After an action-packed first round of the NHL Draft for the Pittsburgh Penguins, the second day has been more routine.
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.
NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman joined the Fan Morning Show on Friday to celebrate the world of hockey coming to Pittsburgh this weekend for the NHL Draft.
The 2012 NHL Draft is in town. Friday and Saturday, hockey fans will be looking to Pittsburgh, as teams choose who will be wearing their club’s sweaters next year.
Pittsburgh Penguins assistant general manager Jason Botterill joins the Vinnie & Cook show on Sportsradio 93-7 The Fan.
Michael Houser, of Wexford, is looking to become just the latest Pittsburgh kid to be drafted by an NHL team. But the fact that Houser is even playing hockey at all is a testament to his determination.
The signs are all over the city – the National Hockey League’s annual draft is in Pittsburgh at the CONSOL Energy Center on Friday and Saturday. Local business leaders expect another boost to the city’s economy.
(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.
The Pittsburgh Penguins are gearing up for the 2012 NHL Draft at CONSOL Energy Center and they will be hosting a series of events to celebrate the occasion.
The NHL Draft is being held at the Consol Energy Center this year, and to give us a look at all of the fun surrounding the event, the Fan Morning Show talked to Penguins’ VP of Communications, Tom McMillan.
The NHL Draft will be held in Pittsburgh this year and you can check it out for free.
(KDKA/93-7 The FAN) —The Penguins traded center Mark Letestu to Columbus Tuesday for a fourth-round pick in the 2012 NHL Entry Draft.
PITTSBURGH (93-7 THE FAN) — Pittsburgh Penguins first round draft pick Joe Morrow joined The FAN Morning show Wednesday and talked about how excited he is to be a member of the Penguins organization. “It’s […]
The Pittsburgh Penguins turned some heads on Friday night by selecting a defenseman with their first-round pick in the 2011 NHL Draft. The trend continued on Saturday.
The Penguins are on an annual search for skilled wings, so there was no chance they would take anything else with the first pick, right? With the 23rd pick, the Pens took a defenseman, Joe Morrow from Portland.