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Pittsburgh Penguins Who Must Prove Themselves Early in 2014-15 Season

Having put behind them the disappointment of last season's abrupt end at the hands of the New York Rangers, a front-office shakeup and a coaching change, the Pittsburgh Penguins can now look ahead to the promise of a new season. While...Show More Summary

Pittsburgh Penguins' Most Improved Players for 2014

The NHL offseason is a time when players, coaches and even writers get the chance to improve their skills before the next year of hockey action gets underway. The 2014-15 season will be a step forward for some players, but those whoShow More Summary

Comparing the Pittsburgh Penguins' 2014-15 Roster to the 2009 Stanley Cup Squad

The Pittsburgh Penguins are now five years removed from their last Stanley Cup championship. That would be good news for franchises like the Toronto Maple Leafs or St. Louis Blues, organizations that have gone the better part of 40 years...Show More Summary

5 Biggest Questions Remaining for the Pittsburgh Penguins

With the NHL draft and free agency both passed, there doesn't figure to be a lot of news or speculation coming out of NHL organizations. For the Pittsburgh Penguins, however, the tumultuous offseason that began the day after they left...Show More Summary

Predicting Los Angeles Kings' Best Player at Each Position in 5 Years

It's already been two years since the Los Angeles Kings won their first Stanley Cup and five years since the Pittsburgh Penguins and Detroit Red Wings battled for a championship for a second consecutive year. The next few years in the...Show More Summary

Predicting Pittsburgh Penguins' Best Player at Each Position in 5 Years

Five years ago, the city of Pittsburgh succumbed to the spectacular feeling that came with winning the Stanley Cup. The Penguins were littered with talent during that summer of 2009 championship run, which had everyone believing a dynasty...Show More Summary

Is 2014-15 A Make-or-Break Season for Pittsburgh Penguins' Marc-Andre Fleury?

Wondering about Marc-Andre Fleury 's future in Pittsburgh has become something of a summer ritual for fans of the Penguins. Since winning the Stanley Cup in 2009, Fleury has received a tremendous amount of flack for his postseason play—whether...Show More Summary

Power Ranking Pittsburgh Penguins' Top 6 Forwards for 2014

The Pittsburgh Penguins’ fresh new look on and off the ice for the 2014-15 season will hopefully halt the criticism surrounding the club and return them to Stanley Cup form. It was certain the forward lines weren’t as finely polished as they were in 2009 when the team won its first championship since 1992. Show More Summary

Biggest Takeaways from Pittsburgh Penguins' 2014 Development Camp

Prospect development is at an all-time premium for the Pittsburgh Penguins as an organization. The team struggled to draft effective players when Ray Shero was running the show and only made five selections at the 2014 entry draft. The...Show More Summary

Has Jim Rutherford Done Enough to Improve the Pittsburgh Penguins?

Despite yet another strong year in the standings—the team’s fifth consecutive 100-point campaign, if we prorate the shortened 2012-13 season—the ownership of the Pittsburgh Penguins entered the summer in a mood for big changes. General manager Ray Shero was fired in mid-May; head coach Dan Bylsma followed him out the door a few weeks later. Show More Summary

Best- and Worst-Case Scenarios for Pittsburgh Penguins' 2014 Draft Picks

The Pittsburgh Penguins only had five draft picks in the 2014 NHL entry draft. A number of the team's selections had been moved out under the Ray Shero regime, so Jim Rutherford had to do the best he could with what he had. After taking...Show More Summary

What Should Pittsburgh Penguins Fans Expect from Mike Johnston's Offense?

Forget about how new general manager Jim Rutherford missed out on his top choice to take over the Pittsburgh Penguins this summer. That's irrelevant to how Mike Johnston is going to come in and run this team. Despite the seemingly long...Show More Summary

How Each Offseason Addition and Departure Will Affect Pittsburgh Penguins

The Pittsburgh Penguins are known around the hockey world for having one of the most talented cores ever seen in the game of hockey. However, the past few seasons have ended in a disappointing fashion, which has the front office scrambling...Show More Summary

Should the Pittsburgh Penguins Still Explore Trades Involving Kris Letang?

When the 2013-14 season ended for the Pittsburgh Penguins, it was evident that changes were coming. Pushing the eventual Eastern Conference champions to a Game 7 wasn't enough to save the jobs of Dan Bylsma or Ray Shero, and ownership...Show More Summary

Where Pittsburgh Penguins Can Still Turn for Help in 2014 Offseason

With this year’s major offseason tasks finally complete, it’s time to answer one important question: What’s next? The biggest concern for teams now, especially the Pittsburgh Penguins, is to sign their restricted free agents to new contracts,...Show More Summary

Will 1st-Round Pick Kasperi Kapanen Debut for Pittsburgh Penguins in 2014-15?

Ray Shero is no longer the general manager of the Pittsburgh Penguins because of his inability to draft quality players frequently enough to support a front-loaded team structure. When you have all-world competitors like Sidney Crosby...Show More Summary

An Early Look at the 2014-15 Pittsburgh Penguins

While it may seem like an eternity since the Pittsburgh Penguins left the ice at the Consol Energy Center having blown a 3-1 series lead to the New York Rangers, in reality it's been less than two months. Given all of the changes that...Show More Summary

Grades for Pittsburgh Penguins' Free-Agency Signings so Far

The Pittsburgh Penguins solidified their 2014-15 lineup almost completely under the radar in the first week of free agency. General manager Jim Rutherford and his staff did a marvelous job of finding the right supporting cast for Sidney...Show More Summary

Why Jim Rutherford Has the Pittsburgh Penguins Moving in the Right Direction

Jim Rutherford wasn't a popular figure when the Pittsburgh Penguins tabbed him as the organization's new general manager back in June. It didn't take long for pundits from around the league to spread the hate. Within 24 hours of theShow More Summary

Wrist Surgery for NHL MVP Sidney Crosby

The surgeon's knife awaits Penguins captain Sidney Crosby, reports the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. An injury to the lefty-shooting Crosby's right wrist allegedly impaired his play--stellar, nevertheless--for parts of this season, particularly during the playoffs. Show More Summary

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