Daily Roundup: June 24, 2014

  • Penguins fire Bylsma
    PITTSBURGH – Jim Rutherford doesn't believe the Pittsburgh Penguins need to undergo a massive overhaul to regain their spot among the NHL's elite.
  • Crosby: Offseason in flux new for Penguins
    Sidney Crosby and the Pittsburgh Penguins find themselves in a "new situation" after changes in the front office and behind the bench have shaken up a normally stable, powerhouse franchise.
  • Penguins expect Matt Niskanen and Jussi Jokinen are gone
    The Pittsburgh Penguins received outstanding seasons from defenseman Matt Niskanen and forward Jussi Jokinen that carried into the postseason: Niskanen had nine points in 13 games, while Jokinen led the Penguins with seven goals.
  • Detroit native Jason Karmanos hired for Penguins' front-office job
    Detroit native Jason Karmanos has been named vice president of hockey operations for the Pittsburgh Penguins. He will assist executive vice president and general manager Jim Rutherford.

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