The Pittsburgh Penguins were lending a helping hand today to build a new dek hockey rink.
Hockey has returned to Pittsburgh. The regular season kicks off Saturday, but before the Penguins head to Philadelphia this weekend, the team is going all out tonight for the Black & Gold Game.
Pittsburgh Penguins CEO/President David Morehouse joins Sportsradio 93-7 The Fan’s Ron Cook to preview the season and to discuss the importance of hockey’s return to Pittsburgh.
No skates? No problem. Dek hockey fans in Allegheny County will soon have a wide choice of rinks.
PITTSBURGH (93-7 THE FAN) — Representatives of the Pittsburgh Penguins, including forwards Craig Adams and James Neal, and, according to the Tribune-Review’s Rob Rossi, captain Sidney Crosby, will join over 200 NHLPA members Wednesday and Thursday in New York to discuss their strategy as another NHL lockout looms.
Pittsburgh Penguins’ winger Steve Sullivan on win over Maple Leafs, and CEO David Morehouse on Mario Lemieux statue.
KDKA AM’s Larry and John talk to Pens CEO David Morehouse about Sidney Crosby’s status and the players visit to Children’s Hospital to spread some holiday cheer1
(93-7 The FAN/AP) — Official word came on Thursday that for the second time, the Penguins will host the NHL Draft.
An official announcement is expected today to confirm rumors that the 2012 NHL Entry Draft will be held in Pittsburgh this summer.
A crowd favorite from last year’s Winter Classic over at Heinz Field is set to return to the city later this year, but this time it will be set up in a different location. The Winter Classic hosted in Pittsburgh last year drew thousands of people to the North Shore last winter, and the community rink built in the Stage AE parking lot was huge attraction.
People both for and against the demolition of the Civic Arena voiced their opinions during a public hearing.
Patrick Kersey drove in from Toronto, Ohio to see the Pirates play the Los Angeles Dodgers on Tuesday at PNC Park, but it didn’t feel the same to him. “You could hear his voice anywhere in the park,’ said Kersey, referring to Kenny Geidel the ‘Lemonade!” vedor who passed away on Monday.