Patric Hornqvist is the most abused player in the NHL.
As I laid in my Cincinnati hotel bed thinking about shooting baseball Thursday ... I wasn't ready for it to start.
The Penguins faced two teams at home this weekend who fit the part of a team scratching, clawing, doing whatever it takes to find themselves in the playoffs.
Sticks break. Sticks get lost in play. When it happens to a defenseman, it should be a priority to fill the empty hands with a new piece of lumber.
The Penguins scored five goals by five different players Thursday night against the Sabres.
Yeah, Phil Kessel scored once before in this past week, breaking his 16 game drought, but it was a pretty greasy goal. It wasn’t a Phil Kessel goal. When it comes to...
Just after the Penguins' loss to the Blue Jackets Saturday, I published my View from Ice Level based on a locker room conversation with Jared McCann.
Nearly every media member was crowded around Evgeni Malkin when I got to the Penguins' locker room.
Unless I possess a complete misunderstanding of the game, Phil Kessel chirps ... a ... lot.
There are games where it's difficult to imagine what I'll write about in View from Ice Level as I'm watching, listening, shooting live from my portal to the NHL.
For more than a year, I've criticized Conor Sheary as someone who refuses to create chances for himself.
As Mike Sullivan confirmed following Penguins practice Wednesday afternoon, both Bryan Rust and Chad Ruhwedel are out "longer term" with lower and upper-body injuries, respectively.
Jared McCann scored what will go down as one of the season's most underrated highlight reel goals.
An interesting off-the-ice aspect to these outdoor games is the amount of media interest that they draw.
The hockey team from Pittsburgh defeated the hockey team from Philadelphia by a score of 6-2 ... and you aren't going to find the score sheet on NHL.com.
The top of our site following the Penguins' 4-0 loss to the Sharks features a photo of Tanner Pearson clenching his eyes as a brick-sized Evander Kane fist swings away.
The Penguins found themselves in the middle of a one goal game with five minutes remaining in the second period.
First off, I wanted to try something different in this View from Ice Level since a number of people have either commented, emailed or mentioned to me that they like...
The last time I photographed Evgeni Malkin playing hockey more meaningful than a practice, he played a dang good game. Then he got hurt.
The Penguins have been grasping for opportunities lately and, as I wrote last week in Florida, Bryan Rust has been one of the Penguins capable of providing said opportunities.