Pittsburgh Penguins

30-27 (67% ATS)

Team Snapshot
Goals For / Game 3.42 5th
Goals Against / Game 3.02 15th
Power Play % 23.2 6th
Penalty Kill % 82.2 7th
2018-19 Metropolitan Division Standings
NY Islanders 34 17 6 74
Washington 32 19 7 71
Columbus 32 21 3 67
Pittsburgh 30 20 7 67
Carolina 29 22 6 64
Philadelphia 26 24 7 59
NY Rangers 24 24 8 56
New Jersey 21 28 8 50


  • There are no injuries listed at this time.

Pittsburgh Penguins News

  • 1 hour ago

    PensBurgh: NHL Trade deadline: Maatta injury should re-align Penguins' priorities back to defensive add


    There's only ten days left to the NHL trade deadline and the Pittsburgh Penguins are in wait and see mode.

    First and foremost, they need to see how the team responds to the big trade already made. They really haven't had Evgeni Malkin available much to fit in with Nick Bjugstad (1 goal, 1 assist as a Penguin in 7 games) and Jared McCann (3 goals, no assists).

    Will Bjugstad be their third line center? It seems like reports are true he's better served on the wing.

  • 3 hours ago

    ESPN.com: How Muggsy Bogues saved his brother's life, and found the meaning of his own


    In the Muggsy Bogues family suite on Muggsy Bogues Night in Charlotte, North Carolina, last December, high-top tables are covered in Muggsy Bogues bobbleheads and chicken tenders, Muggsy Bogues' favorite stadium food.

    Muggsy Bogues is downstairs standing in a crowd near the corner of the hardwood, a few minutes away from a halftime ceremony in his honor at a game between the Hornets and Knicks at the Spectrum Center.

  • 5 hours ago

    PensBurgh: Friday Thoughts: Kunitz 1000, Metro playoff picture, Schultz return and more


    One of the best days of the year, the Penguins charity event night.

    Phil Kessel is always great in the caption game, and he's also looking like the guy she told you not to worry about.

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    A post shared by Phil Kessel (@phil_kessel_81_) on Feb 14, 2019 at 4:56pm PST

    And as always Kris Letang gets a yearly selfie in.


    Nice to see old friend Chris Kunitz get into his 1,000th game last night.

    Kunitz spent 569 of those in a Pens jersey.

  • 7 hours ago

    PensBurgh: Pens Points: Fire Drill


    Patric Hornqvist is in the midst of one ugly offensive slump. [Pensburgh]

    Zach Aston-Reese, hot off the heels from returning after rehabbing a hand injury, is ready to show that he belongs in the lineup moving forward. [Trib Live]

    The Penguins defense, collectively, has been, uh, not good. Pucks are often finding their way past the pairings, but Matt Murray has been there to save the day. [Trib Live]

    Evgeni Malkin had some pretty choice words when speaking to the media about the scuffle with Michael Raffl.

  • Yesterday at 9:04pm
  • Will Simon win Knock Out?He wins a signed photo... of himself. https://t.co/LMkxVe1ADY

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  • Yesterday at 11:12am

    PensBurgh: Patric Hornqvist continues on offensive dry spell


    Ever since returning from his second concussion this season, Patric Hornqvist has severely cooled off in on-ice production.

    His six points (three goals, three assists) in his last 20 games played appears as a huge stain, especially when you consider he hasn't made it onto the score sheet in any of his last 10 contests. His last point (an assist) dates all the way back to January 8 vs. Florida. At even-strength, Hornqvist has been a total ghost, failing to drive offense as a third and fourth-line winger on the Penguins' bottom-six.

  • Yesterday at 9:59am

    PensBurgh: Pens Points: Well-Oiled Machine


    For the first time in a month, the Penguins won back-to-back games with a 3-1 victory over the Edmonton Oilers on Wednesday night. It was a comeback effort from the Pens who trailed 1-0 after the first period of play but battled back to score three unanswered goals. Bryan Rust notched his 16th goal of the season with a shorthanded tally then Teddy Blueger put home the eventual game winner less than four minutes later. Matt Murray put on another dazzling performance in goal, stopping 38 shots, including a Connor McDavid penalty shot with the Pens in front 2-1 in the second period.

