The Penguins and Capitals meet for the third time in as many years. Who has the upper hand this time?
At long last the NHL released its complete second-round schedule. The Penguins will face the Washington Capitals in Game 2 on Sunday.
With Evgeni Malkin and Carl Hagelin out for Game 1, Phil Kessel will have new linemates to work with Thursday in Washington.
The Penguins have signed center Linus Olund to a three-year, entry-level contract, it was announced today.
Another day, another practice without Evgeni Malkin and Carl Hagelin for the Penguins, who geared up for Thursday night's Game 1 in Washington.
The knock against the Capitals' defense the past two springs proved wholly legit.
A look back at the 10 previous postseason meetings between two of the NHL's biggest rivals, the Penguins and Capitals.
The Penguins will open their second-round series against the Capitals Thursday night at 7 p.m at Washington's Capital One Arena.
Derick Brassard's line with Conor Sheary and Bryan Rust might hold the key for the Penguins in their second-round matchup vs. Washington.
First thought that pops to mind at the mention of the Capitals? Alexander Ovechkin.
The Penguins took to the ice at their practice facility on Tuesday but were again without the Evgeni Malkin and Carl Hagelin.
It all seems familiar, doesn't it? The Penguins, seemingly in control vs. an inferior Flyers team.
The Penguins will meet the Washington Capitals for a record 11th time and third time in three years in the second round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs.
Conor Sheary lifted his chin, leveraged the puck, revved up his skates and began ripping up the ice.
So much about the Penguins' performance in Game 6 elevated so many existing concerns.
Wilkes-Barre/Scranton might be down 2-0 in the best-of-5 first round series, but Tristan Jarry has been solid in his back-to-back starts.
Sidney Crosby's slightly less famous linemates had their fingerprints on the Penguins' 8-5 series-clinching win over the Flyers.