The Pittsburgh Penguins are up for sale and reportedly have a massive asking price for prospective buyers. Continue for updates. Report: Penguins Owners Want $750 Million to Sell Team Wednesday, September 2 TSN's Rick Westhead reports...Show More Summary
The Pittsburgh Penguins front office staffers have their own ball hockey team. They call themselves Team Iceland (an obvious reference to the hockey classic D2: The Mighty Ducks), they have a sweet Nordic-themed logo, and they have a sweet Twitter account. Of course, they should have a sweet logo and Twitter account, seeing as how […]
What good is working for the Pittsburgh Penguins if you can’t borrow some star power for your rec hockey league every now and then? (...)
After signing forward Eric Fehr, the Pittsburgh Penguins continued to reshape their roster Tuesday by trading forward Brandon Sutter and a conditional 2016 third-round pick to the Vancouver Canucks in exchange for forward Nick Bonino,...Show More Summary
Picking every NHL team's leading scorer seems like a relatively easy task. Rookies rarely come out on top, and aside from the Dallas Stars, Pittsburgh Penguins, Anaheim Ducks and Washington Capitals, few teams have multiple players with...Show More Summary
The Pittsburgh Penguins have chosen of their 2015-16 Ice Crew. It’s the largest squad ever with 24 members. Check out the video for more on the selection process.
The nearby real estate project should not be included as part of the team's value.
Last month, Penguins owners Mario Lemieux and Ron Burkle announced they had hired Morgan Stanley to explore a sale of the team. This week, according to the Pittsburgh Business Times, the first of the bids is expected to come in. Read more...
The possibility of the Pittsburgh Penguins franchise being sold by owners Mario Lemieux and Ron Burkle hasn't been in the news long, but with an offer looming, the Pens could change hands in the near future. Continue for updates. Anonymous...Show More Summary
The Pittsburgh Penguins want to win, and they want to win now. That much became abundantly clear last week when the team agreed to give up valuable prospects and draft picks to bring in Phil Kessel, the supremely talented winger who's spent the last six seasons with the Toronto Maple Leafs. Phil [...]
While July 1 brought with it the beginning of free-agency drama in the NHL, some of the biggest moves were made on the trading block. The Phil Kessel saga in Toronto is complete, as the forward was traded to the Pittsburgh Penguins in...Show More Summary
One of the biggest moves on the first day of the NHL's annual free-agent frenzy was not a signing but a trade. When the Pittsburgh Penguins announced Wednesday that they had acquired Phil Kessel from the Toronto Maple Leafs, they did a lot of things. Show More Summary
The Toronto Maple Leafs made a long-expected trade on Wednesday, shipping Phil Kessel to the Pittsburgh Penguins in a massive, multiplayer deal. The return for Toronto was disappointing in some ways, but not terribly surprising. Here’s...Show More Summary
In a strong response to a rule change for the 2015-16 NHL season, the Pittsburgh Penguins on Wednesday put themselves in a position to dominate the league during the new 3-on-3 overtime sessions. That’s easily the best thing about the...Show More Summary
Since the NHL draft, Phil Kessel's name has been floated around as a possible trade target for teams around the NHL. On Wednesday, those rumors finally came to fruition, as Kessel was dealt to the Pittsburgh Penguins. According to Nick...Show More Summary
With NHL free agency an hour old, the biggest move is a trade: the Pittsburgh Penguins have acquired Phil Kessel from the Maple Leafs for...well, from the Leafs’ point of view, it’s not really about what they got in exchange. But let’s see anyway: Read more...
The Pittsburgh Penguins disappointed in 2014-2015 after a first-round exit at the hands of the New York Rangers. With so much high-end talent like Evgeni Malkin and Sidney Crosby on the roster, expectations are surely high heading into...Show More Summary
Evgeni Malkin has had a decorated career with the Pittsburgh Penguins, including two scoring titles, a Stanley Cup and winning the Calder Trophy in 2007. Sportsnet's Elliotte Friedman appeared on Sportsnet 960 on June 5 (via the Score) and discussed rumors of Malkin's unhappiness in Pittsburgh. Show More Summary
The Pittsburgh Penguins have continually fizzled out of the playoffs since winning a Stanley Cup in 2009, and the team is in a bit of a rut. The roster isn't particularly strong, as evidenced by the team's decline this past season, and...Show More Summary
Having endured a tumultuous offseason last year, which included the firing of their general manager and head coach, as well as a major roster shakeup, the Pittsburgh Penguins seemed set for a relatively quite summer. However, after suffering...Show More Summary