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The Pens did what they were supposed to do tonight against a lesser team in the Arizona Coyotes. They got a lead, kept their foot on the gas, and took...

The Coyotes come to Pittsburgh tonight riding a 5-game losing streak, and will hopefully be leaving town losers of 6 straight. The Penguins have a tough...

The NHL’s annual Trade Deadline is upon us, the window for trading assets is 3 PM this afternoon.  There have already been a lot of moves in the...

The Pittsburgh Riverhounds have started their preseason off the right way. The team faced Penn State University at one of their indoor facilities. The...

Almost immediately after yesterday’s 4-1 victory over the Winnipeg Jets, GM Jim Rutherford and the Penguins announced that they had acquired Defense...

The Penguins had to work hard to earn a much needed two points this afternoon as they scored two goals in both the second and the third period to pick up a 4-1 victory over a very game Winnipeg Jets club that didn’t go down without a fight. The first period of an afternoon game went pretty much how they normally do, that is very slow.  There were no shots through...

Back on December 27th the Winnipeg Jets shutout the Pittsburgh Penguins 1-0 at the MTS Centre behind a 30 save performance from Connor Hellebuyck who has since been sent back to the AHL.  The team that comes to the Consol Energy Center tomorrow on the visitor’s side is very much different to the one seen over the holidays. Bryan Little is done for the season with...

Earlier this morning, the Pittsburgh Penguins announced that they have reached a six-year contract extension with defense-man Olli Maatta.  The contract comes with an annual cap hit of $4.083 million dollars annually.  Olli also has a no trade clause in the last 2 years of the new contract. This is a key deal in many ways for the Penguins as Maatta was due to become...

The Pittsburgh Riverhounds, in the midst of signing plenty of contracts for new players, have announced that one player will be retiring. Sterling Flunder,...

For whatever reason, Boston just has their number. The Penguins lost to the Bruins 5-1 tonight in Beantown, and it wasn’t as close as that score...

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