Thursday Sep 11
Training Camp Battles: The Forwards
For once, there shouldn't be a ton of shuffling in the top 9. At the bottom? Not so fast... Coming off a playoff appearance for just the second time in the team's history, the Blue Jackets ' front office found themselves in a unique position: there wasn't a glaring need to make a bunch of moves to the forward corps. Just the same, while there are some young guys pushing from within the system, there isn't an actual "need" to rush any of the kids.
Sidney Crosby dealing with changes
While Crosby didn't necessarily anticipate an offseason quite as chaotic as the one the Penguins experienced this summer - when general manager Ray Shero, coach Dan Bylsma and assistant coaches Tony Granato and Todd Reirden were fired and a number of established players left the organization - he figured a fifth consecutive playoff loss to a lower-seeded opponent might have major repercussions. "I knew, obviously, everyone wasn't pleased with the way things happened," Crosby said after an informal workout Wednesday at Consol Energy Center.
Five reasons the Penguins will be better in 2014
Out are Dan Bylsma and Ray Shero, as well as about a half-dozen players including fan favorites Brooks Orpik, Matt Niskanen, James Neal and Jussi Jokinen.
Beating a Dead Horse - Penguins Brandon Sutter
We have only examined the topic about a million times since acquiring him from the Hurricanes in exchange for Jordan Staal, so now we have article one million and one.
It's Pittsburgh Penguins Day at PHT
Throughout the month of August, PHT will be dedicating a day to all 30 NHL clubs.