The Pittsburgh Penguins' offseason is only a week old, but fans are already looking forward to the team returning to the ice for the 2012-13 campaign. When the Pens return next season, they will have a chance to redeem themselves after their second straight first-round playoff exit. There is no reason why they should not once again be playoff contenders. So, what can Penguins fans and team personnel look forward to as the summer months crawl by? Here are a few reasons to look forward to the calendar turning to October.
Pittsburgh Penguins forward Craig Adams expected to return for training camp –NHL offseason Update Pittsburgh Penguins left winger, Craig Adams, who underwent laparoscopic appendectomy surgery this past week, is expected to return t... Read Post
Sidney Crosby returned to the ice Friday night as the New York Islanders rallied to beat the Pittsburgh Penguins 4-3 to even the series at one. Crosby returned to his old self, scoring two quick goals to give the Penguins the lead b... Read Post