Jarry Not Throwing Away His Shot

Like Matt Murray before him, Tristan Jarry is getting his break after an injury to the Penguins’ starting netminder. And he’s taking full advantage. For Murray, that chance came in December 2015, after start...

Bruins and Penguins Do Battle In Black Friday Matinee

BOSTON – The Boston Bruins are in quite the predicament. The old adage around the National Hockey League is that the future of a team’s season could very well be determined by Thanksgiving here in the United...

‘Snakebit’ Penguins Looking for Goals

It’s just a one-game stop at home between road trips, but it might be exactly what the Penguins need. The defending Stanley Cup champions return to PPG Paints Arena Tuesday to face the Arizona Coyotes. After...

Ice Chips: Tricks and Treats Around the NHL

It's Halloween. The time of year where friends invite you to parties to show off their topical costumes; kids totally respect the integrity of a "please take two only" sign on the candy bowl; and everyone but m...

Taking It to the Bank

He practices it. Really, he does. https://twitter.com/SI_NHL/status/920465603856666625 When Sidney Crosby threw that backhand shot toward the front of the net, banking it off of goalie Henrik Lundqvist...

Blues Crash Penguins’ Party

The Penguins' 2017 Stanley Cup championship banner begins its ascent to the PPG Paints Arena rafters. There were lights. So many twinkling, multicolored lights, as every one of the 18,652 fans in attendance...

‘First Step Out of the Way’ for Letang

"Finally back in this sweater!!" Letang posted on his Instagram (@kletang_58) after his first preseason game action. The Penguins lost a handful of key players from their back-to-back Stanley Cup runs this ...

Reaves Hopes to Contribute with Evolving Speed, Skills

“Enforcer” isn’t exactly an in-demand job description in today’s NHL. A few years back, the small group of players whose primary skill set involved their ability to intimidate and their heavy fists began to exi...

Photo Gallery: 2017 Stanley Cup Finals, Game 5

After losing two games to the Preds in Nashville, the Penguins came back home with 6-0 shut-out in Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Final.  The Penguins currently lead the series, 4-3 with Game 6 heading back to Nashv...