Which Penguins players are providing the most and least value for their contracts this season?
Jake Guentzel's grit helped the Penguins beat the Colorado Avalanche, 3-2 in overtime, Wednesday night at PPG Paints Arena.
While Jim Rutherford never sounded as if reaching an agreement to keep Mike Sullivan, Sullivan said he never doubted that a deal would be struck.
If the Penguins are going to make the playoffs, it's going to be with Sidney Crosby and Jake Guentzel leading the way.
Jake Guentzel, the undersized kid from Minnesota, proved his doubters wrong and is on the precipice of superstardom with the Penguins.
In hockey, the “Pittsburgh Model” has referred to the Penguins' organizational philosophy of placing themselves in a position to draft generational talents.
The coming season was supposed to be the one in which Antonio Brown took ownership of the Steelers' receiving record book.
By giving Jake Guentzel a five-year, $30 million contract extension, the 24-year-old playoff hero becomes a member of the Penguins' core and a potential face of the franchise.
The Penguins signed Jake Guentzel to a five-year, $30 million extension.
The Penguins needed a timely shot block, and they sent out their smallest player to get it done.
Jake Guentzel tapped his helmet with a knowing grin. He'd just gotten off the ice at the Lemieux Sports Complex.
The Nation went wild at the Ben Roethlisberger viral video a week ago, the one where he was winging the ball to James Conner and JuJu Smith-Schuster.
There aren't many certainties when it comes to what a possible resumption of the NHL season would look like, but one certainty is that there will have to be expanded...
Llamas have awesome antibodies. No, really. Something about their X and Y properties do something something that assist scientists in attacking viruses.
Ben Cherington doesn't have a poker face so much as a poker existence.
Just doesn't sink in, does it? I've had a couple days to process it, I've been right at the scene, and I'm still not close.
A most intriguing matchup will be the one that will pit Patrick Marleau's ironman streak against the Penguins' wretched luck with injuries this season.
Between now and 3 p.m. today, Jim Rutherford's holding the fate of the current Penguins, as well as the future of the franchise, in his Hall of Fame hands.