Penguins Rumors & News

  • Henrik Lundqvist blanks Penguins in 3-0 win for Rangers

    New York Daily News "The King is back. A confident Henrik Lundqvist made 34 saves to blank Sidney Crosby and the Penguins, 3-0, at CONSOL Energy Center on Wednesday night, lifting the Blueshirts to their fourth straight win in his first shutout since Nov. 23. Lundqvist then beamed as he explained that a..." February 11

  • Reading the trade market tea leaves

    TSN "Another week, another exercise in trying to put 10 pounds of fertilizer in a five-pound bag. It’s T-minus 19 days and counting to the NHL trade deadline, so let’s try to size up some of the situations/players we’ll be watching and talking about between now and then. In honour of the Dustin..." February 10

  • What if an NHL goalie has to go to the bathroom?

    SI "Unlike his fellow NHL players who tailor their game day meals with an eye on fuel and nutrition, Capitals goaltender Braden Holtby follows his gut whenever he is scheduled to start. “It’s all based around what’s not going to make my stomach upset,” the current Vezina Trophy frontrunner says. “It’s..." February 10

  • Penguins win 6-2; Crosby scores two breakaway goals

    Pittsburgh Post-Gazette "Wasn’t so long ago that the Penguins seemed lucky to scratch out two goals in a game. On good nights. But what had been an eye-dropper offense for much of the season has cranked up to fire-hose levels lately, most recently in a 6-2 victory against Anaheim Monday night at Consol Energy..." February 09

  • Penguins' Sullivan: Malkin will be held our for rest of week

    The Score "Pittsburgh Penguins head coach Mike Sullivan announced Monday that forward Evgeni Malkin will be out "for this week" and work with the team's training and medical staff. "Right now, Geno is in the process of rehabbing," said Sullivan, who added that Malkin's lower-body injury is not long term,..." February 09

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    Pittsburgh Penguins @penguins

    Coach Sullivan on Malkin: "He's day-to-day. He's not going to play tonight."

  • Can Sidney Crosby catch Patrick Kane in scoring race?

    The Score "The NHL's scoring race is over. Except, maybe it isn't. With 32 goals and 44 assists through 56 games, Patrick Kane's 76 points puts him 17 clear of the next most productive players, making him a virtual lock to win the Art Ross Trophy. But if there's anyone who might be able to challenge..." February 08

  • Crosby, Karlsson, Trocheck named NHL's Three Stars

    NHL.com "Pittsburgh Penguins center Sidney Crosby, Ottawa Senators defenseman Erik Karlsson and Florida Panthers center Vincent Trocheck have been named the NHL's "Three Stars" for the week ending Feb. 7. FIRST STAR - SIDNEY CROSBY, C, PITTSBURGH PENGUINS Crosby led the League in goals and points..." February 08

  • Penguins take down Panthers in OT, 3-2

    Pittsburgh Post-Gazette "Kris Letang was taking nothing for granted. Not while he watched as Sidney Crosby slid a pass onto his stick from the far side of the ice. Not even when he spotted an opening on the short side of Florida goalie Roberto Luongo’s net. Luongo, Letang said, is too good of a goalie for him to..." February 07

  • Penguins captain Crosby scores 900th NHL point

    NHL.com "Pittsburgh Penguins center Sidney Crosby scored his 900th NHL point Saturday, and quickly added 901 and 902. Crosby reached 900 with an assist 14:56 into the third period on a goal by defenseman Kris Letang against the Florida Panthers. Crosby scored with 1:15 remaining to tie the game 2-2,..." February 07

  • Bolts win eighth straight home game, top Pittsburgh 6-3

    Tampa Tribune "Finally healthy and finally in synch, the Lightning finally look like the team they were expected to be. The defending Eastern Conference champions slowed down the march of the Penguins, ending Pittsburgh’s four-game winning streak with a 6-3 victory on Friday. Tampa Bay has won eight..." February 06

  • Flyers, Penguins will play outside in 2017

    ESPN "While plans for next year’s Winter Classic remain fluid, what does seem to be virtually locked in is an outdoor game between the Pittsburgh Penguins and the Philadelphia Flyers sometime in 2017. The unresolved question is whether the game, likely to be held at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh, will..." February 06

