CRANBERRY TOWNSHIP, Pa. — Marc-Andre Fleury and Ian Cole both expressed hope that they could rejoin the Penguins for the next game, Saturday against the Islanders, though Mike Sullivan wouldn’t confirm...
This place didn't save my life. But it very much gave me life. It was the spring of 1996, and yet there was none of the fresh feel that the...
There wasn't much for the Penguins to cull from the actual outcome of their 1-0 loss to the Jets Sunday night at MTS Centre. It was an abysmal bore.
They're called "hope plays." Or at least they're called that by Mike Sullivan. And he's cited the term so often it's already become essential to the Penguins' lexicon.
ST. PAUL, Minn. — The Penguins returned to the ice Saturday morning after the four-day Christmas break with a triple-jolt of good news: Sidney Crosby, Evgeni Malkin and Kris Letang...
Mike Sullivan might never win a Stanley Cup in Pittsburgh. He might not make the playoffs next spring.
Evgeni Malkin had just skated pretty much the circumference of the Consol Energy Center ice surface.
Not much about Mike Sullivan's debut behind the Penguins' bench Monday looked terribly different from far too many games under Mike Johnston.
For whatever words Jim Rutherford lacked Friday night when he gave me that terribly telling grunt, the man sure found all the right words the following morning.
The Penguins are playing better. But just to be sure, I put that to a couple of prominent players after the 3-2 shootout loss to the Kings.
The Penguins will be without Kris Letang again Friday night against the visiting Kings, but it’ll be a new issue holding him out. Letang sustained an upper-body injury two nights...
Mike Johnston is still employed ... why, exactly? Man, I won't even make it past three paragraphs with this one, will I?
I'm thankful to have been perched up in Consol Energy Center's press box for this bit of Evgeni Malkin magic Wednesday night.
No human can make contact with Sidney Crosby's sticks. Totally serious about this.
If the Penguins aren't "mad at each other," to borrow Evgeni Malkin's already infamous phrase from Newark over the weekend, then they probably ought to be.
Here's the part I don't understand about the Penguins' seriously psycho 17-game start: If they don't want Mike Johnston to be coach, why is he still coach?
A dozen years and not nearly enough NHL goals ago, I made a rookie mistake as a reporter covering the Penguins. Mario Lemieux had just scored a superb overtime goal.