The Pittsburgh Penguins Radio Network consists of a total of 34 stations in four states. Twenty three of these are in Pennsylvania, four in West Virginia, three in Ohio, and three in Maryland. The network also features an FM High-Definition station in Pittsburgh.
The announcers are:
- Mike Lange, play-by-play
- Phil Bourque, color commentator
- Bob Grove, pre & postgame host
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