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A Great Day for Hockey Talk

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A Great Day for Hockey Talk
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A Great Day for Hockey Talk

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A Great Day for Hockey Talk is a Pittsburgh Penguins podcast hosted by Paul Steigerwald with a new episode featuring a special guest debuting bi-weekly during the season.

Latest Episodes

Episode 14: Bob Berry

Bob Berry was Mario Lemieux‘s very first coach in the National Hockey League. He was hired on June 4, 1984, just five days before Mario was drafted first overall in Montreal. He made his mark as a player in the NHL with the Los Angeles Kings as a two-time All-Star in the early '70s. He coached the Kings for three years before being hired to coach the team he grew up following, the Montréal Canadiens, in 1981. After a 3- year stint with the Canadiens, Berry was hired to coach the Penguins by GM Eddie Johnston. In this episode of GDFHT, he talks about his time behind the Penguins bench from 1984 to 1987.

29 MIN3 h ago
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Episode 14: Bob Berry

Episode 13: John Buccigross

On this episode of A Great Day for Hockey talk Paul Steigerwald is joined by John Buccigross, the voice of college hockey on ESPN. He is funny, passionate,knowledgeable, opinionated , an excellent writer and an engaging public speaker. John grew up following the Penguins, listening to gamesand watching the local sports teams and sportscasters. At a young age, “Bucci “ told his friends he would someday be on ESPN , and he made it.John Buccigross is one of the finest hockey play by play announcers in the worldand hoping to call many NHL games in the years to come.In the meantime, he will continue to excel as the voice of college hockey on ESPN.

32 MIN2 w ago
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Episode 13: John Buccigross

Episode 12: Darius Kasparaitis

We figured Darius Kasparaitis would be an entertaining guest but little did we know! The funny and engaging former Penguins defenseman practically reached folk hero status during his six seasons in the black and gold uniform.

37 MINNOV 7
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Episode 12: Darius Kasparaitis

Episode 11: Mike "Doc" Emrick

What makes a Hall Of Fame Broadcaster? First and foremost, passion. Years of dedication and excellence. And a special voice quality that separates him from all the rest. In this episode of A Great Day for Hockey Talk, Paul Steigerwald sits down with Mike “Doc” Emrick, the voice of hockey in America.

31 MINOCT 26
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Episode 11: Mike "Doc" Emrick

Episode 10: Sergei Gonchar

Sergei Gonchar, the soft spoken Penguins assistant coach continues to make a significant impact on the organization. His professional relationship and friendship with fellow countryman Evgeni Malkin is still going strong. In this podcast, the former defenseman talks about the days when Geno lived in Gonchar’s home.

35 MINOCT 10
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Episode 10: Sergei Gonchar

Episode 9: The Glue Guys with Phil Bourque, Bob Errey, and Troy Loney

Bob Errey, Phil Bourque, and Troy Loney are legendary Penguins role players. They are Penguins through and through. They embody the entire history of the Penguins, having played in some of the darkest eras, and emerging as key contributors to the brightest moments in franchise history. Listen to this organic conversation between the three of them and get a glimpse of what they experienced on the way to the top of the mountain in 1991. They were indispensable pieces in a championship puzzle.

35 MINAPR 10
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Episode 9: The Glue Guys with Phil Bourque, Bob Errey, and Troy Loney

Episode 8: Memories, Milestones, and a Miracle with Mark Johnson

Mark Johnson is an American Sports Legend. His last name is synonymous with the Pittsburgh Penguins. Ten years before his father, Badger Bob Johnson, became coach of the Penguins, Mark joined the Penguins as a player. He came to Pittsburgh with a shiny gold medal after turning in an MVP performance for United States “Miracle On Ice“ Olympic Team at Lake Placid.

43 MINMAR 21
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Episode 8: Memories, Milestones, and a Miracle with Mark Johnson

Episode 7: Bench Boss, Broadcasting, and a Brave Battle with Eddie Olczyk

Eddie Olczyk joins Paul Steigerwald on this week's edition of A Great Day for Hockey Talk.

53 MINFEB 15
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Episode 7: Bench Boss, Broadcasting, and a Brave Battle with Eddie Olczyk

Episode 6: Remembering the remarkable '09 Stanley Cup Run with Rob Scuderi and Hal Gill

Hal "Skillsy" Gill, and Rob "The Piece" Scuderi, or bits and pieces as they referred to themselves, were a vital defensive tandem for the 2009 Stanley Cup Champions. Each of them talks about what it was like to be on the ice in those final dramatic seconds of Game 7 when the Penguins won the Stanley Cup on June 12th, 2009. Other highlights include: -Hal’s humorous recollection of his interactions with Sidney Crosby -Rob’s big save in game six of the Stanley Cup final -Hal talks about how Dan Bylsma gave him a chance to make an impact after Michel Therrien has made him healthy scratch -Both players talk about the thrill of winning and celebrating with fans of Pittsburgh -Hal talks about how his days as a high school quarterback shaped him as a confident leader on the ice -Rob reflects on his early days in Wilkes-Barre shaped him into the durable workhorse that he became at the NHL level -Hal and Rob discuss how they earned their respective nicknames -Hal recalls the Stanley Cup cel...

78 MIN2018 DEC 27
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Episode 6: Remembering the remarkable '09 Stanley Cup Run with Rob Scuderi and Hal Gill

Episode 5: Penguins' Past and Present with Pierre McGuire

Pierre McGuire joins Paul Steigerwald on this week's edition of A Great Day for Hockey Talk.Pierre reveals how he met Scotty Bowman how he was hired by the Penguins in 1990.He also discusses what it was like to work for the triumvirate of Craig Patrick , Bob Johnson and Bowman, and he details his role as a Penguins scout and how he transitioned into coaching in 1991-92.

