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Dan’s Daily: Kuznetsov Bails; Penguins Competition; 2 Prospects Snubbed

Pittsburgh Penguins management pays special attention to how the Penguins stack against the division and so PHN is beginning to stack the new Penguins roster against the Metro Division rivals. Penguins prospect Tristan Broz showed some silky mitts la

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Ranking the jersey numbers picks of the new Penguins

And now for one of the most important topics of the offseason: critiquing the numbers the new players have chosen to wear for the Pens next season Yep, it’s the time to rank the jersey numbers of the new players on the Penguins. Man

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2024-25 Penguins’ Lineup Project: Third line, Center

Photo by Justin Berl/Getty Images There are three potential options here for this season. The people spoke yesterday, and you want to see free agent addition Anthony Beauvillier as the Penguins’ third-line left winger. Now

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Is Mike Sullivan Too Much of a Hockey Purist for the Penguins Good?

As I was pondering our Penguins in the wake of my latest rant over loading up on undersized defensemen, a thought popped into my head regarding long-time coach Mike Sullivan. Is he too much of a hockey purist for the good of the team? It’

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Watch: Penguins’ Broz Scores Filthy Goal in Da Beauty League

Pittsburgh Penguins prospect and national championship winner Tristan Broz showed off some silky mitts Wednesday evening in the Minnesota-based Da Beauty League. The league is an annual high-level summer-time gathering of NHL and professional players

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Looking at the Penguins (and other non-playoff team’s) chances of returning to the playoffs this season

Photo by Joe Sargent/NHLI via Getty Images There are going to be at least six or seven teams going for what is realistically two spots. Every year there is at least one team — and usually more — that makes the playoffs on

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Penguins vs. the Metro; How the Capitals Took Big Swings To Rebuild

The Pittsburgh Penguins are in a state of transition but have only laid the groundwork to get from here to there, that mysterious era beyond the core led by Sidney Crosby, Evgeni Malkin, and Kris Letang. In fact, last summer, the Penguins added to th

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Penguins’ Tanner Howe Gains Recognition, Invited Team Canada Camp

The Pittsburgh Penguins have two players in Team Canada’s summer showcase camp. 2023 first-rounder Brayden Yager played on the 2023 team, scoring five points in what became an early exit in the quarterfinal. Still, in a sign of a deepening prospect

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4 Offseason Landing Spots for Penguins Goalie Tristan Jarry amid NHL Trade Rumors

At this point it seems likely that the Pittsburgh Penguins are prepared to roll into the 2024-25 season with the same goalie duo they used during the 2023-24…

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2024-25 Penguins’ Lineup Project: Third line, left wing

Photo by Joe Sargent/NHLI via Getty Images This is where the Penguins depth will be tested. With Rickard Rakell being chosen for the right wing slot on the second line next to Evgeni Malkin, that wraps up the Penguins top-six

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NHL Rumors: Carolina Hurricanes, and the Pittsburgh Penguins

The Carolina Hurricanes have plenty of room to re-sign their three RFAs. Should the Pittsburgh Penguins offer sheet someone?

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The State of Penguins; Projections & How Rivals View Offseason

It’s the division. According to Pittsburgh Penguins president of hockey operations/GM Kyle Dubas, the first measuring stick is comparing his team to its division rivals because that’s where playoff berths and success begin. And that is how we’l

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