Calen Addison, the Penguins' second-round pick in this year's draft, is on the small side which isn't a big problem anymore in today's NHL.
The Penguins were relatively quiet in Dallas this weekend setting up what could be a busy July 1 at the start of free agency.
A capsule look at the Penguins' selections during Saturday's second day of the NHL Draft in Dallas.
Let's check out some of the fun moments and posts from this year's draft!
Mike Sullivan cleared the air on his relationship with Phil Kessel and his underwhelming play in the postseason.
The Penguins were quiet during the first round of the NHL Draft, typical of the first day here in Dallas.
Traditionally, Jim Rutherford has gotten done some of his biggest trades on the NHL draft floor. With the Penguins expected to be up against the cap, he'll have to get...
It's been a long journey for Patrik Allvin but the Penguins' director of amateur scouting is eager to make the shots this weekend at the NHL Draft in Dallas.
A look back at the 15 very best picks of Jim Rutherford over the last quarter century as an NHL general manager.
Rasmus Dahlin might be the franchise player that title-starved Buffalo sports fans have been longing for. The Swedish defenseman is the presumptive No. 1 pick in this weekend's NHL Draft.
The Penguins won't have a first-round pick for a fourth straight year. At some point, hopefully not too soon, it should catch up to them.
As expected, the Penguins have six picks in next weekend's NHL Draft, including the 53rd overall pick in the second round.
Washington's Alex Ovechkin delivered the dagger to the Penguins in Game 3, converting a 2-on-1 with Nicklas Backstrom with 1:07 left.
"We weren't perfect out there," Derick Brassard was telling me late Thursday night inside Capital One Arena. "We know we can do a lot better."
Reunited felt so good for Phil Kessel and Evgeni Malkin in Wednesday's 5-0 win over the Flyers that gave the Penguins a 3-1 series lead.
In football, it would be like assigning a linebacker to chip the opponent's tight end at the line of scrimmage.
Ivan Provorov rifled off a run of phrases to describe how he and his mates silenced the NHL's No. 1 power play.