Matt Murray's 26-save performance was his best in several months, and was a key to the Penguins' 3-2 overtime victory.
Who: Penguins (24-11-5) vs. Canadiens (18-17-6). When: 7:08 p.m., Where: Bell Centre, TV: AT&T Sports Net
Goalie Casey DeSmith will miss out on a recall to the Penguins because he's lost his passport and can't get into Canada for their game against Montreal tonight.
The Sharks picked up victory No. 4 in their past five games against the Penguins, who got two goals from Patric Hornqvist.
It’s great to be back in this forum after a week away, and there certainly is plenty for us to discuss. The Penguins will close out the first half of...
An awful lot happened with -- and to -- the Penguins during the past decade, but these are the most enduring memories from that time.
Ottawa targeted the Penguins' most skilled players, especially Evgeni Malkin, for abuse, but got only a defeat to show for it.
The past 10 years have been full of triumphs and troubles, celebrations and sadness for the Penguins.
The Penguins' power play will try to build on a season-best performance Saturday, when it went 3-for-4 in a 6-4 victory against Nashville.
Who: Penguins (23-11-4) vs. Senators (16-18-5). When: 7:08 p.m. Where: PPG Paints Arena. TV: AT&T Sports Net
The Penguins jumped out to an early 3-0 lead against Nashville, but needed a late power-play goal by Jake Guentzel to beat the Predators.
Who: Penguins (22-11-4) vs. Predators (18-13-6). When: 7:08 p.m. Where: PPG Paints Arena. TV: AT&T Sports Net
Jim Rutherford tried to revamp his lineup after the Penguins were swept out of the playoffs. Here's how his moves have turned out so far.
The Penguins didn't get a shot on goal during the first period, but they did pick up four minors in a span of 87 seconds.
The Penguins' 5-2 victory at Rogers Place Friday means they have picked up at least one point in 19 consecutive games against Edmonton.
Who: Penguins (21-10-4) vs. Canucks (17-15-4). When: 10:08 p.m. Where: Rogers Arena. TV: AT&T Sports Net
Riley Sheahan has assumed his usual role with the Oilers, centering the fourth line and killing penalties.
Who: Penguins (20-10-4) vs. Oilers (19-14-4). When: 9:08 p.m. Where: Rogers Place. TV: AT&T Sports Net