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Among the topics discussed: Ty's early hockey beginnings in North Dakota and Washington State. His life (and hockey) lessons learned under Hockey Hall of Fame coach Jerry York at Boston College. The unique plan he hatched to accomplish one off-ice goal while continuing his professional career. The path that led him to Pittsburgh through his work fo…
 
Among the topics discussed: Cindy's start with the Penguins in 1977 and how her confident approach led to an opportunity. Becoming only the third woman in league history to be named Director of Public and Media Relations when she took on the role for the Penguins. Looking back on Mario Lemieux's Draft Day and his arrival in Pittsburgh. Memories of …
 
Teddy Blueger joins Josh Getzoff in episode 41 of the Scoop Podcast presented by PPG.Among the topics discussed:-Blueger's early years growing up in Latvia and how the culture of both his native country and his family customs shaped him from a young age.-The decision to move to North American to continue his hockey career and enroll at Shattuck-St.…
 
Among the topics discussed: Talbot and Armstrong breaking into the NHL alongside Crosby. What makes Crosby a different breed than any other player - current or past - the game has seen. The creation of the "Creature" nickname that Armstrong came up with. Talbot recalls memories around the 2009 Cup Championship win over Detroit. On and off-ice stori…
 
Among the topics discussed: How Daley came to the decision to retire from the NHL this past off-season. His beginnings in Toronto and the family dynamic that shaped him as a young boy. His rise through the ranks in youth hockey in the Toronto area before being drafted into the Ontario Hockey League (OHL). Growth as both a player and person with the…
 
Among the topics discussed: Processing the disappointing end to the 2019-20 season. The thinking behind the coaching changes made to Sullivan’s staff heading into the 2020.21 campaign. Sullivan’s reaction to moving on from key pieces to past championship teams, like Matt Murray & Patric Hornqvist. Assessing the additions of key pieces in off-season…
 
Among the topics discussed: Harnarayan’s infamous calls that laid the soundtrack to the Penguins’ 2016 Cup run. His relationship that formed with former Penguin Nick Bonino as a result of the “Bonino, Bonino, Bonino!” call. The trip to Pittsburgh he made with his fellow Hockey Night in Punjabi broadcasters to be a part of the Penguins Stanley Cup p…
 
Among the topics discussed: Vellucci reflects on the two-plus decade journey in coaching that’s led him to his first job behind an NHL bench starting this season with the Penguins. We learn more about the long-standing relationship between Vellucci and Penguins GM Jim Rutherford, including how Rutherford gave Vellucci his first coaching opportunity…
 
-Reaction to the trade from Jim Rutherford, Colton Sceviour and Mike Matheson -An ode to Patric Hornqvist’s time in Pittsburgh -Josh Yohe of the Athletic joins for an in-depth break down of the deal and what it means for the Penguins roster in the present and moving forward -Florida Panthers radio Play-by-Play voice Doug Plagens stops by for a scou…
 
Among the topics discussed: Dealing with a sudden halt and ending to the QMJHL season in Sherbrooke and the ways he’s stayed sharp during the pandemic. Summer training (and boating) at his family’s lake house in Quebec. The excitement of growing as a piece of the Penguins’ young prospect pool alongside Pierre-Olivier Joseph and Nathan Legare. Pouli…
 
Among the topics covered: Ryan’s thoughts on his father Rick’s run to the Stanley Cup Final in the bubble as the interim Head Coach of the Dallas Stars. Rick’s impact on Ryan getting involved in the game of hockey and creating a name for himself in the sport. Growing up in Nova Scotia and summer hockey sessions against a young phenom named Sidney C…
 
Highlights include: Tocchet’s memories of joining a new team and replacing Mark Recchi, a popular player he would later befriend. His special role as Mario Lemieux’s right winger and the adjustments he had to make in his game to accommodate the Penguins captain. His approach to providing protection for Lemieux and his other teammates. Some humorous…
 
