Assistant coach Mike Yeo is set to accept a head coaching in the AHL.
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He's banged out beastly Homer-esque comments with a high level of consistency.
Given that large stretches of this season never really felt quite right for Pens fans, perhaps it was entirely fitting that the 2009-10 NHL season closed with one of the most awkward on-ice celebrations in recent memory. And if Patrick Kane being the only person in the arena that actually saw his Cup-winning goal go in wasn’t odd enough, the bizarro epilogue was officially written last night when the Hershey Bears won the Calder Cup and former Penguin forward/zamboni Chris Bourque was named AHL Playoff MVP.
You all remember Chris Bourque, right? How could you forget Chris Bourque? Lord knows the ice surface at Mellon Arena never will.
Caption: Here we see what happens when you take a Chris Bourque (sp.Falldownus Goboomius) away from its natural habitat (indigenous to Hershey, PA area) and place it in brighter lights.Add a comment
In a continuing summer series we take a look at what went wrong this season. Rather than do one giant post about the 2009-2010 season, we figured we would just break it down into pieces. One painful step at a time.
Congrats to Chicago. What a series. Such a strange ending. Cheapest goal you'll ever see. Not big fans of Patrick Kane, but he smoked Kimmo Timonen.
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