Evgeni Malkin had no intention of ungluing Matt Murray. Just undressing him.
There are so many superlatives to describe when someone is having a tremendous day.
Sidney Crosby clearly wanted no part of the discussion or debate. Right up until he had a chance to cast his own vote the best way he knows how.
The Maple Leafs will pose a challenge tonight at Scotiabank Arena. And from the Penguins' perspective, it just might be the right challenge at the right time.
Jake Guentzel has established himself as one of the best playoff performers. Now he's starting to carry that success into the regular season.
Sidney Crosby doesn’t have a goal through five games. Patrick Hornqvist doesn’t have a goal through five games.
The Penguins have officially placed Justin Schultz on long-term injured reserve.
In what might be his last start in a while, Casey DeSmith was solid once again in net but not good enough to help the Penguins steal two points.
It hasn't been a week since Dejan Kovacevic, Chris Bradford and I recorded Morning Java after the Penguins' win over the Golden Knights and discussed Phil Kessel's unstoppable shot.
James Conner, Le'Veon Bell's erstwhile backup, has long since left the realm of great human interest story and entered that of the NFL's best running backs.
The Penguins have a definitive No. 1 goaltender, but Mike Sullivan will start Casey DeSmith over Matt Murray tonight against the Vancouver Canucks.
The Penguins recalled Jeff Taylor from Wilkes-Barre/Scranton in a paper move to maximize cap relief.
"I always kind of knew I wanted to end up back here, close to home," Zac Lynch said of playing with the Nailers.
"We're getting better, but it's a work in progress." Those were Cam Heyward's final words to me Sunday night in Cincinnati.
Justin Schultz will miss four months after undergoing surgery to repair a fracture in his lower left leg, the Penguins announced Monday morning.
The anticipated Pittsburgh debut of Elias Pettersson won't happen Tuesday. The 19-year-old rookie is out with a concussion.
Long-term injured reserve in the NHL comes with salary cap relief. How does it work, though?