NHL Free Agency
The Pittsburgh Penguins were very busy on the first day of the NHL Free Agency Period, but it was not a free agent that was making the biggest headlines.
He says the choice to come to Pittsburgh was an easy one for him because of the chance to win a Stanley Cup and play next to some great players.
After the Penguins signed Defenseman Rob Scuderi on Friday, head coach Dan Bylsma joined Colin Dunlap on Sports Radio 93.7 The Fan. Bylsma said that Scuderi could be a “good fit” on the blue line with Kris Letang, who recently re-signed with the team.
Forbes SportsMoney NHL analyst Mike Colligan joined The Fan Morning Show on Thursday to break down the cap implications of the Penguins’ recent signings.
Rogers SportsNet Hockey Central analyst Nick Kypreos has his finger on the pulse of the NHL, and he looks at a busy week for the Pittsburgh Penguins with Vinnie & Cook on Sportsradio 93.7 The Fan.
To this point, the Penguins have only made minor roster moves in the first 20 hours of free agency. To talk about what is still to come, the Fan Morning Show talked to former NHL general manager, and current NHL Network analyst, Craig Button.
TSN Hockey Insider Darren Dreger tells The Fan Morning Show on Friday that he feels the Sidney Crosby deal is a fair deal for both him and the Pens.
The Pittsburgh Penguins added some size to their defense corps Sunday afternoon.
The unrestricted free agency period began Friday at noon and many of the best available players have inked new deals. But, who’s left?
Just hours before the beginning of NHL free agency, TSN hockey analyst Darren Dreger joined The Fan Morning Show Friday.
With the start of NHL Free Agency just 28 hours away, the Penguins and Tyler Kennedy are closing in on a new contract.
Craig Button joined The Fan Morning Show Wednesday to preview NHL free agency. Button details Tyler Kennedy’s perceived market value, possible Jaromir Jagr lines and his thoughts on the Philadelphia Flyers’ recent roster moves.
The Pittsburgh Penguins and Pascal Dupuis agreed to a new two-year deal Tuesday and he joined The Fan Morning Show Wednesday to explain why he wanted to stay in Pittsburgh.
Pens GM Ray Shero has started discussions with soon to be free agents Mike Rupp and Pascal Dupuis.