Bryan Rust and Matt Murray have been a key part of the Penguins’ resurgence lately. They need to continue their hot ways. Continue reading Flavell: Rust, Murray key to revival of Penguins’ season
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?
In winning the Stanley Cup in 2015, the Penguins found a recipe for success: depth on all four lines. They took that advice into 2016 and did it again. In 2017, the Penguins again bolstered this with the mid-season Derick Brassard … Continue reading Flavell: Pens’ bottom-six as lethal as it’s been
There seems to be an ever-growing panic in Penguins FanLand that the Penguins made the wrong decision getting rid of Marc-Andre Fleury and keeping the younger alternative in Matt Murray. Should this be something the Penguins should actually be worried … Continue reading Should We Really Be Worried About Matt Murray?
As a head coach there’s only so much you can do to lead a team to victory. It’s on you to make the proper lineups, the right game plan, the correct preparation and adjustments, and of course, some motivation. At … Continue reading Is Mike Sullivan The Best at Challenges?
The Penguins just have a way with handling their goaltending situation and it’s been a huge reason why they’ve won Stanley Cups in consecutive years. But this time around, it feels a little weird. The Penguins and Marc-Andre Fleury‘s tenure came … Continue reading Jarry Ready To Take The Reigns
I grew up playing at the end of a now unrecognizable hockey era. We were literally taught to clutch and grab. There was an actual back checking drill where you’d hook a guy through the neutral zone so he couldn’t … Continue reading Deep Attack
Somehow, we are less than a month away from the puck being dropped on the 2017-18′ season. I guess that’s what happens when you go to the Stanley Cup Finals and don’t spend two extra months watching other teams play … Continue reading COLUMN: This Season Feels Different
How far will people go to find a narrative? In the past few weeks, several Pittsburgh Sports Media figures have been doing their best Toronto impression and have attempted to make a case for as to why Phil Kessel should … Continue reading KesselMania
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