Is Trading Letang Actually A Good Thing?

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 will not respond because it is clear you only read the title. Now that we’ve gotten that out of the way, is trading Letang something … Continue reading Is Trading Letang Actually A Good Thing?

Penguins Fantasy Hockey Predictions

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 I believe should be on your roster regardless of your league size. I will also be noting a few players who could deserve a look … Continue reading Penguins Fantasy Hockey Predictions

Penguins Need Schultz to Fulfill an Important Role

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 the Oilers, Justin was simply not living up to be the potential Norris-winning defenseman that the team envisioned him to become. Fed up with the … Continue reading Penguins Need Schultz to Fulfill an Important Role

This Penguins Team is Much, Much Different

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 simply, the best of the world. While many will believe that winning a championship is the most daunting and difficult task for a club to … Continue reading This Penguins Team is Much, Much Different

Penguins Have Affinity For NCAA Players

Throughout the 2016-17 season we have seen a lot of new names in and out of the lineup for the Pittsburgh Penguins. Most of these names are young talent coming from the Penguins farm system. Names such as Chad Rudwedel, Scott Wilson, and Carter Rowney are in and out of the lineup due to injuries. Players like Phil Kessel, Conor Sheary, and Chris Kuntiz are … Continue reading Penguins Have Affinity For NCAA Players

Monday Morning Thoughts: Crosby The NHL’s Premier All-Star

– Sidney Crosby didn’t take home Sunday night’s All-Star Game MVP award. That went to Philadelphia Flyers forward Wayne Simmonds. Crosby did record his first two points ever in all star game competition. It’s only the second time he’s competed in an all star game competition due to various reasons such as injuries to Olympic participation. – As the Penguins return to PPG Paints Arena to … Continue reading Monday Morning Thoughts: Crosby The NHL’s Premier All-Star

COLUMN: Justin-Credible; The Growth of Schultz

Justin Schultz is happy. And why wouldn’t he be? He’s a Stanley Cup champion. He’s been given an opportunity that wasn’t given to him in Edmonton. And most importantly, he’s employed by an organization that has embraced him and given him a chance to succeed. It shows. We’ve all been witness to the growth of this young defenseman, and every second of it has been … Continue reading COLUMN: Justin-Credible; The Growth of Schultz