The Penguins have recalled Garrett Wilson from Wilkes-Barre/Scranton, it was announced Saturday.
Penguins 2016 second-round pick Kasper Bjorkqvist is frequently compared to Patric Hornqvist, for good reason.
Troy Josephs is too good for this league. That's becoming increasingly clear with each game.
Sam Lafferty says he didn't have any expectations entering this season, his first full professional season. 17 games in, Lafferty is surely defying the expectations of others.
Tanner Pearson had some golden opportunities in his Penguins debut, a 4-3 loss to the Lightning, but he wasn't able to capitalize on those chances.
Tristan Jarry made history Wednesday afternoon when he scored the first goalie goal in Wilkes-Barre/Scranton history.
Penguins prospect Nikita Pavlychev has exploded in his junior year at Penn State.
Nick Saracino is 'just staying positive' in his role as Nailers co-captain.
In the span of a year, Ethan Prow has gone from healthy scratch for Wilkes-Barre/Scranton to a viable option for a recall to Pittsburgh if a defenseman is needed.
With seven goals and 14 assists in 17 games, Jan Drozg is carrying his junior team on his back this season.
The Penguins have recalled forwards Zach Aston-Reese and Garrett Wilson, it was announced Tuesday.
"I think it can get better, you can always get better," Brown said. "I think I've played well, but I still have a lot more to get better at."
"I like to jump up in the rush, be a second wave of attack, Stefan Elliott said. "Whether it's carrying the puck up or making good passes, or creating some...
Zach Aston-Reese's first hat trick of his professional career was one of the few bright spots in Wilkes-Barre/Scranton's loss to the Bridgeport Sound Tigers on Sunday.
The Islanders, despite leaving Pittsburgh with a win, weren't entirely pleased with their effort after the game.
Other than Tristan Jarry in Wilkes-Barre/Scranton, Alex D'Orio is the only goaltending prospect the Penguins have under contract.
Nailers training camp this fall was a bit of double déjà vu for 6-foot-7 defenseman Craig Skudalski.
Wheeling and Wilkes-Barre are blue-collar towns. It only makes sense that Pat McGrath, with his blue-collar style of play, has been a fan favorite throughout his six years in the Penguins'...