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Penguins sign Filip Hallander to entry level deal

Penguins sign Filip Hallander to entry level deal

A prospect worth keeping an eye on. With apologies to Jake Guentzel, the Pittsburgh Penguins really haven’t drafted a forward high to give their fans someone to track and be excited since....Beau Bennett in 2010? Filip Hallander probably changes that. with the formality of signing his entry level contract now a matter taken care of. The Penguins have signed forward Filip Hallander (@FHallander) to a three-year, entry-level contract. Pittsburgh chose Hallander in the 2nd round of this year's draft. Hallander will spend 2018.19 skating for Timra IK of the Swedish Hockey League.More:...

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PensBurgh Jul 15, 2018
All of Sidney Crosby’s “baseball” goals in time for the MLB All-Star game

All of Sidney Crosby’s “baseball” goals in time for the MLB All-Star game

A highlight reel of some of Sidney Crosby’s most fun goals With the Pittsburgh Pirates on a four game winning steak to enter the All-Star game (woot woot) what better way to celebrate the mid-summer classic than by going back and looking at some baseball style goals by Sidney Crosby? Related: thankfully it’s “mid-summer” now which means you can almost hear ruts being cut into a fresh sheet of ice and whistles blowing for the start of NHL training camp. That’s a fun trip down memory lane. Those goals are just so ridiculously coordinated, the first time maybe it’s a fluke. The...
Sportsnet.ca Jul 15, 2018
Penguins sign forward Filip Hallander to a three-year deal

Penguins sign forward Filip Hallander to a three-year deal

The Pittsburgh Penguins have signed forward Filip Hallander to a three-year deal. The post Remembering Ray ‘Razor’ Emery appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
PensBurgh Jul 14, 2018
Saturday: Bellerive recovering, WWE’s Elias roasts Philadelphia and the Flyers

Saturday: Bellerive recovering, WWE’s Elias roasts Philadelphia and the Flyers

Pens prospect Jordy Bellerive is recovering There was a scary situation last month when Penguins prospect Jordy Bellerive got injured in a fire accident in Canada. He’s out of the hospital and back to training with this update from Jon Stea, his fitness coach. About a month ago @penguins prospect @bellerive16 was involved in a serious bonfire accident. Fortunately, all those involved survived, with one still in hospital. Jordy’s recovery is weeks ahead of schedule due to his commitment to his nutrition. His progress in the gym has been incredible. From bodyweight exercise 12 day’s...

Jamie Oleksiak looks to continue upward trajectory with Penguins

Jamie Oleksiak played 47 regular-season games with the Penguins in 2017-18, plus 12 more in the postseason. Plenty was accomplished. From becoming an NHL regular to the physical presence he provided to career-best offensive numbers across the board and even his first foray into the Stanley Cup playoffs.
PensBurgh Jul 13, 2018
2018 Player Report Card: Sidney Crosby

2018 Player Report Card: Sidney Crosby

#87 in your programs, #1 in your hearts. It’s the season review for the Captain Sidney Crosby. Profile Name: Sidney Crosby Position: Center Age: 30 (31 on 8/7) Resume (via hockeydb): Crosby’s goals year to year were down by 15, mainly due to a rotten shooting percentage (including just 7.1% at 5v5), but on the plus side his 60 assists were the most he’s had in years and the prettiest number of all is 82 — as in not missing a single game for the first time in his NHL career. Fancy Stats How can a player so good have such a great process, yet get such...
Sportsnet.ca Jul 12, 2018
Penguins GM Jim Rutherford dials back comments about Blue Jackets

Penguins GM Jim Rutherford dials back comments about Blue Jackets

Pittsburgh Penguins general manager Jim Rutherford says he regrets comments he made about the Columbus Blue Jackets earlier this month. The post Penguins GM Jim Rutherford dials back comments about Blue Jackets appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.

A familiar face could be Penguins’ next top-six wing

The Penguins could open the 2018-19 regular season with a new top-six left wing, but it wouldn’t involve a trade for Jeff Skinner, Max Pacioretty or any of the other premium players they’ve been linked to over the past couple of weeks.

Jim Rutherford praises Blue Jackets after free-agency flap

When Penguins general manager Jim Rutherford described the signing of defenseman Jack Johnson on July 1, what he said roiled many inside the Columbus Blue Jackets organization.
PensBurgh Jul 12, 2018
Pittsburgh re-signs Jamie Oleksiak to a three-year deal

Pittsburgh re-signs Jamie Oleksiak to a three-year deal

The “Big Rig” will be bringing in the big bucks. Who needs arbitration? Hours after Jamie Olekisak’s arbitration hearing date was announced, the Penguins went and signed the rugged defenseman to a shiny new contact. From the Penguins: The Pittsburgh Penguins have re-signed defenseman Jamie Oleksiak to a three-year contract, it was announced today by executive vice president and general manager Jim Rutherford. The deal runs through the 2020-21 campaign and it carries an average annual value of $2,137,500. Oleksiak, 25, parlayed his acquisition from the Dallas Stars on December 19,...
Last Word on Hockey Jul 12, 2018
Jamie Oleksiak Re-Signs With the Pittsburgh Penguins

Jamie Oleksiak Re-Signs With the Pittsburgh Penguins

Jamie Oleksiak has re-signed with the Pittsburgh Penguins. Oleksiak was traded from the Dallas Stars to the Penguins last season. The contract is a three-year deal worth $6.4125 million, or $2.1375 million per season AAV. The two sides avoided an upcoming arbitration hearing. The Penguins have re-signed defenseman @jamieoleksiak to a three-year contract. The deal runs through the 2020.21 campaign and it carries an average annual value of $2,137,500. Details: https://t.co/kQDQd4OMaC pic.twitter.com/zzveS3WdMU — Pittsburgh Penguins (@penguins) July 12, 2018 Pittsburgh Penguins Re-Sign Jamie...

Jamie Oleksiak gets three-year extension with Penguins

The Penguins announced Thursday night they’ve signed defenseman Jamie Oleksiak to a three-year contract extension with an average-annual value of $2,137,500.
Sportsnet.ca Jul 12, 2018
Penguins re-sign defenceman Jamie Oleksiak to 3-year contract

Penguins re-sign defenceman Jamie Oleksiak to 3-year contract

The Pittsburgh Penguins have re-signed defenceman Jamie Oleksiak to a three-year contract valued at $6,412.500. The post Penguins re-sign defenceman Jamie Oleksiak to 3-year contract appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.

Jamie Oleksiak's arbitration hearing set for July 28

The NHLPA announced dates for arbitration hearings on Thursday afternoon, and Penguins defenseman Jamie Oleksiak is on the schedule for July 28 in Toronto.
PensBurgh Jul 12, 2018
Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins 2018 Summer Update

Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins 2018 Summer Update

A legend retires, a legend returns, voices change, and much more. Join us now as we recap the farm’s offseason. Hello everyone! I hope your summers are going well. With the release of the full 2018-19 American Hockey League schedule on Wednesday, let’s take a look now at what the WBS Penguins have been doing this summer to prepare for their 20th season in northeastern Pennsylvania. KOSTOPOULOS RETIRES, THEN RETURNS...WITH AN OLD FRIEND The first big shoe to drop after Charlotte swept the WBS Penguins out of the 2018 Calder Cup playoffs was the retirement of longtime captain and...

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