In one of the most surprising moves of the summer, Kris Letang has cut his hair.
According to a report, NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman made a salary of $8.8 million during the locked out season of 2012-2013.
The Pittsburgh Penguins have avoided arbitration and agreed to a two-year deal with forward Nick Spaling Thursday morning.
Despite the dance with the raindrops, loyal Steelers fans sought the best spots they could for autographs they hoped would come.
PITTSBURGH (93-7 THE FAN) – Player Development Coach Mark Recchi joined “The Cook and Poni Show” to talk about his new role with the Penguins and what it is like to be back in Pittsburgh. […]
The Pittsburgh Penguins have hired seven-time All-Star Mark Recchi as the franchise’s player development coach.
While it may be the middle of summer, hockey is being played at CONSOL Energy Center this week.
Steelers Insider Ed Bouchette says the Steelers should be better in 2014, but still have some unanswered questions.
It now appears Pittsburgh Penguins captain Sidney Crosby will not require surgery for his injured wrist.
The Pittsburgh Penguins hired an assistant coach and re-signed one of their young players Thursday.
Despite numerous denials, it appears Sidney Crosby was indeed battling an injury during the Stanley Cup Playoffs.
Washington Capitals defenseman, and former Penguin, Brooks Orpik joined Bob Pompeani Saturday to look back on his time with the Pens.
He says the choice to come to Pittsburgh was an easy one for him because of the chance to win a Stanley Cup and play next to some great players.
94 WIP’s Glen Macnow has been talking Philadelphia sports for a long time. He joined Colin Dunlap, Josh Miller, and Jim Colony on “The Fan Morning Show” Thursday to talk about a couple items of interest to both Philadelphia and Pittsburgh.
After coming to the Pittsburgh Penguins at the trade deadline last year from the Florida Panthers, there wasn’t a whole lot known about what the future might hold for Marcel Goc with his new team, but on the opening day of free agency he signed a one-year $1.2 million deal with the Pens.
Pens Advance To 2nd Round With Close Win Over Jackets
Photos from Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Playoffs’ Eastern Conference Quarterfinals between the Pittsburgh Penguins and Columbus Blue Jackets at CONSOL Energy Center on April 17, 2014.
The Pens lost to the St. Louis Blues 1-0 at Consol Energy Center Sunday.
NHL players have been competing in the Olympics since 1998. Here’s a look at some of the current and former Pittsburgh Penguins players who have represented their country at the Olympics.
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