Wearing long faces, chins dragging, shoulders slumping, the Penguins limped into the place with seven contributors to their Stanley Cup championship unable to suit up.
Carl Hagelin is "probably going to be out a minimum of four weeks,' according to Mike Sullivan, to a lower-body injury.
Marc-Andre Fleury made 40 saves and Phil Kessel buried a beauty in the shootout to seal the Penguins' 3-2 victory over the Oilers on Friday night at Rogers Place.
The day after the NHL suspended the Penguins' Tom Sestito four games for boarding the Jets' Toby Enstrom, he appeared to choose his words carefully.
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When Justin Schultz was traded out of this provincial capital a little more than a year ago, he sounded like the world's happiest human.
The day after the Penguins' Tom Sestito drove the Jets' Toby Enstrom from behind into the boards, Mike Sullivan again answered for his enforcer being recalled.
The Penguins crushed the Jets, 7-4, Wednesday night at MTS Centre, so Nick Bonino's three-goal contribution could conceivably get lost.
Patric Hornqvist has a concussion and was sent back to Pittsburgh early Wednesday morning, Mike Sullivan confirmed.
"Good job. I respect you." Those were Blake Wheeler's five words for Evgeni Malkin after those two fought on their first shift.
No one could talk about the elephant in the room at MTS Centre, but maybe that's because Tom Sestito isn't the size of an elephant in scope or reality.
As many times as I've been here in the world's coldest big city, I'd never tried to do a full video taking people on a little tour.
The acronym MVP has become so self-standing that we can forget the middle term in there is valuable.
The Pirates and Cardinals are planning to move their Aug. 20 game, originally set for PNC Park, to Williamsport, Pa., a source told DKPittsburghSports.com Monday.
Conor Sheary stumbled over the response for a second. Which was hilarious, really.
One can trace the Pirates' lefty lineage all the way back to 1958, a streak of six decades with at least one lefty in the rotation.
Jim Rutherford hasn't been anything but astonishingly right in such a long time that the man's more than earned the benefit of the doubt, right?
Starling Marte took a pitch. Seriously, he watched it go right by. Didn't offer. Didn't even lean.