They broke away from the low ceiling Connor Hall types and invested in players that have a history of producing offense. Will he pan out? I dont know. His ceiling his higher.
by: Hooks Orpik — SB Nation: PensBurgh 22 Jun
Tonight is the night, will the Penguins pull the trigger on a trade?
by: Nick Vucic — Fansided: Pens Labyrinth 21 Jun
The 2018-2019 National Hockey League season is about to officially kick-off for the Pittsburgh Penguins with the first round of the NHL Entry Draft on Frid...
by: Jonathan Bombulie — Tribune-Review 21 Jun
The NHL salary cap will rise $4.5 million from $75 million last season to $79.5 million next season, the league and its players association announced ...
by: N/A — Hockey Buzz 21 Jun
The Penguins are one of those teams and will definitely need the space to keep the status quo. I have Sheahan at 2.0M while Matt has him at 1.8M. Hint, hes not.
by: Tim Benz — Tribune-Review 20 Jun
Tuesday was a busy day for the Phil Kessel trade rumor mill. The Athletic reported that a trade of Kessel wouldn't exactly be a one-way ...
by: Jonathan Bombulie — Tribune-Review 19 Jun
The Penguins have signed winger Tobias Lindberg, one of the pieces they acquired in the Derick Brassard deal last season, to a one-year contract, the ...
by: N/A — Hockey Buzz 19 Jun
Teams are getting better at being proactive about keeping their valuable players. Pittsburgh doesnt have flashy UFA money to spend even with the cap going up. Thanks for reading!