ROOT Sports Penguins analyst Jay Caufield joined The Fan Morning Show on Wednesday to recap the Penguins’ 4-1 win over the Senators
Penguins defenseman Paul Martin joined Starkey, Miller, and Mueller on Monday to look back at the first round and forward to the team’s second-round matchup against the Senators.
NHL hall of fame defenseman and Ottawa Senators television color commentator Denis Potvin joined Starkey, Miller, and Mueller on Monday to help the guys preview the Penguins vs. Senators second round series.
Ottawa Senators radio color analyst Gord Wilson joined Paul Zeise on Sunday evening to offer a Senators’ perspective on the upcoming Penguins vs. Senators Eastern Conference Semifinal series.
Ottawa Sun sports columnist Tim Baines joined Tab Douglas on Sunday to talk about the latest buzz in Ottawa as the Senators prepare to face the Penguins in the Eastern Conference semifinals.
Hey Dan Bylsma, listen up and listen up good.
Minnesota Wild goaltender doesn’t want to be considered the NHL’s only player with multiple sclerosis, he just wants to be recognized for stopping the puck.
What would playoff hockey be without the Rangers playing the Capitals?
USA Today hockey writer Kevin Allen joined The Fan Morning Show on Thursday in the wake up a 5-0 Penguins beatdown of the New York Islanders in the opening game of the two team’s first round NHL playoff series.
Pittsburgh Penguins captain Sidney Crosby says he will not play in the first game of the NHL playoffs.
ROOT Sports Penguins analyst Jay Caufield joined The Fan Morning Show on Wednesday to preview the team’s first-round playoff series against the New York Islanders, which begins at Consol Energy Center tonight.
It’s easy to be down on the Bruins right now, but here’s why you should like their matchup in the first round of the playoffs.
With the Playoffs only two days away, ROOT Sports Color Analyst, Bob Errey joined the Fan Morning Show for a preview.
As part of the NHL’s realignment plan, the playoff format is getting a massive overhaul – and not a very good one.
The Los Angeles Kings’ 45-year Stanley Cup quest ended in a triumphant flourish of blood, sweat and power-play goals. After missing two chances to claim the title last week, the long-suffering Kings are NHL champions for the first time.