Daily Roundup: May 17, 2014

  • Penguins fire GM Ray Shero
    The Pittsburgh Penguins have fired general manager Ray Shero while the status of coach Dan Bylsma will be evaluated.
  • Pittsburgh Penguins fire general manager Ray Shero after second-round exit
    PITTSBURGH, Pa. – The Pittsburgh Penguins have fired general manager Ray Shero while the status of coach Dan Bylsma will be evaluated. 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.
  • Pittsburgh Penguins fire GM Ray Shero, keep coach Dan Bylsma for now
    Well, this was unexpected. When the Pittsburgh Penguins revealed they had a major announcement to make at 11:30 this morning, it was immediately assumed that coach Dan Bylsma had been given his walking papers.
  • Pittsburgh Penguins fire general manager Ray Shero
    PITTSBURGH, Pa. – The Pittsburgh Penguins are making a major change after another disappointing playoff performance.
  • NewsAlert: Pittsburgh Penguins fire general manager Ray Shero
    PITTSBURGH, Pa. – The Pittsburgh Penguins have fired general manager Ray Shero while the status of coach Dan Bylsma will be evaluated. 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.
  • Pittsburgh Penguins fire GM Ray Shero
    The Pittsburgh Penguins have fired general manager Ray Shero after an early second round exit in the NHL playoffs.
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    Pittsburgh Penguins' Chris Kunitz (14), Sidney Crosby (87), and James Neal (18) sit on the bench in front of coach Dan Bylsma, left rear, and assistant coach Jacques Martinin during the third period of Game 7 of a second-round NHL playoff hockey series against the New York Rangers in Pittsburgh on Tuesday, May 13, 2014. The Rangers won 2-1 and advanced to the conference finals.
  • Pittsburgh Penguins fire head coach Dan Bylsma, GM Ray Shero
    The Pittsburgh Penguins' coach and general manager, for better or worse, were professionally joined at the hip. In 2009, that was for the better. On Friday, it was for the worse.
  • Pittsburgh Penguins fire coach Dan Bylsma, GM Ray Shero: report
    Ever since the Pittsburgh Penguins won the Stanley Cup in 2009, the expected dynasty did not materialize. After another loss to a lesser-ranked team in the NHL Playoffs, it appears the team is ready to break out the giant broom […]

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