Rutherford has an eye on free agency. Are there any centers? His intent is to cut more salary to get it done. We also know he is shopping RFAs Matt Murray and Jared McCann.
by: N/A — Hockey Buzz 9 Sep
A few things have gone under the radar. The Penguins have extended both Jusuo Riikola and Chad Ruhwedel as depth players. He signed a one year extension which runs until 2022.
by: Dave Stevenson — Fansided: Puck Prose 8 Sep
Trading Kris Letang would make absolutely zero sense for the Pittsburgh Penguins. Three things are certain in life – death, taxes, and trade rumors abou...
by: Geoff Baker — The Seattle Times 8 Sep
Inside the NHL Seattle-area hockey fixture Jamie Huscroft chuckles knowingly at the reality of another year without a Stanley Cup championship north of the border. For new NHL fans unfamiliar, it’s become a yearly tradition to note that no Canadian...
by: Matthew Zator — The Hockey Writers 7 Sep
Ranking the 31 NHL teams based on their defencemen wasn't easy, trying to find the balance between star power and depth since it takes both to win.
by: Seth Rorabaugh — Tribune-Review 28 Aug
The Penguins signed defenseman Chad Ruhwedel to a one-year contract extension Friday. This deal will cover the 2021-22 season and carries a salary cap hit of $750,000. Ruhwedel, 30, is entering the final year of a two-year contract with a salary cap...
by: Matt Vensel / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette — Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 28 Aug
The Penguins announced Friday that they had tacked another season onto the contract of Chad Ruhwedel, signing the defenseman through 2021-22. The final...
by: Mike Darnay — SB Nation: PensBurgh 28 Aug
The Penguins defenseman will be under contract for another year.
by: @penguins — NHL: Pittsburgh Penguins 28 Aug
The deal will kick in following the 2020-21 season and run through the 2021-22 season, carrying an average annual value of $750,000.
by: Mark Madden — Tribune-Review 10 Aug
That playoff series between the Penguins and Montreal didn’t go quite as expected. For example, I picked the Penguins in two. But nobody picked Montreal. Not one single person. No one thought the Canadiens would win, not even those in their dressing...