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Penguins Declaw Panthers

Don’t look now. But if yesterday’s game was any indication, our Penguins just might be rounding into playoff form. In a sharp departure from recent efforts—not to mention the team’s typical Sunday matinee performances—the black and gold held the Florida Panthers to just 21 shots on goal en route to a crisp 4-0 victory. The Pens displayed a s [...]

Penguins Hit Their Stride

Ask any NHL coach or general manager. Ask a player. Heck, ask anyone associated with an NHL team and they’ll tell you. It’s next to impossible to maintain a consistent pace over an 82-game schedule. So much can effect a team. Illness and injuries, for one. Not to mention the occasional slump. Or…like two years ago…an unexpected case of the mu [...]

Penguins Winning Ugly

A month into the 2016-17 season, our Pittsburgh Penguins are in a good spot. The defending champs are perched atop the Metropolitan Division with a sparkling 6-2-1 record and 13 points—tied for third-most in the NHL overall. With three wins in come-from-behind fashion, they continue to display the remarkable resilience that propelled them to [...]

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 Playoff Update: Bonino a Go-to Guy

I was scanning the Penguins’ playoff scoring stats this morning and noticed some familiar names at the top of the list. Evgeni Malkin, Sidney Crosby, Nick Bonino, Phil Kessel and Kris Letang. Wait a minute. Nick Bonino? How’d he get in there? I must confess. After my initial excitement over the mid-summer trade that brought the former Boston [...]

Penguins Update: Scoring Depth Remains an Issue

Where have all the goals gone? A fair question. Especially in the wake of a wildly prolific stretch fueled by the incendiary production of superstars Sidney Crosby and Kris Letang. Until recently the Penguins’ offense was really humming under Mike Sullivan. Then the injury bug bit hard. Eric Fehr went down during a wild 6-5 victory ove [...]


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