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Defenseman Brian Dumoulin growing into a role he hopes will secure a spot on the 2014-15 roster.
Matt Murray and Tristan Jarry are promising, but Mike Johnston will use preseason to get Marc-Andre Fleury ready and determine his backup.
Oskar Sundqvist, the Penguins' third-round draft choice in 2012, realized he would need some time to adjust to playing hockey in North
Former Penguins draft pick Anton Zlobin, at 5-11 and 209 pounds, showed what he can do at a prospects tournament in Ottawa.
He's hockey and business; she's business with an interest in education. Together, they could be Ohio's Mahoning Valley’s new power couple.
Many rookies get a chance to prove their worth as Penguins team in prospects tournament starts play today.
The NHL announces many rule changes for its upcoming season.
Sidney Crosby does not like change, but expected some with the Penguins this offseason, just not this much.
The first exhibition game will be Sept. 22 against Detroit at Consol Energy Center.
Penguins superstar Sidney Crosby takes part in informal workout Monday and says his late season wrist injury has healed.
Kapanen is believed to have broken a finger when he went hard into the boards while playing for Finland against Sweden Aug. 8.
The Penguins standout said he came “pretty close” to having surgery on his right wrist this summer.
When he is taking a shot, Olli Maatta does not look at all like a guy who's only about 3½ months removed from shoulder surgery.
Carcillo has 44 goals, 48 assists and 1,179 penalty minutes in 390 NHL games.
Pascal Dupuis' comeback from serious knee injury and major surgery is going extremely well, but he still awaits OK to play.
Ottawa police Chief Charles Bordeleau tweeted Wednesday morning that his department has had “no dealings with Mr. Crosby.”
Former players, gathered for an annual alumni charity golf event, see sweeping offseason changes as a consequence of playoff disappointment.
New Penguins coach Mike Johnston has studied tape of his team and gives his take on how the players fit with his personal philosophies.