Mike Sullivan accepts some of the blame for the Penguins' postseason stumble, but still has more questions than answers.
Jim Rutherford says the Penguins' disappointing performances in their past two playoff appearances have prompted this shakeup on the coaching staff.
Jim Rutherford has some big decisions to make before next season about the Penguins' goalies and defense corps.
Two postseason disappointments in a row have Jim Rutherford contemplating serious changes with the Penguins.
A segment just now on 105.9 the X with Mark Madden, covering what moves the Penguins could make as they head into the offseason.
A lot of Penguins forwards, like their team, had good regular seasons, then fell flat during the Montreal series.
Losing nine of their past 10 playoff games underscores how far the Penguins are from being ready to challenge for another Stanley Cup.
The Penguins' 2-0 loss to Montreal in Game 4 leaves them 1-9 in their past 10 postseason games.
The Penguins will be trying to fend off elimination when they meet Montreal in Game 4 shortly after 4 p.m. in Toronto.
The Penguins' loss of focus and urgency in Game 3 against Montreal led to a 4-3 defeat and put them on the cusp of elimination from the postseason.
Well, that certainly went downhill quickly. A week ago, much of the talk surrounding the Penguins was whether they could make a serious run at another Stanley Cup. Today, it...
The Penguins' 4-3 loss to Montreal in Game 3 of their qualifying-round series was their eighth loss in their past nine postseason games.
Preventing Montreal from taking full advantage of its team speed is a key part of the Penguins' qualifying-round strategy.
Evgeni Malkin doesn't have a goal or assist in the series against Montreal, but he does have the approval of coach Mike Sullivan.
Matt Murray turned aside 26 of 27 Montreal shots as the Penguins evened their qualifying-round series with a 3-1 victory in Game 2.
The Penguins were assessed just two minor penalties during their 3-2 overtime loss in Game 1 against Montreal.
Mike Sullivan declined to say whether he's contemplating any personnel changes for Game 2 Monday night.
The Penguins' power play let them down yet again, scoring just once in seven tries during their 3-2 overtime loss to Montreal.