Shootouts can be a point of contention among fans. Is it a good way to decide the outcome of a game?
Penguins rookie defenseman John Marino underwent an operation Monday to repair what the team described as "facial fractures."
Dale Lolley and Chris Carter appeared on "The Subway Final Word" on our television partner WXPI with John Steigerwald and Alby Oxenreiter to talk Penguins, Steelers and Pirates.
The Penguins fended off the Florida Panthers, 3-2, Saturday night at BB&T Center, but that hardly hid their mounting lapses.
Who: Penguins (33-15-5) vs. Panthers (29-18-6). When: 7:08 p.m. Where: BB&T Center. TV: AT&T SportsNet
A source told DK Pittsburgh Sports that Penguins rookie defenseman John Marino's left cheekbone is broken in three places and will require surgery.
The Penguins' power play isn't exactly prolific these days, but it's got the potential to be ... if only they'd get moving.
Jared McCann's a quality hockey player. A character kid, too.
The Penguins were unable to generate a tying goal during a 5-on-3 power play that spanned 94 seconds during the third period.
Penguins GM Jim Rutherford has already opened talks with teams about making moves at the trade deadline. But it's a wait-and-see process.
Here we go again with another Live Qs!
Who: Penguins (33-14-5) vs. Lightning (33-15-5). When: 7:08 p.m. Where: Amalie Arena. TV: AT&T SportsNet
The Penguins keep winning, but a deeper dive shows they've taken some steps back in the past half-dozen games.
Tampa Bay, a popular choice to win the Stanley Cup, got off to a sputtering start, but has bounced back nicely and has won five of its past six games...
The Penguins' power play has run hot-and-cold in recent weeks, scoring two goals in four of the past eight games and none in the other four.
Matt Murray faces an easier workload than Tristan Jarry this season, but produces less impressive results.
Just made my weekly visit to the 105.9 the X studio and Mark Madden, talking Penguins and Pirates: