I Will Be Sitting At The Table; Will You?

By Contributing Writers; Monday January 7, 2013

You hear that, hockey fans? That’s the sound of the NHL dinner bell. Food will be on the table shortly.

Penguins Ready To Fly?

By Contributing Writers; Friday March 30, 2012

Despite their bump in the road, there are plenty of things to be positive about in light of Pittsburgh’s recent 2 game losing streak to the New York Islanders.

Trade Deadline Winners/Losers

By Contributing Writers; Wednesday February 29, 2012

Our mystery Faceoff-Factor contributor stops by to expound on the trade deadline and give his winners and losers for one of the biggest days of the year.

Matt Cooke, NHL Posterboy

By Contributing Writers; Wednesday January 11, 2012

Yes, you read that right.

2011-12 NHL Roster Surprises

By Contributing Writers; Friday October 7, 2011

Every training camp in the NHL is a battle to impress the front office and coaching staff and earn a spot on an NHL roster. Stop inside to see some of the more surprising names that earned their chance to make debuts and returns to the NHL.

Is The Penguins' Weakness Really On The Wings?

By Contributing Writers; Wednesday July 27, 2011

Guest writer Paul Sevanich (known as “Sev” in our comments sections) takes a look at what wingers across the league are doing to draw a conclusion about the Pittsburgh Penguins’ wingers.

A New League Landscape on the Horizon?

By Contributing Writers; Monday June 27, 2011

Dramatic changes in the form of division and potentially conference realignment are on the horizon for the National Hockey League.

Hockey and Traumatic Brain Injuries

By Contributing Writers; Wednesday May 12, 2010

Traumatic brain injuries are far too common in the sport of hockey and if not properly treated can permanently leave a hockey player’s life more challenging than the game they play.

Did Ovechkin lose the series or did Boudreau?

By Contributing Writers; Thursday April 29, 2010

There is a lot of talk about Alex Ovechkin choking in the playoffs after the Capitals’ collapse against the Canadiens, but I think the finger should be pointed in a different direction. At least for now.

Holiday Hater Report

By Contributing Writers; Sunday January 3, 2010

I couldn’t resist coming home for the holidays to catch up on all the humbuggers of hockey one more time. The Olympics, the Winter Classic, Satan, a new Penguin killer, and much more…inside.

Loya's Lowdown: Edition 3

By Contributing Writers; Tuesday December 8, 2009

The team has rebounded after a dreadful 2-7-1 start and we’re now flirting with a .500 record.

Loya's Lowdown: Edition 2

By Contributing Writers; Sunday November 8, 2009

When I last left you, I was in the midst of Wheeling Nailers (ECHL) training camp. Well, camp is over, and we have three games under our belt. So, this entry will cover the time between then and now.

Loya's Lowdown

By Contributing Writers; Wednesday October 7, 2009

Wheeling Nailer Cliff Loya introduces hockey fans to the life of a minor leaguer in Faceoff Factor’s newest blog.

New-Attitude Colonials Kick Off Season Next Week

By Contributing Writers; Wednesday October 7, 2009

The season hasn’t even started yet, and won’t officially start for another week, but we’re already hearing noise from the RMU Colonials.

History of Penguins' Conference Finals Trips

By Contributing Writers; Sunday May 17, 2009

Guest writer Dave DiSanti takes a look back at the Pens’ five other trips to the Conference Finals.

Diary of a Fantasy Newbie Part 3: Weeks Two and Three

By Contributing Writers; Wednesday October 29, 2008

In case it hasn’t been obvious before now, I have no idea what I’m doing.

Diary of a Fantasy Newbie - Part Two: The Season Begins!

By Contributing Writers; Wednesday October 15, 2008

Right off the bat, Ben Schmidt got some feedback to the first part of this series, which pointed out a mistake he made in dropping Dustin Byfuglien. So, let’s look at some new lessons he has since learned.

Diary of a Fantasy Hockey Newbie - Part One: Drafting

By Contributing Writers; Wednesday October 1, 2008

Join me throughout the season as I share my thinking behind my team moves, and feel free to laugh at my mistakes as I make them!

Part 9: From Earl Mann To Stuart Ross

By Contributing Writers; Monday September 15, 2008

Earl Mann is an elusive legend who scoffs at the internet. As a result, Stuart Ross has been channeled so that one of his characters can address three concerns with the Pittsburgh Penguins in part nine of our series.

Part 4: Centers Of Attention

By Contributing Writers; Saturday September 13, 2008

Now that you’ve had a day to digest the first three stories in our preseason package, it’s time to delve back into it with a two-man panel featuring Tony Ferrante and Sean Leahy discussing the Penguins’ situation at center.

Ashley Gallant