With another season of hockey about to start, we thought we’d test your knowledge.
The Penguins are back-to-back NHL champions. Kevin Durant is now an NBA champion. But that’s not all that’s going on; have you been paying attention?
Sunday night the Penguins won their 5th Stanley Cup, not to mention their second in a row. How’d they pull it off? And, what does it mean for next season?
Last night the Penguins took G7, moving on to the Stanley Cup Finals. But have they even played their best game? If not, that spells danger for the Preds:
When it comes to the playoffs, we throw stats and records out the window. The same goes for the NHL. So how does Ottawa match up against the Penguins?
The Blue Jackets, Pens, Rangers, Capitals and Flyers all have the Metropolitan Division thriving. How has each fared over the past month?
Yes, yes we get it—tanking is bad for the sport, in poor taste, and so on. But in some instances, most recently with the Oilers, it begins to pay off.
On Monday, Jake Guentzel did something few NHLers have done before him: he scored his first goal in his first game on his first shot during his first shift.
What if Jaromír Jágr hadn’t gone to play in Russia for three seasons? It’s time to start looking back at some of the biggest ‘What Ifs’ in hockey history.
With a revamped attack, this might be the most dangerous Penguins offense since the early 1990s.