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The Pittsburgh Penguins Radio Network is a radio network operated by the Pittsburgh Penguins of the National Hockey League that provides broadcasts for all the team's games. Mike Lange is the play-by-play announcer, while former Penguin Phil Bourque is the color commentator. Bob Grove hosts pre- and post-game shows, as well as intermission breaks. The flagship station since 2006 is WXDX-FM in Pittsburgh.
Mike Lange began doing team radio broadcasts in 1974, and after not working for the team during the 1975–76 year, rejoined the network for the 1976–77 season. He provided play-by-play for radio as well as television when the team began simulcast broadcasts. When the two broadcasts separated in the mid-1990s, Lange worked exclusively on television for FSN Pittsburgh. In 2006, FSN did not renew Lange's contract, and he rejoined the radio network.
Paul Steigerwald worked with the team network from 1980 to 1999. He began with the team in 1980 performing interviews during intermissions. In 1984 he joined Lange as color analyst. When Lange moved to the television broadcast, Steigerwald became the play-by-play announcer. In 2006, Steigerwald replaced Lange at FSN, while Lange replaced Steigerwald on the radio network. Former Penguins Bob Errey served as color commentator following his retirement from playing in 1999. In 2003 when television broadcaster and former player Ed Olczyk became the team's head coach, Errey moved to television. Another former Penguin, Phil Bourque replaced Errey.
In October 2009 the team launched "Pittsburgh Penguins Radio" with WXDX-FM at 105.9 HD2. The station was the first exclusive HD station offered by an NHL team, and only the second among major league teams of any sport (the now-defunct "All Rams Radio" on KLOU-HD2 being the first). During the first season, content included "Penguins Live" with Steve Mears, a former New York Islanders play-by-play announcer, and Tom Grimm, a former WXDX host; a two-hour sumulcast of XM Radio's "NHL Live"; and a one-hour show with WXDX host Mark Madden. The six hours of content was looped continuously, and the station also broadcasts all games. In addition to being available via an HD receiver, the station is also available at the Penguins website.
|Call sign||Radio frequency||Station identification||Market||State|
|WXDX||105.9 FM||The X||Pittsburgh||Pennsylvania|
|WBGG||970 AM||Fox Sports Radio 970||Pittsburgh||Pennsylvania|
|WXDX-HD2||105.9 FM HD2||Pittsburgh Penguins Radio||Pittsburgh||Pennsylvania|
|WBVP||1230 AM||Beaver County's Hometown Station||Beaver Falls||Pennsylvania|
|WMBA||1460 AM||Beaver County's Hometown Station||Ambridge||Pennsylvania|
|WMBS||590 AM||Your Local Station, 590 AM||Uniontown||Pennsylvania|
|WKGE||850 AM||The Edge||Johnstown||Pennsylvania|
|WWGE||1400 AM||The Edge||Loretto||Pennsylvania|
|WKNB||104.3 FM||Kinzu Country||Warren||Pennsylvania|
|WNAE||102.7 FM||Kinzu Country||Warren||Pennsylvania|
|WISR||680 AM||Butler's Hometown Station||Butler||Pennsylvania|
|WDSN||106.5 FM||Sunny 106.5||Dubois||Pennsylvania|
|WQMU||92.5 FM||U 92.5, your music, your station||Indiana||Pennsylvania|
|WKQL||103.3 FM||Classic Hits||Punxsutawney||Pennsylvania|
|WKQW||1120 AM||Wildcatter Country||Venango||Pennsylvania|
|WWCH||1300 AM||Your hometown station||Clarion||Pennsylvania|
|WJST||1280 AM||Fox Sports Radio||New Castle||Pennsylvania|
|WMGW||1490 AM||The Allegheny NewsTalkSports Network||Meadville||Pennsylvania|
|WOYL||1340 AM||The Allegheny NewsTalkSports Network||Oil City||Pennsylvania|
|WTIV||1230 AM||The Allegheny NewsTalkSports Network||Titusville||Pennsylvania|
|WFRA||1450 AM||The Allegheny NewsTalkSports Network||Franklin||Pennsylvania|
|WQWK||1450 AM||ESPN Radio 1450||State College||Pennsylvania|
|WLSW||103.9 FM||Music Power 104||Connellsville||Pennsylvania|
|WFBG||1290 AM||Big News, Big Talk||Altoona||Pennsylvania|
|WPIC||790 AM||News Talk 790||Sharon||Pennsylvania|
|WTBO||1450 AM||Fox Sports Radio 1450||Cumberland||Maryland|
|WFRB||560 AM||Talk Radio 560||Frostburg||Maryland|
|WMSG||1050 AM||Where the Pens Sound Great||Oakland||Maryland|
|WOHI||1490 AM||AM 1490 The Pickle||East Liverpool, Ohio||Ohio|
|WSTV||1340 AM||ESPN Radio AM 1340||Steubenville||Ohio|
|WOMP||1290 AM||ESPN Radio AM 1290||Wheeling||West Virginia|
|WOBG||105.7 FM||Big Rock||Clarksburg||West Virginia|
|WVNT||1230 AM||Valley's News Talk Station||Parkersburg||West Virginia|
|WMMN||920 AM||Fox Sports Radio||Fairmont||West Virginia|
- ↑ Media Affiliates. Pittsburgh Penguins. Retrieved on 21 December 2009.
- ↑ Anderson, Shelly (27 July 2007). Lange signs 1-year Penguins radio deal. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Retrieved on 21 December 2009.
- ↑ Smizik, Bob (30 June 2009). Cow-kicked: FSN fires Lange as Penguins' TV voice. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Retrieved on 24 Decemnber 2009.
- ↑ Bob Errey. Legends of Hockey. Retrieved on 24 December 2009.
- ↑ Gretz, Adam (7 July 2009). FanHouse Chats With 2-Time Stanley Cup Champion Phil Bourque. NHL Fanhouse. Retrieved on 21 December 2009.
- ↑ 6.0 6.1 Mickle, Tripp (2 October 2009). WXDX-FM launches Pittsburgh Penguins HD radio channel. Pittsburgh Business Times. Retrieved on 24 December 2009.
- ↑ Pittsburgh Penguins to Launch HD Radio Channel Oct. 1. Pittsburgh Penguins (11 September 2009). Retrieved on 24 December 2009.
|Team||Franchise • Players • Coaches • GMs • Seasons • Records • Draft picks • Mellon Arena• New Pittsburgh Arena|
|Coaches||Sullivan • Kelly • Schinkel • Boileau • Wilson • Johnston • Angotti • Berry • Creamer • Ubriaco • Patrick • Johnson • Bowman • Constantine • Brooks • Hlinka • Kehoe • Olczyk • Therrien|
|Seasons||1967-68 • 1968-69 • 1969-70 • 1970-71 • 1971-72 • 1972-73 • 1973-74 • 1974-75 • 1975-76 • 1976-77 • 1977-78 • 1978-79 • 1979-80 • 1980-81 • 1981-82 • 1982-83 • 1983-84 • 1984-85 • 1985-86 • 1986-87 • 1987-88 • 1988-89 • 1989-90 • 1990-91 • 1991-92 • 1992-93 • 1993-94 • 1994-95 • 1995-96 • 1996-97 • 1997-98 • 1998-99 • 1999-00 • 2000-01 • 2001-02 • 2002-03 • 2003-04 • 2004-05 • 2005-06 • 2006-07 • 2007-08|
|Affiliates||Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins (AHL), Wheeling Nailers (ECHL)|
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