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The 2015-2016 NHL season concluded with the Pittsburgh Penguins hoisting their fourth Stanley Cup title in franchise history. Unlike the rest of the league, the Penguins’ offseason has seen very little roster movement.

Other than two major re-signings and a few prominent losses, most of the moves the the Penguins made were for purposes of organizational depth.

09/20/2016 - 12:24
Nathan Toth
When the Penguins hired Jim Rutherford as their general manager in 2014, it seemed like a temporary move. The former Carolina Hurricanes GM would spend his two years in Pittsburgh, and then hand the keys to Jason Botterill; the man whom several people thought deserved the job in the first place.

Two years later, Rutherford remains with the Penguins. This past June, he stood on the ice at the SAP Center in San Jose, hoisting the Stanley Cup above his head.

09/06/2016 - 21:52
Chris Hayes
After winning the fourth Stanley Cup in franchise history, the Penguins head into the offseason with the majority of its roster under contract for next season.

However, like the other 29 teams in the league, the Penguins will be looking to make some tweaks in hopes of becoming the first repeat champion since the Detroit Red Wings in 1997 and 1998.

07/19/2016 - 17:56
Nathan Toth
Pittsburgh Penguins’ head coach Mike Sullivan has obviously spoken several very kind words about his championship hockey team. Sullivan has complimented his team’s speed, chemistry, and teamwork. But perhaps more than anything else, Sullivan complimented their toughness.

Pittsburgh battled adversity from the beginning of the season.

06/30/2016 - 10:12
Kurt Hackimer
With the Stanley Cup beginning its summer tour with the Pittsburgh Penguins, the NHL now turns to the offseason. Teams across the league are looking to re-sign some of their own players, as well as make a splash in the free agent market.

The free agency period begins on July 1st, and there are some intriguing players who will be looking to cash in.

06/23/2016 - 20:03
Nathan Toth
After winning the fourth Stanley Cup in franchise history earlier this month, the Pittsburgh Penguins should be able to defend their title with most of the roster intact. Pittsburgh has only seven players set to become free agents, two of whom are restricted.

Defenseman BEN LOVEJOY is coming off a solid 2015-16 season.

06/20/2016 - 22:04
Nathan Toth
Several young Penguins announced their arrivals loud and clear over the past two months with their postseason performances on the way to the team's fourth Stanley Cup. But there are more prospects to keep your eyes on when training camp arrives this fall.

Scott Wilson, LW: Wilson was the team's seventh-round pick in 2011 and has made steady progress during his career at UMass-Lowell and then in the AHL with the Baby Pens.

06/16/2016 - 12:37
Tony DeFazio
For the fourth time in franchise history, the Pittsburgh Penguins have won the Stanley Cup. Kris Letang scored the game-winning goal, Sidney Crosby had two assists, and Matt Murray made 18 saves to propel the Penguins to a 3-1 victory and the Stanley Cup championship.

Crosby was awarded the Conn Smythe Trophy, given out to the postseason MVP.

06/13/2016 - 00:09
Nathan Toth
The San Jose Sharks got three of their first five shots past Penguins goaltender Matt Murray while San Jose's Martin Jones made 44 saves as the Sharks beat the ‪Penguins‬ 4-2 to stay alive in the Stanley Cup Final.

The stage was set.

06/09/2016 - 23:14
Kurt Hackimer
The Penguins are one win away from their fourth Stanley Cup.

The Penguins captured their first Stanley Cup in 1991 in Minnsota, No. 2 came a year later in Chicago, and in 2009 they won their third in Detroit.

06/06/2016 - 23:34
Tony DeFazio
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Bob Prince was best known as the voice of the PIttsburgh Pirates for 28 years, but it was not the only job he had over his Hall of Fame career. “The Gunner” also called Steelers and Penguins games at different times during his career and was part of the NBC broadcast team for the 1965 All-Star Game.
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