Who: Penguins (39-24-11) vs. Predators (42-27-5). When: 8:08 p.m. Where: Bridgestone Arena. TV: AT&T Sports Net
Teddy Blueger might not be Evgeni Malkin -- who is? - but the rookie is showing that he has the chops to play in the NHL for years to come.
The root causes in the Penguins' 3-2 shootout loss to Carolina were all too familiar: A lack of scoring and letting a late lead slip away.
Who: Penguins (39-24-10) vs. Hurricanes (39-25-7). When: 7:08 p.m. Where: PNC Arena. TV: AT&T Sports Net
Kris Letang is a game-time decision tonight vs. the Hurricanes. If he plays, it'll be his first game action in 24 days.
If adversity reveals character, the Penguins should have no problem. The injury to Evgeni Malkin is just their latest but GM Jim Rutherford likes his team's resolve.
PITTSBURGH -- On Sunday the Penguins revealed their new-look second line and it produced their lone goal in a 2-1 overtime loss to the Flyers.
Who: Penguins (39-24-9) vs. Flyers (34-29-8). When: 7:38 p.m. Where: PPG Paints Arena. TV: NBC Sports
The Penguins received five goals from five different players. However, none were potentially more important than those scored by Phil Kessel and Patric Hornqvist.
Though Bryan Rust took to the ice Thursday in Buffalo, the Penguins revealed that Zach Aston-Reese's injury was more serious than previously stated.
After 21 days, Casey DeSmith will make his first start in goal as Matt Murray gets a well-deserved rest.
Who: Penguins (38-23-9) vs. Sabres (30-30-9). When: 7:08 p.m. Where: KeyBank Center. TV: AT&T SportsNet
Erik Gudbranson endeared himself to his new city by taking down Tom Wilson and the Capitals on Tuesday.
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With Zach Aston-Reese out of the lineup, Teddy Blueger ascends to the top-six and will play alongside Evgeni Malkin and Phill Kessel.
Who: Penguins (38-23-9) vs. Capitals (41-21-7). When: 7:08 p.m. Where: PPG Paints Arena. TV: AT&T SportsNet