The Penguins and their fan base are mourning a beloved and well-known superfan.
Forward Tyler Kennedy may be with the San Jose Sharks now, but that doesn’t mean he has forgotten some of his fondest memories of the time he spent here in Pittsburgh with the Penguins.
There is still plenty of mystery surrounding the Penguins ongoing search for their next General Manager, but Tribune-Review Pens Beat Writer Rob Rossi joined Starkey and Mueller to try and clear up the list of candidates.
The Penguins are playing it pretty close to the vest when it comes to their search for former General Manager Ray Shero’s replacement, but that hasn’t stopped some names from leaking out.
Rick Tocchet says having the two greatest players in the world makes this a very attractive job for a GM and a possible new head coach.
Pittsburgh Penguins Broadcasting legend Mike Lange took some time to sit down and talk with Joe Starkey and Chris Mueller of Starkey and Mueller and everything was on the table from the current state of the Penguins to how he comes up with his incredible goal calls.
As the Penguins continue their search for the teams next General Manager after firing Ray Shero, none of the candidates have emerged as front-runners, but there is one name that keeps popping up.
Bowman says that Crosby has missed almost two full seasons because of injuries and it may have caught up to him.
Ever since the Penguins fired General Manager Ray Shero, the name Pierre McGuire has been floated around as a potential candidate to replace him. Today, Pierre went on The Jim Rome Show and talked about those rumors.
Pittsburgh Penguins defensemen Olli Maatta will be out of action for an extended period of time.
Less than a week after the Penguins fired their General Manager in Ray Shero, we’re still left looking for answers about why this really happened.
Kypreos offers a diagnosis for Sidney Crosby’s struggles and explains why Mike Babcock isn’t coming to Pittsburgh, at least not this year
Dave Cramer didn’t want to be removing the Stanley Cup Playoff banners from the outside of CONSOL Energy Center Friday afternoon, any more than Pittsburgh Penguins President and CEO David Morehouse wanted to dump his general manager.
Mario Lemieux and Ron Burkle, along with the rest of the Pittsburgh Penguins’ ownership team, were nose deep in meetings for a third straight day on Friday following the announcement that Ray Shero had been relieved of his duties as general manager earlier in the day.
Call me crazy, that’s fine. But I blindly trust Mario Lemieux.