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The Pittsburgh Penguins made their first round of cuts for the preseason this morning as they re-assigned 11 players today. Matt Murray, Tristan Jarry, Jean-Sebastien Dea and Matia Marcantuoni were sent back to their respective junior teams.
Paul Thompson, Tom Kostopoulos, Brian Gibbons and Dominik Uher, Clark Seymour, Reid McNeill and Nick D’Agostino were sent to Wilkes-Barre/Scranton training camp which starts later this week.
The Penguins now have 44 players remaining on the current training camp roster (25 forwards; 15 defenseman; 4 goaltenders).
Pittsburgh also announced they have signed un-drafted forward J.S. Dea to a three-year entry-level contract. Dea attended training camp on an amateur tryout contract before being reassigned this morning to his junior team. His contract will not begin until he decides to turn pro.
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I know the topic that I chose to write about this week has been talked about to do death, so I'm hoping to bring something new to the conversation. Pittsburgh Penguins' starting goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury is approaching the most important year of his career this season with a thousand question marks surrounding his future.
Fleury, 28, is entering the second to...
"Penguins Are Getting Defensive"
Newest Pittsburgh Penguins hire, assistant coach Jacques Martin, may not seem all that important or even go noticed among the fan base, but his presence is one that is much welcomed and will be felt this season. Martin, whose previous coaching resume includes three stops as a head coach, brings a wealth of knowledge to an already strong...
Apparently Evgeni Malkin is a new spokesperson for the shampoo "Head and Shoulders" in Russia.
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We’re happy to bring you our 2013-14 NHL Draft Ranks just in time for hockey draft season. Four of our experts weigh in on each of the position, and our consensus rankings should help give you the edge in your upcoming drafts. Questions, comments, insights about the ranks? Feel free to ask them directly on the rankings page and our team will find an answer in an effort to help...
Within a few weeks of their loss to Boston in the Eastern Conference final earlier this year the Penguins signed forwards Evgeni Malkin and Chris Kunitz and defenseman Kris Letang to contract extensions a year before their current deals expire.
Another seemingly logical player for such negotiations was defenseman Brooks Orpik their longest-tenured player.
From Journeyman to Superman
Picture an NHL player who was undrafted and then finally makes it to the NHL. He shows flashes of greatness, but hits a rough patch and shuffles between four different teams in a two-year period. Most of us would probably guess this story would result in the player’s career coming to a quiet end, perhaps meddling in the minor leagues for its...
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Join hosts Ken Will, Meesh, Nick Richter and Casey Johnston as they recap the first two preseason games and explore the first round of Training Camp cuts with Sam Kasan of PittsburghPenguins.com
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PITTSBURGH (AP) -- Adam Almquist scored two power-play goals in the second period and Tomas Tatar had a goal and assist to lead the Detroit Red Wings past the Pittsburgh Penguins 4-1 on Monday night in a preseason game. Paval Datsyuk also scored for Detroit, netting a second-period, unassisted goal. Almquist scored at 6:10 and 11:50 with shots from the point to put the Red Wings...
Evgeni Malkin of the Pittsburgh Penguins is the #4 forward points-only hockey pool pick. He is a Russian born center who is 27 years old. He is an outstanding playmaker and sniper. With James Neal on his line, he is going to make an impact for your fantasy team. Malkin has historically racked up more points when Sidney Crosby has been out of the lineup. A downside to drafting is he has
This was a really bad game to watch. Borderline unwatchable really. Some Swede scored two great goals for the Wings. The Penguins looked out of sync.
Hey, everyone, do the Penguins have a forward type? In case you didn't know, watching this preseason game revealed what the Penguins want in a forward. Omitting Kunitz, Sutter, Dupes, Jokinen, and Crosby, the...
Before the regular season officially starts, we figured that it would make sense to say goodbye to the players who left the Penguins during the offseason. So, after tthe jump, that's exactly what we do.
We made fun of Tyler Kennedy a lot over the years and, in many cases, it was warranted. No one could hit a goaltender's chest quite like...