PITTSBURGH (93-7 THE FAN) — First, Sidney Crosby became the center of an unpopular story over the weekend. Now, the other member of the Penguins’ famed “Two-Headed Monster” has been thrust into an awkward spotlight.
PITTSBURGH (93-7 THE FAN) — Through seven seasons, Kris Letang has established himself as an All-Star and the top blue-liner on the Penguins’ roster.
PITTSBURGH (93-7 THE FAN) — The Penguins have added another veteran presence to join assistant coaches Tony Granato and Todd Reirden on head coach Dan Bylsma’s bench.
PITTSBURGH (93-7 THE FAN) — Stanley Cup champion Brandon Saad and Anaheim Ducks goaltending prospect John Gibson added even more local interest to the 2014 U.S. Olympic hockey team when head coach Dan Bylsma invited the Pittsburgh natives to the team’s forthcoming orientation camp today.
The Penguins released their 2013-14 regular season schedule Friday.
Rob Scuderi talked to the Fan Morning Show on Tuesday to talk about his return to the Pittsburgh Penguins.
The Pittsburgh Penguins have locked up Kris Letang and Pascal Dupuis for the foreseeable future.
Post-Gazette, Empty Netters blogger, Seth Rorabaugh joined the Fan Morning Show to talk about the Penguins Free Agency period, including the potential deal to extend Kris Letang.
CBC Hockey Night in Canada analyst Don Cherry offered a more detailed analysis of Malkin and the Pens’ 2013 season in an interview with Joe Starkey.
NBC Sports Network NHL analyst Brian Engblom joined The Fan Morning Show on Thursday to offer his thoughts on the Stanley Cup Final and the Penguins’ offseason.
Mike Colligan joined The Fan Morning Show on Friday to break down how Malkin’s extension might affect the future of the Penguins
On the inline rink at Robert Morris’s facility on Neville Island today, the assessment of the Penguins was short and blunt.
Bob Errey joined the Fan Morning Show to talk about the end of the Penguins season.
ROOT Sports and KDKA-TV Penguins analyst Jay Caufield joined The Fan Morning Show on Wednesday with the Pens trailing the Bruins 2-0 in the Eastern Conference Final.
With the Penguins losing Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals, 3-0, to the Boston Bruins on Saturday night, this would appear to be the precise opening the most loyal Marc-Andre Fleury backers needed to shout from the mountaintops that he should play in Game 2.