Kris Letang: 'We Have Two Number Ones' In NetIt has been the story line that has been hanging over the Penguins since the very first game of the season and doesn't appear to be going away any time soon, who is this teams number one goalie?
Murray, Penguins Agree To Terms On 3-Year ExtensionMatt Murray has signed a three-year extension with the Pittsburgh Penguins.
LeBrun: Having Fleury & Murray Is Great For 'Compressed' NHL ScheduleESPN columnist and TSN hockey insider Pierre LeBrun joined "The Fan Morning Show" to talk about the Penguins goalie situation and the state of the NHL right now.
Penguins' Matt Murray Out With Broken HandPittsburgh Penguins goaltender Matt Murray will miss several weeks due to a broken hand.
Czech Republic Nips North America 3-2 In World CupMatt Murray spent the end of his rookie season helping the Pittsburgh Penguins win the Stanley Cup.
Pens Coach Mike Sullivan On Goalies: 'Performance' Will Dictate Playing TimePeguins Head Coach Mike Sullivan is gearing up for the World Cup of hockey as a member of Team USA's coaching staff, but he took some time out of his schedule to join The Starkey and Mueller show to talk about both the World Cup and the Pens.
GM Jim Rutherford: Pens Have To Be Ready To Defend Stanley CupPittsburgh Penguins General Manager Jim Rutherford announced the signing of Justin Schultz and discussed other possible moves.
Penguins GM Plans To Keep Fleury, Not Trading MalkinPittsburgh Penguins general manager Jim Rutherford put rumors to rest this weekend.
NHL Draft Weekend Arrives As Rumors Swirl Around Penguins’ Marc-Andre FleurySome major changes could soon be coming to the Pittsburgh Penguins roster.
TSN Analyst Craig Button: Keeping Fleury Not In Pens' Best InterestTSN Analyst and former general manager Craig Button thinks the time has come for the Penguins to move on from Marc-Andre Fleury.
Shea-ved Ice: What To Do With Fleury?When it comes to Marc-Andre Fleury, it might be time for fans to start preparing for the inevitable, while hoping for the best.
Fans Thrilled As Penguins Cruise Through Downtown PittsburghMore than 400,000 fans packed streets and parking garages, shooting ticker tape as the Pittsburgh Penguins passed by.