Pens Labyrinth Daily: Ian Cole talks Game of Thrones after the finale, the Pens Labyrinth team discusses the final move they’d like to see from the Pens, GM Rutherford has his day with the Stanley Cup and more!
Good morning, Penguins fans! Grab your coffee and enjoy all the trending Penguins news straight from Pittsburgh and from around the league.
15 days from now, the Pittsburgh Penguins will take the ice for their first preseason game on Sept. 19 against the Buffalo Sabres at KeyBank Center. No worries, though, the Pens will hit home ice the following day, Sept. 20, against the Detroit Red Wings.
Pittsburgh Penguins Daily:
Cole Talks All Things Game of Thrones
If you wanted to talk Game of Thrones with any Pittsburgh Penguin, you’re better off talking to Ian Cole. Cole gave his full review and post-season discussion following the season finale of Game of Thrones last week. Time to talk GoT with Cole. [NHL.com]
Penguins Talk: One Final Move
The talk around Pens Labyrinth is what final move our team would like to see the Penguins make prior to the end of the season. Whether the Penguins’ final move is a much needed trade or a subtle swap, we cover the topics here. Want to see what our writers are buzzing about? [Pens Labyrinth]
GM Rutherford’s Day With the Stanley Cup
The Pittsburgh Penguins are getting ready for the regular season and their Stanley Cup tour is coming to an end. General Manager Jim Rutherford finally had his day with the Stanley Cup, for the third time with his team. Rutherford was sure to toss on a Penguins jersey for the special day. [NHL.com]
From Around the League:
Ottawa Senators Aiming to Rebrand
The Ottawa Senators are in the process of rebranding as we approach the 2017-18 season. The Senators have, for a long time, stuck to their traditional brand and culture but recently the team is showcasing their desire to change a bit. Now, the Senators are in rebrand mode. [SenShot]
Matthews: A Year From the Calder
Toronto Maple Leaf Auston Matthews entered the 2016-17 season with the expectation of blowing people away and being a dominant candidate for the Calder Trophy. Now, Matthews is in the season following his big trophy and big debut, therefore he’ll want to put out the expectation that he can be great season after season. [Editor-in-Leaf]