The Pittsburgh Penguins will be loading up the big guns as they await the arrival of the Detroit Red Wings for their NHL preseason game on Tuesday. Pittsburgh is suiting up a plethora of their top stars for the game at PPG Paints Arena (7:00 pm ET start).
Among those who will be in the Pittsburgh Penguins lineup will be captain Sidney Crosby, Evgeni Malkin, Kris Letang and Jake Guentzel. Fourteen of the players slated to play appeared in the Penguins lineup during last season.
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Pittsburgh newcomer Jeff Petry, the son of former Detroit Tigers pitcher Dan Petry, is also included in the Penguins roster for this game.
It will be the preseason debut for the Red Wings. However, the Penguins are well into exhibition play. This will be their third game. Pittsburgh went 1-1 on the weekend in a pair of games against the Columbus Blue Jackets.
Red Wings In Case You Missed It
- Jeremie Biakabutuka continues to impress in the Red Wings camp
- Detroit 2022 draft pick Amadeus Lombardi was among nine players dropped from the Red Wings training camp roster on Monday
- Joe Veleno and Robert Hagg are the newest additions to the Red Wings injury list
- Rookie defenseman Simon Edvinsson was struggling with turnovers in Detroit’s Red & White game
- Red Wings coach Derek Lalonde assesses what he’s been seeing from the team during training camp
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Florida: New Panthers coach Paul Maurice is quickly putting his stamp on the team. Florida Panthers
Islanders: Prospects in Islanders camp find skating alongside NHL veterans to be an exciting experience. New York Islanders
Philadelphia: The Flyers are bringing center Cal O’Reilly to camp on a PTO. Philadelphia Flyers
Colorado: Josh Manson is back in Avalanche camp. He took a three-day absence for the birth of his daughter. Colorado Avalanche
Vegas: In a contract dispute with the Golden Knights, RFA defenseman Nic Hague is skating with the OHL Kitchener Rangers. Vegas Golden Knights
Dallas: Preseason stories to watch with the Stars. Dallas Stars
San Jose: Five things the Sharks must do to make the playoffs. San Jose Sharks
Montreal: Which Canadiens players have the most to prove during preseasn play? Montreal Canadiens
Vancouver: Who’s going to play on the top line for the Canucks? Vancouver Canucks
Calgary: Andrew Mangiapane is back from injury and skating on the same line with Nazem Kadri in Flames camp. Calgary Flames
Washington: Capitals goalie Charlie Lindgren is experimenting with laceless goalie skates in training camp. Washington Capitals