The only thing harder than starting only two of the Penguins' previous eight games, Marc-Andre Fleury would attest, was being back Saturday night and still not seeing many pucks.
The Penguins' suddenly prolific power play, as easily evident with the eyes as through the statistics, has undeniably been rooted in one simple facet.
It was a momentary rush of hockey magic, how the Penguins moved the puck in a full-speed pack, back and forth, up and down, all five players' sticks taking possession.
Olli Maatta had no idea, I'm guessing, of the magnitude of the oxymoron that had just come from his mouth. And that was magnificently revealing in and of itself.
Evgeni Malkin's easy smack of a puck that found its way to him, at 8:33 of the third period, put the Penguins ahead for good in a 5-4 outgunning of...
Mike Sullivan had seen and heard enough. So he let out a roar. Which is precisely what the alpha-male in the pack tends to do.
This championship era for Pittsburgh's beloved hockey franchise didn't begin in 2009. No, this championship era began in June. Only not the June you're thinking.
Ten ticks were all that separated Ian Cole from the moment of a lifetime. And yet, for all that his outer sensations were screaming, he couldn't take his mind off...
Upon speaking with several folks inside the Penguins about Sidney Crosby's concussion, I can confidently share these five semi-conclusive stances.
The Penguins dropped the puck for the first time at the newly donned PPG Paints Arena on Wednesday, and dropped the game 5-2 against the Red Wings.
On one of Pittsburgh's busiest sports weekends of the year, the Penguins open camp, and that's fine by me.
Duncan Keith of the Blackhawks withdrew from Gary Bettman's Fake Olympics. Chicago management explained publicly that's in his "best interests" to focus on the NHL season.
As soon as it was announced that I’d be joining this staff, I received a text from one Josh Yohe.
HALIFAX, Nova Scotia — Coming into this weekend, we knew Sidney Crosby would have sports’ best trophy in his possession for longer than his allotted day — an honor fittingly bestowed on the...
Olli Maatta, the Penguins' defenseman, won't be fulfilling his Finnish military obligation this summer, after all.