Steve Downie and Patric Hornqvist scored just over a minute apart late in the third period, and the Pittsburgh Penguins avoided an embarrassing collapse with a 6-4 win over Edmonton on Thursday night.
The Penguins announced Gary Roberts will “oversee the philosophy and off-ice training regimen” at the Sports Performance Center at the UPMC Lemieux Sports Complex in Cranberry.
Antti Niemi did his best to make sure a blown third-period lead didn’t lead to another disheartening loss for the San Jose Sharks.
Patric Hornqvist scored twice in the second period, and the Pittsburgh Penguins also got goals from Evgeni Malkin and Blake Comeau in a 5-2 victory over the league-leading Anaheim Ducks on Friday night.
The crystal trophy was nice. So were the watch and the silver hockey stick. Mementos from his 1,000th NHL game that Alex Tanguay will surely cherish.
It is during times like these — around the NHL Trade Deadline — when we are reminded that sports fandom isn’t steeped all that much in reality.
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.
Pittsburgh coach Mike Johnston can tell a couple of shifts into a game what version of Evgeni Malkin the Penguins are going to get on a given night.
Rutherford says he feels no pressure to make any additional deals because of the moves they have already made.
In an article posted today, Pascal Dupuis opens up about dealing with knee surgery and two blood clots.
Sidney Crosby scored his 20th goal of the season, Evgeni Malkin added three assists, and the Pittsburgh Penguins held on to beat the Washington Capitals 4-3 on Wednesday night, averting a sweep of the season series.
There’s no denying that Sidney Crosby is one of the best hockey players in the world.
Two games, nine goals – including a couple by the snakebit power play – and another steady performance by Marc-Andre Fleury provided a reminder: when focused and fed-up, the Penguins remain as potent as ever.
Here are a few reasons why the 1980 men’s hockey team’s victory is still in fact, a miracle.
Even with skilled stars like Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin in the lineup, the Pittsburgh Penguins were in a scoring slump when they arrived in St. Louis.