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Latest Ray Shero Items
Team co-owners Mario Lemieux and Ron Burkle said Friday it was time to take the franchise in a new direction after the team's latest playoff flameout.
If there is a purging in Pittsburgh, should the Capitals be interested in Jacques Martin and Ray Shero?
Sidney Crosby will be back. Evgeni Malkin too.
Less than three months after a stroke put his season in jeopardy, Kris Letang will go back to work for the Pittsburgh Penguins.
The Pittsburgh Penguins didn't go for the big splash at the trade deadline this time.
Capitals defenseman John Carlson has played in all three Olympic games for the Americans. Ray Shero says he earned his spot.
Penguins general manager Ray Shero announced Friday that Letang, 26, had a stroke last week. Letang will be treated with blood thinners and the stroke is not expected to threaten his career.
Pittsburgh Penguins defenseman Kris Letang will be out for at least six weeks because of a stroke.
Dan Bylsma couldn't avoid speculation about his status as the Penguins coach in the days following Pittsburgh's four-game pratfall against Boston in the Eastern Conference Finals, even in his own house.