Why did the Penguins sign Samuel Poulin and Nathan Legare now when they aren't turning pro yet?
Rookies Samuel Poulin, Nathan Legare will head to the minors. But the Penguins considered having one or both on the opening-day roster.
Sunday morning the Penguins announced the signing of first-round pick Samuel Poulin to a three-year entry-level contract.
Prospects tournaments like the one in Buffalo give young players an opportunity to showcase their skills before training camp begins.
Who are the Penguins' top prospects in 2019? Let's rank the top 10.
Samuel Poulin and Nathan Legare, the Penguins' top two picks in the NHL Draft, both impressed again on the first day of development camp.
For a player who wasn’t even supposed to be here, and who barely took the field at the Triple-A level, Bryan Reynolds has quickly turned into an indispensable part of the...
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.
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.
The NHL had many first-round draft picks fill out fun questionnaires ahead of draft day, which were then shared on social media after the player was drafted.
What: 2019 NHL Draft, Round 1. When: 8 p.m. Eastern. Where: Rogers Arena. TV: NBC Sports
The Penguins are locked in at 21st overall in the first round. Who are some potential players the Penguins could take with that pick? Let's take a look.