The Pittsburgh Penguins are in the market for a centre, according to president of hockey operations Brian Burke.
It’s hockey season again and that means a return to the sort of rampant speculation over minor details we all know and love. Enter the story of Pittsburgh Penguins forward Sidney Crosby, who missed Sunday’s practice after leaving Saturday’s scrimmage early. Naturally, such news is enough to send tongues wagging across the hockey world. WhyContinue reading “Penguins: Crosby Misses Sunday Practice, Let the Speculation Begin”
The Pittsburgh Penguins will take to this season with designs on winning it all for the third time in five seasons, but they’ll have to do it without Phil Kessel. The club traded the forward to the Arizona Coyotes for Alex Galchenyuk and a defence prospect. “We’ve changed the makeup of our team,” Penguins generalContinue reading “2019-2020 Season Preview: Pittsburgh Penguins”
Evgeni Malkin is struggling. By his standards, anyway. The Pittsburgh Penguins forward has not scored an even strength goal in 17 games and has “just” 10 goals this season. He’s still a point-per-game player with 33 thus far, which makes it kind of weird to talk about a player “struggling.” Yet here we are. TheContinue reading “Penguins: Malkin Needs to Score Some Goals, Please”
When a team wins in the 2017 Stanley Cup Final, a team really wins. Consider the scores: 5-3, 4-1, 5-1, 4-1, 6-0. The Pittsburgh Penguins and Nashville Predators haven’t exactly been playing close games throughout the series, with the Penguins ahead three games to two going into Game Six. Pittsburgh is hoping to convert onceContinue reading “2017 Stanley Cup Final: Questions Abound Ahead of Game Six”