In 1987, Rick Tocchet made it all the way to Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Finals as a member of the Philadelphia Flyers. His team came up short against the Edmonton Oilers. When he was traded to the Pittsburgh Penguins in February of 1992, he would bring a valuable combination of experience and hunger to a Penguins team that needed his unique brand of…
 
Highlights include: Revisiting his goal in the 2016 Stanley Cup Final. The team’s confidence level during the 2016 run. The Penguins’ mindset going into the following season. Comparing how each championship felt. Re-watching (and critiquing) the 2017 games. The fatigue level of the battered blue line in 2017. Being the common denominator for some b…
 
Highlights include: Winning the Cup in 2016. Challenging his team to go back-to-back. Dealing with a slew of injuries in 2016-17. Jake Guentzel and Marc-Andre Fleury’s heroics in the playoffs. Winning back-to-back Game 7's. The hardest coaching decision of his life, in which he still loses sleep over. Chris Kunitz’s clutch double overtime goal. Pat…
 
Highlights include:­­ Singh’s childhood dreams of becoming a nationally known hockey announcer in Canada­. The story of how he blurted out Bonino’s name several times when he scored that series clinching goal­. His recollection of how word got to him of the enthusiastic reaction he was getting from Pens fans­. The invite from the Penguins to visit …
 
Bonino! Bonino! Bonino!When Nick Bonino scored the game winning goal in overtime to clinch the second round series against the Washington Capitals on the way to the 2016 Stanley Cup Championship, not one, but two Penguins cult figures were born.­ From a studio in Canada, the voice of Hockey Night in Canada in Punjabi, Harnarayan Singh, called the g…
 
Highlights include: Facing his former team, the Washington Capitals, in the Second Round. Netting the game-winning goal in Game 2 of that series. What it was like to score in the Stanley Cup Final. Coming out of the penalty box to celebrate in Game 6 (and recently getting chirped by Sidney Crosby about it). His approach to announcing the starting l…
 
Highlights include: His first impressions of Mike Sullivan in WBS. The long road to his first call up. Growing with his WBS teammates and making the jump to Pittsburgh together. His heroics against the Capitals. The Penguins’ fourth line. Killing three consecutive delay of game penalties. The successful offside challenge against Tampa Bay. Winning …
 
Highlights include: The arrival of Mike Sullivan. Being the Phil “Kessel Whisperer” and their $300 Game 7 bet. The team’s tactical adjustments against NY Rangers. The union of HBK (Hagelin-Bonino-Kessel). Back-to-back-to-back delay of game penalties. Getting the call from Andy Saucier and the challenge that changed Pittsburgh’s fate. The well-oiled…
 
Highlights include: The text from Mario Lemieux. Max Talbot’s pre-game “prediction”. Penguins’ role players making a difference. Talbot’s two-goal performance. Losing Sidney Crosby and the trickle down. The stressful third period. A frantic finish. Marc-Andre Fleury’s redemption.By Penguins Podcasts: The Scoop
 
Highlights include: The Penguins’ disastrous Game 5 loss in Detroit. Mario Lemieux’s presence following the loss. Marc-Andre Fleury’s importance to Pittsburgh’s aspirations. Tyler Kennedy’s role as unsung hero. The hockey gods’ 180-degree swing for Fleury-Zetterberg. “The Piece” Rob Scuderi.By Penguins Podcasts: The Scoop
 
Highlights include: Setting the scene entering Game 4. Importance of flipping the script on 2008. The forgotten part of Evgeni Malkin’s game. The 5:37-minutes that changed everything. Jordan Staal’s epic shorthanded goal. The effectiveness of the Cooke-Staal-Kennedy line. Marc-Andre Fleury’s game-saving performance. The momentum swing in Pittsburgh…
 
Highlights include: History repeats with losses in Games 1 and 2 in Detroit. Penguins’ mentality entering Game 3. The atmosphere in Game 3 (white out, big screen, noise). Max Talbot’s (first) clutch game of the Final. The series-changing “no call”. Overlooked players in the series (Kris Letang, Matt Cooke). The pivotal third period for Pittsburgh.…
 