  • Evgeni Malkin (injured) out at least next 2 games

    PensBurgh "Bad news for the Pittsburgh Penguins on the injury front. Evgeni Malkn won't be playing in the weekend's games in Florida (which makes a tough trip even tougher) with a lower-body injury. The Pens start a busy stretch, after this weekend they play Mon-Wed-Fri next week, including a huge matchup..." February 04

  • Report: Majority of GMs would approve of play-in game for final playoff seeds

    The Score "First the coach's challenge, now a wild-card play-in game? Bob McKenzie reported Wednesday on NBC that 16-of-28 general managers polled would be in favor of the NHL borrowing another idea, and adopting an MLB-style single elimination play-in game to determine the final wild-card seed in each..." February 04

  • Penguins ponder ways to possibly replace injured Fehr

    Pittsburgh Tribune Review "In the Penguins' dressing room at Consol Energy Center and in their room at the UPMC Lemieux Sports Complex in Cranberry, the stalls of Eric Fehr and Matt Cullen sit side by side, with only goalie Marc-Andre Fleury's stall to the right. Arguably no forwards among the Penguins are more..." February 04

  • Crosby gets hat trick, Penguins hold off Senators

    Pittsburgh Tribune Review "Just a couple of days into his tenure as the Penguins' coach, Mike Sullivan attempted to draw the distinction between outplaying and outscoring the opposition as he explained the up-tempo style he planned to emphasize. Though each roughly translated to a win, Sullivan wanted the former. Trying..." February 03

  • NHL announces trio of rescheduled games after late-January snowstorm

    The Score "The NHL has an answer for Snowstorm Jonas. Make-up dates for the three late-January games postponed due to inclement weather on the east coast have been announced. The Washington Capitals now have a pair of games at the Verizon Center " February 02

  • Letang's lead is for Penguins to follow

    Pittsburgh Tribune Review "Only a few days before the NHL's All-Star break, Kris Letang called out to the Penguins' top prospect, the one some refer to as the next Kris Letang. Practice had finished, but pucks remained. And if there were pucks, there were passes to make, shots to bury, drills to do and skate blades to..." February 01

  • Kuznetsov, Crawford, Letang named stars for January

    NHL.com "Washington Capitals forward Evgeny Kuznetsov, Chicago Blackhawks goaltender Corey Crawford and Pittsburgh Penguins defenseman Kris Letang on Monday were named the NHL's three stars for the month of January. Kuznetsov capped off his month with a goal for the Metropolitan Division in its 4-3 loss..." February 01

  • John Scott, NHL All-Star Game set ratings record for NBCSN

    Yahoo! Sports "There was no doubt that the perfect storm of The John Scott Phenomenon and the NHL’s reinvigorated 3-on-3 All-Star Game format had provided an uptick in attention for the midseason classic. The only question was if that would actually translate into a spike in viewership as well, or if the..." February 01

  • MVP John Scott and new format win praise at NHL All-Star game

    Los Angeles Times "The least likely All-Star was voted the most valuable player of the NHL's first venture into three-on-three play at its midseason showcase, proving that the worst intentions can sometimes have an unimaginably good outcome. A ride that began when enforcer John Scott was jokingly promoted as the..." February 01

  • As much as anyone, All-Star Malkin's steady game has helped Penguins stay afloat

    Pittsburgh Tribune Review "When Penguins center Evgeni Malkin scans the ice here at the NHL All-Star Game on Sunday, he'll see plenty of players with traits worth admiring. Patrick Kane's nasty wrist shot. Jamie Benn's overwhelming power-forward game. Erik Karlsson's offensive artistry. There is one attribute of a..." January 31

  • Komarov makes amends with Letang at All-Star weekend

    The Score "Leo Komarov used his unlikely All-Star inclusion to clear some outstanding air. The sandpapered Toronto Maple Leafs winger apparently sought out fellow All-Star Kris Letang (perhaps at Tootsies?) to apologize for an ugly hit from behind he threw on the oft-injured Pittsburgh Penguins blue-liner..." January 31

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    Jonathan Bombulie @BombulieTrib

    Bettman quickly and forcefully dismisses the suggestion that he has any concerns about the Penguins being for sale.

