RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Jiri Tlusty had two goals and an assist, and the Carolina Hurricanes beat Pittsburgh 4-1 on Thursday night in ex-Penguin Jordan Staal’s first game against his former team.
The Pittsburgh Penguins will look to get back on track tonight when they take on a familiar face in Carolina.
The start of hockey season is less than a week away, and more than 500 Pittsburgh Penguins’ fans packed the team’s practice facility on Sunday for the start of training camp.
Joe Starkey of Starkey and Miller on Sports Radio 93.7 The FAN caught up with new Pens Center Brandon Sutter, who talked about getting traded to the Pens and how he initially felt.
The Carolina Hurricanes started free agency by locking up their big trade acquisition for the long haul and bringing back a familiar face. They might not be done there.
According to the Sporting News, Carolina head coach Kirk Muller plans to try out Jordan and Eric Staal on the same line to see how they mesh.
Following a busy weekend for the Pittsburgh Penguins, General Manager Ray Shero, joined the Fan Morning Show to break down his picks and transactions.
Newly acquired Penguins forward Brandon Sutter was on the opposite end of a trade Friday between Carolina and Pittsburgh that sent Jordan Staal to the Hurricanes.
Pittsburgh Penguins’ ROOT Sporta’ analyst Bob Errey joined Seibel, Starkey and Miller on Sportsradio 93-7 The FAN to talk about the trade of center Jordan Staal and where the team goes from here.
With the NHL Draft over the weekend, plenty of drama unfolded here in Pittsburgh. The Fan Morning Show talked to the Post-Gazette’s Seth Rorabaugh to sort it all out.
The NHL Draft was held this weekend and while the Penguins worked to stock the pipeline full of promising talent for the future, they also reshaped the roster for the present.
After six seasons with the Penguins, Jordan Staal was dealt Friday evening to the Carolina Hurricanes where he’ll be teammates with his older brother, Eric.
The NHL Draft got underway at Consol Energy Center Friday night and it didn’t take long for General Manager Ray Shero to set off some fireworks in front of the home crowd.
According to a report by the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, Pittsburgh Penguins forward Jordan Staal has rejected a 10-year contract extension to remain in Pittsburgh.
(93-7 The FAN) — Pittsburgh Penguins general manager Ray Shero spoke with the media Tuesday afternoon and said he has every intention on re-signing forward Jordan Staal.