With Justin Schultz sidelined on a "week to week" basis with an unspecified lower-body injury, Juuso Riikola is getting back into the lineup.
Despite reports to the contrary, the Penguins were not interested in signing veteran Ilya Kovalchuk to an already heavy payroll.
EDMONTON, Alberta — OK, so maybe what we’re witnessing here doesn’t really qualify as a holiday miracle, but it might not be far from it, either. For the Penguins to...
Juuso Riikola has been a healthy scratch for the past six games, but Justin Schultz's injury might open a lineup spot for him.
The Penguins overcame a miserable first period and the loss of defensman Justin Schultz in their latest unlikely win.
The Penguins have placed forward Stefan Noesen on waivers. He has one goal in six games since being signed to an NHL contract Dec. 2.
Newly acquired forward Kevin Roy was a college teammate of Zach Aston-Reese at Northeastern.
Evgeni Malkin, who missed the past two games because of illness, and Bryan Rust, who didn't practice Monday because he was sick, are expected to play tonight.
Who: Penguins (19-10-4) vs. Flames (18-13-4). When: 9:08 p.m. Where: Scotiabank Saddledome. TV: AT&T Sports Net
Sidney Crosby, sidelined since undergoing surgery to repair a sports hernia Nov. 14, has resumed skating.
Evgeni Malkin returned to practice after missing the past two games because of illness, but Bryn Rust was held out of the workout because he is ailing.
Joseph Blandisi, recalled from Wilkes-Barre/Scranton when Evgeni Malkin was too ill to play Thursday, is rejoining the Baby Penguins.
Bryan Rust's power-play goal at 3:02 of overtime, coupled with Tristan Jarry's 17-save shutout, allowed the Penguins to defeat Columbus, 1-0.
Evgeni Malkin, a mediocre faceoff man throughout has career, has been outstanding lately, going 95-61 in the past eight games.
Tristan Jarry established a record for the longest shutout streak in franchise history, but a bad second period doomed the Penguins.
CRANBERRY, Pa. — The Penguins are starting to get some injured players back, but they continued to accumulate points while a lot of key guys were sidelined, at least until...
Sidney Crosby, who underwent surgery Nov. 14 to repair a sports hernia, had five goals and 12 assists in 17 games before leaving the lineup.
Washington, Pa. native Riley Barber grew up a "huge" Penguins fan, but never had been to PPG Paints Arena until today.