Ron Burkle & Pittsburgh Penguins

Ronald Wayne Burkle (born November 12, 1952) is an American business magnate. The Pittsburgh Penguins are a professional ice hockey team based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. 5.0/5

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Pittsburgh Penguins owners Ron Burkle and Mario Lemieux are looking for a record $750 million (USD) for the team.
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By Gene Collier / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Penguins co-owners Mario Lemieux and Ron Burkle both told the Post-Gazette today that head coach Dan Bylsma “absolutely,” could keep his job in the wake of Friday’s firing of general manager Ray Shero. “That’s why we didn’t fire him,” Lemieux said. “He’s a good coach. You look at his record in the regular season, in the playoffs. If he was fired today, there’d be a lot of teams lined up for him. “He’s done a lot of good things for the organization and he’s been a great asset. A new GM will come in, evaluate the hockey operation, and we’ll go from there.” Morehouse announces firing of Penguins GM Ray Shero David Morehouse, on behalf of the Pittsburgh Penguins ownership, announces the firing of General Manager Ray Shero. Coach Dan Bylsma's fate rests with the new general manager. (Video By Doug Oster; 5/16/2014) READ MORE: Penguins fire Shero, new GM to decide on Bylsma Asked if a candidate to replace Shero could be eliminated from the ...
Penguins' apology MONDAY, 07 JANUARY 2013 13:04 WRITTEN BY DAVE MOLINARI The Penguins posted this statement from co-owners Mario Lemieux and Ron Burkle and CEO David Morehouse on their website today: To our Penguins Fans and Community: We offer our apology. There is nothing we can say to explain or excuse what has happened over the past four months. However, now that the NHL is back, we want to assure you that the Pittsburgh Penguins will do everything we can to regain your trust and show how much we value your amazing support. The sounds of skates churning across the ice and pucks banging against the glass are returning to CONSOL Energy Center. That means a healthy Sidney Crosby is about to rejoin NHL MVP Evgeni Malkin, first-team All-Star James Neal, Marc-Andre Fleury, Kris Letang, Brooks Orpik and others as we begin our quest to bring the Stanley Cup back to Pittsburgh. We want to thank you for your patience and your loyalty to the Penguins. We hope to repay it many times over. Our commitment to winnin ...
Ron Burkle, Co-Owner, Pittsburgh Penguins "The idea to put players and owners together in the same room was a refreshing idea. Commissioner Bettman should be thanked for proposing it and the Fehrs should be thanked for agreeing to it. The players came with a strong desire to get back to playing hockey. They were professional and did a good job of expressing their concerns and listening to ours. We wanted to move quickly and decisively. We have all spent too much time without any real progress at the expense of our fans, our sponsors and the communities we serve. It was time to make bold moves and get a deal. Many people think we got over our skis and they are probably right, but we wanted to do everything we could to get back to hockey now. We didn't hold back. We made substantial movement on our end quickly, but unfortunately that was not met with the same level of movement from the other side. The players asked us to be patient and keep working with them. |t's not what they do and they wanted us to know ...
So, shortly after mediation took a dump on the CBA meetings last week, a light bulb formed over Gary Bettman's head (or maybe that was just the shine from his baldness?) "Say, if the Players don't trust me, and my people don't trust Donald Fehr or his muppet brother, then perhaps it'd be in the best interest of hockey if we chained ourselves to a parking meter outside the next labor meeting?" Alright, well...that's not exactly what our Commissioner said, I'm just taking a shot in the dark. He actually proposed that a handful of skaters and Club owners get together without the presence of some faces who've soured the progressions over the last five months. Tomorrow (Tuesday) there will be a Players & Owners ONLY meeting (I'm picturing the Little Rascals' clubhouse with the "No Girls Allowed" sign) that will include Ron Burkle of the Pittsburgh Penguins, Jeremy Jacobs of the Boston Bruins, Mark Chipman of the the Winnipeg Jets, Larry Tanenbaum of the Toronto Maple Leafs, Murray Edwards of the Calgary Flames ...
PENGUINS LOCKING UP CROSBY WITH 12-YEAR, $104.4 MILLION DEAL The Pittsburgh Penguins announced Thursday that captain Sidney Crosby will sign a 12-year, $104.4 million contract extension on Sunday that begins after next season. Under the Collective Bargaining Agreement, the new deal cannot be signed until July 1. "This is a great day for hockey and tremendous news for the Pittsburgh Penguins and our fans," co-owners Mario Lemieux and Ron Burkle said in a joint statement. "We are grateful for all that Sidney Crosby has done for our franchise since coming to Pittsburgh in 2005, both on and off the ice, and we look forward to having him in a Penguins uniform for the rest of his career. He is an excellent player and an even better person, and he is a great ambassador for the Penguins and for Pittsburgh." Crosby, 24, is entering the final season of a five-year, $43.5 million US contract extension signed in 2007. For each of the first four seasons of the last extension, Crosby was paid $9 million, and $7.5 milli ...
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