New York Rangers radio play-by-play man and four-sport broadcaster Kenny Albert joined The Fan Morning Show today to help the guys preview tonight’s Penguins vs. Rangers matchup.
Jarome Iginla had to wait an extra day or two for his immigration issues to be cleared up, but won’t have to wait long to make his Penguins debut.
Officials with the Penguins say their new superstar forward, Jarome Iginla, will be arriving in Pittsburgh on Saturday.
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.
Jarome Iginla said he found out about a month ago the Calgary Flames were looking to deal him if the return was right.
“Merry Christmas!” was the reaction from Root Sports hockey analyst Bob Errey today on 93.7 the Fan when asked about the trade for Calgary forward Jarome Iginla.
The Pittsburgh Penguins have been big buyers as the NHL trade deadline approaches, but they sent a big message to the rest of the league early Thursday morning.
The Pittsburgh Penguins will welcome a new face to the lineup tonight when they play host to the Montreal Canadiens.
A day after trading for Brenden Morrow, the Pittsburgh Penguins have landed a big defensive defenseman.
The Pittsburgh Pirates traded for a veteran infielder Wednesday afternoon.
USA Today’s hockey writer Kevin Allen knows the hockey scene as well as anyone, and takes a look around the league at what pieces the Penguins could be targeting in a trade.
Brandon Inge has been around a while. But he’s never been to a big league camp other than the one in Lakeland, Fla., home of the Detroit Tigers.
The Penguins traded Eric Tangradi this past week, but was he given a fair chance to succeed this year or was his fate predetermined?
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Pittsburgh Penguins’ General Manager Ray Shero said it was the right thing to do to trade 24-year-old forward Eric Tangradi to Winnipeg for a seventh-round pick on Wednesday. “It’s an opportunity for […]
PITTSBURGH (93-7 THE FAN) — The Penguins announced late Wednesday night that defenseman Ben Lovejoy has been traded to the Anaheim Ducks for a fifth-round pick in the 2014 entry draft.
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