Top Pittsburgh Penguins Headlines Of 2015As the calendar changes to 2016, here’s a look back at some of the top stories about the Pittsburgh Penguins last year.
Lemieux Denies Rumor Of “Rift” With CrosbyThe Pittsburgh Penguins issued a response Wednesday on social media to the rumor of a rift between team owner Mario Lemieux and team captain Sidney Crosby.
Austin Lemieux Dreams Of Playing For Pittsburgh PenguinsAustin Lemieux is hoping to follow in his father's footsteps.
Lemieux Foundation Creates Specialty License PlatesYou can now get a Mario Lemieux-themed license plate.
Dunlap: Pittsburgh Sports As Told By The Rolling StonesSo Mick and The Boys are going to invade the North Shore this weekend, blowing into town on their Zip Code Tour and --- even at their advanced age --- ready to rock Heinz Field.
Dunlap: Mario Can Do It His WayIf anyone in this town deserves to do it his way, it is Mario Lemieux.
Penguins: Lemieux, Burkle Reviewing "Strategic Options"The man who saved hockey in Pittsburgh, could be looking to sell the team.
Ray Shero Has Regrets, But No Bitterness Towards PenguinsTalking publicly in Pittsburgh for the first time since the Penguins fired him, New Jersey Devils general manager Ray Shero talked with Joe Starkey about his time with the Pens and how he landed with the Devils.
Hockey Phenom Connor McDavid Calls Penguins’ Crosby His “Role Model”Arguably, there have only been a handful of guys in the NHL with the type of talent as Wayne Gretzky, Mario Lemieux and Sidney Crosby.
Shawn McEachern: Tough To Win A Series If Your Top Players Aren't Feeling ItIf the Penguins want to overcome the 3-1 deficit they now face in their first round series against the Rangers, they might want to ask Shawn McEachern for some advice.
Penguins’ Perron Hoping To Turn It Around For The PostseasonPittsburgh Penguins forward David Perron is hoping to turn it around for the Stanley Cup Playoffs.
Scoring Help Could Soon Be On The Way For Slumping PenguinsEvgeni Malkin and Patric Hornqvist will be game-time decisions when the Penguins host the Arizona Coyotes Saturday at 1 p.m.