  • NHL players excited for 3-on-3 All-Star Game

    Tennessean "Few cities fully understand and embody the concept of entertainment like Nashville, which is evident by the flair that exudes from every event that it holds. That inherent flavor is why the Predators, who are hosting their first NHL All-Star Game on Sunday at Bridgestone Arena, wanted to make..." January 30

  • There are barely any good NHL teams and it sucks

    New York Post "Parity? Yes. Good hockey? No. The prevalent idea that permeates down from the NHL offices on Sixth Avenue states having so many teams so closely bunched makes for good entertainment. As the All-Star break has begun, let us clarify that idea: The more teams that have a chance to make the..." January 30

  • Crosby says scoring surge after All-Star snub purely coincidental

    Pittsburgh Tribune Review "Whether Sidney Crosby's absence from the NHL's All-Star rosters, released Jan. 6, qualified as a snub intrigued players, fans and media alike. For the Penguins' captain, it served as a reminder of how much he struggled during the season's first three months. Others deserved the recognition, he..." January 29

  • Self-aware NHL all-star John Scott has many in his corner

    Toronto Sun "Midway through the second period, John Scott began to grow antsy. The hulking enforcer, who had been sitting for nearly 15 minutes in a 2-2 game, stood up, shook loose his legs, and looked pleadingly in the direction of the head coach. But it was no use. It was clear Scott’s place was on the..." January 28

  • Resurgent Sidney Crosby has Penguins back in post-season mix

    Sportsnet "In the middle of chaos, the puck allowed Sidney Crosby a rare moment of clarity. There it was, on his stick as the Pittsburgh Penguins star stood at the goal line on Monday night. In front of him, the New Jersey Devils were too busy tangling with Crosby’s teammates to notice the two-time MVP..." January 27

  • Penguins blank Devils, 2-0, as Fleury shines

    Pittsburgh Post-Gazette "The game was all but officially over. The Penguins’ two points were secure. Seemed like the ideal time, goalie Marc-Andre Fleury figured, to try to make a little history. With about 24 seconds left in what became a 2-0 victory against New Jersey Tuesday night at Consol Energy Center,..." January 27

  • Majority of coaches remain in favour of challenge concept

    TSN "It's not that NHL coaches don't appreciate having the coach's challenge at their disposal this season for the first time ever... Well, actually, that's not entirely true as six of 27 NHL head coaches polled by TSN don't like the coach's challenge at all and would just as soon see it..." January 27

  • Craig Adams retires; won two titles in 14 seasons

    ESPN "Two-time Stanley Cup winner Craig Adams announced his retirement from the NHL on Tuesday. Adams, a right winger, played 14 seasons and made stops in Carolina, Chicago and Pittsburgh, winning titles with the Hurricanes in 2006 and Penguins in '09. Adams, who hasn't played since last season,..." January 27

  • How to Fix the NHL’s Coach’s Challenge

    The Hockey Writers "It’s no secret. The NHL’s coach’s challenge has not gone as smoothly as hoped in its inaugural season. It was put into place in order to give teams an option to challenge goals which they thought were not ‘good goals’ as deemed by the NHL rulebook. However, the two times when a coach can..." January 25

  • Canada’s falling dollar could be raising hopes for a Seattle NHL expansion team

    Seattle Times "It turns out the prediction of a January vote by Seattle City Council on a Sodo District arena was not only optimistic, but downright delusional. City Hall sources now indicate a vote to cede Occidental Avenue South for Chris Hansen’s project won’t happen before late March, early April at best...." January 25

  • Escrow went up…again

    Pro Hockey Talk "Escrow has risen from 16 percent to 18 percent, according to multiple reports. No surprise there, given the Canadian dollar’s plunge. With seven of the NHL’s 30 teams in Canada, there was no way league revenues weren’t going to be affected. Some had predicted escrow would go up even..." January 25

  • Devils' Bobby Farnham anxious to show Pittsburgh Penguins and fans he belongs in NHL

    Newark Star-Ledger "Bobby Farnham was given the hard hat by his Devils' teammates for being player of the game in Saturday night's 3-1 victory over the Winnipeg Jets at MTS Centre. He had a big block on a Jacob Trouba slap shot in the second period and broke up a 2-on-1 rush back-checking in the third..." January 24

