Just when the Penguins were the healthiest they’ve been in quite a long time, two more players were injured this weekend.
Former Penguins goaltender Tomas Vokoun was back on the ice today to take part in a special contest with the Florida Panthers.
According to the Penguins, the Penguins have traded Robert Bortuzzo and a 2016 seventh round draft pick to the St. Louis Blues in exchange for Cole.
In an article posted today, Pascal Dupuis opens up about dealing with knee surgery and two blood clots.
Don’t blame Alex Ovechkin. Instead, look at the Penguins’ reaction to a missed call as the reason for last night’s 3-1 loss.
The Pittsburgh Penguins got back in the win column Tuesday night, but made a trade shortly after the game ended.
Zac Rinaldo made a bad situation worse Tuesday night and the NHL better come down hard on him.
It’s been quite a year for the Pittsburgh Penguins. From the long-awaited return of “Pittsburgh Gold” to a gut-wrenching playoff collapse, we’ve seen a lot of ups and downs in 2014.
The Penguins are in Florida to take on the Panthers tonight, but three players have been sent home early to be tested for the mumps.
Marc-Andre Fleury has tested negative for the mumps, but his goaltending counterpart is now being tested.
Three more Pittsburgh Penguins are being tested for the mumps.
A day after it was confirmed that Sidney Crosby has the mumps, another Penguins player is showing symptoms.
Pittsburgh Penguins’ captain Sidney Crosby reportedly has the mumps.
The Pittsburgh Penguins will be without Pascal Dupuis for six months because of a blood clot in his lung.
The family is who Colin Dunlap couldn’t stop thinking about on Wednesday afternoon when a hurriedly-called media gathering was assembled for the man of that house — Penguins winger Pascal Dupuis — to announce he had a blood clot in his lung.