TSN hockey insider Darren Dreger joined The Fan Morning Show on Tuesday to offer the latest inside scoop on the NHL trade deadline and the Penguins’ pursuit of Ryan Kesler.
President of Programming for NBC Sports and NBC Sports Network Jon Miller co-created The Winter Classic. Since then, the NHL outdoor games have exploded into a five game Stadium Series.
Pens defenseman Paul Martin could be out for as long as a month after injuring his right hand in the Olympics.
Bob Pompeani talked with former NHL player Brian Mullen about suffering a stroke and life afterwards.
The Penguins confirm that defenseman Kris Letang suffered a stoke last week.
NHL on TSN analyst and former NHL defenseman Aaron Ward joined The Fan Morning Show on Thursday to offer his take on the Olympics and share some of what he learned about homosexuality in sports while working on his “ReOrientation” feature for TSN’s SportsCentre.
It was a bad night from the start as the Panthers dominated the Penguins in an upset battle against the team with the second worst record in the Eastern Conference.
Paul Bessire joined The Fan Morning Show in his regular weekly spot on Thursday to offer up the machine’s picks for this weekend’s conference championship games, and its end-of-season projection for the 2013-14 Penguins.
Little Rocco Mastramico was one of 30 children who, along with their families, attended Penguins practice Tuesday morning, through the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
Is it because every team in the city is equally loved and supported, with sellouts stretching back decades, through good seasons and bad?
Eddie Johnston, former Senior Director of Hockey operations with the Pittsburgh Penguins joined The Fan’s John Phillips to talk about the Penguins, and how things have changed since he was in the league.
Regardless of who’s in the lineup, the Pittsburgh Penguins just keep on winning – especially when they’re on home ice.
As Evgeni Malkin seemingly nears his return, the Pittsburgh Penguins are adding to their depth as they keep piling up victories.
The Pittsburgh Penguins don’t play for a couple days over Christmas, but another kind of Penguin inside the National Aviary has everyone buzzing.
Officials at the National Aviary in Pittsburgh say a newborn pair of endangered African penguins will soon be making their public debut.