The Pittsburgh Penguins were very busy on the first day of the NHL Free Agency Period, but it was not a free agent that was making the biggest headlines.
TSN hockey insider Darren Dreger joined “The Fan Morning Show” on Monday to discuss the Penguins’ offseason, which got underway with a fairly uneventful draft weekend.
With the NHL Draft looming at the end of the month, Pittsburgh Penguins General Manager Jim Rutherford and his staff have been going over their agenda for the off-season.
The Penguins’ General Manager, coach and star players Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin are all staying, despite the team’s disappointing elimination from playoffs.
The only true constant in life is change. Situations evolve; the world keeps spinning and progressing every day.
Evgeni Malkin and Patric Hornqvist will be game-time decisions when the Penguins host the Arizona Coyotes Saturday at 1 p.m.
Out since November due to blood clots, the Pittsburgh Penguins have announced forward Pascal Dupuis will miss the remainder of the season and the playoffs.
Rutherford says he feels no pressure to make any additional deals because of the moves they have already made.
The Pittsburgh Penguins have acquired forward Daniel Winnik in a trade with the Toronto Maple Leafs.
TSN Hockey Insider Darren Dreger joined Bob Pompeani Saturday morning to talk about the Pens and the upcoming trade deadline.
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?
The Pittsburgh Penguins announced they have acquired forward Rob Klinkhammer and a conditional 2016 draft pick from the Arizona Coyotes in exchange for Philip Samuelsson.
The first year for Jim Rutherford as the Penguins General Manager has seen many ups and downs with injuries and serious health scares. While being aware of what’s happening to his players now, Rutherford is keeping his eye on the future and what his team still needs to achieve their goals.
The Pens added 6 new players to the roster this year through trades and free-agency that likely will make the club, but no one carries more baggage than one without a contract. Free-agent forward Daniel Carcillo is in Pittsburgh on a tryout after what he says were good conversations with general manager Jim Rutherford.
The Pittsburgh Penguins will start heading back to town as the start of training camp draws near.