PITTSBURGH (93-7 The Fan) — Pittsburgh Penguins Color Commentator Bob Errey joined Seibel, Starkey and Miller on Sports Radio 93-7 The Fan to talk about the latest news on the NHL Lockout and Sidney Crosby beginning to explore his opportunities playing overseas.
Errey talked about the fans and team losing out on watching Sidney Crosby play in yet another season and how he was setting himself up for a special season as it appears he is finally recovered from his concussions.
Errey talked about the lockout saying hockey is different than other sports in that each player looks out for the guy beside him, and that is part of what has led to this long lockout, because they want to make sure they get everything they can for each other.
Errey added that one side will have to give in for this lockout to end, and the side that gives in might actually be showing more leadership by doing so, since it will mean the season can be saved.
The show ended with Errey finding out what the minimum number of games he thinks can be played in a shortened season.