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Penguins await prognosis from doctors on the condition of defenseman Christian Ehrhoff.
The Penguins remain in third place in the Metropolitan Division, between the second-place New York Islanders and fourth-place Washington.
Injuries have forced Sidney Crosby to play with a long line of forwards this season, and Daniel Winnik is new to that group.
There are a number of ways to solve hockey’s growing boredom problem, starting with goalies armed as if they’re going into battle.
Penguins coach Mike Johnston said there are “four or five” players whose effort has been lacking in recent games.
The biggest problems dogging the Penguins in this important month were on full display Tuesday night in an overtime loss to St. Louis.
The Penguins problems, Steelers offseason and Pirates spring training dominate today’s discussion with the Post-Gazette sports editor.
Several former Penguins return to town for first time since being traded to St. Louis, and it feels strange.
Coach Mike Johnston said forwards Evgeni Malkin and Patric Hornqvist will not play tonight against the Blues.
Former Penguins Robert Bortuzzo and Marcel Goc -- both traded -- score rare goals to spark a St. Louis victory in overtime.
Knee injuries. Mumps. Now, a 23-game scoring slump. But Bennett is hoping for a positive finish after a no-good, horrible season so far.
Penguins notebook: Forward Pascal Dupuis won’t return to the Penguins lineup until next season as he continues recovery from blood cots.
The defenseman will face his old team Tuesday after being traded from St. Louis earlier this month.
A league-mandated off day today forced the Penguins to hold a practice immediately after returning from Arizona.
Seth takes your questions on the Penguins who are down to their final 10 games of the regular season.
The Penguins may very well be earning a dubious reputation as some of the NHL’s worst complainers, which isn’t good entering the playoffs.
It’s possible that their 3-1 win against Arizona Saturday night will go among their most significant this season.
When Evgeni Malkin and Patric Hornqvist, who sat out the three-game trip, will to practice or lineup isn’t clear.
The Penguins hope a game against the Coyotes, who have just one win their past 17 games, can help them end a slump of their own.
When offense eludes him, Penguins winger David Perron will change his routine — and maybe even his stick.
Defenseman Kris Letang is the Penguins’ nominee for the award given to a player for various intangibles on and off the ice.
“I thought we competed better for half the game. But it has to be the full game,” said Pens coach Mike Johnston.
Of the final 14 teams the Penguins will play the rest of the regular season, only two are projected to make the playoffs.
Penguins notebook: Focus on special teams as a way to break out of an offensive slump.
The short-term outlook for Evgeni Malkin being back on the ice with the Penguins gets a bit more pessimistic.
The Devils shut out the Penguins, 2-0, Tuesday night after failing to manufacture a goal for the second time in their past three games.
Sunday was more backing to the claim that the Penguins are a team that loves to chirp at referees, but coach Mike Johnston wants it to stop.
The pair of top-six forwards won’t travel to New Jersey after having undisclosed injuries this weekend but could return within a week.
The Penguins didn’t just play poorly Sunday in another loss, they also played foolishly against the Red Wings at Consol Energy Center.
Downie was assessed two 10-minute misconducts and a minor for cross-checking to eclipse 200 penalty minutes this season.
David Perron’s goal in the third period avoids franchise mark in 5-1 loss Sunday to the Detroit Red Wings.
Playing without Crosby, Malkin and Fleury shows the importance of all three to the Penguins’ success.
With Sidney Crosby suddenly out, Craig Adams was allowed to take his place Saturday in the lineup.
The NHL will discuss a three-on-three format for overtime, an idea several Penguins would like to see.
The club played without center Sidney Crosby, who was a late scratch, and mostly without center Evgeni Malkin, who left the game.
Crosby skated in the team’s pre-game warmups and appeared to be fine before being conspicuously absent from the bench when the puck dropped.
Dealing with concussion-like symptoms for so long has been a frustrating experience for defenseman who has out since injury Jan. 28.
David Perron broke a scoring drought with a goal in the win Thursday night, and the Penguins hope that is sign of good things to come.
The return of defenseman Ben Lovejoy to the Penguins didn’t exactly go as planned Thusrday morning, but he hopes to fit in again quickly.
The Penguins salvaged Thursday night’s game against the Edmonton Oilers at Consol Energy Center, raising their record to 39-18-10.
For the season, the Penguins rank fourth in the NHL with 2.36 goals allowed per game.
Jet lag might be a tougher opponent for the road-weary Penguins than Edmonton Thursday at Consol Energy Center.
Major League Baseball announced in January 2014 that the detectors would be required at all stadiums for the start of the 2015 season.
“I thought we carried the play in overtime, put them on their heels there in the third,” Penguins’ captain Sidney Crosby said.
Coach Mike Johnston likes what he’s seeing from Beau Bennett in recent games.
Patric Hornqvist is willingness to do some dirty work has paid off with three goals in the last two games
Seth takes your questions on the Penguins as they head to the home stretch of the regular season.
Patric Hornqvist scored the game winner 1:44 into overtime, as the Penguins beat the Los Angeles Kings, 1-0.
Either one of Sidney Crosby or Evgeni Malkin could win the Art Ross Trophy for the Penguins this year - not that they're aiming for it.
Penguins notebook: Mike Johnston has be rotating the top fowards on the lower lines as healthy scratches to keep strong down the stretch.