The Stanley Cup will be displayed with pride in Fargo, N.D. and Moorhead, Minn. by Penguins center Matt Cullen.
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Though professional athletes certainly don’t have an obligation to incite societal change, it doesn’t hurt for them to try.
Penguins captain Sidney Crosby has always been a product of Cole Harbour, Nova Scotia, and no place holds him in higher esteem.
Riley built the expansion NHL franchise from scratch after it was founded in 1966.
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As he prepares for his time with the Stanley Cup, Sidney Crosby has no time for rest in Cole Harbour
His plate is full — hockey school, world championships, another parade — but the Pens captain will have time for Stanley Cup fun.
Team officials said the companies have an interest in building a headquarters on the 28-acre publicly owned tract in the Hill District.
GM Jim Rutherford said the Penguins would still like to bring back veteran Matt Cullen.
The screening will feature highlights and interviews that document the team’s championship run.
Penguins right winger Phil Kessel is not expected to miss any playing time following hand sugery.
Wilson, signed to a one-year, two-way contract, appeared in 29 games for Florida last season and had no points.
Management is ready to plug Sundqvist into his spot, if necessary.
A third-round pick in 2013, Penguins center prospect was productive in the 2016 postseason for the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins.
Rutherford accepts a three-year contract to stay on as general manager.
His mom, Ellen, spent time on the women's basketball coaching staff under Geno Auriemma.
The Penguins also signed Tom Sestito, Steve Oleksy and Stuart Percy to one-year, two-way contracts.
General manager Jim Rutherford will be looking for a player or two to upgrade their depth chart.
Tristan Jarry had a mixed season, but coaches see this year as an important period of reflection and learning for the young goaltender.
Youth participation in hockey is expected to surge due to the influence of successful run by team.
Penguins’ needs last season were radically different than this year’s, which means the team isn’t expected
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Other franchises, politicians and a lot of higher-learning institutions would love to have Morehouse’s insight.
Signed out of St. Cloud State, Penguins defensive prospect Ethan Prow is learning to play a two-way game.
“He’s excited about next season. He’d like that to be in Pittsburgh,” agent Pat Morris said.
Goalie Filip Gustavsson will participate in the camp from Wednesday through Saturday.
Dick’s has a longstanding partnership with the Penguins, so the Dick’s community hosted an appearance of the cup in Cranberry.
Recchi, now the Penguins’ player development coach, won Stanley Cups with the Penguins, Carolina and Boston.
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Team declines to give the defenseman the $3.9 million qualifying offer to retain his rights.
Erixon, 25, was acquired from Toronto in the Phil Kessel trade last July 1.
Bypassed twice, he ranks among the most productive offensive players in NHL history.
Nonetheless, Gustavsson might spend a couple more years in Sweden before coming to North America.
Earlier, they took Swedish goalie Filip Gustavsson and Finnish right winger Kasper Bjorkqvist with the final selection in Round 2.
Calgary’s acquisition of Elliott from St. Louis takes Flames out of the mix.
The Penguins will hold their annual prospects development camp June 29-July 2 at their practice facility in Cranberry.
The team wore the Pittsburgh gold uniforms during Stanley Cup playoff home games this past season.
Winning Stanley Cup makes it easier for scouts to accept lack of a first-round choice.
Penguins center Evgeni Malkin was sidelined 16 games due to a left elbow injury.
The general manager is the only one from the Penguins organization to pull in hardware at the NHL Awards show in Las Vegas.
Las Vegas is the largest population center in the U.S. without a team in the major professional sports.
Obama told Sullivan he should “take some credit” for the Penguins’ Cup run.
Pre-draft rumor mill had Chicago making a run at superstar forward, but GM says that’s not an option.
General manager Jim Rutherford looks like their best bet at the ceremony in Las Vegas.
Jim Rutherford said there is no truth to the rumor claiming the Chicago Blackhawks were interested in a possible trade for Evgeni Malkin.
They’ll see their Stanley Cup opponent, the San Jose Sharks, on Oct. 20 at Consol and Nov. 5 at the SAP Center.
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The team will play six games against three opponents and then open the season against Washington at Consol Energy Center on Oct. 13,
Porter, 30, played in 41 games this season before breaking his ankle.
“When you have the type of people that we have in our dressing room, you’re capable of great things,” Sullivan said.