Sidney Crosby hasn't scored many power play goals this season but his slap shot on Saturday was certainly a memorable one.
Teddy Blueger finally made his long-awaited NHL debut on Wednesday, a 4-2 win over the Lightning at PPG Paints Arena.
Phil Kessel gets a bad rap for his defensive play. You could have fooled Derek Stepan and the Coyotes in overtime on Friday night.
What kind of player did the Penguins get in Joseph Blandisi? Let's take a look.
In a clash of Norris Trophy candidates Tuesday night in San Jose, Kris Letang delivered a highlight reel goal in the Penguins' 5-2 loss.
Phil Kessel hasn't had much in the way of five-on-five support from his linemates of late, so it'd be complete conjecture to suggest he emerged hellbent on doing it all...
As the Penguins get their season back on track, so does Evgeni Malkin.
With Evgeni Malkin slumping, the Penguins' second line hadn't been producing. On Wednesday, that trio showed some signs of life.
Whether he's been playing on the right side or the left, the Penguins power play still runs though Phil Kessel, who can pass as well as he shoots.
Zach Aston-Reese scored a highlight-reel goal on a gorgeous slap-pass from Kris Letang that usually goes to Sidney Crosby.
Bryan Rust and the Penguins were the recipients of some early Christmas presents from the Minnesota Wild in Thursday night's 2-1 win.
After going 30 games without a short-handed goal, the Penguins scored their second in as many nights in their 4-3 OT win over the Kings. No one should have been...
"I thought it was his best game of the year," said Mike Sullivan. "I thought he was physical, I thought he went to the net, he was shooting the puck."
A slumping hockey player with a scoring history is bound to score ... in bunches. That's the sport's time-tested sentiment, and it pops to life on rinks worldwide.
Derick Brassard scored the tying goal in the Penguins' 2-1 shootout win over the Islanders after being moved backt to the left wing.
Kris Letang sure is making an early case to be a Norris Trophy candidate come June. He was on another level Thursday night in a 6-2 win over the Islanders.
6-feet-3 Marcus Pettersson took advantage of his long reach in his Penguins debut Tuesday, a 6-3 win.
The Penguins needed a timely shot block, and they sent out their smallest player to get it done.