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Penguins general manager Jim Rutherford says it’s possible to upgrade the current roster without hurting its future, but it won’t be easy.
General manager Jim Rutherford also spoke about the ongoing situation with former coach Dan Bylsma, who’s likely to land with another team.
Hakstol, 46, takes over from Craig Berube, who was fired after the Flyers failed to reach the Stanley Cup playoffs.
The best teams in the NHL are a testament to building from within and acquiring talent in its formative stages.
Dave Molinari breaks down the matchups between the final four teams vying for Lord Stanley’s Cup.
Making predictions is a slippery slope as Washington’s Alex Ovechkin learned this week.
Austin Lemieux, 19, was taken in the ninth round by the Omaha Lancers.
The developer would be responsible for building at least 250 units on the 10 acres of land closest to Crawford Square in the Hill District.
Ray Shero’s hiring in New Jersey could lead to the departure of some in the Penguins’ front office.
The September tournament will allow the Penguins to play young players with little or no professional experience.
Its payoff is $150,000 worth of upgrades to the Cambria County War Memorial Arena and a preseason game between the Penguins and Tampa Bay.
The Masterton Trophy is awarded to the player for “sportsmanship, perseverance and dedication to hockey.”
PG hockey writer Dave Molinari breaks down the two remaining playoff series.
But general manager Jim Rutherford is considering making changes within the organization.
The PG’s Dave Molinari previews the second round of the Stanley Cup playoff series that begin Thursday night.
Penguins GM Jim Rutherford thinks their bad run of injuries in late March sabotaged his team’s chances for a long playoff run.
General manager Jim Rutherford hopes to avoid blocking prospects’ futures by loading Penguins NHL roster with too many veterans.
Jim Rutherford said the superstar center played on a sprained ankle, while the winger suited up with a broken rib against the Rangers.
Kris Letang and Pascal Dupuis hope to play again next season, but they know that doctors might make final call on that decision.
Seth takes your questions on the Penguins and what must happen in the offseason after a disappointing end to the 2014-15 campaign.
Even if all the stars stay, there will certainly be some turnover for the Penguins after a season that “fell off a cliff,” so to speak.
Given how poorly Evgeni Malkin just played for the Penguins in their biggest games of the season, maybe he should rest up for next year.
Coach Mike Johnston knows the Penguins limped to the end of the regular season, but he said he believes they can contend again next year.
Should the right opportunity to deal Letang arises, the front office should seriously consider making the move.