Former Penguins goaltender Tomas Vokoun was back on the ice today to take part in a special contest with the Florida Panthers.
Rutherford says he feels no pressure to make any additional deals because of the moves they have already made.
There have been rumors swirling of the Pittsburgh Penguins interest in possibly trading for New Jersey Devils winger Jaromir Jagr, but those hopes have been dashed as the Devils traded the future Hall of Fame to the Florida Panthers.
Trade speculation has surrounded Jaromir Jagr since he returned to the NHL in 2011 and that hasn’t changed this season.
The Pittsburgh Penguins are believed to be in the market for some additional pieces to bulk up for a Stanley Cup run. So, who might they be looking at?
Nick Cotsonika of Yahoo Sports talked about the Pens with Bob Pompeani.
Adam Proteau of The Hockey News joined Bob Pompeani to talk about the Pens and the NHL.
Johnston won’t say whether he thought Bortuzzo’s hit was clean or not. He will the process play out but he does like the way he is playing right now.
Following hit hit on Jaromir Jagr, Penguins Defenseman Robert Bortuzzo will be facing a disciplinary hearing with the NHL Department of Player Safety.
Former Penguins head coach Kevin Constantine joined “The Fan Morning Show” to talk about the Penguins’ current situation, which has some parallels to where the team found itself during his tenure.
The Olympic hockey tournament has been the highlight of the Games thus far and the best may be yet to come.
The Penguins host the New Jersey Devils Friday at CONSOL Energy Center.
Jaromir Jagr scored two goals and Martin Brodeur made 27 saves to lead the New Jersey Devils to a 4-1 win over the Pittsburgh Penguins on Saturday night.
Controversial Bruins Analyst Jack Edwards has often been critical of the Penguins for their play, but when it came to predicting the Eastern Conference Finals, admits he is surprised how things have turned out as the Bruins currently sit comfortable with a 3-0 series lead.
The Boston Bruins are coming to town. But forget that. Here’s the important part – Jaromir Jagr is coming to town.