2018 Penguins Mock NHL Draft

One of my favorite times of the year in professional sports is the draft. Plenty of new names entering the league, some with high potential to be franchise leaders while some become fascinating role players in the league. Two-hundred and seventeen names will be called this weekend as a new crop of NHL prospects enter the fold. Jim Rutherford and his team have been hard … Continue reading 2018 Penguins Mock NHL Draft

Why the Penguins will win the Stanley Cup (Part 1)

In a two-part series, I am going to take a look at what the Penguins have in their favor going towards April and the playoffs as well as what could be a potential road block. Mike Sullivan and his Penguins are en route to the big stage of the NHL playoffs again, but what are the strengths and weaknesses of the back-to-back champs? Elite Forward … Continue reading Why the Penguins will win the Stanley Cup (Part 1)

Penguins trade deadline thoughts: The quiet approach

The 2017-18 NHL season is coming to the home stretch before the Stanley Cup playoffs. Teams are starting to establish themselves as contenders or settle for selling assets and hoping to win the Dahlin lottery. After some early season rough patches, the Penguins are clicking like they’ve shown us they can – Phil Kessel is a Hart contender, Evgeni Malkin is score again and Sidney … Continue reading Penguins trade deadline thoughts: The quiet approach

Tom Kuhnhackl Affected By Olympic Decision

In April of 2017, the National Hockey League announced that it would not have its players go to the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea. Plenty of people were not pleased with the loss of a potentially great Olympics featuring Penguins Sidney Crosby, Evgeni Malkin and other highly touted NHLers. Despite the unpopular decision, the NHL was adamant that the decision was final. Fast … Continue reading Tom Kuhnhackl Affected By Olympic Decision