Pittsburgh Penguins 2023-2024 Schedule & How to Watch Games

Pittsburgh Penguins 2023-2024 Schedule & How to Watch Games

The Pittsburgh Penguins are back for the 2023-2024 NHL season and are looking to win it all. Will they be able to make it happen? After not making it to the playoffs in 2022-2023 season for the first time in 16 years, the team is likely more determined than ever to get back on solid ground. Check out the Pittsburgh Penguins 2023-2024 schedule, roster and more below to get an idea on how the season may shake out.


The Penguins are back in action. Check out the 2023-2024 Pittsburgh Penguins schedule below, plus find out what network to watch the games on. 


Here are a few of the most anticipated games of the season for the Penguins, from key matchups to rivalry games. 


You shouldn’t have to miss a moment of the game once the puck drops. And with DIRECTV, you don’t have to. Catch Pittsburgh Penguins 2023-2024 games live on these channels:

Not sure which channel is broadcasting the game? Check out DIRECTV’s NHL Channel Guide for channel information, replays, highlights and much more.

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The NHL Network delivers live games, daily highlight shows and up-to-the-minute news from around the league 24/7.  In addition to up to 40 out of market games each week, you also get stats, scores and highlights, all in one place on your TV. 

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With a mix of strong career players, including Sidney Crosby, as well as some promising young talent, Penguins fans are hopeful the team can make their mark on the league once again. But there is a fair amount of work the team still needs to do to fix their lack of depth if they want to get back to the competitive level they once were at. 

Below is the 2023-2024 Pittsburgh Penguins roster, organized by player position.


#55 Noel Acciari

#77 Jeff Carter

#87 Sidney Crosby

#20 Lars Eller

#44 Jonathan Gruden

#43 Jansen Harkins

#13 Vinnie Hinostroza

#71 Evgeni Malkin

#36 Colin White


#59 Jake Guentzel – Left Wing

#83 Matt Nieto – Left Wing

#10 Drew O’Connor – Left Wing

#63 Radim Zohorna – Left Wing

#85 Avery Hayes – Right Wing

#67 Rickard Rakell – Right Wing

#17 Bryan Rust – Right Wing

#19 Reilly Smith – Right Wing


#4 Taylor Fedun

#52 Mark Friedman

#27 Ryan Graves

#73 Pierre-Olivier Joseph

#65 Erik Karlsson

#58 Kris Letang

#28 Marcus Pettersson

#2 Chad Ruhwedel

#5 Ryan Shea


 #33 Taylor Gauthier

#45 Magnus Hellberg

#35 Tristan Jarry

#39 Alex Nedeljkovic


Head Coach: Mike Sullivan

Associate Coach: Todd Reirden

Assistant Coaches: Ty Hennes; Mike Vellucci

Goaltending Coach: Andy Chiodo

Video Coach: Madison Nikkel; CJ D’Alimonte

Get even more information on the Penguins here.


The Pittsburgh Penguins were originally founded in 1967. It wasn’t until 1991 the team took home their first Stanley Cup, though. That didn’t stop them from taking home the Cup once again in 1992, showing the league what the team could really do. 

But it’s the 21st Century that the Pittsburgh Penguins really took off. Not only did they make the playoffs for 16 consecutive years, but they also took home three more Stanley Cups during that time, in 2009, 2016 and 2017.

The Penguins are part of the Metropolitan Division and play at the PPG Paints Arena in Pittsburgh.

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