Some of the most remarkable accomplishments that GM Jim Rutherford completed when transitioning the Pittsburgh Penguins team to this 2017 season was keeping pretty much all of the roster in tact and together. The only player that the Penguins lost … Continue reading Ranking The Biggest Player Losses Due to Free Agency
Regular Season Statistics GP 56, G 5, A 14, PTS 19, +7, PIM 37 Playoffs Statistics GP 21, G 1, A 4, PTS 5, +7, PIM 24 Player Grade: (A-) The minus comes because Trevor Daley produced less points this … Continue reading Offseason Player Grades: Trevor Daley
The Penguins are again bitten by the injury bug. It seems year after year the Penguins must overcome these injuries. But it’s even worse this year after stars like Evgeni Malkin and Kris Letang have been out longer term. Now with … Continue reading Will Injuries Hamper The Pens’ Chances?
So I’ve decided that every Monday morning, I will put out a weekly series giving my takes on the Penguins with some opinions. Starting next week, I’ll also address some tweets I find throughout the week regarding the Penguins. I … Continue reading Monday Morning Thoughts: Not Pleased With Hagelin
For those of you who love Pittsburgh’s baseball team, I apologize. This phrase doesn’t really apply to your team anymore. This really applies to Pittsburgh’s hockey team. The one at the ‘Paint Can’ on 1001 Fifth Avenue in Pittsburgh. In … Continue reading Pride, Passion, Pittsburgh…Penguins?
I feel it. You can feel it. The electricity is in the air from the Pittsburgh Penguins’ transition into the upcoming title defense season. How can you defend a Cup without you’re defense? It’s nearly impossible to retain a whole … Continue reading 2016 Penguins Preview: Defenseman
A deal that many people saw as improbable, the Penguins resigned Justin Schultz to a one year, $1.4 million contract. With veteran defenseman Ben Lovejoy leaving the Penguins in free agency, there was still a need for another defenseman. Derrick … Continue reading Schultz Signing Bolsters Penguins Defense
Wave after wave, player after player. The Pittsburgh Penguins prospect pool may not be as bad as it once seemed to be. Admittedly, I dreaded the thought of injuries within the big club heading into the season when no big … Continue reading How Deep This ‘Prospect’ River Runs
By Sidney Mahan (@PuckSniper_3) as well as other Penguins fans AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHH! That’s my honest response when people ask me how I’m doing after the Pittsburgh Penguins went from a rough regular season start to an incredible playoff run that resulted in the … Continue reading The Champs in the Stands
By Sidney Mahan (@PuckSniper_3) Let me start off by saying I am delighted to type the following words: the Pittsburgh Penguins are four wins away from their fourth Stanley Cup in franchise history, and it’s a point that throughout the first … Continue reading Four More Wins: Stanley Cup Final Preview