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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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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: - …
 
Bob Errey, Phil Bourque, and Troy Loney are legendary Penguins role players. They are Penguins through and through. They embody the entire history of the Penguins, having played in some of the darkest eras, and emerging as key contributors to the brightest moments in franchise history.Listen to this organic conversation between the three of them an…
 
Mark Johnson is an American Sports Legend. His last name is synonymous with the Pittsburgh Penguins. Ten years before his father, Badger Bob Johnson, became coach of the Penguins, Mark joined the Penguins as a player. He came to Pittsburgh with a shiny gold medal after turning in an MVP performance for United States “Miracle On Ice“ Olympic Team at…
 
Eddie Olczyk joins Paul Steigerwald on this week's edition of A Great Day for Hockey Talk.Highlights include:-Edzo reflecting back on his time as a player in Pittsburgh-Talking about his introduction to broadcasting-Reminiscing about his time behind the bench as head coach of the Penguins-Discussing his upcoming book-How fortunate he has been to wo…
 
Hal "Skillsy" Gill, and Rob "The Piece" Scuderi, or bits and pieces as they referred to themselves, were a vital defensive tandem for the 2009 Stanley Cup Champions. Each of them talks about what it was like to be on the ice in those final dramatic seconds of Game 7 when the Penguins won the Stanley Cup on June 12th, 2009. Other highlights include:…
 
Pierre McGuire joins Paul Steigerwald on this week's edition of A Great Day for Hockey Talk. Pierre reveals how he met Scotty Bowman how he was hired by the Penguins in 1990. He also discusses what it was like to work for the triumvirate of Craig Patrick , Bob Johnson and Bowman, and he details his role as a Penguins scout and how he transitioned i…
 
Colby Armstrong and Max Talbot join Paul Steigerwald on this week's edition of A Great Day for Hockey Talk. The guys talk about what it was like playing under former Penguins coach Michel Therrien, explain what it was like for Colby's first call-up to the NHL, and memories from playing in Wilkes-Barre/Scranton. Max also talks about being the 2009 S…
 
It’s been 30 years since Mario Lemieux scored a career-high 199 points in 1988-1989, the most remarkable statistical season in Penguins history. So it’s only appropriate that this week’s version of the “It’s A Great Day For Hockey Talk” podcast checks in with both of Mario’s linemates from that season – left wing Bob Errey, currently a Penguins TV …
 
Hockey legend Scotty Bowman joins Paul Steigerwald on the second episode of A Great Day for Hockey Talk. Scotty and Steigy talk about a variety of topics, including some of Scotty's favorite stories from when he was a NHL general manager, the growth of hockey in Pittsburgh, and watching NHL greats like Mario Lemieux and Sidney Crosby play when they…
 
Sidney Crosby joins Paul Steigerwald on the inaugural episode of A Great Day for Hockey Talk. Sid discusses how the game has evolved over the years, his summer travels around the world, and how he stays on top of his game.Pittsburgh Penguins による
 
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