Who: Penguins (39-24-11) vs. Predators (42-27-5). When: 8:08 p.m. Where: Bridgestone Arena. TV: AT&T Sports Net
Teddy Blueger might not be Evgeni Malkin -- who is? - but the rookie is showing that he has the chops to play in the NHL for years to come.
Just made my weekly hit on 105.9 the X with Mark Madden. We talked mostly Penguins, but also some of the usual Steelers stuff near the end.
The root causes in the Penguins' 3-2 shootout loss to Carolina were all too familiar: A lack of scoring and letting a late lead slip away.
Regular seasons have come to a close in junior and college hockey, and some prospects are already done playing for the year.
In some respects, it's fitting that Evgeni Malkin wasn't even the center of attention of a game in which he accomplished one of the NHL's rarest feats.
Penguins prospects, women’s hockey, the CBA, rules, advanced stats, anything goes. I’ll be answering your questions all day.
We talk about the Penguins' offense facing top-notch goaltending, NHL's lack of concern for crosschecking, and the Wheeling Nailers' interesting sleeping situation on their team bus.
Old-school Tuesday Takes before a business meeting this morning in Manhattan ...
Kris Letang is a game-time decision tonight vs. the Hurricanes. If he plays, it'll be his first game action in 24 days.
If adversity reveals character, the Penguins should have no problem. The injury to Evgeni Malkin is just their latest but GM Jim Rutherford likes his team's resolve.
"What happened?" Jack Johnson repeated my question back. "We gave up a four-on-two or three-on-two with, like, 15 seconds left. I mean ... that just can't happen."
Stop me if you've heard this before, but the Penguins blew a lead in the final seconds of regulation and ultimately lost to the Flyers in overtime.
Life in the ECHL is truly a grind.
Evgeni Malkin will be out of the Penguins' lineup 'week to week,' Mike Sullivan said Sunday night.