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The Ottawa Senators announced Monday morning that the club has appointed Pierre McGuire as senior vice president of player development. He will work closely with Senators general manager Pierre Dorion and team owner Eugene Melnyk.
Just in time for the holidays. You can now purchase a personalized video message from Pierre McGuire for a mere $60.
Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images Financial woes continue for NHL teams, with no near-term relief in sight. Last week reports began to surface that several teams were late in paying player bonuses, with The Athletic’s Katie Strang specifically reporting that … Continue reading
NHL analyst Pierre McGuire was on 93-7 the Fan in Pittsburgh Monday afternoon to discuss the latest from the NHL. The segment included discussion of the affect of the current pause in play on next season’s salary cap. McGuire dropped a … Continue reading
Per USA Today, Mike Milbury will step into Eddie Olczyk’s role as co-commentator right next to Doc Emerick starting this season. The first game Milbury will be behind the mic will be on opening night when the Pittsburgh Penguins raise … Continue reading
Perception is reality. There are two sides to every story. The list of trite clichés that can be used, rather adeptly, to describe Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Finals is as endless as it is boring. Suffice it to … Continue reading
What’s the Fouss? There Have Been Plenty of Shocking Moments 1 Week In to the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs
There has been a lot that has happened in the first week of the 2017 NHL Playoffs Continue reading
The NHL needs to promote its individual stars more, and needs to change its marketing approach to fans. Continue reading
NHL games on NBC and NBCSN are common occurrences throughout the 82-game season and while there are a number of different broadcasting teams, none may be more recognizable than that of Mike “Doc” Emrick, Eddie Olczyk, and Pierre McGuire.