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Pittsburgh Penguins Players with Best Chance to Win a League Award in 2014-15

Pittsburgh Penguins captain Sidney Crosby cleaned house at the 2014 NHL Awards in Las Vegas back in June, taking home three of the most coveted awards the league can hand out to a player. Trying to build of another historic year, Crosby...Show More Summary

Ranking the 5 Most Important Players on the Los Angeles Kings Roster

The Los Angeles Kings are different from some NHL teams in that they don't have one or two stars that they rely heavily on. Take the Pittsburgh Penguins or Anaheim Ducks, for example. The Kings' depth is their greatest strength, but a few players still rise to the top of the list in terms of importance and value. Show More Summary

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Celebrates Second Place

Three years ago, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette heralded the findings a study by The Economist Intelligence Unit with the headline “Move Over, Honolulu…” At that time, the home of the Steelers, Pirates and Penguins had statistically bested the land of leis, luaus and Higgins. The IU news is not quite as good this time around. Show More Summary

Predicting the Statistical Leaders for the Pittsburgh Penguins in 2014-15

The Pittsburgh Penguins may be one of the best teams on paper, and skaters ranging from Sidney Crosby to ex-Penguin Matt Niskanen posted some of their best numbers last season. While obviously winning the Stanley Cup is of the utmost...Show More Summary

Ranking the 5 Most Important Players on the Philadelphia Flyers Roster

Every player on an NHL roster is important. And yet, the fact remains some are just truthfully more important than others. Craig Adams is an important piece of the Pittsburgh Penguins, but would anyone argue he's more important thanShow More Summary

Ranking the 5 Most Important Players on the Pittsburgh Penguins' Roster

Blessed with the reigning Hart and Art Ross Trophy winner, a former recipient of those awards and a roster loaded with talent, the Pittsburgh Penguins have several key players. Perhaps more than any other NHL team, they rely on their...Show More Summary

Ranking the Top 5 Offseason Moves in Pittsburgh Penguins History

The NHL offseason can make or break a franchise. It’s a tool that allows coaches, players and members of the front office to take a step back and look at the larger picture to see what needs fixing. The Pittsburgh Penguins seem to be heading in the right direction with Jim Rutherford at the reins. Show More Summary

How the Pittsburgh Penguins Stack Up with Each Division Rival

With less than a month remaining before the start of training camp, the Pittsburgh Penguins will hope to put a tumultuous offseason behind them and look forward to defending their Metropolitan Division title as well as chasing the Stanley...Show More Summary

Will the Pittsburgh Penguins Have a New-Look Top Line in 2014-15?

You'll be hard pressed to find a line that's been rolled out more consistently than Sidney Crosby between Chris Kunitz and Pascal Dupuis over the last few years. Kunitz has been a top-six fixture since the Pittsburgh Penguins acquired...Show More Summary

Ranking the Top 5 Under-the-Radar Prospects for Pittsburgh Penguins

The Pittsburgh Penguins come into the 2014-15 season boasting some very promising talent within their organization. The club is well-known around the league for having one of the top defensive crops in a long time. Brian Dumoulin, Derrick...Show More Summary

Do the Pittsburgh Penguins Have the Best Offensive Blue Line in the NHL?

We haven't seen exactly what new Pittsburgh Penguins head coach Mike Johnston has in store for the team, but we can reasonably assume his style won't dramatically shift in just one summer as he transitions from the WHL to the NHL. As...Show More Summary

Pittsburgh Penguins Prospects with the Most to Prove in 2014

The 2014-15 NHL season is inching closer and closer each day, which means the first minutes of ice time draws nearer for the Pittsburgh Penguins’ prospects. The Pens have a deep array of youthful talent on the blue line and in the crease. Show More Summary

Will Kris Letang Bounce Back to Norris Trophy Form in 2014-15?

Kris Letang had a remarkably tough 2013-14 season. Instead of pushing for an Olympic roster spot with Canada and challenging for the Stanley Cup with the Pittsburgh Penguins, the 27-year-old spent a majority of the campaign dealing with...Show More Summary

Pittsburgh Penguins Position Battles to Watch in 2014

With the first game of the Pittsburgh Penguins’ regular season in a little less than nine weeks, questions surrounding the opening day lineup have already begun to spark. It’s not hard to understand that certain positions are a lock, such as Evgeni Malkin at center on the second line or Christian Ehrhoff ’s slot on the first defensive unit. Show More Summary

Should the Pittsburgh Penguins Pursue Free Agent Paul Bissonnette?

It's been a summer of change for the Pittsburgh Penguins, but new general manager Jim Rutherford doesn't appear to be done shopping just yet. That's not too surprising as Rutherford seems to view the Penguins roster as a work in progress. After...Show More Summary

Ranking the 5 Most Surprising Seasons in Pittsburgh Penguins History

After looking at the title of this article, you probably could say the past five seasons for the Pittsburgh Penguins have been the most surprising. Only one Eastern Conference Final appearance since 2009 is pretty shocking when you consider...Show More Summary

The Sidney Crosby Contract Looks Better and Better for Pittsburgh Penguins

It’s pretty hard to buy low on the best player in the NHL, but the Pittsburgh Penguins came as close as possible to it when they signed Sidney Crosby to a 12-year deal in July 2012. It should be as difficult to describe a deal that will...Show More Summary

The Biggest Question for Each Pittsburgh Penguin Line in 2014

The dog days of the hockey offseason are in full swing, and coaches, writers and fans are beginning to buckle up for another year filled with predictions, hopes and disappointments. The Pittsburgh Penguins had a busy summer trying to avoid the latter. Show More Summary

The Biggest Questions for the Remainder of Pittsburgh Penguins' 2014 Offseason

The 2014 NHL offseason is winding its way down, but there seems to be a few lingering questions remaining for the Pittsburgh Penguins’ front office. Many items on the offseason checklist were addressed this year through free agency, trades and the draft. Show More Summary

5 Reasons Why the Pittsburgh Penguins Will Be Better in 2014-15

With the dust now settled from an eventful draft and free-agency period, it's time to start taking a closer look at the Pittsburgh Penguins to gauge the impact that all of the personnel changes will have. Having made wholesale changes...Show More Summary

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