Shelly Anderson of the Pittsburgh Post Gazette joins Tab Douglas and Stacy Kauffman to talk about the Penguins and Blue Jackets series, which is tied at 1-1 as the teams head to Columbus for Game 3.
Penguins coach Dan Bylsma joined “The Fan Morning Show” on Tuesday to preview the Penguins/Blue Jackets first round series.
Doc says the Bruins are his favorites in the East and his pick in the West changes everyday.
Don’t mean to sound too harsh here, but close shouldn’t be good enough this season for the Pittsburgh Penguins.
Penguins Head Coach Dan Bylsma met with the media after today’s practice and had updates on two of the teams injured players.
It was about a week ago that Penguins Head Coach Dan Bylsma told the assembled media that he didn’t believe in resting players heading into the playoffs despite his team not having much left to play for. But the message send last night against the Colorado Avalanche suggests something entirely different.
Longtime NHL defenseman and current NHL on TSN analyst Aaron Ward joined The Fan Morning Show on Friday to offer his take on the Penguins and their potential playoff opponents.
Roenick says Pens can overtake Boston and get into Stanley Cup Finals if they take a page from Bruins book.
ROOT Sports’ Penguins analyst Bob Errey joined Starkey and Mueller live in-studio today to talk about the Pens recent play and the issues they’ve been having when it comes to keeping their composure.
Pittsburgh Penguins Head Coach Dan Bylsma said Friday after practice that RW James Neal has been diagnosed with a concussion.
All well and good as the Penguins supplemented their offensive attack with some grit in Goc and versatility in Stempniak at the NHL Trade Deadline on Wednesday. But aren’t we missing the main story here?
Pens defenseman Olli Maatta returned from the Olympics yesterday and returned to the Pens locker room today as the full team is scheduled to practice on Wednesday.
Pens Head Dan Bylsma met with the Pittsburgh media for the first time since the Olympics and had some unpleasant news to share on the injury front. Our own Jim Colony was there tweeting out the news as it broke.
Injuries and illness have plagued many teams in the Olympics this year and for the most part the Penguins players taking part have avoided both until today.
After being sidelined since the pre-season with blood clots, Penguins’ goaltender Tomas Vokoun has officially been cleared for action and says it’s only a matter of conditioning before he’s ready to get back on the ice for a game.