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PensBurgh May 23, 2018
A 2009 Penguin will win another Stanley Cup this year, catching up with the rest of that group

A 2009 Penguin will win another Stanley Cup this year, catching up with the rest of that group

Kunitz? Fleury? Orpik? One former Penguin Cup champion from 2009 is about to win another one. Had a realization the other day that one member of the Penguins 2009 Stanley Cup champion will be hoisting the Cup again this season no matter what. There’s only three teams remaining and Brooks Orpik, Marc-Andre Fleury and Chris Kunitz are split up among each of them. It hasn’t even been a decade, but here’s where that team is. (Going off at least playing 1 playoff game with the Pens in ‘09) Still playing in the NHL Evgeni Malkin, Sidney Crosby, Jordan Staal, Orpik, Kunitz, Fleury, Kris...
PensBurgh May 23, 2018
Keeping Murray was always the right decision

Keeping Murray was always the right decision

Last year, GM Rutherford had a goalie decision to make. When you break it down, it’s clear he made the correct choice. On June 21, 2003, the Pittsburgh Penguins selected goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury with the top overall pick in the 2003 NHL Entry Draft in Nashville. Over the course of the next 14 years, Fleury went on to become one of the cornerstones of the Penguins franchise that included Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin. Together, the trio won three Stanley Cups, and Fleury became the franchise’s all-time leader in almost every major statistical category for a goaltender. Fast...
SportsDay May 21, 2018
Stars mock draft roundup: Could Dallas land forward who compares his style of play to Evgeni Malkin?

Stars mock draft roundup: Could Dallas land forward who compares his style of play to Evgeni Malkin?

Need some mock drafts? You've come to the right place. We've got 10 all in one spot.The Stars will pick 13th overall in the first round this year after missing the playoffs. This will be the ninth time in the last 10 years that Dallas has a pick in the top 15. Here's a quick breakdown of whom draft experts have going to the Stars in the first round.Jesperi Kotkaniemi, C/W, Assat (SM-Liiga)SportingNews' Steve Kournianos [May 21]: "Yet another strong international showing, this time at the under-18 world championship, may very well vault this Finnish forward into the top 10. If he slips, the...
PensBurgh May 21, 2018
On This Day: Evgeni Malkin’s Legendary Milkshake

On This Day: Evgeni Malkin’s Legendary Milkshake

There was no stopping the big Russian bear. On This Day reflects on Game 2 of the 2009 Eastern Conference Final a.k.a. the insane Evgeni Malkin hat-trick game. *** In short, the Pittsburgh Penguins swept the Carolina Hurricanes to advance to their second consecutive Stanley Cup Final series against the Detroit Red Wings. Game 2 is fondly remembered by many Pens fans, and for good reason. The contest featured a total of 11 goals, including the aforementioned HT. Geno’s first goal was scored thanks to a Cam Ward rebound from a prior Tyler Kennedy shot. The game would progress on into the...
PensBurgh May 18, 2018
On This Day: A New Generation

On This Day: A New Generation

On May 18 ten years ago, the Penguins bested the Philadelphia Flyers to usher in a new era. On This Day ends the week with a look back at at the 2008 Eastern Conference Final. The clash between the Flyers and Penguins ended with Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin advancing to their first-ever Stanley Cup Final. *** The series commenced on May 9, 2008. Evgeni Malkin stole the show by scoring with 7 seconds left in the first period to take a 3-2 lead, and did so again with a shorthanded goal in the second period, giving the Penguins a 1-0 series lead after Game 1. Game 2 saw Maxime Talbot score...
PensBurgh May 16, 2018
On This Day: End Of An Era

On This Day: End Of An Era

May 16 is a day in Penguins history that saw the Ray Shero regime come to a crumbling and humiliating end. With the Penguins now in full offseason mode, we’ll be starting a fun “On This Day” series that chronicles some of the best (or worst) moments in Penguins history on any given day. *** Ray Shero’s tenure as Penguins general manager was filled with positives, negatives, and everything in between. Reaching two Stanley Cup Finals with a youthful squad led by Evgeni Malkin, Kris Letang, Marc-Andre Fleury and Sidney Crosby and winning one of those two Cups against a very...
PensBurgh May 15, 2018
Derick Brassard’s cap hit for next season is the most redeeming quality about having traded for him

Derick Brassard’s cap hit for next season is the most redeeming quality about having traded for him

The Penguins center has one more year under contract with Pittsburgh -- and it’s at great value A big part of having success in todays NHL relies on center depth down the middle. There’s a reason that two Penguins teams that were running Sidney Crosby, Evgeni Malkin, Nick Bonino, and Matt Cullen won the Stanley Cup two years in a row. Jim Rutherford was tasked with work to do for the 2017-18 season, needing to replace Bonino and Cullen, who departed via free agency to Nashville and Minnesota, respectively. It took him some time to figure it out, as the Penguins started with the season...

Analysis: Penguins forwards — looking back and looking ahead

The Penguins got 42 goals and 98 points from Evgeni Malkin, his best offensive output since 2011-12. Phil Kessel finished the regular season with a career-high 92 points. Patric Hornqvist scored 29 goals, the second-most of his career, while the Penguins were one of just eight teams with five or more 20-goal scorers.
Puck Prose May 13, 2018

NHL Rumors: Could the Pittsburgh Penguins sign John Tavares?