  • Malkin scores three goals, Penguins beat Canucks, 5-4

    Pittsburgh Post-Gazette "Sidney Crosby scored an empty-net goal at 18:37 of the third period in the Penguins’ 5-4 victory against Vancouver at Consol Energy Center today. It looked like an insurance goal at the time, but became the game-winner when Jannik Hansen of the Canucks completed a hat trick with 16.8 seconds..." January 23

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    Sports Insights @SportsInsights

    #NHL #Penguins - Kris Letang, Hand - is upgraded to probable Saturday (1/23) vs. Vancouver

  • Penguins forward Kunitz in lineup against Canucks

    NHL.com "Pittsburgh Penguins forward Chris Kunitz will be in the lineup Saturday against the Vancouver Canucks at Consol Energy Center (12:30 p.m. ET; SN, ROOT), coach Mike Sullivan said. Kunitz had been questionable with a lower-body injury. He has played in all 46 games for the Penguins this season,..." January 23

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    Craig Custance @CraigCustance

    Sunday's game in DC between the Capitals and Penguins has been postponed due to weather.

  • Sunday's Pittsburgh at Washington game postponed

    NHL.com "The game between the Pittsburgh Penguins and Washington Capitals at Verizon Center scheduled for Sunday, Jan. 24, NHL Game No. 720, has been postponed due to the severe snowstorm impacting the Washington, D.C., area." January 23

  • Penguins end long winless streak against Flyers, 4-3

    Pittsburgh Post-Gazette "Marc-Andre Fleury says he hadn’t been aware that the Penguins had lost eight games in a row to Philadelphia before Thursday night. That means he probably didn’t realize they had beaten the Flyers just twice in 13 all-time regular-season meetings at Consol Energy Center, either. But Fleury..." January 22

  • Penguins in position to achieve 400th consecutive sellout

    Pittsburgh Tribune Review "With the opening puck drop between the Penguins and Carolina Hurricanes four hours away and kickoff between the Steelers and Denver Broncos slightly more than five hours away on Sunday, the Penguins' official Twitter account beckoned to students in search of a sports-filled afternoon. “Feeling..." January 21

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    Renaud Lavoie @renlavoietva

    The NHL executive committee meeting on expansion is today in NY. No announcement should be made after. #tvasports

  • Blues defeat Penguins 5-2

    St. Louis Post-Dispatch "Paul Stastny can see again. A facial injury required him to wear a caged mask the past two games, bringing him back to his college days at the University of Denver, but Stastny went back to a visor for Monday’s game against Pittsburgh. He said the cage took away his peripheral vision and noted..." January 19

  • Fleury, Crosby lead Penguins to 5-0 shutout against Hurricanes

    Pittsburgh Post-Gazette "The Penguins got the start they needed Sunday against the Carolina Hurricanes and finished with a 5-0 rout at Consol Energy Center. The club won the special teams game, got two goals from Sidney Crosby and a flawless performance in goal from Marc-Andre Fleury, who made 22 saves. It was..." January 18

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    Pittsburgh Penguins @penguins

    Coach Sullivan confirms that Kris Letang will not play tonight. He will be a game-time decision tomorrow. Marc-Andre Fleury will be in net.

  • Namestnikov scores first hat trick against Penguins, leads Bolts to 4th straight win

    Tampa Tribune "Somewhere Vladislav Namestnikov holds a small collection of momentos of his brief NHL career. There’s the puck from his first career goal. The stick he used to score that goal rests nearby. His collection grew by three on Friday. Namestnikov recorded his first career hat trick, capping..." January 16

  • Penguins trade David Perron, Adam Clendening to Ducks for Carl Hagelin

    Sportsnet "The Pittsburgh Penguins and Anaheim Ducks came together for an early Saturday morning trade involving three players. The Penguins are sending forward David Perron and defenceman Adam Clendening to the Ducks for forward Carl Hagelin. Perron, 27, has scored four goals and 16 points in 43 games..." January 16

  • NHL instates mandatory domestic violence and sexual assault prevention training for teams and players

    SB Nation "The NHL has finally begun to implement domestic violence, sexual harassment and sexual assault prevention training for its players and teams, per a report from the Associated Press. The NHL and NHL Players' Association partnered to ensure all 30 teams would go through "hour-long educational..." January 16

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