BILL GUERIN RUMORS & GOSSIP
Bill Guerin was born and raised in the Bay State so he knows that a good backyard rink can work wonders during a long, cold winter.
Guerin, who was born in Worcester, Mass., and raised in Western Massachusetts, now works in the Pittsburgh Penguins’ player development department. Currently residing in Sewickley, Pa., Guerin reportedly dropped $500,000 to build an outdoor rink in...
Bill Guerin is still one of our favorite Penguins. So glad that he decided to stick with the Pens organization when he retired. With that came moving his family to Pittsburgh. He has unlimited kids, so they needed a $500,000 backyard rink:
This story comes courtesy of TMZ Sports.
The story says his house is in Sewickley, which is 66 territory the last time we checked...
Doug Weight recalls his father putting him on skates at the age of 2 because he could barely walk due to a childhood condition that relegated him to wearing braces on his legs.
Four decades later, Weight was inducted into the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame.
The two-time Stanley Cup champion, three-time Olympian and four-time NHL All-Star was inducted Monday night at the Motor City Casino...
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December 02, 2013
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Thursday afternoon it was announced that Bill Guerin, who spent seven seasons with the New Jersey Devils, has been elected into the 2013 U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame class.
Here are some notes on that was well as some other Devils topics:
- First and foremost, I want to congratulate Guerin on the honor. He had a remarkable NHL career...
The Pittsburgh Penguins entered 2009 with some issues in their
organization. The 2008 Eastern Conference Champions never really approached
conference dominance that next season. Saturday, February 14 of ‘09 typified
their short comings of the season. The Pens went up 2-0 in Toronto and looked like they were going to
win with relative ease. Instead, they folded...
Doug Weight, Bill Guerin, Peter Karmanos, Ron Mason and Cindy Curley are headed for the United States Hockey Hall of Fame.
USA Hockey made the announcement Thursday.
Guerin was a two-time Stanley Cup champion and four-time NHL All-Star during his career. He and Weight helped the U.S. win silver at the 2002 Olympics. Weight won a Stanley Cup and was a four-time NHL All-Star.
Before becoming Penguins player development coach Bill Guerin played a little bit of hockey. And he played it very well. For that USA Hockey has named him to their very own Hall of Fame.
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Bill Guerin was around during the '94-'95 lockout-shortened season. He said he plans to tell the players not to get too caught up in it. Obviously much more at this link.
It's great to watch Pens YouTubes without crying afterward.
Bill Guerin knows what's at stake for NBA players right now, and for any of the league's players who are ready to dig in and accept a lost season because of the lockout, Guerin has 9 million reasons as to why that's a bad idea. Guerin recently spoke with the Dallas Star-Telegram (via ProBasketballTalk) about what he learned from the NHL lockout that cost the league to...
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From Mac Engel at the Toronto Star:
“I learned a big lesson: It’s not a partnership. It’s their league, and you are going to play when they want,” he said.
Today, Guerin has hindsight and his experience serves as a giant caution to any player who thinks losing a game, much less an entire season, to this lockout is a good idea. His message is simple: Get what you can; start...