Pittsburgh Penguins

Penguins Give Head Coach Mike Sullivan Three-Year Extension

The Penguins have announced that they have re-signed Head Coach Mike Sullivan to a three-year contract extension, starting at the end of the 2023-24 season and running through the 2026-27 season, per GM Ron Hextall. Sullivan led the Penguins to back-to-back Stanley Cups in 2016 and 2017. He became the first USA-born head coach to […]

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2022-2023 Norris Trophy Odds

With the 2022-2023 season right around the corner with training camp opening in a couple of weeks, it’s time to start looking at the odds of the NHL’s most prominent individual player trophies. Last year the NHL saw multiple dominant defensemen take the ice, with some demonstrating extreme offensive talent on top of being lockdown […]

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Penguins: Top Games To Look Forward To This Season

It may still be August, but the NHL season is getting closer. The NHL released each team’s schedule the day before the NHL Draft last month, and the Penguins have a little bit of a different schedule to look forward to. Between now playing Philly and Washington three times each this season and playing in […]

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Penguins Promote Todd Reirden To Associate Coach

The Penguins have announced that they have promoted Todd Reirden to an associate coach and have signed him to a two-year contract extension.  Reirden has been an assistant coach for the Penguins since joining the team in 2020, and he is in charge of the team’s defense and power pla1. Since he joined the Penguins, […]

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Opinion: Sidney Crosby Is Still One Of The Best

Sidney Crosby has been an icon for the sport of hockey, the city of Pittsburgh, and the Penguins, the team he’s proudly captained since 2007.  His career in the NHL has been nothing short of magnificent. Since being drafted 1st overall in 2005, he’s been one of, if not the best, player every single season. […]

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Penguins: Current State Of The Roster 

If anything from this off-season is guaranteed, the excuse of “The Penguins are running the same team back again” can not be used. Using Free Agency and making a couple of trades, the Penguins have made several changes to their team while keeping the core and all the star players.  KEY DEPARTURES: F Evan Rodrigues […]

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Penguins Re-Sign Danton Heinen to One-Year Deal

The Pittsburgh Penguins did not offer a contract to restricted free-agent forward Danton Heinen earlier this month. Still, Wednesday, the team announced a one-year, one-way deal with Heinen with an average annual value (AAV) of $1 million per year. The former fourth-round pick (116th overall) of the Boston Bruins scored a career-high 18 goals with […]

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Report: Penguins re-sign Kasperi Kapanen to 2-year deal.

The Penguins have re-signed forward Kasperi Kapanen to a 2-year deal worth $6.4M, with an AAV of $3.2M per year. Kapanen recorded 11 goals and 20 assists for 31 points in 79 games last season, along with three assists in seven playoff games against the New York Rangers last year in what many people thought […]

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Opinion: Why Ron Hextall Isn’t as Bad as People Think 

On February 9th, 2021, the Penguins announced that, at the time, most fans found it shocking. The words “Ron Hextall has been named GM” was a phrase most Penguins fans would’ve never expected to hear. Hextall, the hot-headed goalie who spent most of his legendary career with the arch-rival Philadelphia Flyers, still has the record […]

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Current State Of The Devils Roster

Preview The New Jersey Devils management has given the fan base a reason to be joyful. The off-season has been full of fireworks and the good kind. Tom Fitzgerald grabbed the best defensemen in the draft in Simon Nemec. Every position got an upgrade, and Fitzgerald has checked off all the boxes on his checklist. […]

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