Here’s a look at how former Penguins have fared thus far in 2016-17. Stats include games played through Saturday, December 24.
Marian Hossa leads all ex-Pens in scoring with 23 points, followed by Jaromir Jagr, James Neal and David Perron. Hossa tops the list in goals (16), with Neal running second (14). Jagr, who recently passed Mark Messier [...]
Here’s a look at how former Penguins have fared thus far in 2016-17. Stats include games played through Saturday, November 5.
Marian Hossa leads all ex-Pens in scoring with 9 points, followed by Lee Stempniak, Mark Letestu, Brandon Sutter, and Alex Goligoski with 6 points each. Hossa tops the list in goals (5), with Stempniak and Matt Moulson [...]
He’s the Rodney Dangerfield of the Penguins’ defense. Close your eyes and you can picture him standing before his teammates in the locker room. Dressed in a dark suit, tugging on his tie. Eyes bulging. Sweat pouring from his brow.
I’ll tell ya’ I don’t get no respect.
Actually, it’s been a season of quiet vindication for Ben Lovejoy. Followin [...]
Here’s a look at how former Penguins performed during the 2015-16 NHL regular season.
Jaromir Jagr paced the ex-Pens with 66 points, followed by Jussi Jokinen (60). James Neal topped the list in goals (31), with the ageless Jagr running a close second (27). Jokinen led the black-and-gold alum with 42 assists.
Jarome Iginla (22) and Jordan St [...]
Here’s a look at how former Penguins have performed thus far in 2015-16. Stats reflect games played through Thursday, March 24.
Jaromir Jagr and Jussi Jokinen pace the ex-Pens in points (56). James Neal leads in goals (29), followed by Jagr (24). Jokinen tops the black-and-gold alum with 40 assists.
Among other notables, Jarome Iginla and Jor [...]
I’ll be honest. Jim Rutherford wasn’t my choice to succeed Ray Shero as the Penguins’ general manager back in the summer of 2014.
I’m not sure he was the Pens’ top choice, either. The club was considering associate GM Jason Botterill and analyst Pierre McGuire, among others, before JR emerged—seemingly from left field—to win the job.
Now? It [...]