Pens Labyrinth Daily: Meet Pittsburgh Penguins prospect Teddy Blueger, see the Pens’ fantasy hockey preview for the 2017-18 season, Pens hire Kevin Stevens as a scout and more!
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10 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.
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Pittsburgh Penguins 2017-18 Season Preview / Fantasy Hockey
The 2017-18 season is coming fast; in less than a month, the Penguins will be suiting up for their first game of the regular season. The reigning Stanley Cup champs are still as strong as they can be, though the teams around them have bee improving as well. See the Penguins’ 2017-18 season preview and what is in store for the team in just a few weeks. This will be especially helpful for our fantasy hockey fans who need a Pens run-through. [Fake Teams]
Penguins Prospect: Teddy Blueger
Here at Pens Labyrinth, we’ve been profiling all of the Penguins’ top prospects to help everyone get to know them better. Teddy Blueger is a top two-way player who is destined to make a big NHL impact. Blueger has high hockey IQ and knows his way around the rink. This prospect has big things in his future and the Penguins are definitely the team to unlock it. Learn more about this future NHL all star here. [Pens Labyrinth]
Kevin Stevens Named Special Assignment Scout
Yesterday the Penguins announced that Kevin Stevens will join the Pens’ scouting team as a special assignment scout. Stevens will have several responsibilities as a scout and will be in charge of many projects, including scouting amateurs and college free agents. The Penguins know the importance of scouting and their team has done an excellent job thus far, therefore, Stevens will have a big role in continuing to perfect the Pens’ future. [NHL.com]