Remember when statues of sports icons were reserved for men of true character?
Joe Starkey of Starkey and Miller on Sports Radio 93-7 The FAN talked with Penguins’ captain Sidney Crosby today to discuss the lockout and where things stand.
They brought consecutive Stanley Cups to the Pittsburgh in the early 1990s and today, many of those star players took on a different sport for a good cause.
It’s no secret that Mario Lemieux will forever be talked about as arguably the best player to ever lace up a pair of skates. In my opinion, none have been better and he sits alone atop the mountain in that discussion.
Pittsburgh Penguins’ winger Steve Sullivan on win over Maple Leafs, and CEO David Morehouse on Mario Lemieux statue.
Pascal Dupuis had two goals and an assist as the Penguins beat the Toronto Maple Leafs, 3-2 and extended their winning streak to seven.
Three times the savior of Pittsburgh hockey, a statue honoring Mario Lemieux was unveiled Wednesday, appropriately called “Le Magnifique.”
Anticipation has been building for weeks now, and the day Penguins’ fans have been waiting for has finally arrived. Fans began gathering outside of CONSOL Energy Center early in order to get front row seats for the big unveiling of the Mario Lemieux statue.
Jay Caufield, NHL analyst for Root Sports, joined The Fan Morning Show Wednesday to discuss Sidney Crosbyand Mario Lemieux’s statue unveiling.
A statue honoring arguably the greatest player to ever lace up a pair of skates will be unveiled Monday afternoon.
There’s a big honor in the works for Mario Lemieux. The Penguins announced today that a statue honoring the career and achievements the hockey legend and Hall-of-Famer will be unveiled on March 7.
Before he became a legend at Bishop Canevin, Randy Unger learned the game of hockey from another local legend.
To say that Pens fans were excited for the return of Sidney Crosby would be an understatement. Fans have gone 320 days – 10 and a half months – without Crosby in the lineup.
While Mario Lemieux was the captain back in ’91, today he’s the owner and has his own captain to worry about as Sidney Crosby’s concussion issues linger.
I have to admit I was shocked to hear that Jaromir Jagr turned down the Penguins’ one-year offer only to ink a deal with the hated Philadelphia Flyers. But then I thought about it, and I decided one thing: Jagr would have done what anyone else would do.