Wednesday Sep 10
Daniel Carcillo May Be The Missing Piece In Pittsburgh's Search For Success
Jun 3, 2014; Los Angeles, CA, USA; New York Rangers left wing Daniel Carcillo during practice the day before game one of the 2014 Stanley Cup Final against the Los Angeles Kings at Staples Center. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports It is no secret that the Pittsburgh Penguins remain one of the NHL's most lethal offensive juggernauts, and the case could easily be made that they are in fact the league's best in that regard.
Stephane Quintal to head NHL's player safety department
Stephane Quintal to head NHL's player safety department Quintal has the interim title removed after filling in for former boss Brendan Shanahan Check out this story on USATODAY.com: http://usat.ly/1rTGJkF Stephane Quintal, right, shown in his playing days, had the interim title in the player safety department removed by the league. Stephane Quintal, who has been filling in as head of the NHL's player safety department since April, received the permanent gig on Monday.
League of Hate and Envy: Pittsburgh Penguins
NHL training camps and preseason games begin soon. So we can warm up our emotional engines and conjure all the irrational excitement, hatred and other strongly worded feelings that accompany an eight-month devotion to watching men making billions playing a game.
Revisiting the Marc Savard Incident
Evan Sporer has been a sports correspondent for Boston.com since 2014. A graduate of Emerson College, Evan also is a regular contributor for SB Nation, covering all things NHL and college hockey.