PITTSBURGH (93-7 THE FAN/AP) — As badly as this past spring ended for the Penguins, what followed immediately could have been worse. They may have been embarrassed in another Stanley Cup quest, but thanks to general manager Ray Shero, they were not gutted.
The battle continues to heat up between UPMC and Highmark.
Bob Pompeani looked at the Penguins cap situation heading into the offseason with Mike Colligan of Forbes.com.
The Pittsburgh Penguins say defenseman Matt Niskanen has signed a two-year, $4.3 million deal that will keep him with the team until 2014.
Second-round pick Mike Adams, an offensive tackle out of Ohio State, and seventh-round pick Toney Clemons, a wide receiver out of Colorado signed with the organization.
Ray Shero’s plan for the future of the Pittsburgh Penguins became a little clearer Sunday morning. According to the Penguins’ official website, the team has come to terms with James Neal on a six-year contract extension.
While the Pittsburgh Steelers saw their season end a few weeks shorter than they would have liked, they are already preparing for next year.
KDKA Radio’s Robert Mangino talks with Marge Krueger, administrative director with District 2-13 of the Communications Workers of America, about the 45,000 Verizon employees currently on strike due to an impasse in new contract negotiations.