Sidney Crosby's between the legs dangle move past Ryan Strome, and backhand snipe on Cam Talbot has been nominated for the NHLFC award for Goal of The Year! Thoughts? Rate this goal from 1-10 🔥
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According to 'Hockey Buzz by Eklund', the Pittsburgh Penguins have their eye on Artemi Panarin...😍. Thoughts?
According to Dan Kingerski, league sources have confirmed that the Penguins could contact Wayne Simmonds, as both camps (Penguins and Simmonds), have mutual interest in reaching an agreement. Thoughts? I personally wouldn't like it, as Simmonds will likely sign for 5.5 mil AAV for 5-6 years, which is too much to spend on somebody whose play style really doesn't fit the team, as Simmonds plays a slow, physical game, compared to the fast, offensive gameplan of the Penguins.
Congratulations to Chris Thorburn, David Perron, Oskar Sundqvist and every single St Louis Blue who isn't named Robert Bortuzzo, on your Stanley Cup win!
According to Rory Boylen of Sportsnet, if the Pens decide to not trade Phil Kessel, it could most likely wind things back up in trade talks involving Evgeni Malkin. It is almost 100% that one of the two get traded this summer. Thoughts?
According to David Pagnotta of 'The 4th Period', the Penguins have shown interest in Coyotes forward Alex Galchenyuk, and the Coyotes are willing to part ways with him. Galchenyuk, 25, recorded 19-22-41 through 72 GP with the Coyotes this season, as he led the team in goals, and was third in points. Galchenyuk is pretty fast, and is good on the backcheck, but nothing special, and he carries a 4.9 mil caphit as he enters the final year of his contract, as he'll become a UFA in the Summer of 2020. If Galchenyuk were to be traded here, it'd be a part of a Phil Kessel trade. Thoughts? I personally don't know if I'd do this trade, although Galchenyuk is 5 years younger than Kessel, he's consistently posted 30-40 points less than Kessel per season, and while he is a better defender, its really not by much. The Pens would be getting more speed and age from this deal, along with some more cap, but that's about it, I personally wouldn't take it unless more was added.
According to French NHL Site, Dans Les Coulisses, the Penguins and Panthers have been in contact about a Jonathan Huberdeau/Evgeni Malkin swap, and have also heard a Penguins 1st round pick being in play, no knowledge on what year the pick is though. Huberdeau, 26, boasted a monsterous 30-62-92 statline through 82 GP in his 18-19 campaign with the Florida Panthers. Evgeni Malkin, 32, had a statline of 21-51-72 through 68 GP while struggling with injuries in his 18-19 campaign, but registered 42-56-98 in 78, the season prior. Thoughts?
Jim Rutherford has announced that he isn't actively looking to trade Evgeni Malkin or Kris Letang, BUT, doesn't guarantee that they will not be traded, stating "Wayne Gretzky was traded before". Thoughts?
The Penguins have traded defenseman Olli Maatta to the Chicago Blackhawks in exchange for Dominik Kahun and a 2019 5th! I love this trade, Kahun, 23, had 13-24-37 in 82 GP in his rookie season with the Blackhawks! I fucking love this trade, Kahun can slot into the top 9. Highway robbery for the Pens! Thoughts?
Trade is OFFICIAL! Penguins acquire Alex Galchenyuk and Pierre-Oliver Joseph for Phil Kessel, Dane Birks and a 2020 4th with no salary retained on Phil. Joseph is a 19 year old 1st round pick from 2017. Thoughts?
Here's my top 10 players list! I can already see the hate comments but let em roll. A couple honorable mentions are; Leon Draisaitl, Victor Hedman, Erik Karlsson, Mitch Marner and Johnny Gaudreau. Thoughts? Who'd I leave out that was deserving of a spot?
According to Josh Yohe of the Athletic, a Phil Kessel trade is unlikely at this point, as his 8 team trade list has made him EXTREMELY hard to trade. Jim Rutherford stated that he also expects Phil Kessel to play for Pittsburgh next season. Thoughts?
Two Pens stand at the top of the top 5 NHL active points leaders, both of them with a better PPG than the other 3🔥: - 1.Joe Thornton, 1478 in 1566 GP, 0.94 PPG 2.Sidney Crosby, 1216 in 943 GP, 1.29 PPG 3.Alex Ovechkin, 1211 in 1084 GP, 1.11 PPG 4.Patrick Marleau, 1166 in 1657 GP, 0.70 PPG 5.Evgeni Malkin, 1002 in 852 GP, 1.17 PPG - I find this funny because Ovechkin's game is literally all offensive while Crosby is one of the best defensive forwards in the league, yet Crosby has 6 more points in 141 less GP, and also has a better PPG rate, yet people actually consider Ovechkin better. Thoughts? Would Crosby be at the top if he didn't miss 164 games with injury?
Patrik Laine wants out of Winnipeg, if we trade Kessel, could he be a potential replacement? Laine plays the same type of game as Kessel in terms of a fully offensive based game, is currently 21 coming off a horrible season, but is almost certain to bounce back, we could find a way to snag him for cheap. Laine has a big frame as he stands at 6'05, 206, and could be a dominating powerforward in the Pens lineup. Laine is a pending RFA so the Pens would need to sign him after trading for him. Thoughts? Comment mock trades below. I'd say Phil Kessel + Marcus Pettersson + 2021 2nd for Patrik Laine, but I really don't know how high or low Laine's value currently is
Is Sidney Crosby all top 5 hockey player of all time? Whats your top 5 list looking like?
Interesting news here, as Pens fans could see a reunion between Carl Hagelin and the Pittsburgh Penguins this summer, as both parties have show some interest in reuniting. The Pens attempted to trade back for Hagelin at the Trade Deadline this February, but was ineligible to return due to the Pens retaining salary ($250,000) when we traded him to LA for Tanner Pearson back in November. Hagelin finished the season with 5-14-19 in 58 GP splitting the season between three teams (PIT,LAK,WSH), while also being a top PKer leaguewide and still one of the better defensive wingers in the league, and I'd estimate a potential contract at around 1.3-1.7 mil for 2 years this summer, as the Swede will be 31 this fall when the season begins. Thoughts? Would you want Hagelin back? And at what cost?
DISCUSSION: Where does Dom Kahun slot in the lineup next season, and where does that leave the player he's replacing on that line?
Per Taylor Haase, Zemgus Girgensons has been training in Pittsburgh this summer, and is also building a house in the city, with his fiancee. Girgensons, 25, is currently an RFA of the Buffalo Sabres, but isn't expected to be offered a contract by the club, which could result in the Penguins picking him up in free agency. Girgensons hasnt been able to achieve 20+ points in a season since he was an all-star in the 2014-2015 NHL season, and finished off the 2018-2019 season with just 5-13-18 through 72 GP. Thoughts? Would you want Girgensons in Pittsburgh?
Thanks to my followers for supporting this account through the season. This was my 2nd season covering the Penguins (first on this account due to me being banned on my other) and its been a blast. Expect daily coverage every single day leading up to October, and much, much more
I never post birthday posts because they're just stupid often, but you got to for the captain. Happy 32nd birthday to the BEST player in the NHL. 3x Stanley Cup Champ, 8x All-Star, 2x Hart Winner, 2x Richard Winner, 2x Art Ross Winner and 2x Conn Smythe Winner. 446-770-1216 in 943 GP, with the HIGHEST PPG rate in the entire NHL among active NHLers right now! Can't wait to see this man in action again next season.