Center Sam Lafferty and left winger Andrew Agozzino have been summoned from Wilkes-Barre to replace injured centers Evgeni Malkin and Nick Bjugstad.
Jared McCann, who had been playing left wing on Nick Bjugstad's line, will move into Evgeni Malkin's spot on the No. 2 unit.
Both were injured during the Penguins' 7-2 victory against the Blue Jackets Saturday. It's not clear when either will be able to resume playing.
The Penguins' high-profile forwards didn't score during their 7-2 victory against Columbus, but it seemed like almost everyone else did.
The Penguins went 0-for-7 with a two-man advantage last season. They know they have to be better on that this season.
The Penguins talked about being excited to play a game that actually counted in the standings. It didn't show when they actually got to do it.
Sidney Crosby's work ethic has helped him to claim numerous championships and individual awards throughout his career.
Alex Galchenyuk returned to practice after a week-long absence, but his status for Game 1 of the regular season still isn't settled.
The Penguins' roster is sure to change over the course of this season, but here's a look at the one they will take into the start of 2019-20.
Rookie defenseman John Marino's first visit to the American Hockey League didn't last long, as he was recalled less than a day after being sent to Wilkes-Barre.
Sidney Crosby was back on the ice for the first time since being injured last Satuday, and had no apparent problems.
The Penguins start playing games that count Thursday evening, and a lot of interesting things have led up to the opener. Let's talk about them.
Sidney Crosby joined his teammates on the ice for the Penguins' 11 a.m. practice at PPG Paints Arena.
Casey DeSmith had been expected to be the Penguins' backup goalie this season, but he was put on waivers, opening a spot for Tristan Jarry.
The Penguins are coming off a disappointing showing in 2018-19, but the coming season could be a different story. For better or worse.
Sidney Crosby sits out the Penguins' practice, but only after taking a quick skate at PPG Paints Arena to test his injury.
Losing their final preseason game in a shootout isn't a concern for the Penguins, but possibly losing a couple of top-six forwards would be.
What: Penguins training camp, When: 10:30 a.m., Where: PPG Paints Arena