What kind of a player did the Penguins get in Dominik Kahun? Let's take a look.
If it's true that good things happen to good people, what, pray tell, gets illustrated by Brad Marchand maybe costing the Bruins the Stanley Cup?
The storylines to St. Louis' first Stanley Cup are spectacular: First championship in the franchise's 52 years.
Tuukka Rask isn't the perfect goaltender. He isn't the biggest, though he stands 6 feet 3. He isn't the quickest, though he's still got the agility at age 33.
Colton Parayko might be on the cusp of becoming a Stanley Cup champion. He might also be handed the Conn Smythe Trophy.
Is it possible, I can't help but wonder, that the current Blues have a little too much Flyers in them
Hockey's a beautiful game. Hockey at its highest peak, from the Sochi Olympics to the Stanley Cup Final, is something else entirely.
I’ll take a look at the bad and the good in Letang’s 2018-19 season, and look at where things go from here.
I’ll take a look at the bad and the good in Phil Kessel's 2018-19 season, and look at where things go from here.
There was plenty to criticize in Evgeni Malkin's season, but there was a lot of good, too. I'll take a look at the bad, the good, and where things go...
Three games in. Zero goals. Zero points.
The Islanders' overtime goal by Josh Bailey was preventable by the Penguins many times over. Mostly by Kris Letang.
The Penguins were in a generous mood Saturday. They gave fans the jerseys off their backs and the Rangers the puck in a 4-3 overtime loss.
"I've been cold. This year has been a cold year for me in the goal-scoring department."
If Friday night's game against the Predators is any indication, Marcus Pettersson isn't going to lose his spot in the lineup without a fight.
For the better part of four decades now, the foundation of the NHL's Pittsburgh franchise, at least from this perspective, has been threefold.
The top line isn't the reason for the loss. The Penguins as a whole just didn't match the Blues' approach. But, man, it's rare to see that line have an outing...
Evgeni Malkin became the 88th player in NHL history to hit the 1,000th point mark with the secondary assist on Phil Kessel's power play goal in the third period.
"Giveaways" is a funny stat.
"I better shoot, like, 5,000 pucks and see if it'll change."
If the Penguins are going to make the playoffs, it's going to be with Sidney Crosby and Jake Guentzel leading the way.
On a night that saw the best 200-foot player in the game require only 21 seconds to beat the best goaltender in the game ... Sidney Crosby did so much...
I haven't shied away from criticizing Jack Johnson this season.
Evgeni Malkin scored a pair of goals Sunday, one a highlight-reel tally for the ages, offering further proof the Russian is emerging from his season-long slumber.
Connor McDavid might be the best player in the world. But when it comes to win and losses, he can't beat Sidney Crosby.