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The Daily: Former Red Wings Forward Errey Dropped From Penguins Broadcasts; Chelios Scores In KHL

Errey was with Detroit’s 1995 Stanley Cup finalist club



Bob Errey, former Red Wings
Former Red Wings forward Bob Errey (r) is no longer an analyst for Pittsburgh Penguins broadcasts.

Left-winger Bob Errey, a two-time Stanley Cup winner who also played in the Cup final series with the Detroit Red Wings, was let go from the Pittsburgh Penguins broadcasts in a surprise move on Friday. Dave Molinari of Pittsburgh Hockey Now broke the news, which has yet to be formally announced.

Fenway Sports Group, which owns the Penguins, is taking ownership of AT&T Sportsnet Pittsburgh, which carries the club’s broadcasts. That move goes into implementation on Oct. 2. The station will be given the new name SportsNet Pittsburgh.

Errey played for the Red Wings from 1995-97. He was part of Detroit’s 1995 Stanley Cup finalist squad. Prior to that, he was a back-to-back Cup winner with the Penguins in 1990-91 and 1991-92.

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