Max has developed into one of the key players in our organizationPenguins' Max Talbot signs new contract Dec 19, 2008
I think we made him a very fair contract offerMarian Hossa to become free agent Jun 22, 2008
While we know he is disappointed that he will miss the start of the seasonPenguins' Staal to miss season opener Sep 16, 2010
Dan has very quickly established himself as one of the best coaches in the National Hockey LeaguePenguins' Bylsma gets contract extension Mar 09, 2011
Billy has only been retired as a player for one year, so he brings a new and very contemporary perspective to the positionGuerin joins Penguins coaching staff Jun 08, 2011
Rejean "Ray" Shero (born July 28, 1962 in Saint Paul, Minnesota) is the current general manager of the Pittsburgh Penguins. He was hired on May 25, 2006, replacing Craig Patrick. He is the son of former Philadelphia Flyers and New York Rangers coach Fred Shero.
Shero played his college hockey for the St. Lawrence University Skating Saints, captaining the team from 1983–85. He was drafted by the Los Angeles Kings in 1982, but never played in the NHL.
Before joining the Penguins in 2006, Shero was an assistant GM first for the Ottawa Senators from 1993–98 and then for the Nashville Predators from their entrance into the league in 1998 until 2006.