The goaltending position is much like a pitcher in baseball. When they are hot, they’re nearly untouchable. However, if things head south, the whole team usually suffers from it. In a 56-game sprint to the finish, there isn’t much room … Continue reading The Penguins need to ride the “hot” goaltender
A lot happened in the opening week of the season for the Pittsburgh Penguins. Let’s unpack some of that with some analysis. Continue reading Flavell’s Five Thoughts: Opening Week Edition
In an article for The Athletic on Monday afternoon, Josh Yohe discussed future free agency plans for the Penguins with general manager Jim Rutherford. He discussed a need to potentially make a splash at an elite free agent in the … Continue reading How close are the Penguins to their ‘2016 form’?
The Penguins will play in a tough division this season. Many experts are pegging them to miss the playoffs because of the stiff competition in the division. Notoriously, the Penguins have been slow starters during the season. In a 56-game … Continue reading Five bold predictions for the Penguins in 2021
Nobody wants to have to deal with what the Penguins suffered through last season again. Missing the playoffs likely would’ve hurt less than the pathetic loss to the Montreal Canadiens in round one of the Stanley Cup Playoffs. Things have … Continue reading Five big questions surrounding the Penguins this season
Rumors have it that we will have a start date for hockey after all. It seems as though we will be getting a 48-56 game season starting on January 13th. That is very encouraging news as COVID-19 seemed to threaten … Continue reading What to expect from the 2021 Pittsburgh Penguins
Man, 2020 has been quite the year hasn’t it? COVID-19 has changed the way we live our lives. Everyone is constantly taking extra safety measures and masks have become as common as brushing your teeth. From a Pittsburgh Penguins standpoint, … Continue reading Time to revive Let’s Talk Pens