Penguins Look to Sprong for Offensive Spark

After laying another egg Friday night in Raleigh, the Penguins are turning to a spring chicken with the recall of Daniel Sprong. Friday marked the second time in as many pairs of games that Pittsburgh follow...

Desperation Gets Results as Penguins Tie ECF

The Pittsburgh Penguins were disappointed with their effort Wednesday in Game 3 and promised a better performance in Game 4. They brought it, with an aggressive forecheck, penalty kill and willingness to put...

Penguins Down Letang, But Not Out

The calvary isn’t coming. But if you’re writing off the Pittsburgh Penguins’ chance of defending their Stanley Cup without their most important defenseman, they plan to do their best to prove you wrong. “We’...

Crosby Reaches 1K Milestone in Costly Game

It hardly stood out as a marquee matchup on the schedule, other than the first Pittsburgh appearance of one of the NHL’s most exciting rookies. But, when Patrik Laine and the Winnipeg Jets came to town on an or...

Schultz Steps Up to Lead Penguins’ Decimated D

The Penguins’ decimated blueline has created an opportunity, and Justin Schultz is running with it. He’s likely also pricing himself right out of a Penguins’ jersey next year – but, for now, they’ll take wha...

Photo Gallery: Penguins vs Flyers (10/29/2016)

The visiting Pittsburgh Penguins defeated the Philadelphia Flyers by a score of 5-4 during regulation. Three Star Selections: 1st Evgeni Malkin (#71 PIT) 2nd Jakub Voracek (#93 PHI) 3rd Sidney Crosby ...

Six Games In, Penguins Looking for Consistency

The Penguins have been one of the NHL’s top teams in man-games lost to injury over the past several seasons. Even for Pittsburgh, though, losing key players like goaltender Matt Murray (hand) and captain Sidney...

‘A Storybook Ending’ for the 2015-16 Penguins

Phil Kessel was traded to Pittsburgh last July by a Toronto Maple Leafs organization that didn’t consider him a winner. Trevor Daley wasn’t seeing the ice in Chicago when the Blackhawks sent him to Pittsburg...

Bruins (Indirectly) Leaving Their Mark On Cup Finals

In two short weeks, the National Hockey League will officially wrap up the 2015-16 season. Before that summer hiatus happens, the pinnacle of the treacherous grind through training camp, preseason scrimmages, 8...