  • Yesterday at 8:48am

    PensBurgh: Weekes: "Murray could put 10 pounds of muscle on that frame and become resilient to injury"


    NHL broadcaster Kevin Weekes joined Episode 12 of the show and immediately dropped a bomb within the first minute of our interview with him after complimenting Matt Murray's stellar 50-save performance against the Flyers on Monday.

    "My biggest thing for Matt Murray now as he goes forward is that I want to see him make some gains off the ice," said Weekes. "I think he can put on 10 pounds of muscle on that frame and become a little bit more resilient to injury. He certainly has a lot of talent, he has the mentality having won two Stanley Cups already, and he's learned a lot from (Marc-Andre Fleury) as well.

  • Yesterday at 6:52am

    PensBurgh: The "What Ifs" with Sidney Crosby and Mario Lemieux


    The Pittsburgh Penguins organization, and by extension its fans and city, have been kind of spoiled over the past 30 years in terms of on-ice success and the caliber of player that has played for the team.

    The five championships are tied for the second-most in the NHL in the post-Original Six era, and from 1984 on the Penguins have pretty much consistently had what is arguably the best player in the league (or at least a top-three player) playing on their team, from Mario Lemieux and Jaromir Jagr, to Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin.

  • Yesterday at 4:56am

    PensBurgh: Pens Points: That Winning Feeling


    Ending a losing streak against one of the hottest teams in hockey is nice. Ending a losing streak against one of the hottest teams in hockey who happens to be one of your biggest rivals is even better. With a 4-1 victory over the Philadelphia Flyers on Monday night, the Penguins ended a four game losing streak while ending the Flyers 10 game point streak in the process. Sidney Crosby welcomed young Carter Hart to the league with his 40th career goal against the cross-state rivals while Matt Murray returned to the crease, stopping a career high 50 shots.

  • Yesterday at 2:34am

    My NHL Trade Rumors: NHL News: Habs-Kings Trade, Pens-Jackets Trade, Waivers and a Blackhawks Signing


    The Los Angeles Kings trade forward Nate Thompson and 2019 5th round pick (Chicago) for a 2019 4th round pick (Calgary)

    Joey Alfieri: "#Habs trade away the fourth-rounder they got from the Flames, but they land the fifth-rounder the Kings got from Arizona. Canadiens have their own fourth and they now have three fifths (ARZ, CHI, EDM)"

    Jon Rosen: The Kings had acquired the 5th round pick from the Blackhawks for the rights to Dominik Kubalik.

    Some thoughts from the media

    Cap Friendly: "Montreal acquiring Thompson with 55 days left in the season, means the #Habs will only use $487,903 of their projected cap space as a result of today's trade.

  • Edmonton vs Pittsburgh (Feb 13) February 13 at 11:38pm

    PensBurgh: Penguins vs. Oilers Recap: The Matt Murray Redemption tour rolls on. Pens down Edmonton 3-1


    No Evgeni Malkin (suspension) or Olli Maatta (injury) makes for the returns of Teddy Blueger and Chad Ruhwedel from healthy scratch land. Zach Aston-Reese is also back from injury and bumps Dominik Simon (healthy).

    After a brief period of two out of conference teams feeling out the first few minutes, the Oilers strike on a counter-attack. Kris Letang steps up to lead a rush, which is fine. Tanner Pearson maybe loses the puck too easily, but really here you have to tip your cap to Edmtonton defenseman Oscar Klefbom.

  • February 13 at 10:08pm
  • Back in Pittsburgh after his 50 save game and @mattmurray_30 is continuing to impress. https://t.co/Gi2xRMgHK6

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  • February 13 at 9:11pm

    Pens Labyrinth: Pittsburgh Penguins Take Down Rival From Philly


    The Pittsburgh Penguins knew that last night would bring a very grueling and difficult challenge. They were facing the Flyers, a team that had not lost a game in regulation time since January 12th. So to say that the Flyers were very confident heading into last night would be underplaying the facts. And the Penguins, just as they have done all season long, found a way to get the victory.

    Whenever you are facing a rival, the outcomes are always going to be at least a little bit unexpected, and that is what we had last night. For starters, Crosby put up three points, this coming after he has not been himself over the past couple of weeks.

  • February 13 at 8:10pm
  • Well, are you? https://t.co/gSUrwnj7wm

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