Pittsburgh Penguins December Practice Schedule (1-Dec-2015)
The Pittsburgh Penguins' December 2015 Practice Schedule has been released. The Penguins have two open practices at the Lemieux Sports Complex in December.
Penguins fall to 0-3-0 with a 3-2 loss to Montreal (13-Oct-2015)
The Penguins lose their home opener to the Canadiens 3-2 in front of 18,626 at CONSOL Energy Center. Pittsburgh got tying goals from Beau Bennett (6 shots on goal) and Kris Letang but Tomas Fleischmann scored the game-winner early in the third after a missed penalty call gave Montreal a 2-on-1 break. Marc-Andre Fleury made 27 saves on 30 shots.
Penguins lose 2-1 to Arizona (10-Oct-2015)
The Penguins get their first goal of the season from Phil Kessel but lose 2-1 to the Coyotes in front of 17,125 at Gila River Arena. Marc-Andre Fleury made 37 saves on 39 shots. Sidney Crosby still has not registered a shot on goal this season.
Penguins open 2015-16 with a 3-0 loss to Dallas (8-Oct-2015)
The Penguins open their 2015-16 campaign with a 3-0 loss to the Stars in front of 18,532 at American Airlines Center. Dallas goaltender, Antti Niemi, stopped all 37 shots and added two assists. Marc-Andre Fleury made 21 saves on 24 shots.
Pittsburgh Penguins October Practice Schedule (1-Oct-2015)
The Pittsburgh Penguins' October 2015 Practice Schedule has been released. The Penguins have five open practices at the Lemieux Sports Complex in October.
2015 Pittsburgh Penguins Off-season Transactions (1-Jul-2015)
July 1: Phil Kessel
July 1: Tim Erixon
July 1: Tyler Biggs
July 1: David Warsofsky
July 1: Sergei Plotnikov
June 29: Ian Cole (3 years, $2.1M cap hit)
July 1: Kasperi Kapanen, Scott Harrington, and Nick Spaling to Toronto in Kessel deal
July 1: Jayson Megna signed with Rangers
July 1: Steve Downie signed with Arizona
July 1: Blake Comeau signed with Colorado
July 1: Paul Martin signed with San Jose
July 1: Thomas Greiss signed with Islanders
July 1: Taylor Chorney signed with Washington
July 1: Daniel Winnik signed with Toronto
Penguins' season ends with 2-1 overtime loss in Game Five (24-Apr-2015)
The Penguins are bounced from the playoffs with a 2-1 overtime loss to the Rangers in front of 18,006 at Madison Square Garden. Pittsburgh's lone goal again came from Nick Spaling at 17:23 of ths second period. Marc-Andre Fleury made 34 saves on 36 shots.
Penguins lose Game Four 2-1 in OT; down 3-1 in series (22-Apr-2015)
The Penguins again lose 2-1 to the Rangers in Game Four in front of 18,619 at CONSOL Energy Center. Pittsburgh's lone goal again came from Patric Hornqvist. Marc-Andre Fleury made 22 saves on 24 shots. Pittsburgh faces elimination on Friday.
Penguins lose Game Three 2-1 (20-Apr-2015)
The Penguins lose 2-1 to the Rangers in Game Three in front of 18,645 at CONSOL Energy Center. Pittsburgh's lone goal came from Patric Hornqvist. Marc-Andre Fleury made 24 saves on 26 shots.
Penguins tie series with 4-3 win over Rangers in Game Two (18-Apr-2015)
The Penguins defeat the Rangers 4-3 in Game Two in front of 18,006 at Madison Square Garden. Pittsburgh got goals from Brandon Sutter, Sidney Crosby (2) and Chris Kunitz. Marc-Andre Fleury made 23 saves on 26 shots.
Penguins lose opener 2-1 to Rangers (16-Apr-2015)
The Penguins lose 2-1 to the Rangers in Game One of their Eastern Conference First Round match-up in front of 18,006 at Madison Square Garden. The Rangers scored twice in the first period including a goal 28 seconds in. Blake Comeau scored the lone Pittsburgh goal at 6:15 of the second period. Marc-Andre Fleury finished the game with 36 saves and was the Game's Number Three Star.