I just stumbled on this cute moment from February, and it's worth sharing.
Penguins prospect Nathan Legare became the fifth player to score back-to-back hat tricks in Baie-Comeau Drakkar history.
The QMJHL could ban fighting as early as the 2020-21 season.
The Penguins traded their top defense prospect, Calen Addison, to the Wild this week in the Jason Zucker trade.
Penguins prospect Santeri Airola is expected to sign with the Tampere Ilves of the Finnish Liiga, the top men's league in Finland.
Penguins top forward prospect Samuel Poulin had a huge week with three consecutive multi-point games for the Sherbrooke Phoenix in the QMJHL.
Penguins prospect Nathan Legare has been on a hot streak as of late.
Penguins defense prospect Calen Addison returned to Lethbridge this week after winning gold with Team Canada at the World Junior Championship.
Filip Hallander returned to game action on Dec. 28 for the first time since he fractured his foot on Sept. 17, his second game of the season.
Calen Addison will most likely play for Canada in the World Junior Championship this winter.
Penguins 2019 fifth-round pick Judd Caulfield was a standout this week.
When Hockey Canada released its roster for the World Junior team selection camp earlier this week, one notable absence was Penguins 2019 first-round pick Samuel Poulin.
Calen Addison scored the first hat trick of his career this week.
The Penguins must sign three of their prospects this summer or they lose the players' rights.
The Penguins have two prospects who are more borderline Liiga players -- 2019 seventh-round pick Santeri Airola and 2017 sixth-round pick Antti Palojarvi.
Penguins prospects Samuel Poulin and Nathan Legare played for Team QMJHL in its games this week.
The Penguins appear to have found some gems in the seventh round in recent years.
Prospect Watch is a weekly feature checking in on the Penguins' prospects playing in juniors, college, or Europe.