The acronym MVP has become so self-standing that we can forget the middle term in there is valuable.
Frank Corrado appeared very energized at the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton practice facility on Saturday morning despite the 72 or so hectic hours that preceded the skate.
Conor Sheary stumbled over the response for a second. Which was hilarious, really.
The NHL trade deadline is always on the mind this time of year, and I couldn’t resist taking another pass at The Trade that Started It All back in 1991.
Jim Rutherford hasn't been anything but astonishingly right in such a long time that the man's more than earned the benefit of the doubt, right?
One player who seems to have regained his scoring touch is second-year forward Dominik Simon, and he has a U.S. Hockey Hall of Famer to thank for it.
For a full second or two or even three, the moment, amazingly, was almost exclusively Matt Cullen's to savor.
Things are different when hockey comes to Heinz Field. It's not the game. It's not the points. It's not the satisfaction of victory over your one true rival.
PPG Paints, based in Downtown Pittsburgh, is expanding its branding initiative from the local hockey scene to the whole North American hockey community,
The Penguins' blue line took another hit in Tuesday night's 3-1 win over the Hurricanes at PNC Arena.
Frustration was mounting and Sidney Crosby had seen enough.
Fatigue seems to be the least of Mike Sullivan's worries as the Penguins prepare to play the Hurricanes tonight at PNC Arena.
A Sunday afternoon game in Providence was somewhat of a homecoming for Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins defenseman David Warsofsky.
Sidney Crosby was formally recognized for achieving 1,000 points, and it was done in style, befitting a franchise that's long carried itself in a first-class way.
"Big game. Rivalry. Huge game." So spoke Sergei Bobrovsky after his Blue Jackets outlasted the Penguins in overtime, 2-1, Friday night at Nationwide Arena.
Thursday night at PPG Paints Arena belonged to Sidney Crosby, but it was Evgeni Malkin who beat the Jets' best defenseman, then beat the Jets.
Two of the Jets' most rugged players took down the Penguins' Justin Schultz, then Olli Maatta, both via questionable hits Thursday night.