Daniel Sprong's goal drought reached 10 games in Thursday night's 3-2 shootout loss in Brooklyn. In other years that would be cause for a demotion.
Derek Grant and Robin Lehner go back to their days with the Senators and Sabres. Though they're on opposing sides these days, Grant is pulling for his old roommate.
Buoyed by a strong second-half at Wilkes-Barre, Daniel Sprong says he's ready and willing to go if inserted into the Penguins' lineup.
Daniel Sprong, the top prospect in Pittsburgh's organization, is a possibility to play in the Penguins' second-round playoff series vs. Washington.
No team has given up as many shots or as many goals as the New York Islanders, who come to PPG Paints Arena on Saturday to face the Penguins.
After his much anticipated call-up, Daniel Sprong scored two goals in eight games. On Monday, he was sent back down to the minors.
Coming off a disappointing 1-2 trip to California, the Penguins return to Pittsburgh just outside the Eastern Conference playoff field with 53 points.
Daniel Sprong's powerful shot has given the Penguins and Sidney Crosby a much-needed boost.
The NHL's trade deadline is Monday Feb. 24, at 3 p.m. We'll keep you posted on all the happenings around the league.
The Steelers could've punted on 2019 long ago, but they instead embraced the challenge.
Negotiations went on hold for a while because the Penguins lacked salary-cap space, but they have worked out a deal with Marcus Pettersson.
Penguins GM Jim Rutherford has a lengthy history of trades since taking over with the team. But how has he done with them? We investigate.
What do Sidney Crosby, Nikita Kucherov, Connor McDavid, Leon Draisaitl, Brad Marchand, Patrick Kane, Johnny Gaudreau, Steven Stamkos and Alexander Barkov have in common?
Despite markedly better play since the start of December, the Penguins enter the NHL All-Star break with a tenuous hold on a playoff spot and a smorgasbord of questions.
In Tuesday night's win over the Panthers, the Penguins didn't have their best but they showed they can win outside their comfort zone.
There was no parade down the Boulevard of the Allies, there were no major individual honors, and two of our city's three teams didn't even qualify for the playoffs.
If I printed the actual word here, much less in the headline atop this site, probably half our subscribers would cancel. So use the imagination.
This season Zach Aston-Reese has started to make a name for himself in the Penguins' bottom six and on the penalty kill.