Latest Pens Buzz: Penguins go cap relief route direction in trading John Marino

Another Shoe to Drop for the Penguins? The Pittsburgh Penguins today traded 25 year old defenseman John Marino to the New Jersey Devils in ex-change for defenseman Ty Smith and a 2023 third-round pick. Pittsburgh moves on from Marino who had 5 years remaining on his contract with a $4.4 million cap hit. Marino is

Will Pens be buyers on the winger market? + Latest Free Agency Chatter

Penguins sticking with the core, have to find ways to improve winger group The Penguins front office is not deterred that the current core has four straight first round exits. They put a lot of value on regular season performance, compared to former GM Jim Rutherford who put more stock in short windows such as

Evgeni Malkin Resigns with the Penguins

Malkin Decides Against Testing Free Agency, Resigns with Penguins A day after breaking off contract talks with the Pittsburgh Penguins and planning to test free agency, Evgeni Malkin reversed course late this afternoon by having his agent J.P. Barry re-engage in contract talks with the Penguins as the two sides have officially agreed on a

Free Agency Buzz: Penguins to take a strong run at Vincent Trocheck & More Buzz

Latest Pens Free Agency Buzz The Pittsburgh Penguins could move very quickly at the start of free agency and take themselves completely out of the Evgeni Malkin equation before 1:00 p.m. tomorrow, sources say. It’s widely [hide] anticipated around the league Pittsburgh will take a strong run at Vincent Trocheck and in the eyes of

Evgeni Malkin to Test Free Agency

Evgeni Malkin to test free agency The Pittsburgh Penguins were informed just after 4:00 p.m. today that center Evgeni Malkin has decided to test free agency on Wednesday. The Malkin camp led by [hide] agent JP Barry of CAA Sports [/hide] have completely cut off negotiations with the Penguins ahead of the start of free

Latest on Evgeni Malkin & Qualifying Offer Rumblings

Malkin Talks go from being on Life Support to Progress? Still have to see where this goes in the next 48 hours, but on the Evgeni Malkin front, deadlines always lead to movement one way or another and the Penguins regard things as being in a much better place today than where things stood 4-5

Penguins ink Kris Letang to a front-loaded Six Year Contract

After all this haggling for about a year now over the Penguins being stingy on term and not wanting to offer Kris Letang more than 3-4 years at the max, the team at the end of the day decided to operate like a team that internally still believes it can contend for a Stanley Cup

Draft Buzz: What’s Next for the Penguins as team, Kris Letang reach Agreement

Where do the Penguins pivot with Letang Contract wrapped up? TIOPS HIGHLIGHTS Letang, Pens Near Finish Line Pens pushed for answer from Malkin Camp Pivoting to Rodrigues? Van quietly pursuing Marino Again? Vet RH D-man eyes Pittsburgh Backtrack to late April and Penguins internally were bracing to go 1-for-3 at best in resigning Bryan Rust,