Highlights include: The Marian Hossa deadline trade that almost wasn’t. Breezing through the 2008 playoffs. Reliving the heartbreaking Stanley Cup Final loss to Detroit. The coaching change that shook-up the 2008-09 season. The 2009 playoff run through Philadelphia, Washington and Carolina.By Penguins Podcasts: The Scoop
 
Other highlights include: -his reflections on growing up in Montreal as a fan of the Canadiens -Reference to his time as a professional wide receiver in CFL -Life in LA as a player and coach -His relationship with former Pens assistant coach Jimmy Roberts -His coaching style and what is was like to be with the Penguins as compared to working for th…
 
Bob Berry was Mario Lemieux‘s very first coach in the National Hockey League. He was hired on June 4, 1984, just five days before Mario was drafted first overall in Montreal. He made his mark as a player in the NHL with the Los Angeles Kings as a two-time All-Star in the early '70s. He coached the Kings for three years before being hired to coach t…
 
On this episode of A Great Day for Hockey talk Paul Steigerwald is joined by John Buccigross, the voice of college hockey on ESPN. He is funny, passionate, knowledgeable, opinionated , an excellent writer and an engaging public speaker. John grew up following the Penguins, listening to games and watching the local sports teams and sportscasters. At…
 
Highlights include: -What it’s like having Sidney Crosby watch you play -How they first got started in hockey -Their heroes and role models in the sport -Their experience at the 2018 Winter Olympics -Talking the identity and bond of Team USA -Having some fun with teammate ‘superlatives’ -The challenges they face as women’s hockey players -What it’s…
 
But before he was a hero, he was a villain, mostly because of the way he antagonized Mario Lemieux and Jaromir Jagr when he was a member of the NY Islanders in the 1993 playoffs. But he was welcomed with open arms by the two Penguins superstars upon his arrival to Pittsburgh in 1996. And it wasn’t long before he became the scourge of Flyers fans fo…
 
We figured Darius Kasparaitis would be an entertaining guest but little did we know! The funny and engaging former Penguins defenseman practically reached folk hero status during his six seasons in the black and gold uniform.But before he was a hero, he was a villain, mostly because of the way he antagonized Mario Lemieux and Jaromir Jagr when he w…
 
Highlights include: -Doc recounts his early days as a cub reporter covering the Penguins for the Beaver County Times -His subsequent rise through college and minor league hockey to the big time in the mid eighties. -Doc explains why he got hooked on hockey, and reveals the secret to his longevity. -Doc explains why he loves calling the game today a…
 
What makes a Hall Of Fame Broadcaster? First and foremost, passion. Years of dedication and excellence. And a special voice quality that separates him from all the rest. In this episode of A Great Day for Hockey Talk, Paul Steigerwald sits down with Mike “Doc” Emrick, the voice of hockey in America.Highlights include:-Doc recounts his early days as…
 
Some other highlights include: - Reflections of his formative years growing up in Chelyabinsk, in the Soviet Union - His first season with Penguins after he signed a five year contract in 2005 - How he met his lovely wife Ksenia - The thrill of winning the Stanley Cup in 2009 after overcoming two serious injuries - His method of conveying the subtl…
 
Sergei Gonchar, the soft spoken Penguins assistant coach continues to make a significant impact on the organization. His professional relationship and friendship with fellow countryman Evgeni Malkin is still going strong. In this podcast, the former defenseman talks about the days when Geno lived in Gonchar’s home. Some other highlights include: - …
 
With the 2019-2020 season getting closer, Josh Getzoff and Michelle Crechiolo are joined by former Penguin and AT&T SportsNet and Penguins Radio Network analyst, Colby Armstrong. The trio discuss the busy off-season of change for the Penguins and how the group sets up heading into the year, while also diving into the many upcoming theme nights sche…
 
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