Here’s a look at some of the top stories we’re working on today.
The Pittsburgh Penguins continued to reshape their roster with a couple of moves Tuesday morning.
Penguins prospect Oskar Sundqvist joined Chris Mueller Friday to talk about his chances of making the Penguins roster as training camp approaches.
This will be an off-season to remember for Pittsburgh Penguins star Kris Letang.
Hockey’s roots aren’t deep in South Korea, which has never qualified for the Olympics but will get an automatic bid as host in Pyeongchang in 2018.
With a report from Pittsburgh Business Times coming out yesterday stating that a group of investors is expected to make an offer to buy the Pittsburgh Penguins within a week, Chris Mueller was joined Tuesday by Mike Colligan, NHL Analyst at Forbes SportsMoney and Pittsburgh Penguins correspondent at The Hockey Writers.
You can now get a Mario Lemieux-themed license plate.
Beau Bennett has feelings too.
Craig Simpson of Sportsnet joined “The Cook and Poni Show” Friday to react to the Penguins acquiring Phil Kessel.
The Penguins shook the landscape of the National Hockey League by trading for Toronto Maple Leafs winger Phil Kessel on the opening day of free agency.
The NHL free agency frenzy is underway and there are many questions about what the Penguins will do to retool for next season.
With trade rumors swirling and free agency set to start for the NHL, USA Today hockey writer Kevin Allen joined the Starkey and Mueller show to talk about what he thinks the Pens are up to as they look to improve their top six forwards.
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.
The Pittsburgh Penguins and defenseman Ian Cole agreed to terms on a three-year contract Monday morning.
Daniel Sprong, the Penguins 2nd round pick in the 2015 NHL Draft, joined Bob Pompeani Saturday.