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Topic - David Morehouse
The Pittsburgh Penguins hired Ray Shero as general manager eight years ago with the mandate to build a roster around two of the game's brightest stars and turn ticker-tape parades through downtown into an annual rite of spring.
Arguably, no NHL franchise has been more positively impacted by the draft than the Pittsburgh Penguins.
As Penguins president David Morehouse said, Pittsburgh has long been known as a football town, but it's now one of the best hockey towns, too.
"We think it's worth the risk," Penguins president David Morehouse said. "We have the type of team that isn't going to do a lot of embarrassing things behind the scenes, so we're not that worried about it. We also think this is an unprecedented opportunity for the league and for the team. To have this kind of exposure is important."