Just made my weekly visit to the 105.9 the X studios and Mark Madden, talking Penguins and Steelers, in that order.
Penguins star Sidney Crosby suffered an injury in the team's recent win over the Blackhawks. Now, a firm update and decision is expected 'soon.'
The Penguins have two prospects who are more borderline Liiga players -- 2019 seventh-round pick Santeri Airola and 2017 sixth-round pick Antti Palojarvi.
The current longest-tenured active Nailers player is the speedy center Cam Brown, back for his third season with the team.
The Penguins' latest two-goal rally wasn't enough in a 3-2 overtime loss to the Rangers Tuesday night at Madison Square Garden.
Sidney Crosby is seeing a core specialist in Philadelphia to examine the injury he sustained Saturday night, a firsthand source informed DK Pittsburgh Sports.
The Penguins have lost 64 man-games to injury this season, and the quality of players they've missed might be more impressive than the quantity.
Kris Letang, Justin Schultz, Matt Murray, and Bryan Rust tried their hand at fashion design this season, and the results are pretty neat.
In this episode of Morning Java, brought to you by GetGo Cafe+Market, Chris Carter and I talk about the fight in women's hockey to play in a viable league.
Sidney Crosby will not travel with the Penguins to New York after being injured in Saturday's game against the Blackhawks.
At the end of Penguins' training camp, Mike Sullivan meets with each of the prospects before they get sent down.
"We were talking about how fast they move the puck and how well they think the game," John Marino said. "There's a lot of similarities with the NHL, it was...
Team USA nearly rallied from an early three-goal deficit but ultimately fell to Canada, 5-3, in the second and final game of the joint women's camp at the Lemieux Complex.
The Penguins extended two streaks in their win over the Blackhawks on Saturday night.
Sidney Crosby left the Penguins' 3-2 shootout win over the Blackhawks at PPG Paints Arena on Saturday night in the third period.
The Penguins rallied yet again to beat the Chicago Blackhawks, 3-2 by shootout, Saturday night at PPG Paints Arena.
Olli Maatta is set to return to PPG Paints Arena tonight when the Penguins host the Blackhawks at 7 p.m.