The lastest NHL Rumors tie the Pittsburgh Penguins to soon-to-be free agent center John Tavares. Is it plausible for them to afford him?  The Pittsburgh Penguins‘ quest for three consecutive Stanley Cups has come to an end. It was a noble attempt, but ultimately, the Washington Capitals got the best of them in six games […] NHL Rumors: Could the Pittsburgh Penguins sign John Tavares? - Puck Prose - Puck Prose - NHL
PensBurgh May 13, 2018
Watch Sidney Crosby play mini sticks with Nikita Malkin

Watch Sidney Crosby play mini sticks with Nikita Malkin

Fun and family time! About a week ago, it wouldn’t have been surprising if on Friday night Evgeni Malkin and Sidney Crosby could have been playing hockey in front of 20,000 people in Tampa and many more on TV for Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals, but it didn’t work out that way. Instead, they ended up together on Friday night, playing some mini sticks with one Nikita Malkin, having some fun and getting some time in with the next generation. when your trainer Malkin and Crosby A post shared by Anna Kasterova (@anna_kasterova) on May 11, 2018 at 8:47pm PDT Life...
PensBurgh May 9, 2018
Evgeni Malkin will not play in World Championships due to knee injury

Evgeni Malkin will not play in World Championships due to knee injury

The Penguins star was hampered through this playoffs and his season has come to an end. It was no secret nor a surprise that Evgeni Malkin was playing through an injury after sitting out a few games at the end of the Philadelphia series and beginning of the Washington series. We know know what that injury was (and might expect more details on it from the Penguins when getaway day comes.) ⚡Нападающий Евгений Малкин не сможет приехать в сборную из-за травмы колена. Желаем скорейшего выздоровления,...
PensBurgh May 9, 2018
Phil Kessel is the last player the Penguins should consider trading

Phil Kessel is the last player the Penguins should consider trading

It’s offseason so it’s rumor and hypothetical time. But one move the Penguins absolutely should not do (for a hockey and management perspective) is consider trading Phil Kessel. It’s the Penguins offseason, which means a variety of media members floating numerous theories, suggestions, and best of all, predictions that they’ll be trading star players. Usually it’s Evgeni Malkin or Kris Letang. Now it’s starting to be Phil Kessel. Hell, some idiot columnist will have to take to his grave the fact he said “don’t be surprised if the Pens trade Phil Kessel” in summer 2017. If...
Sportsnet.ca May 4, 2018
Penguins battle through gritty Game 4 to pull level with Capitals

Penguins battle through gritty Game 4 to pull level with Capitals

Jake Guentzel kept rolling, Evgeni Malkin willed his way to a game winner, and the Pittsburgh Penguins managed to grind out a victory in Game 4. They’ll head to Washington with the teams’ series tied at 2-2. The post Penguins battle through gritty Game 4 to pull level with Capitals appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
PensBurgh May 3, 2018
Game 4 Recap: Jake the Snake puts sleeper hold on the Capitals in Penguins win

Game 4 Recap: Jake the Snake puts sleeper hold on the Capitals in Penguins win

Jake Guentzel scores 2 goals, Sid Crosby with 2 assists and Evgeni Malkin with a PPG GWG. Yes, please! Lineups Hey Carl..Good to see you! Carl Hagelin is back in the lineup for the Penguins. Welcome back to the lineup, @CarlHagelin! pic.twitter.com/9wpTIiuwwY— Pittsburgh Penguins (@penguins) May 3, 2018 1st period Coach Mike Sullivan gets wily, the starting line is Hagelin - Evgeni Malkin - Patric Hornqvist. They didn’t even warm up together! Jamie Oleksiak and Justin Schultz are the d-pair which is also new. Jake Guentzel and Sidney Crosby get Dominik Simon as a winger. And...
CBC News May 2, 2018
NHL players make hockey worlds must-see tournament

NHL players make hockey worlds must-see tournament

The hockey world championships have been overshadowed by the Olympic tournament since the 1998 Nagano Games, the first to feature NHL players. Not this year. Although Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin are busy with their bid for a Stanley Cup three-peat, some of the sport's biggest names will be on the ice in Denmark.

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Penguins Player News

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    Derick Brassard

    Senators’ Late Round Draft Success

  • Sidney Crosby

    A 2009 Penguin will win another Stanley Cup this year, catching up with the rest of that group

  • Evgeni Malkin

    A 2009 Penguin will win another Stanley Cup this year, catching up with the rest of that group

  • Jake Guentzel

    Penguins Top Line Needs Guentzel’s Game

  • Matt Murray

    Penguins GM Jim Rutherford made right call on Marc-Andre Fleury-Matt Murray goaltending decision

  • Zach Aston-Reese

    Zach Aston-Reese addresses Tom Wilson hit, development for next season

  • Carl Hagelin

    The Penguins early playoff exit has family benefits for Carl Hagelin

  • Brian Dumoulin

    Brian Dumoulin's offensive game came alive in the playoffs

  • Phil Kessel

    Ron Cook: Soured relationship with Phil Kessel torpedoed Penguins' Cup hopes

  • Kris Letang

    Pittsburgh Penguins Off-Season Should be Quiet