• Pittsburgh Penguins: 2017 Early Power Rankings And Predictions

    By Larry Snyder For fans of the Pittsburgh Penguins, the opening of the 2017-2018 season in the National Hockey League has been a rollercoaster ride from a 5-4 loss in overtime to a 10-1 put down on the road to finally a shutout victory. The power rankings across the internet have been volatile when listing […]

    Pittsburgh Penguins: 2017 Early Power Rankings And Predictions
  • The Best PensMemes of Recent Memory

    You might have seen the memes. Actually, you DID see the memes. Here’s a compilation as we wait for our beloved team to visit the White House and visit the Capitals on Wednesday Night Rivalry. Justin Schultz. Where do I begin. He’s travelled the world, that bad man. Here he is on Abbey road. Hakuna […]

    The Best PensMemes of Recent Memory
  • Pittsburgh Penguins 2017: Metropolitan Division Payrolls – Highest/Lowest Paid Players

    By Larry Snyder With the regular season underway across the National Hockey League this week, I thought we could check the payrolls of the Pittsburgh Penguins and the rest of the squads in the Metropolitan Division. I am using the numbers crunched by the observers at CapFriendly.com. Washington Capitals: A total of 23 players are […]

    Pittsburgh Penguins 2017: Metropolitan Division Payrolls – Highest/Lowest Paid Players
  • No Move for Third Line Center was The Right Move

    The third-line center position in the NHL has arguably been one of the most pivotal yet rapidly changing slots in a lineup. Since the “ roll three scoring lines’ mentality that moved it from being a line capable of shutting down the other’s team top offensive line the position has increased in value and majority […]

    No Move for Third Line Center was The Right Move