Seems the default switch to the hire made by the Pittsburgh Penguins on Wednesday is firmly tilted toward a dose of vigorous skepticism by many.
After meeting with the media in his introductory press conference, new Penguins Assistant Coach Rick Tocchet joined Starkey and Mueller to talk about the challenges this new coaching staff will face and how excited he is to take them on.
The Pittsburgh Penguins’ search for a new coach appears to be complete.
Seven years after Sidney Crosby won his first Hart Trophy, the Pittsburgh captain has been recognized as the NHL’s best once again.
Now, and only now, is this a real rivalry.
You win some and you lose some, but these losses hurt and they hurt bad. And let’s be honest, Sunday’s match against Portugal felt like a defeat …
As an off-season of major changes continues for the Penguins, today they learned when and who they’ll be playing in next season’s home opener.
For a team that has largely been unable to buy a bounce in the series, they twice benefited from magic pucks failing to cross the line behind Henrik Lundqvist.
Nick Cotsonika of Yahoo! Sports talked about the Jim Rutherford hire and other Penguins offseason moves with Bob Pompeani.
Tribune-Review Pens beat writer Rob Rossi joined Starkey and Mueller to talk about the hiring of Rutherford, but also spoke about his search for the teams next head coach adding that, based off the attributes Rutherford said he is looking for in his next head coach, current Red Wings head coach Mike Babcock fits the bill.
To hear NBC NHL Commentator Pierre McGuire tell it, he was certainly in the running for the Penguins open General Manager position that was today given to former Carolina Hurricanes General Manager Jim Rutherford.
After a three-week search, the Pittsburgh Penguins have found a new general manager – Jim Rutherford.
Few men have as much insight into what Pierre McGuire can bring to a team as Frank Pietrangelo does.
There is still plenty of mystery surrounding the Penguins ongoing search for their next General Manager, but Tribune-Review Pens Beat Writer Rob Rossi joined Starkey and Mueller to try and clear up the list of candidates.
Well, the stage for the Lord Stanley Cup Playoffs is set. The first puck will drop at the Staples Center in Los Angeles on Wednesday where the Kings will take on the New York Rangers. As you might imagine there are dozens of ecstatic fans of both teams here at CBS Local Sports National headquarters. We do, however, have one resident hardcore Chicago Blackhawks fan; Field Operations Manager Stan Pillman who has a few things to say about last night’s loss. Here are the top five things Blackhawks fans are saying about last night’s thrilling Game 7 loss, according to Stan.