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Kris Letang signs with SKA Saint Petersburg

Pittsburgh Penguins defenseman Kris Letang has signed a contract with SKA Saint Petersburg of Russia's Kontinental Hockey League.

Pens-Flyers could open proposed NHL season

The Pittsburgh Penguins would be matched up in a nationally broadcast game against the Philadelphia Flyers to open their year in the league's last-ditch attempt at making a 48-game season happen.

Penguins' Adams unsure about talks

As NHL Armageddon draws closer, Craig Adams doesn't know how to feel about the direction of talks.

2013 World Junior Championship schedule

The Pittsburgh Penguins have three players participating in the 2013 World Junior Championship.

6 more Penguins games canceled

The NHL latest round of cancelations has claimed six Penguins games, including three at home.

Crosby to enjoy the holidays at home

Locked out by the NHL, Sidney Crosby is making the most of his time around the holidays.

Crosby embarrassed by lack of negotiations

Pittsburgh Penguins' center Sidney Crosby is astonished by the lack of progress in the NHL negotiations.

Penguin players not talking about NHLPA vote

The NHLPA is presumably voting to disband the union, however, Pittsburgh Penguins players like Sidney Crosby, Craig Adams and Brooks Orpik are not talking about the possible legal action.

NHL lockout: Crosby upset with lack of progress

Pittsburgh Penguins star Sidney Crosby is upset about the lack of progress the NHL and NHLPA have made.

Pens still preparing despite cancellations

The Pittsburgh Penguins' lockout workouts are attracting more players and going at a higher intensity than they have at any point during the lockout, perhaps meaning that the players feel an end is near to the work stoppage.

Pens' owner Burkle thought deal was within reach

The co-owner of the Pittsburgh Penguins, Ron Burkle, was involved in talks between players and owners that broke down Thursday, and expressed disappointment with the end of talks after a union proposal was rejected.

Penguins' owners leave NY, bad news for fans

The Pittsburgh Penguins' ownership have left New York City, bad news for NHL fans hoping for hockey this season.

Penguins, Crosby playing large role in talks

The Penguins have a large constituent on hand in New York hoping to end the lockout and bring labor peace.

Crosby and players meet with NHL owners in NY

Pittsburgh Penguins star Sidney Crosby is one of a handful of players meeting with NHL owners Tuesday in New York. The two parties are trying to end the NHL lockout and save the season from cancellation.

Sidney Crosby: 'I just want to play'

The Penguins' star might play in Europe if the NHL lockout doesn't end soon.

Sidney Crosby worried about Ryan Clark

Crosby has turned into a big football fan since being in Pittsburgh, and he's concerned about Clark as he tries to work his way back from multiple concussions.

Evgeni Malkin wins award in KHL

Evgeni Malkin has been named the KHL's offensive Player of the Week.

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Sidney Crosby talks NHL lockout

Sidney Crosby takes part in an extensive interview.

Sidney Crosby talks lockout, Pens' chances

Sidney Crosby took part in an extensive interview where he touched on a wide array of topics.

Baby Pens open season on Saturday

The Pittsburgh Penguins American Hockey League affiliate will open the regular season on Saturday.

Sidney Crosby discusses ownership rumors

Sidney Crosby addresses the rumor that the NHL has a secret deadline in November to end the lockout.

Penguin Dustin Jeffrey signs with Dutch team

Pittsburgh Penguin center Dustin Jeffrey has signed to play for the Tilburg Trappers in the Netherlands.

NHL Lockout: Evgeni Malkin To Play For Magnitogorsk Thursday

Pittsburgh Penguins winger Evgeni Malkin will be traveling back to Russia to play for his original team starting Thursday. What has been the context of his return to Russia?

NHL Lockout: League Cancels Preseason Games Through Sept. 30

The NHL has announced the cancellation of all preseason games through Sept. 30.

NHL Lockout: League Notifies Staff About Pay Cuts

Preparing for a lengthy lockout, the NHL has informed its staff that they will scale back to four-day work weeks and reduce pay by 20 percent.

NHL Lockout Shouldn't Last Long, Local Writer Says

Don't expect the NHL lockout to last long, as Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reporter Rob Rossi says the issues point to a shorter work stoppage.

NHL Lockout: Taiwanese Animation Company Skewers Owners In Video

Next Media Animation provides a brutal and hilarious take on the NHL lockout.

NHL Lockout: Penguins' Kris Letang Will Consider Playing In Europe

Pittsburgh Penguins defenseman Kris Letang could play hockey in Europe this season if the NHL lockout continues.

NHL Lockout: Could Sidney Crosby Play In KHL?

Sidney Crosby has stated he wouldn't be against playing overseas if the NHL continues to lock out the players.

NHL Lockout 2012: Evgeni Malkin Signs With KHL's Metallurg

Pittsburgh Penguins center Evgeni Malkin has reportedly signed with Metallurg of the Kontinental Hockey League as a result of the 2012 NHL Lockout. Malkin is coming off a season in which he scored a career-high 50 goals for the Penguins.

Penguins' Matt Niskanen Thinks Negotiations Will Pick Up Steam With Scheduled Start Of Training Camps

Pittsburgh Penguin Matt Niskanen believes that the scheduled start of training camp, Sept. 21, will spur new compromises in NHL labor talks.

NHL Lockout: Sidney Crosby Not Optimistic

Pittsburgh Penguins forward Sidney Crosby spoke Thursday about the negotiations surrounding the CBA, and the NHL star isn't optimistic about both sides reaching a deal before Saturday's 11:59 p.m. deadline.

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