On the inline rink at Robert Morris’s facility on Neville Island today, the assessment of the Penguins was short and blunt.
Jarome Iginla was supposed to play the part of Raymond Borque in this Stanley Cup passion play.
At first glance, you’d think you’re in a suburb of Boston. Bruins’ jerseys and pictures adorn the walls, and a Bruins’ shirt sits on the back of Beth Bartkowski – wife of Rick and mother of Matt, Boston Bruins defenseman.
After a rare day off for rest and contemplation, the Los Angeles Kings came back focused on what’s missing from their run at a second straight Stanley Cup title.
A golden sun rose on this the eve of Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals of Pittsburgh vs. Boston.
Pittsburgh Penguins captain Sidney Crosby is returning, and will play in game 2 of the NHL Stanley Cup playoffs against the NY Islanders.
Penguins’ Winger, Brenden Morrow joined the Fan Morning Show on Tuesday to preview the Stanley Cup Playoffs.
Former Pittsburgh Penguins player Jay Caufield is joining KDKA-TV as the Pens make their run for the Stanley Cup.
Are we setting ourselves up for a potential letdown here in Penguinville?
A man who spent many years on the Pens beat, 93.7 The Fan’s own Tab Douglas, recently caught up with NHL.com managing editor Shawn Rourke to help him handicap the Stanley Cup Playoff picture in the East.
Penguins fans had two reasons to smile Thursday night: 1. The Pens won again, extending their winning streak to 14. 2. The team is getting another star player.
Former Pens forward Colby Armstrong is back with former Pens head coach Michel Therrien, this time in Montreal and today Armstrong told 93.7 the Fan, “he’s been great with our group. He came into a situation where a team wasn’t doing so well. I think he’s familiar with that so it was easy for him to adapt right away to turning things around.”
Penguins Defenseman Paul Martin sat down with Joe Starkey of Starkey, Miller and Mueller on Sports Radio 93.7 The FAN to talk about the opportunity he was given by Penguins General Manager Ray Shero during the offseason to be traded to another team.
Fresh off a working vacation in his native Russia, Pittsburgh Penguins star center Evgeni Malkin said he’s happy to be back in Pittsburgh, and he’s ready to hit the ice with his teammates.
They brought consecutive Stanley Cups to the Pittsburgh in the early 1990s and today, many of those star players took on a different sport for a good cause.
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