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Penguins to make 15 appearances on NBC networks next season

The Penguins' reign as defending Stanley Cup champions will include 15 appearances on NBC or NBC Sports Network broadcasts during the 2016-17 season, the network ...

Crosby hoists Stanley Cup during parade in Canada

HALIFAX, Nova Scotia — For Sidney Crosby, there's no place like Cole Harbour. His hometown welcomed back the Penguins captain with ecstatic cheers and chants of ...

Penguins' Crosby takes Stanley Cup to Tim Hortons

HALIFAX, Nova Scotia — Sidney Crosby picked up the Stanley Cup at the Halifax airport and made a surprise visit to his hometown Tim Hortons. ...

Jack Riley, Penguins' 1st general manager, dies at age 97

Jack Riley, who never played in the NHL but became the first general manager of the Penguins, died Wednesday. He was 97. Riley twice held ...

Crosby's Nova Scotia camp thrills kids from around the globe

COLE HARBOUR, Nova Scotia — When Sid was still a kid, stepping onto the ice over the summer months was just as much about making ...

Penguins re-sign defenseman Schultz for 1 year, $1.4M

Penguins general manager Jim Rutherford and his staff eased into NHL free agency this month and focused their energy on securing league-minimum, two-way contracts with ...

Wheeling Nailers name former Penguin as new head coach

Bill Guerin's life as a professional hockey player with the New Jersey Devils' organization began in 1991 with an assist from Jeff Christian, a winger ...

Penguins' Kessel undergoes hand surgery, should be ready for training camp

While leading the Penguins in playoff scoring and finishing second to Sidney Crosby by a razor-thin margin in balloting for the Conn Smythe Trophy, Phil ...

Penguins sign former Panthers forward Wilson

The Penguins added a forward to their depth chart Thursday, signing 25-year-old Garrett Wilson to a one-year, two-way contract. Wilson, a 6-foot-2, 190-pound left wing, played ...

Former Penguins strength coach Welday dies at 57

John Welday, the longtime Penguins strength and conditioning coach who was a part of Stanley Cup championship teams in 1991 and 1992, died suddenly while ...

Some Penguins reaching new heights

When most people think of hockey players, they don't often picture tall, lanky bodies that tower over people on and off the ice. For many ...

Penguins notebook: Third-round pick Hall surprises on final day of development camp

When the Penguins used the third-round pick they acquired from New Jersey in exchange for Beau Bennett to select Connor Hall in last month's NHL ...

Penguins prospects eager to impress while learning how to be a pro

Ethan Prow finished his first Penguins development camp Saturday with a better idea of how to embody a prospect within the organization but with little ...

Rutherford signs on for 3 more years as Penguins GM 

It became difficult to separate the sentiments expressed by Penguins president David Morehouse and general manager Jim Rutherford on Friday at UPMC Lemieux Sports Complex ...

Rossi: Pens' time now, so Rutherford fits

He won over the Penguins before he won with the Penguins. Which should surprise nobody. Jim Rutherford could charm a leprechaun. It was no lucky charm ...

Penguins boost defensive depth on 1st day of free agency

Associate general manager Jason Botterill got the itch Friday afternoon. When the clock struck noon and the NHL free agent signing period opened, teams across the ...

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