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Penguins Wrap: Goalie Intrigue; Crosby Plots; Development Camp

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Finally, the Pittsburgh Penguins have begun to make some offseason moves, and that only will escalate with the NHL draft coming up next week and free agency not far behind.

It is also expected that the preseason and season schedules will be released soon after one exhibition game was announced.

Here’s a recap of the past week:

Saturday: What are the ramifications after the Penguins named David Quinn to the coaching staff?

The Penguins will face the Ottawa Senators in northern Ontario in a preseason game as part of the NHL Kraft Hockeyville promotion.

Sunday: The Stanley Cup standard might not be the way to judge these Pittsburgh Penguins.

Monday: Don’t forget about Marcus Pettersson when looking at the Penguins’ pending free agents.

Tuesday: When the NHL’s buyout period begins, here are some names the Penguins might want to watch for.

Wednesday: The Penguins filled their remaining coaching vacancy, naming a new bench boss for their AHL affiliate, Wilkes-Barre/Scranton.

With international play coming up, Penguins star Sidney Crosby and his buddy, Colorado Avalanche star Nathan MacKinnon, have begun to plot Canada’s conquests.

Thursday: The Penguins added some intrigue to their goaltender situation by signing Alex Nedeljkovic to a new contract.

A prospects expert takes a stab at some potential Penguins targets in the NHL draft.

Watch as Dan Kingerski breaks down some recent Penguins news.

Friday: What might goalie Tristan Jarry fetch on the trade market?

The Penguins announced details for the 2024 version of their development camp, including some top prospects who are expected to attend.