Pittsburgh Penguins Should Move Kris Letang To The Wing

Kris Letang

During the offseason, the Pittsburgh Penguins had a huge decision to make on defenseman Kris Letang. In the long run, GM Ray Shero signed the 26-year old to an eight-year, $58 million contract. Here is the interesting part: it was […]

Pittsburgh Penguins’ Brian Gibbons Starting to Resemble Marty Straka

Brian Gibbons

Over the last few months, the Pittsburgh Penguins have been calling up rookie after rookie. We have seen our share of promising forwards, gritty fourth-liners and solid blue-liners. Of all of the young talent that has been summoned to this […]

Pascal Dupuis’ ACL Surgery Compounds Pittsburgh Penguins’ Injury Woes

Pascal Dupuis

Things are not getting any sunnier for the Pittsburgh Penguins as the team reported Friday that forward Pascal Dupuis will need ACL surgery after his collision with linemate Sidney Crosby Monday night, possibly ruling him out for the remainder of the season. Crosby was […]

Sidney Crosby’s Season of Giving Continues for Pittsburgh Penguins

Sidney Crosby

Allow us to take an in-depth look at the Pittsburgh Penguins over the past week and analyze how this team has won seven in a row and 12 of their last 13 games. Despite all of the injuries that surround […]

Brandon Sutter Gaining Confidence at Right Time for Pittsburgh Penguins

Brandon Sutter

Brandon Sutter has been having a roller coaster season so far for the Pittsburgh Penguins. When the team traded Jordan Staal to the Carolina Hurricanes in exchange for Sutter, they were not expecting a guy who would score 29 goals […]

Pittsburgh Penguins Coach Dan Bylsma is Officially Off the Hot Seat — For Now

Dan Bylsma

Who would have thought that the Pittsburgh Penguins would be playing at this level? Sure they have been at the top of the weak Metropolitan Division for pretty much the entire season, but the fact that they are the No. […]

Shawn Thornton Takes Out Brooks Orpik with Classless Hit

Brooks Orpik

The bitterness that has built up between the Pittsburgh Penguins and Boston Bruins has reached an all-time high. Pittsburgh defenseman Brooks Orpik was carried off the ice on a stretcher Saturday night in the first period after being attacked by Shawn […]

20 Questions Around the NHL, December 2013 Edition — Part 2

Dustin Brown

Who would be the scarier team to face in the playoffs — the St. Louis Blues or the Phoenix Coyotes? Both teams have scoring, solid goaltending and very good powerplay units. I really like the Coyotes and Shane Doan is […]

20 Questions Around the NHL, December 2013 Edition — Part 1

Thomas Vanek

Are the Montreal Canadiens for real? Eight wins out of their last 10, and they are giving the Boston Bruins fits in the Atlantic Division. That one will be fun to watch come late March. With that said, who will […]

More Injuries Force Pittsburgh Penguins to Utilize Role Players

Jayson Megna

It is no wonder why the Pittsburgh Penguins have retained their label as one of the best teams in the NHL. Facing enormous adversities throughout the season has forced the team to rely on their minor league system more than […]

Pittsburgh Penguins Using Four Lines Efficiently

Joe Vitale

Many people will tell you straight up that the Boston Bruins have the best depth in the NHL from their top line all the way down to their fourth line. The San Jose Sharks are without a doubt in that discussion […]

Jeff Zatkoff’s Progress Coming Up Big for Pittsburgh Penguins

Jeff Zatkoff

On Nov. 27, the Pittsburgh Penguins had one of their worst starts in a game when they found themselves down 3-1 after the Toronto Maple Leafs scored their third goal just 13 seconds into the second period. Marc-Andre Fleury was […]