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Troy Josephs, Matia Marcantuoni and Adam Payerl combined size, speed and offense to stand out at the Penguins development camp scrimmage.
Penguins 2012 third-rounder Oskar Sundqvist has put his versatility on display in Sweden. But when and where will he fit with the Penguins?
The contract is for two years and $1.8 million.
Recchi, 46, played on the Pens’ first Stanley Cup team in 1991.
Winger Josh Archibald, a Hobey Baker finalist, is the latest player who is part of a connection between the Penguins and Nebraska-Omaha.
At Penguins development camp, Hynes overseeing the first signs of change after the club brought in new coach, GM.
Penguins goaltending prospect Jarry is coming off of a championship year in his first season as a starter at the junior level.
Clinics at some local dek hockey rinks helped Pittsburgh hockey enthusiasts 12 and younger hone their skills.
Defensemen Brian Dumoulin and Scott Harrington are hoping to impress new Penguins brass this week at the annual development camp.
After exploring other options, Sidney Crosby will treat his wrist with injections in lieu of surgery. But an operation might still loom.
With Wilkes-Barre/Scranton of the American Hockey League last season, he had seven goals, seven assists and 166 penalty minutes in 64 games.
Forward Kasperi Kapanen, 17, agrees to entry-level contract days before he arrives for development camp.
Agnew, 54, joins former Penguins winger Rick Tocchet and holdover goaltending coach Mike Bales on Johnston’s staff.
Jason Megna had five goals, four assists in his first 36 NHL games last season, and also dressed for two playoff games.
Gary Agnew joins former Penguins winger Rick Tocchet on the staff of new coach Mike Johnston.
Penguins general manager says a determination on arthroscopic surgery for Sidney Crosby’s injured wrist will be made by early next week.
Nick Spaling, acquired by the Penguins last month in the James Neal trade, made $1.5 million with Nashville last season.
According to a source close to the NHL MVP, a "terrible wrist" hindered Penguins captain Sidney Crosby's performance in the postseason.
The Penguins‘ annual prospect camp will feature this year’s first-round draft pick and a free scrimmage July 19 at Consol Energy Center.
The 3 p.m. scrimmage at Consol Energy Center that wraps up the camp will be free, as will parking in arena surface lots.
Three other forwards who are restricted free agents – Sutter, Megna and Farnham – were eligible for arbitration, but did not request it.
The movement to digital ticketing has the unintended consequence of eliminating a cheap memento for fans and a collector's item for others.
Penguins GM Jim Rutherford is pleased with the team's offseason so far, but that doesn't mean he is done making moves.
Signing his restricted free agents, especially center Brandon Sutter, is next thing on Penguins GM Jim Rutherford's to-do list.
Zach Sill, 26, made his NHL debut last season; He didn‘t score in 20 games, but killed penalties, and averaged nearly three hits per game.
Penguins making major moves, the Pirates continue to surge and World Cup fever all in today‘s chat.
Downie signs with Penguins as free agent, will be reunited with former mentor and coach Rick Tocchet, now an assistant coach here.
It’s not new GM Jim Rutherford’s fault, but the Penguins are not as good a team now as they were when he took over.
Defenseman Christian Ehrhoff leads signings for team; Orpik, Niskanen and Jokinen depart.
NHL free agency kicks off at noon today, and Penguins likely to get involved though not necessarily in a big way.
They are forwards Brandon Sutter, Nick Spaling, Jayson Megna and Bobby Farnham and defensemen Simon Despres and Philip Samuelsson.
Now that the draft is over, the Penguins and GM Jim Rutherford must look ahead to the NHL free-agent signing period, which starts Tuesday.
Penguins GM Jim Rutherford doesn't expect to re-sign any of the team's 11 unrestricted-free-agents-to-be before they hit the open market.
It should be easy to say goodbye to Neal and his character issues after he was traded Friday, but it's hard to see his skills leave,
There's no place new assistant Rick Tocchet would rather be than behind the Penguins bench, lending expertise on being a gritty player.
Day 2 of the Penguins' draft was filled with more forward thinking.
Lafferty is 6 feet, 187 pounds and had 21 goals and 34 assists in 25 games with Deerfield (Mass.) Academy last season.
The Penguins got forwards Patric Hornqvist and Nick Spaling from Nashville. The Pens drafted a Finnish forward in the NHL draft‘s first
The Penguins claimed right winger Kasperi Kapanen with the No. 22 selection in the NHL draft tonight at the Wells Fargo Center.
Pens general manager Jim Rutherford has not ruled out making a trade that would include his team's first-round pick during the NHL draft.
Niskanen, 27, is eligible for unrestricted free agency and is likely to command a contract that the Pens would have a hard time matching.
Sidney Crosby craves stability like most people crave air.
Analysis: Putting Crosby, Malkin in best position to succeed is at the top
New coach Mike Johnston’s center-centric, puck-possession offense should suit the center-rich Penguins quite well.
Todd Reirden, an assistant coach with the Penguins the past four seasons, has accepted the same job with the Washington Capitals.
Team names Mike Johnston, who has been an assistant and associate coach but never an NHL head coach, as the 21st coach in franchise history.
Mike Johnston, coach/GM of Portland in Canada's Western Junior Hockey League, is now the top candidate to replace Dan Bylsma.
Sidney Crosby led the NHL with 104 points, including 36 goals and a league-leading 68 assists.
Jim Rutherford is in the thick of the busy season, reaching out to new coaching candidates and preparing for free agency and the draft.
The Penguins' front office and its hunt for a new coach is a mess that casts serious doubts about new general manager Jim Rutherford.