Penguins unveil more TV broadcast plans; former players to contribute

Penguins unveil more TV broadcast plans; former players to contribute

PITTSBURGH — Changes continued Monday for the Penguins’ 2023-24 broadcast plans under the transition from AT&T SportsNet to SportsNet Pittsburgh.
Beyond the decision in early September to remove Bob Errey from the TV booth and move former Penguins Radio Network play-by-play broadcaster Josh Getzoff into it, the network, which is now under Fenway Sports Group ownership, announced that Dan Potash, who served as a rink reporter since 2005, will assume the role of lead studio analyst this season. He will be replaced as a reporter by Hailey Hunter, whose past assignments included…


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