PITTSBURGH (93-7 THE FAN) — While head coach Dan Bylsma evaluates his Penguins in the infancy of 2013-14 training camp, general manager Ray Shero must make his own tough decisions with the team on track to exceed the new NHL salary cap.
The Pirates showed their Pittsburgh pride this past spring, supporting the Penguins by wearing their jerseys.
The Pittsburgh Penguins were lending a helping hand today to build a new dek hockey rink.
Pittsburgh Penguins head coach Dan Bylsma joins Bob Pompeani as this month’s Legend For The Fan.
The Pittsburgh Penguins figure to be well-represented at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia.
After the Penguins signed Defenseman Rob Scuderi on Friday, head coach Dan Bylsma joined Colin Dunlap on Sports Radio 93.7 The Fan. Bylsma said that Scuderi could be a “good fit” on the blue line with Kris Letang, who recently re-signed with the team.
Dan Bylsma has never coached hockey at the international level. The Pittsburgh Penguins coach does, however, know how to win while juggling a roster dotted with superstars.
There will reportedly be a heavy Pittsburgh Penguins’ presence behind the Team USA hockey team during the 2014 Olympics in Sochi, Russia.
Clint Hurdle is doing a better job than Dan Bylsma.
CBC Hockey Night in Canada analyst Don Cherry offered a more detailed analysis of Malkin and the Pens’ 2013 season in an interview with Joe Starkey.
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.