Penguins prospects, women’s hockey, the CBA, rules, advanced stats, anything goes.
We talk about the Penguins victory over the Panthers, the negative results of the game's fights, and analyze the special teams in a sloppy night of hockey.
Patric Hornqvist and Zach Aston-Reese both left Tuesday's 5-1 win over the Panthers with injuries.
Nothing's changed for Matt Murray. And that, if you ask me, is the best part of everything that actually has changed for him.
Penguins goaltending prospect Alex D'Orio finally has a chance to win this season.
Kris Letang is nearing his 32nd birthday and is a veteran of 12-plus NHL seasons. He has skated more than 20,000 combined minutes.
In Tuesday night's win over the Panthers, the Penguins didn't have their best but they showed they can win outside their comfort zone.
If you've got questions about Sidney Crosby, Matt Murray or the All-Star Game (again, let's try to limit the Derick Brassard questions to two or three!), I've got your answers.
It didn't take long for the Penguins to get on the board, and then it didn't take long for them to do it again ... but prettier.
The Panthers' Alekander Barkov might fly under the radar playing in South Florida, but the Penguins are well aware of the young Finn's ability.
"I'm just trying to get back to playing the way I know I can play in this league," Ryan Haggerty said.
Old habits die hard for Tom Barrasso.
We talk about Justin Schultz's road to recovery, the underappreciated talents of Florida Panthers' forward Aleksander Barkov, the the Steelers parting ways with their running backs coach.
Good evening, Lunatics! It's five o'clock somewhere, and that means it's time for another Live Q's.
Who: Penguins (23-13-6) vs. Panthers (17-16-7). When: 7:08 p.m. Where: PPG Paints Arena. TV: AT&T SportsNet