Justin Schultz could rejoin the Penguins' lineup as early as Tuesday after missing the past 15 games because of an injury.
Who: Penguins (31-13-5) vs. Flyers (26-17-6). When: 7:38 p.m. Where: Wells Fargo Center. TV: AT&T SportsNet
The Penguins scored four unanswered goals to defeat Boston at PPG Paints Arena after spotting the Bruins a 3-0 lead.
Who: Penguins (30-13-5) vs. Bruins (28-9-12). When: 12:38 p.m. Where: PPG Paints Arena. TV: WPXI-TV.
Matt Murray will be in goal when the Penguins face Boston this afternoon at PPG Paints Arena, his first consecutive starts in Nov. 19-21.
With Jim Rutherford's past three assistants now running their own teams, is there any doubt Jason Karmanos is next in line?
Well, Sidney Crosby is back and the Penguins are 8-1-1 in their past 10 games. They’ve accomplished an awful lot through the first three-plus months of this season — more...
Evgeni Malkin scores two goals and adds an exceptional assist during the Penguins' 7-3 victory against Minnesota.
Teddy Blueger didn't get his chance to be a hero until Round 8 of the shootout, but he made the most of it.
Who: Penguins (27-12-5) vs. Coyotes (25-18-4). When: 6:08 p.m. Where: Gila River Arena. TV: AT&T Sports Net
Sidney Crosby went through a full practice, and then some, Saturday, but won't be in uniform at Gila River Arena today.
Sidney Crosby joined his teammates as a full participant in practice Saturday, and didn't rule out returning to the lineup Sunday against Arizona.
Matt Murray and his teammates rebounded from a fluky goal late in the second period to earn a 4-3 overtime victory.
Sidney Crosby stayed off the ice today, but the Penguins still hope to get him into a full team practice soon.
Penguins players insist that the lower oxygen levels in the Mile High City won't be an issue for them when they face the Avalanche.
Who: Penguins (25-12-5) vs. Avalanche (25-15-4). When: 9:08 p.m. Where: Pepsi Center. TV: AT&T Sports Net
Dominik Kahun got bumped up to the Penguins' No. 1 line last Saturday in Montreal, and seems confident he can hold onto that position.
Bryan Rust got his chance to become a regular with the Penguins because of injuries to others. He sees that cycle repeating itself this season.