Marcus Pettersson

Pittsburgh Penguins #28 - Defenseman

  • Born: 05/08/96
  • Age: 25
  • Height: 6'3"
  • Weight: 177
  • Seasons: 2017

Pens Points: Gameday Once Again


Jared McCann will miss some game time, Marcus Pettersson isn’t too far off from returning, and we see if Brian Burke has learned how to tie a tie. All that and more in today’s Pens Points!

Penguins Practice Roundup: Injury updates with Coach Sullivan


The Penguins got back on the ice on Monday and Mike Sullivan spoke at length about a lot of different topics.

Grading the Penguin defensemen and goalies through 10 games


What a debut for Pierre-Olivier Joseph!

What the recent LTIR designations by the Pens means for their defense


Brian Dumoulin on LTIR is a bad sign for the Penguins

Game 10 Preview: Pittsburgh Penguins @ New York Rangers 2/1/2021: lines, how to watch


The Penguins and Rangers meet up again for a fourth time this season

Pens Points: Pretty-Outstanding Joseph


The Pens dig deep last night and pull out a win with a big time performance from a rookie defenseman. Checking on the news around the team and league

Game 9 Preview: Pittsburgh Penguins @ New York Rangers 1/30/2021: lines, how to watch


The Pens journey continues on the road tonight in the Big Apple

Trending Penguins players: Injuries mounting and slow starts continuing


It is a very similar story every game for the Pittsburgh Penguins

Penguins make plethora of roster moves ahead of Thursday night’s game vs. Boston


Kevin Czuczman was recalled on an emergency basis and Sam Lafferty was recalled from the taxi squad

Game 8 Preview: Pittsburgh Penguins @ Boston Bruins 1/28/2021: lines, how to watch


Amid turmoil in the front office, the Penguins embark on their next game of the 2021 season

Game 7 Preview: Pittsburgh Penguins @ Boston Bruins 1/26/2021: lines, how to watch


Can the Pens win in what has become their house of horrors?

Pens Practice update: Drew O’Connor closer to lineup after Rodrigues injury


It could be time for the Pens second rookie to make an NHL debut in the form of Drew O’Connor