Penguins star Sidney Crosby is going to play for Team Canada in the offseason.
After a disappointing postseason that was followed up by turnover in the Penguins front office as well as its coaching staff, Sidney Crosby has finally spoken out on the direction both he and the organization are headed.
The NHL’s Olympic break is all but wrapped up and players from across the league are getting ready to return to action.
It’s no secret in Pittsburgh that finding the ideal wingers to play alongside Sidney Crosby can be a difficult task. Now Team Canada and Head Coach Mike Babcock are finding that out first hand.
NHL on TSN analyst and former NHL defenseman Aaron Ward joined The Fan Morning Show on Thursday to offer his take on the Olympics and share some of what he learned about homosexuality in sports while working on his “ReOrientation” feature for TSN’s SportsCentre.
Sidney Crosby will have another honor to add to his hockey resume when the Olympics begin in Sochi, Russia next month.
USA Today Hockey Writer Kevin Allen joined Starkey and Mueller earlier today on The FAN to discuss the final Olympic Hockey rosters and why he wasn’t surprised that Penguins Winger Chris Kunitz made Team Canada.
With the announcement of Team Canada’s roster coming on Tuesday, Penguins Winger Chris Kunitz continues to find his name in the middle of a debate as to whether or not he belongs on the team.
This isn’t to say Penguins winger James Neal should be some shoo-in to make the Team Canada roster for the upcoming Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia.
The Pittsburgh Penguins figure to be well-represented at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia.