Former Penguins can’t help current team

Shut up about the Vegas Golden Knights. Not about the great story of an expansion team reaching excellence on the rest of the league’s mistakes. Tell that to everybody – it’s awesome. No, stopping bringing up the former Penguins on that team like they could be the savior to all our problems. “Fleury would have saved that”. “Wilson wouldn’t be running around like a spineless … Continue reading Former Penguins can’t help current team

Depth scoring the key to making another deep run

In this era of Penguins history, it is common to lean on Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin to lead the team to glory. The strategy has worked perfectly in the championship runs of 2009 and 2017 where the superstars combined for 67 and 55 points respectively. Both runs saw the duo outscore their next teammate by wide margins and ultimately will their team to the … Continue reading Depth scoring the key to making another deep run

Inconsistent Penguins Go As Far As Crosby Takes Them

The Pittsburgh Penguins have struggled through their first 13 games as defending back to back Stanley Cup Champions. Many narratives have been drawn upon for why this has happened to start the season.  Whether it be a very difficult schedule, suspect goaltending, or the lasting effect of playing the most playoff games in a two year stretch in NHL history, the play on the ice … Continue reading Inconsistent Penguins Go As Far As Crosby Takes Them