Sidney Crosby is still arguably the best player in the NHL when he is healthy, and on Monday night not even a blatant hook could keep him from scoring.
The Pittsburgh Penguins have been bad outside their three offensive superstars. They need better depth if they are going to make the postseason.
After firing their head coach, the Penguins have a lot more issues they need to address in order to make the playoffs.
The Pittsburgh Penguins rank towards the bottom of the league in scoring. If they can turn it around, they may become one of the Stanley Cup favorites.
The Pittsburgh Penguins depend heavily on Sidney Crosby.
Stan Fischler is a credible hockey writer in the United States but he suggested the Pittsburgh Penguins should trade Sidney Crosby to the Maple Leafs.
After seven games for the Pittsburgh Penguins, they have six points. They bolstered to their lineup but have yet to click. Firing the head coach is the only immediate answer to fix this mess.
For the Penguins to start living up to their offseason hype, they need their most talked-about newcomer to hold up his end of the bargain.
The Penguins began a new season with plenty of answers on offense. Their biggest problem, naturally, was offense.
GM Jim Rutherford took a lot of heat for bringing back Ben Lovejoy. He and the Pens need to mitigate that PR damage in 2015-16.