Happy Easter and Passover! On behalf of everyone who has been feverishly working to add content to PittsburghHockeyNOW.com this week, thank you for reading, listening and coming back for more! The sky is the limit for this venture. Mike Vukovcan and Joe Steigerwald took PittsburghSportsNow.com to unimaginable heights and we all have every intention of turning the new properties, including this website and PiratesTalkNow.com to those heights, as well.
We’ll have daily content, podcasts, and even a TV show (maybe two)! Check back a few times per day.
Here are the links to articles and podcast you may have missed this week, from all of the “NOW” websites:
A great podcast— John Perrotto and I hit the topics we each love; baseball and hockey. John dropped BIG news about the consequences of the Pirates payroll. LISTEN HERE
Perrotto writes–The Pirates need sinking Glasnow to start swimming. READ MORE
Game 2 Analysis— Get the ins and outs of Game 2: Strategic analysis and a look at the players carrying the Penguins, including Marc-Andre Fleury. READ MORE You know, a lotta ins, a lotta outs, a lotta what-have-yous. And, uh, a lotta strands to keep in my head, man.
Harry Psaros talked with the new Pitt wrestling coach: READ MORE. Keith Gavin is Heather Lyke’s first high-profile hire at Pitt. Rightly or wrongly, his performance will reflect on her process. Psaros gets the best out of people.
Alan Saunders covered the Blue-Gold game, yesterday. Alan is a good reporter who doesn’t chest thump, so we’ll do it for him: Blue-Gold LIVE
Follow me on Twitter @budmoonshine and the website @pghhockeyNOW (For those of you who are just discovering me, I’ll tell you the story of the name, someday…). I’m covering Games 3 and 4 for 93-7 the Fan. I’ll have instant analysis and reaction via Twitter.
As radio schedule and programming permit, I’ll be offering postgame analysis and a few opinions, too. I’ll be on with Paul Zeise, Sunday evening, if you’re listening to the radio.