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Report: Hurricanes grant GM Waddell permission to speak to other teams

The Carolina Hurricanes have granted president and general manager Don Waddell permission to speak to other teams as his current deal will soon, reports TSN's Pierre LeBrun.LeBrun added that Waddell interviewed with the Columbus Blue Jackets on Thurs

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Published: 56 minutes ago

Penguins Blog: Penciling Prospects into Pens’ Lineup

It may come as a shock, but the Pittsburgh Penguins may have too many prospects ready for a spot in the NHL lineup next season. No joke. The Penguins organization, which has been bereft of minor league talent for a handful of years or more, very well

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Published: 11 hours ago

Dan’s Daily: Tocchet Wins, Florida Gets Physical, Penguins Awards

The Florida Panthers physically punished the New York Rangers and pulled away in Game 1. Rick Tocchet was honored as the best coach in the NHL. We finally reached the end of the Pittsburgh Penguins rumors with Sheldon Keefe as the New Jersey Devils h

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Published: 15 hours ago

2023-24 Season In Review: Pierre-Olivier Joseph

Photo by Joe Sargent/NHLI via Getty Images Checking in with how defenseman Pierre-Olivier Joseph performed during the 2023-24 NHL season. Vitals Player: Pierre-Olivier Joseph
Born: July 1, 1999 (Age 24 season)
Height: 6

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Published: 17 hours ago

Could we see a Penguins/Flyers outdoor rubber match at Penn State?

Photo by Randy Litzinger/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images The door is open for an epic potential location for the next Pens/Flyers outdoor game The NHL loves its outdoor games. The television spectacle is top notch. The crowd

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Published: 17 hours ago

Penguins Re-Sign St. Ivany and Gruden

The Penguins have re-signed defenseman Jack St. Ivany to a three-year deal with an AAV of $775K. A right-handed shot, the rangy 6’3” 201-pounder was slated to become an RFA when his current contract expired on July 1. Personally, I liked what I

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Published: 1 day ago

The End of the Keefe to Penguins Rumors

More than a few analysts wondered aloud, and more than a few Toronto types opined. If the Toronto Maple Leafs didn’t advance past Round One, they would fire coach Sheldon Keefe, and Pittsburgh Penguins president of hockey operations/GM Kyle Dubas w

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Published: 1 day ago

NHL Conference Final predictions

Photo by Sam Hodde/Getty Images Can we finally break .500 on picks? It hasn’t been the best prognosticating year for us here — the chalk has been carrying the day. We ended up with just a 2-2 record in the second round pre

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Published: 1 day ago

Penguins Blog: St. Ivany Steal, Free Agent Shopping, Fan Reaction

The Pittsburgh Penguins moved to lock up a couple of their restricted free agents on Tuesday, and in the process, defenseman Jack St. Ivany appears to have given the team a sweetheart three-year deal. Not that fans will mind a young, tough defenseman

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Published: 1 day ago

The elusive playoff goals record is under threat again

For one fabled night in the 1976 postseason, the Bruins couldn't stop Reggie Leach.The Flyers sharpshooter wheeled down both wings to snap five pucks past Boston's Gilles Gilbert, exploiting the stand-up goaltending method that ruled the era. The flu

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Published: 1 day ago

Is signing UFA Jake Guentzel in Canucks’ off-season plans?

Mike Halford and Jason Brough look ahead to what moves the Canucks might make this off-season, and why they think signing Jake Guentzel would be a perfect fit on this team next year.

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Published: 1 day ago

The Envelope, Please. And the Penguins’ Winners Are …

The NHL is in the process of handing out individual honors and awards earned during the regular season and, to the surprise of absolutely no one, the Pittsburgh Penguins will come out of the process empty-handed. That’s generally the fate of any te

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Published: 1 day ago