Pittsburgh Penguins

  • Goals For
    241 GF
  • Goals Against
    199 GA
  • Power Play %
    18.4 PP%
  • Penalty Kill %
    84.4 PK%
  • Penalty Mins
    693 PIM
  • Brandon Pirri makes Rangers’ offense so deep, a trade may be needed
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    Brandon Pirri makes Rangers’ offense so deep, a trade may be needed

    Want to make your brain hurt a little? Try to narrow down the New York Rangers’ forward group to a mere 12 after the whip-smart signing of Brandon Pirri became official. To start, you have the obvious guys: Rick Nash, Derek Stepan, J.T. Miller, Chris Kreider, Mats Zuccarello, Mika Zibanejad and Kevin Hayes. Then you add new arrivals in Pirri, Jimmy Vesey, Nathan Gerbe, Michael Grabner and Josh Jooris. The list above includes 12 mostly-viable options and we haven’t even discussed the likes of Oscar Lindberg, Jesper Fast and fringe types such as Tanner Glass. Throw in prospects such as Pavel Buchnevich and Marek Hrivik and … well, it sure becomes such a strength that things feel pretty crowded

  • Avalanche hire Jared Bednar as new head coach
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    Avalanche hire Jared Bednar as new head coach

    All 30 NHL teams now have a head coach for the 2016-17 season. Just a couple of weeks after Patrick Roy abruptly left the Colorado Avalanche organization, the team announced on Thursday afternoon that Jared Bednar will replace him behind the bench. “After profiling the type of coach I wanted for our team and going through an interview process with several good candidates, I believe that Jared Bednar is the best person to lead this team behind the bench,” Avalanche General Manager Joe Sakic said in a team statement. “Jared’s track record of success as a head coach in the American Hockey League speaks for itself and he is considered to be one of the top up-and-coming coaches in our business.” “Even

  • Poll: Will Jaromir Jagr lead the Panthers in scoring again?
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    Poll: Will Jaromir Jagr lead the Panthers in scoring again?

    This is part of Florida Panthers day at PHT… At age 43 Jaromir Jagr was the oldest player in the NHL last season by more than four years. You would have never known it when watching him play. He was still a dominant top-line player and on many night was the best player on the team. His 66 points were more than any player in NHL history age 43 or older, and he finished as the team’s leading scorer. While he has obviously slowed down from where he was during his peak years in the league when he was one of best players ever, he is still playing at a level that almost no other player in NHL history has been able to match at this age. And there doesn’t seem to be any sign of him dramatically slowing