The countdown of the best young players in the Penguins’ organization begins!
The Crosby/Malkin era has allowed for the Penguins to stay relatively big Cup contenders for the last 12 years or so.
Who will meet goals and who will fall short
Some early power rankings seem to think so
An insane amount of turnover for the Penguins’ organization in the last year
Pittsburgh only needs to look back four years to find a wonderful late-summer trade and signing to help themselve.
The Latvian is locked up.
Let’s do some hardcore analyzing.
The Penguins winger and defenseman’s names have popped up when comparing the top players in the league at this metric.
The speedy winger is back in the organization for 2019-20
Looking at who we think will excel and who will falter next season
Our beloved Dad is hanging up the skates for good.
Some NHL team is going to look pretty good when they sign this guy
It’s an interesting question
Which opens up maybe more options
New personnel and new looks are coming for Pittsburgh
It will go a long way in determining how the season goes
How much does an assistant coach matter? In the case of Rick Tocchet, a TON
GM Jim Rutherford spoke about doing so last week and followed through.
Which would have been better the Pens’ rejected trade or one that finally went through?
NHL Network analyst E.J. Hradek is back on the pod to analyze the Penguins after the Kessel trade and the free agency frenzy.
But what will it be?
Free agency came in with its usual bang. Let’s review all the divisional moves and signings from the first day.
It’s getting hard to understand just how this is going to all work out in a positive way