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Ex-Penguins Update: February 11, 2018

Here’s a look at how former Penguins are doing around the NHL. Stats are updated for games played through February 10. Vegas forwards David Perron and James Neal top the scoring list with 49 and 37 points, respectively. Jordan Staal of Carolina is next with 33 points. The Kings’ Jake Muzzin leads the defensemen with 32 points, six ahead of Ar [...]

Ex-Penguins Update: January 2, 2018

Here’s a glance at how former Penguins are faring around the NHL heading into the New Year. Stats are updated for games played through January 1. Leading the pack in scoring are Vegas forwards David Perron (30 points) and James Neal (27). Carolina’s Jordan Staal is third with 22 points, one ahead of New Jersey forward Brian Gibbons and Kings [...]

Penguins Update: Missing Our Veteran Leaders

This is the last time I’ll write about departed veterans like Matt Cullen, Ron Hainsey and Chris Kunitz. I promise. They’ve moved on and so must we. I get it. Honest, I do. Except we miss ‘em. Big time. Perhaps not so much for what they contributed on the ice, which was considerable, as for what they provided behind the scenes and in the loc [...]

Ex-Penguins Update: November 19, 2017

Here’s a look at how former Penguins are performing around the league. Stats are updated for games played through Saturday, November 18. Leading the pack are Vegas forwards David Perron and James Neal, with 17 and 15 points respectively. Carolina’s Jordan Staal has moved into a tie with Neal with 15 points. ‘Nealer’ paces the Pens’ alum with [...]

Penguins Quarter-Pole Review

Twenty games being a nice, round number—not to mention roughly a quarter of the season—I thought I’d review the Penguins’ performance thus far. It’s been a mixed bag, to say the least. Following two grueling postseasons (and corresponding short summers), it’s safe to say the Pens are suffering the effects of a Stanley Cup hangover. They’ve pl [...]

Penguins in Search of Identity

Shortly after the Penguins were brushed aside in round one of the 2015 playoffs, general manager Jim Rutherford formulated a plan. His intent…remake his team in the image of the Chicago Blackhawks, a speedy, ultra-skilled club that captured the Stanley Cup by rolling four productive lines. Wasting little time, Rutherford acquired Phil Kessel [...]

            

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