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Penguins Update: Jack Riley Passes Away

He wasn’t the winningest general manager in Penguins history. Nor did his teams capture a Stanley Cup. Or even a division title. Yet Jack Riley was a pivotal figure through the Pens’ difficult early years. Thanks, in large part, to his perseverance and dedication, a foundation for future champions was formed. Riley, who passed away on Wednes [...]

Penguins Re-sign Justin Schultz

The Penguins re-signed defenseman Justin Schultz to a one-year deal, general manager Jim Rutherford announced today. Schultz, who made $3.9 million last season while splitting time between Edmonton and Pittsburgh, will earn $1.4 million during the coming season. The bargain signing reinforces a Pens defense thinned by the departure of Ben Lo [...]

Penguins Free-Agent Update: Lovejoy and Zatkoff Depart

For our Pittsburgh Penguins, the first day of free agency was a far cry from last summer. Remember? When GM Jim Rutherford sent shock waves through the NHL by acquiring Phil Kessel from Toronto as the centerpiece of a stunning six-player swap? Of course, the team’s situation is as different as night and day, too. Last year the locals w [...]

Penguins Update: Rutherford Named GM of the Year

The National Hockey League confirmed last night what Pittsburgh Penguins fans already knew. Jim Rutherford, who did a masterful job of transforming a shopworn black-and-gold team into Stanley Cup champions, was named General Manager of the Year in a vote of his peers at the league’s Annual Awards banquet in Las Vegas. With typical modesty, t [...]

Review of Striking Gold: The Penguins’ Amazing Run to the 2016 Stanley Cup

The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and Triumph Books have teamed up once more to produce a gem of a commemorative book. Striking Gold: The Penguins’ Amazing Run to the 2016 Stanley Cup expertly chronicles the Pittsburgh Penguins’ recent Stanley Cup season in a style that’s eye-catching, entertaining and informative. Experience the Pens’ drive to the [...]

Trading Fleury at this Point Would be Extremely Stupid

The Penguins have a rare opportunity in the age of the salary cap, they can bring back every player that played a main role in their winning of the Stanley Cup, even Reverend Lovejoy.  All of the talk is about Fleury and his salary cap value. The NHL is expected to raise the salary cap 3 million.  The best GMs are the ones that plan for the f [...]


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