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Chris Kunitz dislodges pane of glass with hip check

Much like the Penguins themselves, CONSOL Energy Center is falling apart tonight. Games between the Flyers and Penguins tend to be especially physical, and Wednesday's nationally televised matchup in Pittsburgh has been no exception....Show More Summary

NHL Wednesday: Penguins, Flyers do battle in Pittsburgh

One of the NHL's best rivalries is renewed as the Penguins seek to improve their playoff position. Two days after Alexander Ovechkin scored his 50th goal of the year, Sidney Crosby took back some of the spotlight by hitting a special...Show More Summary

Your NHL Announcing Schedule for 4/1 – 4/5

12 hours agoSports : Awful Announcing

Wednesday April 1 Philadelphia Flyers at Pittsburgh Penguins (NBCSN 8 pm) Mike Emrick, Eddie Olczyk, Pierre McGuire Colorado Avalanche at San Jose Sharks (NBCSN 10:30 pm) Randy Hahn, Jaime Baker Thursday, April 2 Boston Bruins at Detroit...Show More Summary

Penguins' Sidney Crosby Closing in on 300 Career Goals

Pittsburgh Penguins forward Sidney Crosby enters Wednesday's game against the Philadelphia Flyers needing just one more goal to reach 300 for his career, per Sportsnet Stats. Coming off a month in which he found the back of the net five...Show More Summary

Sharks goalie robs Evgeni Malkin at point blank range

That save will go on Alex Stalock's career highlights reel. On the list of worst things an NHL defensive corps can possibly do, leaving Evgeni Malkin all alone in the slot has to be pretty high up there. The Pittsburgh Penguins starShow More Summary

Kris Letang Injury: Updates on Penguins Star's Status and Return

The Pittsburgh Penguins are inching closer to clinching a playoff spot, but the health of star defenseman Kris Letang is going to cause some panic. Continue for updates. Penguins: Letang to Be Evaluated Saturday, March 28 According to...Show More Summary

Frustrations Hurt the Pittsburgh Penguins' Chances of Winning

The Pittsburgh Penguins have a discipline problem. Sunday’s blowout loss to the Detroit Red Wings was accompanied by 12 Penguins penalties, according to NHL.com’s box score. Seven of those penalties were related to unsportsmanlike conduct—two-minute minors, 10-minute misconducts or game misconducts. Show More Summary

NHL schedule 2015: Red Wings face Penguins in search of redemption

Both the Penguins and Wings want to forget what happened on Saturday. The Detroit Red Wings and Pittsburgh Penguins will each get a chance at redemption on national television on Sunday. The kicker is that only one of them will actually achieve it. Detroit visits the Steel City hoping to put their loss on Saturday as far behind them as possible. Show More Summary

Evgeni Malkin Injury: Updates on Penguins Star's Status and Return

Evgeni Malkin has generally been a model of consistency for the Pittsburgh Penguins, missing only a small handful of games and delivering night in and night out. However, he's likely to be sidelined for the time being after getting injured against the Bruins on Saturday. Continue below for updates. Malkin Injured vs. Show More Summary

Sidney Crosby Illness: Updates on Penguins Star's Status and Return

By now, Pittsburgh Penguins fans have come to accept that Sidney Crosby could be taken from them at any moment. He played in a total of 99 games between the 2010-11 and 2012-13 seasons. Those problems reared their ugly head for the 27-year-old...Show More Summary

Overtime loss isn't pointless for Kings, but isn't productive either

3 weeks agoSports / Baseball : Dodgers Now

Playing well was moderate consolation for the Kings on Saturday night after their 1-0 overtime loss to the Pittsburgh Penguins, but they're well aware that getting one point instead of two has put them in a bind as the number of games left in the season dwindles.

NHL Saturday: Stars get Seguin back against Lightning

Nearly a month since his scary knee injury, Tyler Seguin returns to the Stars lineup. Elsewhere, half of the Florida Panthers are battling the flu as the Isles come to town. The Pittsburgh Penguins might have faced an ambivalent team...Show More Summary

NHL schedule 2015: Penguins continue road trip against hungry Kings

L.A. won't bow down to the Penguins so easily. The Pittsburgh Penguins might have faced an ambivalent team on Friday, but their foe on Saturday night will be much more hungry. The Pens were able to easily walk in and out of Anaheim with a win, which is understandable. Show More Summary

Former Ducks defenseman Ben Lovejoy faces emotional return to Anaheim

Ben Lovejoy was as forthcoming as any Ducks player when he was in Anaheim. Upon his return to Honda Center as a Pittsburgh Penguin on Friday, he said one word that seems unbelievable.

5 Burning Questions for Pittsburgh Penguins After the 2015 Trade Deadline

The Pittsburgh Penguins have been one of the NHL's most interesting teams over the last half-decade because of their ability to dominate the regular season and fold like a house of cards once the playoffs roll around. General manager...Show More Summary

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

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