The Penguins' offseason is in full swing. In this week's social media update, I'll take a look at their offseason activities thus far.
by: Melissa Nelson — Fansided: Pens Labyrinth 22 May
The Pittsburgh Penguins hope of a three-peat were dashed for the first time since 1994, when the Washington Capitals defeated them in the playoffs with a 4...
by: Josh Yohe — The Athletic 21 May
The Penguins have been eliminated from the Stanley Cup playoffs for almost two weeks but plenty of...
by: Matthew Rodrigopulle — Fansided: Pens Labyrinth 18 May
Last season, the Pittsburgh Penguins lost defenceman Ron Hainsey to the Toronto Maple Leafs during free agency. Due to losing one of our precious, Stanley ...
by: email@example.com (Lyle Richardson) — Sporting News 18 May
Big names like Phil Kessel and Kris Letang have been floated in trade speculation after the Penguins' three-peat fell short. More likely, Jim Rutherford's roster tweaks will be smaller.
by: Craig Morgan May 18, 2018 at 12:24 pm — Arizona Sports 18 May
When all of the Coyotes exit meetings had ended in mid-April, coach Rick Tocchet gave his staff a directive: Take a few weeks off to recharge and reflect on the season.
by: N/A — Philly.com 18 May
Legalized sports gambling will have its pros and cons - and will put athletes, coaches, and officials under a bigger microscope.
by: Pat Damp — The Sports Daily: The Pensblog 17 May
Are you a National Hockey League player struggling for acceptance from your team’s local media and fan base? Have you been described as enigmatic despite a statline that should command first line contracts and endless praise? Do you find yourself...
by: Hooks Orpik — SB Nation: PensBurgh 17 May
Chatter is hitting the rounds about Kris Letang. Why it shouldn’t be serious. Again.