NBC Sports Network NHL analyst Brian Engblom joined The Fan Morning Show on Thursday to offer his thoughts on the Stanley Cup Final and the Penguins’ offseason.
Bob Pompeani talked about the Penguins offseason with Adam Proteau of The Hockey News.
With emotions dying down from the embarrassing Eastern Conference finals sweep at the hands of the Bruins, Starkey, Miller and Mueller welcomed in ROOT Sports Pens Analyst Bob Errey as they took a look back today and gave their grades for the season as a whole.
It’s the final edition of the Matt Cooke Show, as the Pittsburgh Penguins winger joins Vinnie & Cook on Sportsradio 93.7 The Fan.
Ray Shero and I don’t agree. Earlier this week, in the aftermath of a fourth-straight disappointment penned by the Pittsburgh Penguins with head coach Dan Bylsma in charge, my immediate — and still sturdy — thought was that Bylsma needed to be terminated.
The Stanley Cup Finals will get underway tonight, but the Pittsburgh Penguins will only be able to watch. However, General Manager Ray Shero is expected to hold a press conference this morning to talk about the season.
The Pittsburgh Penguins have plenty of decisions to make this offseason, and NHL Network analyst Craig Button offers his input to Vinnie & Cook on Sportsradio 93.7 The Fan.
Colin looked to the Penguins offseason with Jesse Marshall of Faceoff-Factor.com.
On the inline rink at Robert Morris’s facility on Neville Island today, the assessment of the Penguins was short and blunt.
The Pittsburgh Penguins cleaned out their lockers today, made plans for the summer, and started thinking about what could have been.
Perhaps the wound is too fresh to even begin to fathom what the Pittsburgh Penguins will look like when they take the ice for the start of the 2013-14 season.
While many Penguins fans were more concerned about the goaltending situation during the Bruins series, Troy gives five areas of bigger concern that many seemed to overlook.
Bob Pompeani wrapped up the Pens elimination from the playoffs with the Tribune-Review’s Josh Yohe.
Dan Bylsma must be terminated. No way around it.
With the Pens down three games to none in the Eastern Conference Finals, there is little optimism to go around, but Pens Analyst Bob Errey is one of the believers left that could see the Pens making a comeback.