Harvard defenseman John Marino will be turning pro this season after signing with the Penguins. What type of player did the Penguins get in Marino?
The Penguins' top line performed the best with Dominik Simon on its wing last season, by a few different measures
The pairing of Evgeni Malkin and Phil Kessel wasn't so bad defensively when Jack Johnson wasn't on the ice.
Should the Penguins' defensemen pinch or not? Mike Sullivan loves it, but he also wants to cut down on odd-man breaks.
Barring a total transformation, Alex Galchenyuk, the Penguins' main acquisition in the Phil Kessel trade, will not be hard to play against.
Alex Galchenyuk has all the talent, all the pedigree, all the wow. So what will it take for the Penguins' recent acquisition to climb back to 30 goals?
Penguins goaltending prospect Emil Larmi reminds me a lot of Marc-Andre Fleury, both on and off the ice.
The Penguins' final selection of the 2019 draft was Finnish defenseman Santeri Airola, after the Penguins made a trade with the Sharks to acquire the seventh-round pick used to draft Airola.
The day before the Fourth, I featured Brandon Tanev's fireworks, such as they are.
Brandon Tanev brought a versatile, productive package to Winnipeg's fourth line, and he'll do likewise in Pittsburgh.
The Penguins acquired prospect Pierre-Olivier Joseph in the Phil Kessel trade on Saturday evening. What are his strengths and weaknesses? Here's a breakdown.
"I'm a big guy," Judd Caulfield said. "So, I like to be physical when I can, and play down low in the gritty areas."
By now, the entirety of the Penguins' fan base has been told the tale of Samuel Poulin and Nathan Legare, the team's top two picks in the NHL Draft over...
Samuel Poulin's got a lot to love. He's got the sturdy 6-foot-1, 216-pound frame, he'll confess to being "dirty" when it's appropriate.
It's Jack Hughes vs. Kaapo Kakko ... for one more day until they join either the Devils or Rangers atop this NHL Draft class.
Let's loosen the format a little and launch the time capsule back to the winter of, oh ... 1984 ... and check out a certain 6-foot-4 center prospect from the...
Dominik Kahun might well be the right choice to skate on Sidney Crosby's right wing. He's got the skill, he's got the speed, and he's capable of combining the two.