5 Pittsburgh Penguins Storylines That Won’t Go Away in 2014-15

February 5th, 2015 by Joseph Sykes Leave a reply »
Like every recent season, the Pittsburgh Penguins have been one of the more premier clubs in the NHL. Led by captain Sidney Crosby, the team always finishes in the top of the league standings with bright playoff hopes dangling in front of it by season’s end.

And like every other team in the league, the Penguins have their fair share of ups and downs. This year, the club has fared well again in its fight for the Metropolitan Division crown; however, the Pens have failed to find consistency in many different facets of their game.

Injuries and illness are two of the top reasons head coach Mike Johnston has had to constantly switch up both the offensive lines and the D-pairings throughout the first half of the season, which has been one of the biggest storylines of the Pens’ 2014-15 campaign. Read on to look through some of the other on-going storylines from this season and feel free to discuss them in the comment section below.

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