For the second time in 24 hours, the Penguins will face another team desperate to get into playoff contention.
Jim Rutherford's more a sniper than a general manager. He sees the target, squints his eye, squeezes the trigger and ... blam!
The Penguins acquired Derick Brassard from the Senators in a trade that sent Ian Cole, goaltending prospect Filip Gustavsson and a first-round draft pick to Ottawa.
Even after all the Derick Brassard trade was done, one question lingered: Why would Vegas come riding to the Penguins' rescue?
The Penguins added two forward prospects to their pool in Friday's three-team trade.
Patric Hornqvist declared himself good to go after Friday's morning skate at PNC Arena. Barring any last minute setbacks, technically it's a game-time decision, it would appear that he'll be...
Thanks to the magic of texting and FaceTime, Tom Kuhnhackl was at least able to take in a small part of Germany's historic upset of Canada in the Olympics on...
Unable to land Michael Grabner from the Rangers, Jim Rutherford has turned his attention toward the Senators' Derick Brassard, according to reports.
This is all starting to feel like setting the stage, isn't it? Meaning for a significant Jim Rutherford move.
How do the Penguins beat the Carolina Hurricanes? Getting a healthy Patric Hornqvist back in the lineup can't hurt.
Ray Shero beat the Penguins to the punch Thursday night, acquiring potential Penguins trade target Michael Grabner from the Rangers in exchange for a second-round pick and a prospect.
Conor Sheary might be on the way out, and he seems to grasp that.
The morning after his sister scored in the United States' Olympic gold medal triumph in PyeongChang, Phil Kessel looked relieved.
The Penguins welcomed Patric Horqnvist back to practicing Thursday, but he was wearing a white non-contact sweater.
The world was different in 1980. Cable TV, home computers and car phones were just starting to become popular.
Ian Cole's third season in Pittsburgh has been his most trying, but he's still here and focused on winning a third straight Stanley Cup, not the NHL trade deadline.
Ryan Reaves declined to address the racial incident in Chicago last weekend but the Penguins tough guy says it's nothing he hasn't heard before. Just not in the NHL.