Pittsburgh Penguins

Ranking NHL Goal Horns

32) Utah Hockey Club: N/A 31) Colorado Avalanche: 1/10: Sounds generic, not a pleasant sound, I heard this too much in the 2022 Playoffs (it got annoying) Goal Horn Button: 30) San Jose Sharks: 1/10 – Sounds like a boat/foghorn, good goal song though, very unique Goal Horn Button: 29) Washinton Capitals 1/10: Sirens during […]

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Player Profile: Evgeni Malkin

Evgeni Malkin was chosen as the No. 2 pick in the 2004 NHL Draft, following the selection of Alex Ovechkin by the Washington Capitals. He spent two additional seasons playing in Russia before making his move to North America for the 2006-07 season. Due to a shoulder injury suffered during training camp, his NHL debut […]

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Player Profile: Sidney Crosby

On July 30, 2005, in the NHL Entry Draft, the Pittsburgh Penguins selected center Sidney Crosby as their first overall pick. He was recognized early on as an extraordinary talent with the potential to make a major impact in the NHL, a prediction that he has certainly fulfilled. Even Wayne Gretzky himself declared Crosby to […]

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New York Rangers General Manager Chris Drury

Opinion: No One Should Envy Rangers’ GM Drury

Going into the offseason, it was clear that one area that the New York Rangers needed to address was finding a high-end winger to play on the team’s first line with Mika Zibanejad and Chris Kreider. Unfortunately for the Blueshirts, team general manager Chris Drury struck out on that front. He missed out on the […]

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Penguins Announce 2024 Development Camp Roster

The Pittsburgh Penguins announced today their roster for the team’s 2024 Development Camp, which is set to take place from July 6th through July 10th at the UPMC Lemieux Complex in Cranberry, PA 48 players make up this season’s camp, consisting of 30 players, 15 defensemen, and three goalies. Some of the notable players invited […]

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Columbus Blue Jackets Free Agent Frenzy

July 1st marked the beginning of free agency for the NHL, and GM Don Waddell has not been afraid to move the needle. Some restricted free agents from the Columbus Blue Jackets have already signed or received qualifying offers. Several unrestricted free agents have already signed with other teams. Here’s a breakdown of what has […]

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Lightning stand along the blueline as Sonya Bryson-Kirksey sings the National Anthem

Lightning Announce 2024-25 Regular Season Schedule; Key Dates

The NHL released all 32 clubs’ regular season schedules today, with a triple header kicking things off Oct. 8th. The Tampa Bay Lightning will start their 2024-25 campaign with a home-and-home, back-to-back series with the Carolina Hurricanes Friday, Oct. 11th, and Saturday, Oct. 12th, with the first game in Raleigh. The Lightning will meet the […]

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Penguins Sign Forward Bokondji Imama to One-Year Deal

The Pittsburgh Penguins announced today that they have signed forward Bokondji Imama to a one-year, two-way contract with an AAV of $775K. Imama, 27, spent last season in the Ottawa Senators organization, playing 53 games with the Belleville Senators (AHL), putting up three goals and ten points in that span. Imama also suited up for […]

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NHL Journeyman Derick Brassard Announces Retirement

Forward Derick Brassard announced his retirement from professional hockey on Sunday, following a 16-season career. Brassard, the former sixth overall pick by the Columbus Blue Jackets in 2006, played for ten teams in his career, most notably for the New York Rangers. Brassard made his NHL debut in 2007 for Columbus, playing in 17 games […]

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Penguins, Lightning Make Minor League Trade

The Pittsburgh Penguins announced today that they acquired forward Bennett MacArthur from the Tampa Bay Lightning in exchange for forward Lukas Svejkovsky. Related Post: Tampa Bay Lightning Acquire Rights To Jake Guentzel From Carolina Hurricanes MacArthur, 23, was signed by the Lightning in 2022 after going undrafted. He spent the last two seasons in the […]

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