It’s no surprise that Penguins fan’s patience for Jim Rutherford is growing thinner by the day, especially after a streak of signings and trades that left writers and fans baffled. Jim Rutherford has often been given a pass by fans … Continue reading Andrews: Assessing Jim Rutherford’s tenure in Pittsburgh
There is no better feeling than when hockey fever is finally back in the air. Penguins’ fans had their longest off-season in three years. With training camp around the corner, storylines for the new season have begun to surface as teams are talking to the media and players are taking the ice. For the Penguins, however, the story … Continue reading Penguins and Crosby have ‘something to prove’
The 2018 offseason is about to start to pick up with the draft being less then a month away. Rumors will swirl and players will be dealt leading up to and throughout the draft. It’s an exciting time for hockey … Continue reading Best trade partners for the Penguins
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 … Continue reading Depth scoring the key to making another deep run
The Penguins made a splash on Saturday acquiring Riley Sheahan and a fifth round draft choice for Scott Wilson and a third rounder. The hope is that Sheahan can fill the third-line center void left by the departures of Nick Bonino and Matt Cullen. This … Continue reading What Will Sheahan Bring To Pittsburgh?
The Penguins and their fans couldn’t ask for much more out of Jim Rutherford and the job he’s done as the General Manager of the team. The majority of his moves haven’t just been successful, but some of the hard-to-swallow … Continue reading Rutherford Content With Internal Options at Third-Line Center
Let me start by saying that Sidney Crosby is deserving of the Conn Smythe. I do believe it should’ve gone to Evgeni Malkin but Crosby was just about as equally deserving. But let’s make no mistake about it, had it been possible … Continue reading COLUMN: The Non-Move That Won The Pens A Cup
In the Stanley Cup Finals, the Pittsburgh Penguins and Nashville Predators are tied at two games a piece heading into game five of the best of seven series. And yet, people are still unsatisfied. Walk around downtown and you hear … Continue reading COLUMN: Sit Back, Relax, And Enjoy
Hear me out. You may or may not agree with my stance. Just read it and let me know your thoughts. I’m not advocating for the Penguins to do this but it’s just a counterpoint. But what if the Penguins … Continue reading What if…the Penguins Traded Murray?
In a league where job security is a very hard thing to come by, you must win and do so consistently. No one knows more about that over the last calendar year than Mike Sullivan. As the head coach of … Continue reading COLUMN: No One Better For The Job