The Penguins Need to Move on From Justin Schultz
The offseason is underway for the Pittsburgh Penguins, and it was another disappointing ending. A second straight first-round exit from the postseason has general manager Jim Rutherford calling for change, and he’s wasted no time in beginning these. While playoff hockey is still being played, assistant coaches Sergei Gonchar, Jacques Martin, and Mark Recchi were […]
Penguins Playoffs Post-Mortem: Price, Defense & Lingering Questions
It had been five months since the Pittsburgh Penguins played a meaningful game of hockey, and after just one week, they have to wait another few months until they play again. The Penguins were handed a 3-1 best-of-five series loss by the Montreal Canadiens, squashing their hopes of a third Stanley Cup in five seasons. […]
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Last Pittsburgh Penguin to Win Each NHL Award
While the Stanley Cup is the most coveted trophy in the NHL, there is a long list of individual awards that players play 82 games a season to earn. Over their history, the Pittsburgh Penguins’ have seen a great amount of award-winning skaters. Following, we will run down the last player to win each individual […]
They Wore it Once: Penguins Players and Their Unique Numbers
In the storied history of the Pittsburgh Penguins, 724 different players have played in at least one game, and to play in the NHL you have to have a number on your sweater. Some numbers are more common than others; the No. 23 has 34 names attached to it. Some numbers, however, have only been […]
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Penguins’ 2022 Olympics Roster Projections
After an absence of NHL players from the 2018 Winter Olympic Games in PyeongChang, South Korea, there is hope that they will return for the 2022 Games in Beijing, China. A new collective bargaining agreement (CBA) could see players going to the Olympics in 2022 and 2026, and the league and the NHL Players’ Association […]
Predicting the Penguins’ 2020 Playoff Roster
The NHL recently opened their doors for Phase 2 of their three-part season restart plan, and the 24-team playoff format was given a start date of July 30. With players returning to the ice and training camps beginning soon, it’ll be time for teams to start fleshing out rosters for gameplay. Related: Penguins’ Best & […]
Evgeni Malkin the Penguins’ Nominee for Bill Masterton Trophy
With the novel coronavirus putting a sudden end to the 2019-20 NHL regular season, it is time for voting to begin on the league’s awards. While we probably won’t know the frontrunners for awards like the Calder or Hart Trophies for the time being, the Professional Hockey Writers Association (PHWA) announced this year’s nominees for […]
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Penguins 2019-20 Regular Season in Review
The year 2020 is one that will never be forgotten in the sports world. The NHL and NBA put their seasons on pause, the MLB was unable to start on time, and the NFL had a fully virtual draft. The international spread of Coronavirus has changed the world for the time being, and we await […]
Penguins Forced to Make Hard Decision in Net this Offseason
Before the 2019-20 NHL season was put on hold due to the spread of Coronavirus, the big debate within the Pittsburgh Penguins fanbase was ‘who should be the starting goalie come postseason?’ Now with the unsure future of the season, the question changes to ‘which goalie should be re-signed during the offseason?’ Related: 4 NHL […]
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Penguins Giving Back to the Community During Time Off
As the calendar turns to May, the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic continues its stranglehold on life around the globe. Sports have been mostly on pause since mid-March, and for the National Hockey League, it is uncertain if there will be a conclusion to the 2019-20 season. While there has been speculation and rumors about resuming and […]
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Pittsburgh Penguins’ 10 Best Defensemen in Team History
It may seem cut and dry who the top defenseman in Pittsburgh Penguins history is, but the players leading up to it have made a case for themselves. While the Penguins’ franchise isn’t a gold mine of elite, long-term defenders, they have had some luxuries over their 53-year history. Before we go any further, a […]
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Pittsburgh Penguins 2012 Draft Revisited
A lot can change in eight years. The Pittsburgh Penguins alone have had three coaches, two general managers, and back-to-back Stanley Cup titles since June of 2012. Related: Pittsburgh Penguins’ All-Time Greatest Lines During the 2012 NHL Entry Draft, the Penguins made nine picks, the most selections they’ve had in a draft since the NHL […]
Pittsburgh Penguins’ 10 Best Goals in Franchise History
The Pittsburgh Penguins have seen a large number of memorable goals over the years. Some feature pure skill and some come from guys you wouldn’t expect. There have been goals that deserve their own chapters in Penguins’ history, while some of the best players left their legendary mark. Related: Penguins’ Name & Mascots Hold Legacy […]
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Pittsburgh Penguins You Forgot About
To date, there have been 659 skaters and 65 goalies to play at least one game in a Pittsburgh Penguins uniform. There are the obvious ones, like Mario Lemieux or Sidney Crosby, but there is a long list of star players who spent a small portion of their illustrious careers in the Steel City. Related: […]
Pittsburgh Penguins’ All-Time Greatest Lines
In its 103-year history, the National Hockey League has seen some phenomenal players, and fans have been blessed enough to see these players join forces as linemates. Some of these lines have been branded with titles to make them even more memorable. Famous ones include the Buffalo Sabres “French Connection” of Gilbert Perreault, Rick Martin, […]
Penguins’ Stars Must be Better Going Forward
Recent games for the Pittsburgh Penguins have not been going well. A record of 3-7-0 in their last 10 games only amplifies the issues that have dawned on the team. With the rest of the Metropolitan Division hitting a torrid pace, the playoffs are not a certain thing for the Penguins if they are not […]
Penguins’ Sullivan in the Running for Jack Adams
Over the course of the 2019-20 Pittsburgh Penguins’ season, a lot of talk has been floating around regarding head coach Mike Sullivan being a candidate for the NHL’s Jack Adams Award for league’s best coach. Given the injury-riddled season the Penguins have had, it makes sense he is near the top of that conversation. If […]
Penguins’ Roster Better Than Stanley Cup Winning Teams
The 2019-20 Pittsburgh Penguins’ season has seen its highs, lows, and countless injuries. It’s one that also came with many positive changes. The trade deadline has come and gone, and some major additions came to the organization. This team that is currently assembled (disregarding the injuries) is a better Penguins team than those that won […]
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Penguins’ Franchise Stars: Malkin Is Better Than Jagr
Pittsburgh Penguins’ center Evgeni Malkin finished the 2018-19 season with 72 points, which for most would be a pretty stellar season. It matched that of fellow Russians Evgeny Kuznetsov and Alexander Radulov, but it wasn’t good enough for Malkin. Related: All-Time Best Player From Every NHL Team “Geno,” as some call him, was disappointed with […]
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Penguins’ Marino Injury Slows Down Fantastic Rookie Season
Just when you thought the injury bug was leaving the Pittsburgh Penguins, it stings again. This time, it hit standout rookie defenseman John Marino, who took a Steven Stamkos shot to the face late in last Thursday’s loss to the Tampa Bay Lightning. Injuries have been like a broken record for the Penguins this season, […]
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