Kris Letang has a hole in his heart. That's what the medical records show. It's barely the size of a pencil point, as doctors diagnosed a couple years ago.
Mike Sullivan left no doubt the day after the Penguins’ Game 5 loss in the Stanley Cup Final that he believes in his starting goaltender. “I’m sure Matt will respond...
Worrying is what we Pittsburghers do best. Heck, we're champs at it, if you can pardon any pain associated with that word this morning.
Evgeni Malkin is a child. Let the official ledger of the Stanley Cup Final record that for posterity.
SAN JOSE, Calif. — Ask Matt Murray if he’s relieved to have Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final behind him, just some simple small talk, and you’ll get what I got...
The Penguins were "good but not great" in Game 3, as Ben Lovejoy pointedly put it, so they'll need to push harder.
Matt Murray blew it. The Penguins can't say it. There's no way they could say it. Nor should they.
"You never know when you're going to have another chance at a championship," Billy Guerin was saying. And he grasps that.
The Stanley Cup Final has been all about speed. If, by speed, you mean depth.
It's not as if Sidney Crosby was going all Babe Ruth and calling his own shot. If only because it was never going to be his shot.
There won't be any topping Brent Burns' analysis of Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final, so let's begin by bowing out of the big man's way.
The Capitals produced the most points in the NHL's regular season and were, by virtue of that body of work, broadly regarded as the league's best.