The Penguins earned a much-needed win over the Hurricanes behind the efforts of J-S Dea, Dominik Simon and Casey DeSmith. Yep, just like they drew it up.
After his much anticipated call-up, Daniel Sprong scored two goals in eight games. On Monday, he was sent back down to the minors.
On Monday, following his first practice since his father's death, Matt Murray was surrounded by his extended Penguins family, calling the ice his 'sanctuary.'
Coming off a disappointing 1-2 trip to California, the Penguins return to Pittsburgh just outside the Eastern Conference playoff field with 53 points.
The Penguins recall forward Jean-Sebastien Dea from Wilkes-Barre ahead of tonight's game in Anaheim.
The Penguins have pieced together a four-game winning streak and are playing easily their best hockey of the season. Now things get a little more difficult.
The Penguins gave up a season-high seven power play chances on Saturday. But thanks to their stingy penalty killing, the Penguins still skated away with the win.
With eight healthy blueliners, Mike Sullivan has a surplus of defensemen for the first time in over a month going into Saturday’s game against the Red Wings.
Phil Kessel leads the Penguins in goals (18), assists (29) and points (47). Yes, he’s a two-time Stanley Cup champion but he’s not an NHL All-Star in 2018.
In a surprise move, goalie Casey DeSmith was recalled from the AHL, leaving the Penguins with three goalies on their roster.
What: Penguins practice. When: 4-5 p.m. Where: Lemieux Sports Complex
Tyson Alualu will make his long-awaited postseason debut against the Jaguars, the team who drafted him 10th overall in 2010.
Stephon Tuitt's elbow injury is not as bad as originally feared and says he will play Sunday against the Jaguars.
Daniel Sprong's powerful shot has given the Penguins and Sidney Crosby a much-needed boost.
A record seventh Super Bowl. A rousing tribute to Daniel M. Rooney. A reward for all that Ryan Shazier's already contributed, and fuel for his fight that lies ahead.
Don't look now, but the Penguins are starting to resemble -- maybe not a Stanley Cup contender just yet -- a legitimate playoff team.