I fell in love with Bridgestone Arena while covering the Penguins' 2016-17 Stanley Cup run.
Welcome back to the new edition of Sunday's Best.
Patric Hornqvist is a warrior. That's never something anyone should question.
I never saw the way Justin Schultz scored his goal.
For this first View from the Dugout, I wanted to explain ... again ... why I love to shoot baseball so much.
Once a year, the Penguins take their jerseys off of their backs, literally, and hand them to fans who have been awarded a chance to take them home.
I've never, until the Penguins' 4-1 win over the Red Wings, seen two players inadvertently high stick each other in wildly different ways.
The Penguins and the Hurricanes played out a regular season playoff game Sunday night.
Patric Hornqvist is the most abused player in the NHL.
As I laid in my Cincinnati hotel bed thinking about shooting baseball Thursday ... I wasn't ready for it to start.
OK, enough of our readers were vocal that they wanted a place to talk about colleges. So, here it is.
The Penguins faced two teams at home this weekend who fit the part of a team scratching, clawing, doing whatever it takes to find themselves in the playoffs.
Sticks break. Sticks get lost in play. When it happens to a defenseman, it should be a priority to fill the empty hands with a new piece of lumber.
The Penguins scored five goals by five different players Thursday night against the Sabres.
Yeah, Phil Kessel scored once before in this past week, breaking his 16 game drought, but it was a pretty greasy goal. It wasn’t a Phil Kessel goal. When it comes to...