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.
The Pens' unconventional approach to fixing the second line is working so far. Is Sergei Plotnikov sustainable on Geno's wing?
Another ex-Penguin is back on Pittsburgh's blue line, and Gonchar's homecoming could go better than Scuderi's.
The Pens haven't been drafting well (when they've drafted at all), and Daniel Sprong be the one to break that mold.
The Pittsburgh Penguins have had many successful players on their roster over the past 25 years. They have won two Stanley Cups and should be considered favorites this year, as well.
The Pittsburgh Penguins will be contenders for the Stanley Cup this season. As good as this summer was for the Penguins, there are still questions looking for answers.
The Penguins focused too much on making the offense better, while completely ignoring the glaring hole they have on defense.
Longtime agitator Steve Downie led the NHL in penalty minutes in his only season in Pittsburgh, but was that enough to make my list?
The Pens continued adding to their forward depth on Thursday. Find out if another former Nashville Predators player could bolster their defensive depth as well.