Pens defenseman Olli Maatta returned from the Olympics yesterday and returned to the Pens locker room today as the full team is scheduled to practice on Wednesday.
The Olympic hockey tournament has sadly come to a close. Once again, Canada sits atop the hockey world after a rather dominating performance throughout the tournament.
Pens defenseman Paul Martin could be out for as long as a month after injuring his right hand in the Olympics.
Injuries and illness have plagued many teams in the Olympics this year and for the most part the Penguins players taking part have avoided both until today.
Penguins D Rob Scuderi joined The Fan Morning Show today to offer his thoughts on Olympic hockey, including the big US vs. Canada semifinal matchup coming up at noon.
Matt Niskanen is picking the United States, but says Sidney Crosby lives for the big moments.
It’s no secret in Pittsburgh that finding the ideal wingers to play alongside Sidney Crosby can be a difficult task. Now Team Canada and Head Coach Mike Babcock are finding that out first hand.
The Olympic hockey tournament has been the highlight of the Games thus far and the best may be yet to come.
Adams says it was nice to have a break to recharge but he has the itch to get back to playing.
Mears says that Team USA has him reconsidering who may win the gold in Sochi.
Here is the truth: As these Olympic games approached, as the run-up to Sochi was happening, there was much skepticism from this vantage; a healthy bit of hoping that the Team USA men’s hockey squad could compete, but a notion deep in the back of my cranium doubting them.
Tab Douglas caught up with local Paralympic sled hockey player Daniel McCoy.
The U.S. women’s hockey team plays a big game against archrival Canada Wednesday.
Penguins General Manager and one of Team USA’s Executives Ray Shero joined Starkey and Mueller to discuss what it was like putting the team together and what he thinks about some of his players not making their country’s team.
USA Today Hockey Writer Kevin Allen joined Starkey and Mueller earlier today on The FAN to discuss the final Olympic Hockey rosters and why he wasn’t surprised that Penguins Winger Chris Kunitz made Team Canada.