Why the Pittsburgh Penguins Must Assign Backup Goaltending Duties to Tomas Vokoun
Tomas Vokoun might still have a little left in the tank. The 37-year-old goaltender, who has been out since September with a career-threatening pelvic blood clot, returned to practice on Wednesday and announced that he has been cleared to return […]
Pittsburgh Penguins Must Trade Simon Despres for a Rental Forward
Earlier in the week, the Pittsburgh Penguins recalled forward Brian Gibbons and defenseman Simon Despres from Wilkes-Barre/Scranton, the Pens’ AHL affiliate. Gibbons will attempt to fill the scoring void left by the absence of Pascal Dupuis and Beau Bennett, but […]
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Pittsburgh Penguins Defenseman Kris Letang Suffers Stroke
After missing the Pittsburgh Penguins‘ last four games with an injury that had caused serious nausea and dizziness, hockey fans around the world have been worrying heavily about the health of Kris Letang. With the announcement from the Penguins on […]
Pittsburgh Penguins’ Marc-Andre Fleury Continues To Reassert Dominance In Regular Season
There have been many things said about Marc-Andre Fleury‘s performance in the Stanley Cup playoffs, but his dominance in the regular season is still as evident as ever. He was the best player on the ice when the Buffalo Sabres […]
Tomas Vokoun’s Return Imminent For Pittsburgh Penguins?
News of some significance came out of the Pittsburgh Penguins‘ practice before the team jettisoned for Los Angeles: Tomas Vokoun, the backup goaltender who has been battling a blood clot in his hip since before training camp, was not only back […]
Pittsburgh Penguins’ Penalty Kill Back on Track
The Pittsburgh Penguins (37-14-2) hosted the Buffalo Sabres (14-30-7) on Monday night at the Consol Energy Center in Pittsburgh for the second of three meetings scheduled between the clubs during the 2013-14 season. The Penguins would go on to defeat […]
Pittsburgh Penguins Look Dominant, But Haven’t We Seen This Before?
As the Pittsburgh Penguins completed a sweep of back-to-back games against the Montreal Canadiens and the New York Islanders last night, it looks as if the 5-1 loss to the Florida Panthers Monday night was merely a blip on the […]
Will the Pittsburgh Penguins Struggle After a Long Olympic Break?
In the game of hockey, momentum is such a huge factor. When a team has it, all they want to do is keep playing and not stop. When a team is firing on all cylinders, every shot seems to go […]
Pittsburgh Penguins Should Move Kris Letang To The Wing
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 […]