- Is Marc-Andre Fleury or Tomas Vokoun a Better Starter for Pittsburgh Penguins?
The Pittsburgh Penguins are one of the top Stanley Cup contenders in the NHL heading into the 2013-14 season, but there will be no championship celebration in the Steel City next June if the team's goaltending fails to improve. The two players who will be tasked with giving the Penguins a strong performance from the game's most important position are Marc-Andre Fleury and Tomas Vokoun . Both …
- Bob Errey Previews Penguins Preseason
The Pittsburgh Penguins' preseason has begun, and Root Sports analyst Bob Errey is there to break it down with Sportsradio 93.7 The Fan's Vinnie and Cook.
- Top Storylines for the Pittsburgh Penguins 2013-14 Training Camp
Training camp has officially begun for the Pittsburgh Penguins , who look to rebound from their playoff disappointment and take the next step toward winning the Stanley Cup. Having endured a tumultuous offseason with the loss of longtime Pens Matt Cooke and Tyler Kennedy, the addition of new faces in Matt D'Agostini and Chuck Kobasew , and the return of Rob Scuderi , the Pens team that takes the …
- Penguins training camp: Marc-Andre Fleury receives vote of confidence from coach
Pittsburgh Penguins goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury is going to receive a great deal of attention during the 2013-14 regular season. After registering a dismal showing in the 2013 Stanley Cup playoffs , which amounted to a .883 save percentage and 3.52 goals against average over five appearances, questions persist about the future of the 28-year-old goaltender. While the jury is still out on Fleury …
- NHL Awards odds: Sidney Crosby favored to win all the 2013-14 trophies
(Pictured: The Adamantium exo-skull installed by the Pittsburgh Penguins around Sidney Crosby's brain is recalibrated.) If Sidney Crosby plays an 82-game season for the Pittsburgh Penguins and maintains the points-per-game average he had in 2012-13, he’ll be looking at 128 … Continue reading ?
- Pittsburgh Penguins put faith in core players ahead of new season despite last year’s playoff disappointment
Sidney Crosby's jaw is fully healed. His head is clear