|April 11, 2015: 2015 NHL playoffs: Penguins are in, Bruins are out|
The Pittsburgh Penguins did not make it easy on themselves, but they are in the playoffs. The Boston Bruins will not make the playoffs.
|April 6, 2015: The players providing the most offense for their team|
Some teams are more dependent on one or two players than others when it comes to producing offense. Let's take a look at the players that have had the biggest role in their team's offensive production this season.
|April 5, 2015: Penguins stay on playoff bubble after Flyers earn season sweep|
The Penguins are facing the prospects of life on the playoff bubble as they dropped their fourth consecutive game to the Philadelphia Flyers this season.
|April 5, 2015: Pens' Letang May Exercise Soon|
Letang (concussion) may start riding an exercise bike this week, Jason Mackey of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports.Letang hasn't skated or exercised since suffering a concussion last Saturday, so he can probably be ruled out for the rest of the regular season. The Penguins hope to have their puck-moving blueliner back for the start of the playoffs, but given Letang's history of head injuries and the serious nature of this recent one, it's possible he won't be ready.
|April 3, 2015: Penguins get some relief on D, recall Taylor Chorney|
After playing two consecutive games with only five defensemen in the lineup the Pittsburgh Penguins were finally able to make a call-up from the American Hockey League. Taylor Chorney was recalled on Friday morning.