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The Pittsburgh Penguins have overhauled their management and made big changes to their personnel, and the Gospel of Hockey is back to talk about all of it. Co-hosts Matt Gajtka and Larry Snyder join forces to address the Pens' new coach, their draft strategy, the James Neal trade and frantic first few days of NHL free agency. They discuss the implications and perceived goals of the Pens' moves, then they take a look at some other news around the sport that caught their attention.
The NHL trade deadline is fast approaching. Many teams will be scrambling to pick up rental players. In this webcast I will discuss the Pittsburgh Penguins.
Gospel of Hockey co-hosts Matt Gajtka and Larry Snyder have taken their antacids and are ready to discuss Tuesday night's Game 7 between the Pittsburgh Penguins and New York Rangers. The duo wonder about what has gone wrong for the Pens in the past two games, then ask what they can do to regain control and advance. If the Rangers complete their rally, what would it mean for the Penguins franchise? Also, Matt and Larry go over the other three second-round Stanley Cup playoff series, then look at the Pens' minor-league affiliates and their respective postseason runs.
City of Champions editor Matt Gajtka welcomes staff writers Larry Snyder and Zac Weiss for another edition of Burgh Brew, a highly-caffeinated dose of Pittsburgh sports talk. This week's episode looks into the volatile prospects of the Pirates, who - despite being in fourth place in the NL Central - could be considered the favorites to win the division at the all-star break. Matt, Larry and Zac wonder what the Bucs can afford to improve and which aspects of their game could carry them to a pennant. Also, the guys analyze the Penguins' offseason and ask if they need to do anything else before training camp begins in the fall. Will Sidney Crosby be fully healthy in time for Game 1?
There's no script on this week's Gospel of Hockey, as co-hosts Matt Gajtka and Larry Snyder vent after the end of the Pittsburgh Penguins' season. They ask the following questions: What went right? What went wrong? What needs to change? What should stay the same? Also, the guys dig into the conference finals in the ongoing Stanley Cup playoffs, plus look into another series win for the AHL Penguins and a championship handed out this week in American junior hockey. Thanks for listening!
Burgh Brew returns to recap the week in Pittsburgh sports, with City of Champions Radio host Matt Gajtka once again guiding the conversation. Joining Matt for this episode is staff writer Zac Weiss; the two discuss the Pirates' erratic nature after an up-and-down week, then turn their attention to what could happen during the offseason for the Penguins, who have yet to appoint a new general manager two weeks after firing Ray Shero. The Steelers and Ben Roethlisberger also get some time in the spotlight before Matt and Zac sign off.
City of Champions Radio host Matt Gajtka returns with the latest edition of Burgh Brew, a caffeinated look around the realm of Pittsburgh sports. His guest for this episode is CoC staff writer Larry Snyder, and the two tackle the Penguins' uncoventional management shuffle to start the program. What does the hiring of Jim Rutherford mean for the team's immediate future? What should we make of the way Dan Bylsma was dismissed? Is all well that ends well for the Pens, at least in this case? Also, the Pirates scored a knockout in the opener of their series against first-place Milwaukee. With 12 wins in their past 18 games, have the Bucs finally turned the corner on the season? The guys take a peek at the Riverhounds' latest match action and a new pro team in Washington, Pa., to watch.
City of Champions Radio host Matt Gajtka returns for the latest episode of Burgh Brew, a highly-caffeinated dose of Pittsburgh sports news. The Penguins are out of the Stanley Cup playoffs and have already made one big move in the front office. What other changes can we anticipate? The Pirates have lost six of eight, with the starting rotation letting them down continually. Are there any solutions for the flagging Bucs? Also, a couple former Steelers want back in and the winless Riverhounds make a large adjustment of their own.
Matt Gajtka and Larry Snyder are back for their first March edition of the Gospel of Hockey. In this episode, the duo discusses the Pittsburgh Penguins' trade acquisitions and how they're fitting in, plus other moves of interest from around the league. They also look into a former Penguin buying an ownership stake in a local hockey team, plus how the college hockey season is wrapping up for regional schools, particularly RMU.
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