Chase Berger didn't have to go far when he made the move to professional hockey.
The Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins have signed Penn State forward Chase Berger to an AHL-level contract for the 2019-20 season.
Wilkes-Barre/Scranton signed Boston College products Michael Kim and Chris Brown to amateur tryout contracts for the remainder of the 2018-19 season.
"I've always enjoyed playing in the bigger games," said Sam Lafferty. "I'm just looking forward to getting back at it."
The Penguins dipped into the pool of college free agents when they signed forward Jake Lucchini out of Michigan Tech last week.
Most every prospect has a similar answer if I ask about what they need to do in order to take the next step: They need to be consistent in their...
"It's always fun to be playing hockey," said Jimmy Hayes. "To be playing for a playoff spot, keep trying to play for my job, and to start playing for a...
Joseph Cramarossa "lived his dream" for one season. He's more determined than ever to get back to the NHL after being signed to a new contract.
Just a few years ago, Penguins forward prospect Joseph Blandisi was worried that his professional career was over before it even started.
"You just focus on where you're playing, and the team that you're with," Tristan Jarry said of his mindset this season. "There's nothing really you can do to control that....
Size and smooth skating don't typically go hand-in-hand for many hockey players. Rookie defenseman Matt Abt brings both to the table, though.
Wilkes-Barre/Scranton has terminated the contract of veteran defenseman Will O'Neill.
"I 100 percent think I could do that too," Anthony Angello said of Garrett Wilson's recall to Pittsburgh.
Technically, defenseman Jeff Taylor has already earned his first NHL call up.
"I'm just trying to get back to playing the way I know I can play in this league," Ryan Haggerty said.