Pens of the Past
The Pittsburgh Penguins and the Washington Capitals have always had a rivalry, but this opening night game from 1990 takes the cake.
May 25, 1991 was a historic day for the team.
The Penguins won the Prince of Wales Trophy for the second year in a row in the early 1990s.
It was only fitting that his last full game ended in a shutout for the soon-to-be three-time Stanley Cup champion goaltender.
Petr Sykora signs one-year deal with Minnesota Wild
Looking back: Michel Therrien's departure from the Pittsburgh Penguins and reaction to Cup win
Petr Sykora sends some parting shots towards his ex-coach and teammate Dan Bylsma in a translated interview.
Former Penguin makes the Hockey Hall of Fame
A look at two moments when Ryan Whitney shined the brightest for the Pittsburgh Penguins, and why some Pens fans joyful to see him go may later regret it.