Blues GM Doug Armstrong in the House at Consol Saturday Night
The last couple games the Penguins have had a front-row seat at a few of the top players available on the trade block, some fits for the Penguins, some not, while a GM Jim Rutherford has a trading history was taking in Penguins – Sharks.
36 year old Patrick Marleau was among the best players on the ice Saturday night. A two assist night in picking up his 1,000th career point, Marleau showed there’s still a lot left in the tank at age 36. Marleau had an individual scoring chance in the first period in making a great move on Marc Andre Fleury but the puck rolled off his stick. Marleau than had a breakaway in the second period. The speed and tools are all still there and he’d help a lot of contenders, including the Penguins who are looking for a left winger to play with Sidney Crosby.
Penguins GM Jim Rutherford who this week said he regards the Penguins as an upper echelon team would have Want the Full Story? Get "Inside Access"