What are some takeaways from the Penguins' three-on-three tournament?
There are more players from Finland than any other European country at Penguins development camp, and they outnumber all of the other Europeans attending the camp combined.
"I'm a big guy," Judd Caulfield said. "So, I like to be physical when I can, and play down low in the gritty areas."
What: Penguins development camp tournament When: 7:00 p.m., morning skates at 10:30 a.m. Where: Lemieux Complex
Filip Hallander has established himself as a prospect to watch in the Pittsburgh Penguins system — and for good reason.
Alex D'Orio's final year of junior hockey in the QMJHL was a valuable learning experience.
Samuel Poulin and Nathan Legare, the Penguins' top two picks in the NHL Draft, both impressed again on the first day of development camp.
What: Penguins development camp When: 9:30 a.m. Where: Lemieux Complex
Zachary Lauzon is just grateful to be at Penguins development camp.
Scouts like Calen Addison's skating and his offensive instincts, the way he's able to move the puck and how he is committed at both ends of the ice.
What: Penguins development camp, When: 1 p.m., Where: Lemieux Complex
The Penguins invited 17 undrafted free agents to this week's development camp. Who are they? Here's a breakdown.
Here are links to all of our draft coverage from Vancouver, led by Dave and myself.
The Penguins' development camp has become a staple of their off-season schedule, much like the NHL draft and the free-agent signing period.
By now, the entirety of the Penguins' fan base has been told the tale of Samuel Poulin and Nathan Legare, the team's top two picks in the NHL Draft over...
The Penguins have invited 41 players to this summer's prospect development camp, to be held June 26-28 at the Lemieux Complex.
What can the CHL's transfer agreement with the NHL tell us about the paths some prospects will take?
Penguins goaltending prospect Alex D'Orio is pretty familiar with draft picks Samuel Poulin and Nathan Legare.
It's been three decades since the Canadiens won their 24th and most recent Stanley Cup, and it's been nearly as long since the Nordiques bid au revoir to Quebec.
The Penguins traded up to select forward Nathan Legare in the third round.
The Penguins' final pick of the 2019 NHL Draft was Finnish defenseman Santeri Airola.
The Penguins' final selection of the draft was forward Valtteri Puukstinen, selected in the seventh round
The Penguins selected right wing Judd Caulfield with the fifth-round pick of the NHL draft.
The Penguins selected forward Samuel Poulin with their first-round pick, 21st overall, in the NHL Draft.
Samuel Poulin's got a lot to love. He's got the sturdy 6-foot-1, 216-pound frame, he'll confess to being "dirty" when it's appropriate.
What: 2019 NHL Draft, Round 1. When: 8 p.m. Eastern. Where: Rogers Arena. TV: NBC Sports