61 MIN2018 NOV 20
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Episode 5: Penguins' Past and Present with Pierre McGuire

Latest Episodes

Episode 14: Bob Berry

Bob Berry was Mario Lemieux‘s very first coach in the National Hockey League. He was hired on June 4, 1984, just five days before Mario was drafted first overall in Montreal. He made his mark as a player in the NHL with the Los Angeles Kings as a two-time All-Star in the early '70s. He coached the Kings for three years before being hired to coach the team he grew up following, the Montréal Canadiens, in 1981. After a 3- year stint with the Canadiens, Berry was hired to coach the Penguins by GM Eddie Johnston. In this episode of GDFHT, he talks about his time behind the Penguins bench from 1984 to 1987.

29 MIN3 h ago
Comments
Episode 14: Bob Berry

Episode 13: John Buccigross

On this episode of A Great Day for Hockey talk Paul Steigerwald is joined by John Buccigross, the voice of college hockey on ESPN. He is funny, passionate,knowledgeable, opinionated , an excellent writer and an engaging public speaker. John grew up following the Penguins, listening to gamesand watching the local sports teams and sportscasters. At a young age, “Bucci “ told his friends he would someday be on ESPN , and he made it.John Buccigross is one of the finest hockey play by play announcers in the worldand hoping to call many NHL games in the years to come.In the meantime, he will continue to excel as the voice of college hockey on ESPN.

32 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Episode 13: John Buccigross

Episode 12: Darius Kasparaitis

We figured Darius Kasparaitis would be an entertaining guest but little did we know! The funny and engaging former Penguins defenseman practically reached folk hero status during his six seasons in the black and gold uniform.

37 MINNOV 7
Comments
Episode 12: Darius Kasparaitis

Episode 11: Mike "Doc" Emrick

What makes a Hall Of Fame Broadcaster? First and foremost, passion. Years of dedication and excellence. And a special voice quality that separates him from all the rest. In this episode of A Great Day for Hockey Talk, Paul Steigerwald sits down with Mike “Doc” Emrick, the voice of hockey in America.

31 MINOCT 26
Comments
Episode 11: Mike "Doc" Emrick

Episode 10: Sergei Gonchar

Sergei Gonchar, the soft spoken Penguins assistant coach continues to make a significant impact on the organization. His professional relationship and friendship with fellow countryman Evgeni Malkin is still going strong. In this podcast, the former defenseman talks about the days when Geno lived in Gonchar’s home.

35 MINOCT 10
Comments
Episode 10: Sergei Gonchar

Episode 9: The Glue Guys with Phil Bourque, Bob Errey, and Troy Loney

Bob Errey, Phil Bourque, and Troy Loney are legendary Penguins role players. They are Penguins through and through. They embody the entire history of the Penguins, having played in some of the darkest eras, and emerging as key contributors to the brightest moments in franchise history. Listen to this organic conversation between the three of them and get a glimpse of what they experienced on the way to the top of the mountain in 1991. They were indispensable pieces in a championship puzzle.

35 MINAPR 10
Comments
Episode 9: The Glue Guys with Phil Bourque, Bob Errey, and Troy Loney

Episode 8: Memories, Milestones, and a Miracle with Mark Johnson

Mark Johnson is an American Sports Legend. His last name is synonymous with the Pittsburgh Penguins. Ten years before his father, Badger Bob Johnson, became coach of the Penguins, Mark joined the Penguins as a player. He came to Pittsburgh with a shiny gold medal after turning in an MVP performance for United States “Miracle On Ice“ Olympic Team at Lake Placid.

43 MINMAR 21
Comments
Episode 8: Memories, Milestones, and a Miracle with Mark Johnson

Episode 7: Bench Boss, Broadcasting, and a Brave Battle with Eddie Olczyk

Eddie Olczyk joins Paul Steigerwald on this week's edition of A Great Day for Hockey Talk.

53 MINFEB 15
Comments
Episode 7: Bench Boss, Broadcasting, and a Brave Battle with Eddie Olczyk

Episode 6: Remembering the remarkable '09 Stanley Cup Run with Rob Scuderi and Hal Gill

Hal "Skillsy" Gill, and Rob "The Piece" Scuderi, or bits and pieces as they referred to themselves, were a vital defensive tandem for the 2009 Stanley Cup Champions. Each of them talks about what it was like to be on the ice in those final dramatic seconds of Game 7 when the Penguins won the Stanley Cup on June 12th, 2009. Other highlights include: -Hal’s humorous recollection of his interactions with Sidney Crosby -Rob’s big save in game six of the Stanley Cup final -Hal talks about how Dan Bylsma gave him a chance to make an impact after Michel Therrien has made him healthy scratch -Both players talk about the thrill of winning and celebrating with fans of Pittsburgh -Hal talks about how his days as a high school quarterback shaped him as a confident leader on the ice -Rob reflects on his early days in Wilkes-Barre shaped him into the durable workhorse that he became at the NHL level -Hal and Rob discuss how they earned their respective nicknames -Hal recalls the Stanley Cup cel...

78 MIN2018 DEC 27
Comments
Episode 6: Remembering the remarkable '09 Stanley Cup Run with Rob Scuderi and Hal Gill

Episode 5: Penguins' Past and Present with Pierre McGuire

Pierre McGuire joins Paul Steigerwald on this week's edition of A Great Day for Hockey Talk.Pierre reveals how he met Scotty Bowman how he was hired by the Penguins in 1990.He also discusses what it was like to work for the triumvirate of Craig Patrick , Bob Johnson and Bowman, and he details his role as a Penguins scout and how he transitioned into coaching in 1991-92.

61 MIN2018 NOV 20
Comments
Episode 5: Penguins' Past and Present with Pierre McGuire
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