The Penguins have a lot of NHL defensemen. While they all aren’t bonafide superstars like Kris Letang and a healthy Justin Schultz, they’re league caliber defensemen nonetheless. The list of names in no particular order: Letang, Schultz, Brian Dumoulin, Jamie … Continue reading How to navigate the defensive conundrum
Pittsburgh Penguins’ defenseman Justin Schultz underwent successful surgery to repair a fracture in his lower left leg after suffering the injury Saturday night in Montreal. The Penguins made the official announcement Monday. Schultz’ skate was caught in the ice during … Continue reading Justin Schultz to miss four months
It’s hard to question anything Mike Sullivan does. His track record speaks for itself. Two Stanley Cup championships in his first three seasons. Getting the most out of his star players. He is already on a fast track towards coaching lure. … Continue reading Flavell: Is Sullivan giving Maatta too quick of a hook?
Before I get into my point, I want to make a public disclaimer: I am not necessarily on the “trade Letang” bandwagon. So if you tweet at me claiming I am stupid for wanting to get rid of Letang, I … Continue reading Is Trading Letang Actually A Good Thing?
Around this time of year, most people are focused on their upcoming fantasy football drafts and not too much so with hockey. I am here to help. Instead of previewing the entire league, I will be noting some Penguins who … Continue reading Penguins Fantasy Hockey Predictions
2016-17 Regular Season 78 GP, 12 G, 39 A, 51 PTS, +27, 34 PIM 2016-17 Playoffs 21 GP, 4 G, 9 A, 13 PTS, +3, 4 PIM Player Grade (A+) Justin Schultz was the hero we needed this season in … Continue reading Offseason Player Grades: Justin Schultz
The Pittsburgh Penguins have a log-jam on defense. As of July 26, just over two months until the 2017-2018 season begins, the Penguins currently have 9 defensemen that could possibly make the roster come October. This begs the question, which … Continue reading Odd Men Out
It’s been 25 days since the Penguins won the Stanley Cup (again) followed by the victory parade and I am riding just as high as I hope many Pens fans still are. I was in attendance at the 2016 parade … Continue reading What Penguins Would Have Fun Days With Cup?
Last season, Justin Schultz wasn’t too high on himself. The former college hockey standout with the Wisconsin Badgers was having the worst season of his career with a very upset Oilers franchise. Garnering high expectations ever since his inception with … Continue reading Penguins Need Schultz to Fulfill an Important Role
The second-most difficult task in professional sports is winning a championship. There’s many difficult layers and aspects to winning the highly desired prize, and many professional sports franchises are never able to call themselves the cream of the crop, or … Continue reading This Penguins Team is Much, Much Different