Where Pittsburgh Penguins Can Still Turn for Help in 2014 Offseason

July 15th, 2014 by Joseph Sykes Leave a reply »

With this year’s major offseason tasks finally complete, it’s time to answer one important question: What’s next?

The biggest concern for teams now, especially the Pittsburgh Penguins, is to sign their restricted free agents to new contracts, but that doesn’t mean management can’t dabble into the stagnant free-agent pool anymore.

I’m not saying the Pens shouldn’t avoid any more trades for the rest of the offseason, it’s just that there are still valuable free agents left who would fit perfectly into the new system.

Sure, there isn’t a whole lot to choose from in terms of all-stars, but there are three players that should be capable of making an impact immediately. 

Despite being on top of the league standings year after year, there is always room for improvement for this club. Let's take a look here at potential future Penguins, beginning with one future hall-of-fame goaltender. 


Martin Brodeur

Before free agency began, I was all about the Penguins gunning for legendary goaltender Martin Brode ...

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