Pittsburgh Penguins General Manager Jim Rutherford is a busy guy, which makes him taking time out of his schedule to spend an hour in-studio with The FAN Morning Show all the more impressive.
While Sidney Crosby has spent plenty of time this summer back in his hometown of Cole Harbour, Nova Scotia, he is also taking time to reminisce about what has already been a 10-year NHL career.
With its small town charm and beautiful scenery, Cole Harbour, Nova Scotia, is a lovely place to visit.
It’s hard to believe it’s been ten years since Sidney Crosby was drafted by the Pittsburgh Penguins.
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.
Sportsnet NHL Insider Nick Kypreos and Toronto Sun columnist Steve Simmons joined Chris Mack, Josh Miller and Jim Colony on “The Fan Morning Show” Thursday to discuss the Penguins’ blockbuster trade for Phil Kessel. Each seemed to have high hopes for Kessel in Pittsburgh.
With the NHL Draft looming at the end of the month, Pittsburgh Penguins General Manager Jim Rutherford and his staff have been going over their agenda for the off-season.
Sidney Crosby led Canada to its first hockey world championship title since 2007 Sunday with a goal and an assist in a dominant 6-1 victory over defending champion Russia in the final.
Talking publicly in Pittsburgh for the first time since the Penguins fired him, New Jersey Devils general manager Ray Shero talked with Joe Starkey about his time with the Pens and how he landed with the Devils.
Arguably, there have only been a handful of guys in the NHL with the type of talent as Wayne Gretzky, Mario Lemieux and Sidney Crosby.
Penguins star Sidney Crosby is going to play for Team Canada in the offseason.
The Penguins’ General Manager, coach and star players Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin are all staying, despite the team’s disappointing elimination from playoffs.
The Pittsburgh Penguins face an uphill battle in their opening round matchup wih the Rangers. With that in mind, here are six ways the Penguins can defy the odds and win this series.
Don’t tell me about the down-the-liners.
With the Pittsburgh Penguins getting ready to take on the New York Rangers in the first round of the Stanley Cup playoffs, Brandon Sutter joined the Starkey and Mueller Show to preview their matchup and talk about where the team is confidence wise.