Outside of Wayne Gretzky
, Mario Lemieux is the most dominant player in the history of the NHL. Synomous with his career-long team the Pittsburgh Penguins, which he now co-owns, only injuries and cancer have been able to stall Super Mario's stellar hockey play.
Report: Mario Lemieux may order Penguins coach Dan Bylsma?s dismissal
Several individuals within the industry have told Slap Shots Penguins chairman Mario Lemieux, distressed by his team?s fourth straight failure to get out of the Eastern Conference after consecutive trips to the Finals in 2008 and 2009, the latter culminating with a Stanley Cup victory, may instruct [general manager Ray] Shero to dismiss the coach.Report: Lemieux may have Pens coach fired
Pittsburgh Penguins chairman Mario Lemieux may instruct team general manager Ray Shero to fire coach Dan Bylsma after the Penguins were swept by the Boston Bruins in the Eastern Conference finals, the New York Post reported.Report: Lemieux may order coach Bylsma fired
Several individuals within the industry have told Slap Shots Penguins chairman Mario Lemieux, distressed by his team?s fourth straight failure to get out of the Eastern Conference after consecutive trips to the Finals in 2008 and 2009, the latter culminating with a Stanley Cup victory, may instruct [general manager Ray] Shero to dismiss the coach.Report: Mario Lemieux may want Bylsma out
Let the drama begin.Report suggests Bylsma may be on his way out
According to Larry Brooks of the New York Post , Pittsburgh Penguins owner Mario Lemieux may opt to part ways with coach Dan Bylsma. Brooks indicates that Lemieux might tell Ray Shero, the team's general manager, to fire Bylsma. The report comes just days after the favored Pens were swept by the Boston Bruins in the Eastern Conference Finals. The fallout of that upset, Brooks wrote, could be ...Bylsma on hot seat?
Bylsma on hot seat?After Another Early Summer, Everyone's On The Hot Seat In Pittsburgh
The Bruins have been salting the earth behind them in these playoffs, traumatizing Toronto and spurring New York to fire John Tortorella. Might they add to their coachkilling spree with Dan Bylsma's head? One report has owner Mario Lemieux already reaching for the ax. The Penguins were the on-paper Stanley Cup favorites in the beginning, middle, and even the end of the regular season. Loading up ...5 THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT THE PENGUINS
Even with Mario Lemieux in his prime, the fuel that used to fire up Bruins-Penguins games was based on Boston fans' love for Cam Neely and their distain for Ulf Samuelsson.A Pirates Player Came To Work Today Dressed Like Mario Lemieux
For their upcoming road trip to Milwaukee and Detroit, the Pirates intend to show their support for the Penguins' playoff run by wearing Pens sweaters when they travel. But utility infielder Brandon Inge went further. Inge arrived for this afternoon's game against the Cubs not only in a Mario Lemieux sweater, but in a helmet, pads, gloves, and roller blades. He even goofed off by pretending to ...Brandon Inge dresses like a hockey player to show support for the Pittsburgh Penguins
Brandon Inge arrived in the Pittsburgh Pirates clubhouse on Thursday on roller blades, wearing a Mario Lemieux jersey, a hockey helmet and big, thick pads on his legs. No, he didn't wake up with sports amnesia and think he was ? Continue reading ?
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While Mario's nicknames include "Le Magnifique", "The Magnificent One" and "Super Mario" his surname literally means "the best" in French.
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