Scott Leib from Preservation Pittsburgh joins us to discuss the future of the Igloo. The interview is somewhat long, but it's filled with information.
Tony, formerly of the Confluence, joins Adam, Derek and Rick as well.
We also talk about Sidney Crosby's upcoming public statement that will certainly change everyone in the world forever.
Plus, some of the least professional and most disorganized hosting of all time!
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It appears that he might have hit a rut or something as he was biking in Avalon," said Peter A. Luukko, president and chief operating officer of Comcast-Spectacor. "I know Paul, he’s pretty fast on that bike so he probably went over pretty hard. The good news is that it’s certainly nothing life-threatening and we;ll have him back. “He has some broken ribs, broken shoulder and some stitches on his leg and arm, but Paul’s tough so he’ll be right back in the game.
Yeah, Paul is fine. He'll be back in his office making terrible decisions soon.
He will also apparently be cast in "No Country For Old Men II."
What an idiot.
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The final calendar month without hockey this offseason has faded in the rear view mirror. College and high school football have begun. The NFL’s regular season starts in 48 hours. The first-round series loss to Tampa seems like a million years ago for some reason. Thankfully, the NHL Network is no longer rubbing salt in that wound and has at least progressed to replaying the conference finals games all day.
At some point this week, players will begin filtering in to Pittsburgh for the eventual start of training camp the following weekend.
(Late edit: Aaaaaaaand, just like that, breaking news. Sidney Crosby is going to meet with the media tomorrow at 12:30 at Consol Energy Center. Look who’s probably already in town and whose brain handled the flight into Pittsburgh just fine. WHAT DOES IT MEAN?! MAYBE HE’S COMING BACK!! MAYBE HE’S RETIRING! ZOMG!)
We’re excited for camp if for no other reason than the fact that this offseason can’t come to a close quickly enough.Add a comment