The Pittsburgh Penguins have reigned as Stanley Cup champions for less than two weeks, but they and the rest of the NHL must set their sights on Friday night's NHL draft from Buffalo, New York. First-pick honors sit with the TorontoShow More Summary
Pittsburgh Penguins forward Evgeni Malkin's name is the subject of trade rumors shortly after the team's Stanley Cup triumph, and another perennial Stanley Cup contender in the Chicago Blackhawks may be in the mix. According to Steve...Show More Summary
Have you had time to breathe yet? The 2015-16 NHL season just concluded, and the 2016-17 is about to begin. No, the Pittsburgh Penguins are not about to start playing just yet, but the 30 NHL teams are all ready to take their first major...Show More Summary
The NHL's focus shifts to the offseason now the Pittsburgh Penguins have been crowned champions after edging the San Jose Sharks in the Stanley Cup Final. The first major stop on the road to the new season is the 2016 NHL draft, starting June 24 in Buffalo, New York. It's a well-rounded class of incoming prospects. Show More Summary
Now that the 2016 NHL season is complete, every club around the league will look to build its roster up through the draft and free agency in an attempt to reach hockey's pinnacle next year. The Pittsburgh Penguins will not lose any key...Show More Summary
Pittsburgh Penguins goalie Marc-Andre Fleury appeared in only two postseason games as the team went on to win the 2016 Stanley Cup, and that has prompted trade speculation. Continue for updates. Flames Interested in Trading for Fleury Thursday,...Show More Summary
Sidney Crosby and the Pittsburgh Penguins made a stop at the US Open to show off the Stanley Cup today. A handful of golfers including Rickie Fowler, Justin Thomas, Kevin Streelman, and Paul Casey got to spend some time with the trophy as they waited for play to resume at Oakmont. Show More Summary
Pittsburgh Penguins center Evgeni Malkin is dealing with an elbow injury, which could require surgery following the Penguins' 2016 Stanley Cup Final victory. Continue for updates. Malkin, Rutherford Comment on Potential Surgery Thursday,...Show More Summary
The Pittsburgh Penguins held their Stanley Cup parade today, but really, all I care about is what Phil Kessel did. Read more...
The Pittsburgh Penguins celebrated their Stanley Cup triumph over the San Jose Sharks with a parade through the city Wednesday. Sidney Crosby, Evgeni Malkin and Co. defeated the Sharks 3-1 in Game 6 to take the series 4-2, capturing the organization's fourth Stanley Cup title. Show More Summary
Think the NHL doesn't have a silly season of its own? With the Pittsburgh Penguins owners of the latest Stanley Cup, the entire league now shifts toward the fast-approaching draft and the free-agency period after, a deadly one-two punch...Show More Summary
Monday night was magical for Pittsburgh Penguins fans who waited seven years to see Sidney Crosby hoist the Stanley Cup over his head for the second time. It was a bit miserable for San Jose Sharks fans who hoped to see Joe ThorntonShow More Summary
With the Pittsburgh Penguins crowned the Stanley Cup winners, the league's attention now turns to the future and the upcoming NHL draft. And that means my attention turns to projecting that draft. Here's a look at my latest mock draft: And...Show More Summary
The Pittsburgh Penguins brought the Stanley Cup back to the city for the fourth time in the franchise's history on Sunday night, defeating the San Jose Sharks 3-1 at the SAP Center. The Sharks took the series to a sixth game after Pittsburgh...Show More Summary
It’s the most wonderful time of the year (note: except for all the other times I say that), made better because for the third time in five years, a team I love has won the Cup, the first two being the Kings; one might suggest my third team, the Calgary Flames, are now due, but Read More...
They didn't win it at home and get a chance to celebrate in front of their own fans, but the Pittsburgh Penguins would not be denied in their quest for the Stanley Cup. They earned it with a 3-1 victory over the San Jose Sharks at the...Show More Summary
The Pittsburgh Penguins’ Stanley Cup triumph is good news for teams built around speed and youth but it might be bad news for coaches who have been entrenched in one place for a while. When things were looking dim for the Penguins around mid-season, General Manager Jim Rutherford changed coaches...
The Pittsburgh Penguins won the National Hockey League’s Stanley Cup, clinching the title by beating the San Jose Sharks 3-1 Sunday night.
The Pittsburgh Penguins won the Stanley Cup Final over the San Jose Sharks in Game 6 on Sunday, and now Sidney Crosby and Company will have the chance to celebrate with their fans. The parade will begin at 11:30 a.m. ET on Wednesday,...Show More Summary
After missing the opportunity to end the 2016 Stanley Cup Final in front of their home fans, the Pittsburgh Penguins beat the San Jose Sharks 3-1 on the road in Game 6 on Sunday to take home the Stanley Cup. Martin Jones turned in an...Show More Summary