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The Pittsburgh Penguins haven't been shy to make some moves, trading Jordan Staal , getting Tomas Vokoun , Brenden Morrow , Douglas Murray , and Jarome Iginla .
's consistency comes through on his game log, where one will notice that his only case of back-to-back pointless outings occurred in Games 2 and 3 of the final.
The loss to the Bruins was the most difficult reality to process in a long time.
Penguins general manager Ray Shero took the time last week during his season-ending news conference to thank the fans for their passionate support and the local media for their coverage.
Sidney Crosby is boldly going where no hockey player has ever gone before: He's complaining about an innocuous hit from a hockey game two weeks after the fact, and he's claiming ill intent.
The next in our series of 2013 Pittsburgh Penguin free agents brings us to Matt Cooke.
But when you look back over the full voting results for the NHL awards from the weekend, it's not always pretty, as the totals shed light on some really bizarre ballots that were submitted.
A new series at profiling the seasons of the Penguins free-agents-to-be. Based off his 2013 performance should the Penguins look to re-sign veteran forward Craig Adams? Player: Craig Adams Role : 4th liner, PK specialist 2013 regular season Box car stats : 48 games played, 3 goals, 6 assists, 28 PIMs, -1 Playoff stats : 15 gp, 0g, 1a, 10 PIMs, +1 ... (more)
Canadian hockey personality Don Cherry is known for his outlandish suits and even more outspoken behavior, and he certainly didn't hold back when asked about Penguins center Evgeni Malkin on Monday.
With Malkin and Sidney Crosby now locked up for the next nine years, is the writing on the wall for Kris Letang? For much of the last year, the debate among fans has been if you had to pick either Malkin or Letang, which one would it be? Letang has one year left on his current deal that pays him a modest $3.5 million.
After a frustrating work stoppage and a shortened 2012-13 regular season, this year's NHL postseason has delivered in a big way.
Florida Panthers forward Jonathan Huberdeau won the Calder Trophy as outstanding rookie, edging Montreal Canadiens forward Brendan Gallagher by 93 points.
Subban led defencemen with 38 points on 11 goals and 27 assists despite playing in 42-of-48 games because of a contract dispute.
Before game two of the Stanley Cup Finals tonight, the NHL will release the winner of the Hart Memorial trophy for the leagues most valuable player.
Prior to missing the last month of the season, Sidney Crosby was on the best pace of his great career.