With a report from Pittsburgh Business Times coming out yesterday stating that a group of investors is expected to make an offer to buy the Pittsburgh Penguins within a week, Chris Mueller was joined Tuesday by Mike Colligan, NHL Analyst at Forbes SportsMoney and Pittsburgh Penguins correspondent at The Hockey Writers.
So Mick and The Boys are going to invade the North Shore this weekend, blowing into town on their Zip Code Tour and — even at their advanced age — ready to rock Heinz Field.
If anyone in this town deserves to do it his way, it is Mario Lemieux.
The Penguins franchise is deeply rooted in Pittsburgh, but the ownership of the team could soon be changing.
The man who saved hockey in Pittsburgh, could be looking to sell the team.
To hear NBC NHL Commentator Pierre McGuire tell it, he was certainly in the running for the Penguins open General Manager position that was today given to former Carolina Hurricanes General Manager Jim Rutherford.
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.
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.
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.
Ottawa Senators owner Eugene Melnyk has succeeded in becoming the Al Davis of hockey — minus a couple of things.
NEW YORK (AP) Traditional labor talks have made little progress in the ongoing NHL lockout, so the league and the players’ association are going to try something different in an attempt to save the season that is slipping away.