Rick Tocchet joined “The Fan Morning Show” on Tuesday to break down the team’s current situation and to discuss potential candidates for the Penguins’ vacant general manager position.
Adam Proteau from The Hockey News talked to Bob Pompeani about the recent developments in the Penguins franchise.
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.
In the wake of another playoff failure, the Pittsburgh Penguins started shaking up the future of the franchise Friday. However, it wasn’t the scenario anyone expected.
Big changes are coming to the Pittsburgh Penguins.
Sean Conboy, from Pittsburgh Magazine, joins The Fan’s Chris Mack to talk about the piece he wrote after the Penguins were eliminated from the Stanley Cup Playoffs.
As the speculation rolls on about the future for Head Coach Dan Bylsma and General Manager Ray Shero, Tribune Review Penguins Beat Writer Josh Yohe joined Starkey and Mueller to tell us the latest that he’s hearing.
Jones says he would like to see Shero stay but will most likely be fired because he didn’t fire Bylsma last year.
After another epic playoff collapse that has many just assuming Head Coach Dan Bylsma’s time is up here in Pittsburgh, the real question is, who else is in jeopardy?
To borrow a line from Phil Bourque and the Pittsburgh Penguins, “Buckle Up, Baby” because this figures to be a crazy offseason.
As the Pens find themselves tied in their opening round playoff series with the Columbus Blue Jackets 2-2, many are trying to identify what exactly it is that holds this team back in the postseason.
Out since suffering a stroke 10 weeks ago, Penguins Defenseman Kris Letang announced that he’ll be making his return Wednesday night against the Detroit Red Wings.
Pens Head Dan Bylsma met with the Pittsburgh media for the first time since the Olympics and had some unpleasant news to share on the injury front. Our own Jim Colony was there tweeting out the news as it broke.