The playoffs have arrived. It’s that special time of year, where the world seems to stop when the puck is dropped.
The regular season for the Pittsburgh Penguins has come to a close. Now, it’s time for playoff hockey.
There are a couple of red flags with the Penguins as they prepare for their final 10 games of the regular season.
The Pittsburgh Penguins have dealt with injuries all season. Now, they’ll be without one of their biggest stars for a couple of weeks.
The Pittsburgh Penguins welcomed back four players to practice on Monday, including Kris Letang.
The Penguins were swept by the Flyers in a home-and-home series this weekend, but help could be on the way.
The Philadelphia Flyers dominated the Penguins on Saturday and carried that momentum into Sunday’s game at CONSOL Energy Center.
Today is the trade deadline in the NHL and the Pittsburgh Penguins did not make the big splash that had been rumored for a few days.
The Pittsburgh Penguins will be looking to snap a three-game losing streak when they hit the road to take on the Nashville Predators tonight.
The Pittsburgh Penguins and Chicago Blackhawks met under the lights of Soldier Field on a snowy Saturday night in Chicago. While the snow made for great television, it made for a horrendous hockey game.
The Pittsburgh Penguins will be without the services of Pascal Dupuis for the next six to eight months after undergoing knee surgery.
Kris Letang is continuing to recover from a stroke he suffered in January.
Several Penguins players who represented their countries in Sochi returned to the ice for practice today. However, their Olympic experiences are still fresh in their minds.
The Pittsburgh Penguins are back on the ice following the Olympic break and a certain goaltender showed off a new look today.
The Olympic hockey tournament has sadly come to a close. Once again, Canada sits atop the hockey world after a rather dominating performance throughout the tournament.