Organization will present former Penguins forward with the first Dapper Dan Courage Award at a ceremony Wednesday night.
The Penguins’ new goal song, Andrew W.K.’s “Party Hard,” resulted from the determined social media campaign of a Brooklyn-based fan.
Despite all the hype, it was much of the same Wednesday night for the Penguins against New York and star goalie Henrik Lundqvist.
Rookie Oskar Sundqvist joined Penguins and was teamed on a line with teammates he was familiar with from playing in Wilkes-Barre.
The loss broke the Penguins six-game winning streak on home ice and left them with a weak grip on the second wild-card playoff berth.
With officials in all sports watching closely today, the NHL must uphold 20-game suspension for Calgary’s Dennis Wideman after hearing.
Penguins notebook: An undisclosed lower body injury, which coach Mike Sullivans says is “not long term,” continues to hamper star center.
Some wondered: What happened to Sidney Crosby? Those questions seem foolish now.
The team will plan a season-long celebration in 2016-17, kicking it off with a fan fest in August.
After a couple of poor starts, Marc-Andre Fleury returned to form with a solid performance Monday against Anaheim.
Penguins notebook: Matt Cullen replaces injured Evgeni Malkin at second-line center for third game in a row.
Post-Gazette Penguins beat writer Dave Molinari chats answers questions on Sidney Crosby, Marc-Andre Fleury, Simon Despres and others.
Undisclosed lower body injury will cost the Penguins center a third straight game.
The win extends the Penguins’ season-long home winning streak to six games, and brings Crosby’s scoring streak to a career-high seven games.
The Penguins center had five goals and eight assists in three games. Meanwhile, Upper St. Clair’s Vincent Trocheck named No. 3 star.
Penguins forward Carl Hagelin is looking forward to playing Anaheim Monday, and then New York Wednesday, two of his former teams.
Former Penguins left winger David Perron has gotten a new start with the Anaheim Ducks.
Former Penguins defenseman Simon Despres returns to Consol Energy Center with the Ducks.
The former Penguins star is still putting up big numbers, now for the Panthers.
After an eye-opening journey so far in his hockey career, from college to the pros, the Penguins’ Kevin Porter hopes to finally settle down.
The Penguins got the game-winner from Kris Letang during a power play at 1:27 of overtime.
The defeat ended the Penguins’ four-game winning streak and dropped their record to 25-18-7.
The first likely is at Heinz Field in 2017, with another to follow – probably two years later – in Philadelphia.
Jeff Zatkoff might get a chance this weekend for some redemption for his most recent and horrible start as Penguins play twice in Florida.
Penguins coach Mike Sullivan said today that Evgeni Malkin will not make the team's trip this weekend because of a lower body injury.
Winger Eric Fehr was hurt Tuesday when he absorbed a hit from Senators defenseman Mark Borowiecki in the middle of the second period.
Coach calls such starts to games the “next evolution” for his team and said the Penguins need to find way to dictate play from the start.
Oskar Sundqvist, 21, has appeared in 39 AHL games this season and has scored 16 points (five goals, 11 assists).
Versatile center Matt Cullen gets some work at morning skate with second power-play unit.
It was a lot of fun to watch — except for the goaltenders who had to watch pucks fly past them — and a good victory for the Penguins.
Crosby scored two second-period power play goals, and added a third-period even strength tally from the net front to close out the win.
The game, originally was scheduled for Jan. 24, was postponed because of a snowstorm that struck the East Coast that weekend.
Idled by injury since Jan. 21, Chris Kunitz hopes to be cleared in time to play tonight against the Ottawa Senators at Consol Energy Center.
The team says it will play Philadelphia at 5:08 p.m. at Consol rather than the originally scheduled 3:08 start.
The enforcer was placed on waivers. If he clears, he’ll be formally sent to the AHL squad.
Both Sheary and Wilson were assigned to the Baby Penguins last week.
With the All-Star break over, the Penguins hope to continue their current surge and bolster their playoff credentials.
John Scott, whose All-Star ticket was punched by fans Internet outpouring, scores twice in tournament, wins MVP award.
Hall of Fame hockey writer Dave Molinari answers reader questions in his inaugural weekly Penguins chat.
Kris Letang is rounding into form, while Evgeni Malkin has been there all season for the Penguins.
Craig Adams was always reliable when with the Penguins, and now he looks forward to life after his playing days.
The Citrones are Pittsburghers through and through, from their stake in the Steelers to donations to the Pittsburgh Penguins foundation.
There are nicknames, then there are nicknames in a hockey locker room — something Penguins players such as “Hags” and “Horny” can attest to.
Injuries have limited Sidney Crosby to playing in only one All-Star Game in his career.
A macho mentality made it hard to sit out after a concussion, but if he had a chance to do it over again, Bourque wouldn’t change a thing.
The Penguins goaltender still has some building to do to solidify a spot, but he is only 31 and has time on his side.
GM Jim Rutherford says the move was made as a “precaution with an injury,” but would not disclose the injury.
Former NHL player and Penguins radio analyst Phil Bourque admits his memory lapses are getting more frequent and bothersome.
Both played in the Penguins' 2-0 victory against New Jersey Tuesday night at Consol Energy Center.
Mike Sullivan’s team has won four of its past five and are 9-3-4 in their past 16, and 6-0-2 in their past eight at home.