Kris Letang

Penguins: First Powerplay Unit Struggles in Debut

The Pens took on the Buffalo Sabres last night in a preseason matchup and had several power play opportunities. However, the power play didn’t look too hot. But it’s still early, and we shouldn’t freak out yet.  GM Kyle Dubas went out this off-season and acquired Erik Karlsson from San Jose. Since he was acquired, […]

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The Proof Will Have to Be in the Pudding for the Blueshirts

The Metropolitan Division is going to be one to be reckoned with this upcoming season. The Carolina Hurricanes, last year’s division winners, are always a great team, even though they have struggled in the Stanley Cup playoffs. They are strong at all three positions and have one of the best coaches in the league in […]

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Penguins: Projecting the Outcome of Training Camp

Penguins training camp starts very soon, and this off-season will officially end.  The Penguins made a bit of a surprising move yesterday, signing forward Colin White to a professional tryout offer. He is the second player (fourth overall) to be signed to a PTO for camp.  Dubas has made it known this off-season that he […]

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Ryan Graves on the ice versus the New York Rangers

Player Profile: Ryan Graves

As the offseason came into view for the Pittsburgh Penguins after the 2022-23 season, one of the many issues that needed to be addressed was that of the blue line. Pittsburgh’s defense for the majority of the past season was both inconsistent and injured, and while some of these issues were out of the control […]

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Penguins Possibly Not Done Signing PTOs

The Penguins signed three players to professional tryout offers this week, and he may not be done adding.  It’s now officially September, and training camp is only weeks away. For the Pens, there will be a few different entertaining roster battles to watch.  There are a few different notable players who have not been signed […]

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5 Best Matchups of the NHL’s Opening Week

We may still be a couple of months away from the start of the 2023-24 NHL season, but for many hockey fans, myself included, the anticipation is already starting to build. It’s never too early to look ahead at the upcoming schedule and get excited to watch hockey again. Opening night of the regular season […]

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Penguins: Erik Karlsson Trade Updates

Nothing much is going on around the league right now. We’ve reached the boring point in the off-season where nothing really happens, and rumors have gone quiet for the most part.  However, I need to write about something, so let’s talk about Erik Karlsson some more because that’s the only exciting thing going on with […]

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Kris Letang Captures Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy

Pittsburgh Penguins defenseman Kris Letang has won the Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy and is the first Penguins player to win the trophy since Mario Lemieux in 1993. The Bill Masterton Award is given to the player who exemplifies perseverance, sportsmanship, and dedication to the game of hockey. After suffering a stroke in November, which was […]

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Brandon Wheat Kings Center Nate Danielson Skating Prior to Face-off

5 Draft Eligible Prospects Penguins Fans Should Keep an Eye on

The Pittsburgh Penguins currently hold the fourteenth overall selection at the 2023 NHL Entry Draft later this month. After a disappointing season for the Penguins in 2022-23, the black and gold are currently in possession of the team’s highest pick since 2012. Obviously, with the team having such a strong competitive window, first-round picks haven’t […]

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Winnipeg Jets Starter Connor Hellebuyck Make's Glove Save in Warm-up

Should the Penguins Trade for Jets Connor Hellebuyck?

The Pittsburgh Penguins goaltending position is certainly the team’s question of the offseason. With current starting goaltender Tristan Jarry set to hit unrestricted free agency this July, and no blue-chip prospects ready to take the reins just yet. When thinking about who the Pittsburgh Penguins 2023-24 starting goaltender will be, it can lead to some […]

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