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Grading Pittsburgh Penguins' Deals at the 2015 Trade Deadline

The Pittsburgh Penguins were one of the Eastern Conference's most active teams at the trade deadline, and they got things started early by acquiring Daniel Winnik on February 25. On deadline day, the Penguins made a number of deals,Show More Summary

How the entire Pittsburgh Penguins hockey team ended up at a random German restaurant last night

Hey isn’t that… almost the entire Pittsburgh Penguins hockey team having a guys night out at Cafe Mozart on Tuesday night? A few days ago, the German deli/bar/restaurant got a call from Penguins player Christian Ehrhoff, who was on his way to town for a match up against the Washington Capitals tonight. Born and raised in Germany, Ehrhoff, who […]

Ranking the Players the Pittsburgh Penguins Should Covet at Trade Deadline

The Pittsburgh Penguins have stumbled as of late in the Metropolitan Division, and they could stand to make some upgrades at the trade deadline. The 2014-15 Penguins lack depth and defense, and they are relying too much on top starsShow More Summary

On Thin Ice: 5 Signs Pointing to a Short Playoff Run for the Pittsburgh Penguins

Despite impressive wins in their last two games, the Pittsburgh Penguins find themselves in the unfamiliar position of looking up at the Metropolitan Division leaders instead of looking down at the rest of the division. After a strong...Show More Summary

Pittsburgh Penguins' Biggest Needs and Best Trade Fits at the Deadline

The Pittsburgh Penguins made a big move earlier this season to acquire David Perron, and acquiring him helped solidify the top line. However, there are still areas in which the Penguins could stand to improve in order to compete within...Show More Summary

This Patrick Kane Shootout Goal Is Just Filthy (Video)

Patrick Kane has some of the best hands in the NHL.  I’m sure Pittsburgh Penguins goalie Marc-Ander Fleury would agree with that statement after being victimized by this dirty Patrick Kane shootout goal during Sunday’s matinee matchup between the Pens and the Blackhawks at the United Center in Chicago. Check it out: Fleury entered the […]

Patrick Kane Scores Ridiculous Shootout Goal vs. Pittsburgh

We know that Chicago Blackhawks wing Patrick Kane is incredibly talented, as he's won two championships with the franchise. But this shootout goal in Chicago's 2-1 win over the Pittsburgh Penguins on Sunday is just not fair. Kane seemingly...Show More Summary

Blackhawks top Penguins 2-1 in shootout

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The Chicago Blackhawks continued their eight-game homestand when they faced the Pittsburgh Penguins on Sunday afternoon at the United Center.

Penguins Defenseman Kris Letang Shouldn't Get Norris Consideration

Pittsburgh Penguins defenseman Kris Letang has been the subject of a debate from the beginning of his career. As one of the better offensive rearguards in the league, Letang has made a name for himself on an international scale. However,...Show More Summary

Ranking the 5 Worst Trades in Pittsburgh Penguins History

Legendary baseball executive Bill Veeck once said, "The best trades are the ones you don't make." While that advice was directed to the baseball establishment, it's also good advice for the hockey world as well. As with any franchise,...Show More Summary

Your NHL Announcing Schedule for 2/11 – 2/15

Wednesday, February 11 Detroit Red Wings at Pittsburgh Penguins (NBCSN 8 pm) Mike Emrick, Eddie Olyczyk, Pierre McGuire Washington Capitals at San Jose Sharks (NBCSN 10:30 pm) Randy Hahn, Jamie Baker Thursday, February 12 St. Louis Blues...Show More Summary

Penguins Fall to Canucks: Worrying Trends from Pittsburgh's Loss

For the Pittsburgh Penguins, losing by a score of 5-0 is unfamiliar territory. The Metropolitan Division leaders have been poised for home-ice advantage in the upcoming Stanley Cup playoffs, but Saturday's blowout at the hands of the...Show More Summary

Penguins goalie commits bad turnover behind own net, gives up goal

Stay in your net, Thomas. Pittsburgh Penguins netminder Thomas Greiss thought he had things under control behind his own net. He had already given up three goals midway through the game. But there's no way he could mess up handling the puck behind the net. Just gather the puck, shoot it up the boards and move on. Or... That turned awry quickly.

5 Pittsburgh Penguins Storylines That Won't Go Away in 2014-15

Like every recent season, the Pittsburgh Penguins have been one of the more premier clubs in the NHL. Led by captain Sidney Crosby, the team always finishes in the top of the league standings with bright playoff hopes dangling in front of it by season’s end. And like every other team in the league, the Penguins have their fair share of ups and downs. Show More Summary

5 Pittsburgh Penguins' Storylines That Won't Go Away During 2014

Like every recent season, the Pittsburgh Penguins have been one of the more premier clubs in the NHL. Led by captain Sidney Crosby, the team always finishes in the top of the league standings with bright playoff hopes dangling in front...Show More Summary

Top 5 Potential Trade Targets for the Pittsburgh Penguins

Having already completed three trades this season, some might think that Pittsburgh Penguins general manager Jim Rutherford is done tinkering with his roster. However, with his franchise players in their late 20s, and with the Pens coming...Show More Summary

Devils fall to Penguins, 2-1, in overtime

Simon Despres scored 2:21 into overtime and the Pittsburgh Penguins rallied late and beat the New Jersey Devils 2-1 on Friday night.

Top 5 Second-Half Storylines for the Pittsburgh Penguins

For the first time in a long time, the Pittsburgh Penguins find themselves looking up at a rival in the standings instead of looking down on the rest of their division. Having tallied their lowest point total in any season since their...Show More Summary

NHL Trades: Why Maxim Lapierre Won't Help the Pittsburgh Penguins

The Pittsburgh Penguins made some noise on the trade front on Tuesday, as they dealt Marcel Goc to the St. Louis Blues in exchange for Maxim Lapierre. However, with the Penguins looking to solve depth issues, this signing may not beShow More Summary

Check Out This ‘Sindey Crosby’ Penguins Program (Pic)

Sidney Crosby is arguably the best hockey player in the world right now, the best hockey player of the past decade, and the best player to wear a Pittsburgh Penguins jersey since the marvelous Mario Lemieux.  So you’d think the franchise he’s spent his entire 10-year NHL career with would at least know his name by now… […]

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