The Pittsburgh Penguins have brought back an integral “piece” of their 2009 Stanley Cup championship team.
The Pittsburgh Penguins have locked up Kris Letang and Pascal Dupuis for the foreseeable future.
Rogers SportsNet Hockey Central analyst Nick Kypreos has his finger on the pulse of the NHL, and he looks at a busy week for the Pittsburgh Penguins with Vinnie & Cook on Sportsradio 93.7 The Fan.
Dan Bylsma has never coached hockey at the international level. The Pittsburgh Penguins coach does, however, know how to win while juggling a roster dotted with superstars.
There will reportedly be a heavy Pittsburgh Penguins’ presence behind the Team USA hockey team during the 2014 Olympics in Sochi, Russia.
The Ted Lindsay Award is handed out after every NHL season to the player who is deemed to be most outstanding as voted on by the members of the NHL Players’ Association.
Despite the collapse of his team in the Eastern Conference Finals, the acquisitions made by Pens General Manager Ray Shero won him the league’s GM of the Year award.
Ray Shero and I don’t agree. Earlier this week, in the aftermath of a fourth-straight disappointment penned by the Pittsburgh Penguins with head coach Dan Bylsma in charge, my immediate — and still sturdy — thought was that Bylsma needed to be terminated.
The Stanley Cup Finals will get underway tonight, but the Pittsburgh Penguins will only be able to watch. However, General Manager Ray Shero is expected to hold a press conference this morning to talk about the season.
Penguins defenseman Paul Martin joined Starkey, Miller, and Mueller on Monday to look back at the first round and forward to the team’s second-round matchup against the Senators.
First it was Kris Letang, then Sidney Crosby. Now, you can add Ray Shero to the list of people named as a finalist for an NHL award.
Former Penguin Gary Roberts was once a trade deadline acquisition for the Pens that helped them reach the Cup Finals, and he’s still keeping an eye on his old team as they load up once again for a Cup run.
Hours after Penguins’ captain Sidney Crosby visited with head coach Dan Bylsma and some teammates at CONSOL Energy Center on Thursday, Philadelphia television and radio host Howard Eskin reported (via Twitter) that Crosby has another concussion and won’t play again this season.
Ray Shero and the Penguins pulled off the surprise move last night of trading for Flames Captain Jarome Iginla, and a panel of experts ranging from local to national gave us their opinion on what Iginla will bring to the Pens.
Hours after shocking the NHL by trading for Calgary Flames captain Jarome Iginla, Pittsburgh Penguins General Manager Ray Shero addressed the media.