Third jerseys make a return this season, and we're seeing quite a few 90's throwbacks.
Finally, the Penguins sign Ryan Haggerty to a well-deserved NHL contract.
Wilkes-Barre/Scranton held a small introductory skate to kick off training camp on Monday, but the real work begins on Tuesday when the players reassigned from Pittsburgh report.
The Penguins have extended their affiliation agreement with the Wheeling Nailers for two more years, it was announced on Monday.
The Flyers' new mascot is ... uh ... interesting.
The Penguins' latest round of roster cuts reduced the roster to 27 players.
Ryan Haggerty, Teddy Blueger, and Tristan Jarry all had strong showings in the Penguins' fourth preseason game, but three goals in the second period gave the Red Wings the win.
The 2018-19 Western Hockey League season got underway on Friday, and it didn't take the Penguins' WHL prospects long to get on the board.
The Penguins have placed forward prospect Freddie Tiffels on unconditional waivers for purposes contract termination.
Derick Brassard practiced with the team for the first time this season on Wednesday after missing the first five days of training camp with a chest infection.
23-year-old forward prospect Sam Lafferty will make his preseason debut tonight for the Penguins.
Garrett Wilson, likely the captain of Wilkes-Barre/Scranton this season, said last season's sweep 'fueled the fire' this summer.
A year ago, Anthony Peters was playing in the ECHL. After a successful tryout run with Wilkes-Barre/Scranton, Peters now finds himself in his first NHL training camp.
The Wilkes-Barre/Scranton players at training camp are looking to make their mark.
Thomas Di Pauli, feeling "100 percent", played with confidence on a line with some former teammates.
Forward prospect Freddie Tiffels is looking for some much-needed stability as he enters his second professional season.
Welcome the final part of our series on who wore each number best for the Penguins. The idea is being openly borrowed from our new hockey writer, Cody Tucker, and his project at...
Petr Nedved set career highs in his first season in Pittsburgh. His shining moment in a Penguins uniform came that spring -- April 24, 1996.