It's no secret that the Pittsburgh Penguins have a crowded roster heading in the 2013-14 season. With numerous players signed over the offseason or brought to training camp on tryouts, competition for fringe players and prospects to make the roster will be fierce.
With that said, all hope is not lost. Now that the Penguins have played two preseason games, some prospects are making a name for themselves. These players are not guaranteed anything, but their performances in training camp and the minor leagues could earn them a roster spot to open the season or even later in the year on a call-up.
Here are six players who could take the ice at Consol Energy Center when the games matter.