After winning the Stanley Cup with the Chicago, Gibsonia native Brandon Saad is ready for a new start with Columbus.
The Penguins also acquired center Nick Bonino and defenseman Adam Clendening from Vancouver.
Iceoplex at Southpointe hockey arena will be installing a new safety feature, called a Look-Up Line, to help prevent board-related injuries.
The Penguins lose former assistant general manager Tom Fitzgerald to the New Jersey Devils.
The NHL is asking for at least $500 million from potential buyers of an expansion team, which means the Penguins likely will sell for more.
With positions open on the Penguins roster, players competing for spots are bringing out their best games.
Former Penguin Troy Loney’s son, Ty, scored a hat trick in the prospects scrimmage and hopes he made a lasting impression on the coaches.
Defenseman Derrick Pouliot has worked with Gary Roberts to get his body right for a grueling NHL season.
New Wilkes-Barre/Scranton coach Mike Sullivan said he plans to engage in a similar coaching style like Penguins coach Mike Johnston.
Conor Sheary earned a two-year contract this summer after a standout rookie season with Wilkes-Barre/Scranton.
Injuries slowed him in 2014-15, but Scott Wilson hopes the experience he did gain last season will help him.
The Penguins re-signed restricted free agent right winger Beau Bennett to a one-year, one-way contract worth $800,000.
Matt Murray set records last season in the American Hockey League, but he is in no rush to the NHL.
Packaged in the blockbuster trade with Toronto for Phil Kessel, Biggs hopes to tap into his potential in Pittsburgh.
Top prospect Oskar Sundqvist, a candidate to make the Penguins roster out of camp, will not skate this week due to a hamstring injury.
A first-round pick (No. 20 overall) in 2010, Bennett's career has been marred by injuries.
Simon, 20, played for HC Plzen in the Czech Republic's ELH last season. In 52 games, he scored 30 points.
The annual prospect development camp, which starts today at Consol Energy Center, focuses more on education than evaluation.
Farnham, 26, made his NHL debut last season, playing in 11 games.
Thursday, the Penguins re-signed restricted free-agent defenseman Brian Dumoulin to a one-way deal for two years.
Dumoulin, 23, played in eight NHL regular season games in 2014-15 and scored one goal.
The week will end with a 3 p.m. practice July 18, and that practice will be open to the public.
Professional sports franchises like the Penguins are increasingly acquiring development rights to the land near their venues.
The Penguins roster is forming to the liking of general manager Jim Rutherford, he said, but his offseason efforts aren’t finished.
GM Jim Rutherford and team president Tom Morehouse are examining all facets of the organization in hopes of cutting down on ailments.