Advertisement
Advertisement

Keeping up With Mark Recchi

Advertisement

When the Boston Bruins won the Stanley Cup in 2011, the feeling was indescribable.

Many players and coaches alike had achieved their childhood dreams, and for one specific player, Bruins veteran Mark Recchi, that feeling was one of satisfaction. The last time Recchi was seen in Boston was in June, with the Stanley Cup in his arms.

img_2576
Photo Credit: nhl.com

This summer, similar to that one in 2011, was a pretty good one. In a little under three weeks, the now 49-year-old Recchi (yes, he was 43 when he won the cup) had become the Pittsburgh Penguins director of player development, named to the Hockey Hall of Fame, and then added the role of assistant coach of the Pittsburg Penguins to his resume. Also – all of this started around six days after the Penguins won their second Stanley Cup in two years.

Recchi is also married with six children.

Advertisement

Check us out on our socials:   
Twitter: @PTSTNews and @TalkPrimeTime
Facebook Page: Prime Time Sports Talk
Join our Facebook Group: Prime Time Sports Talk 
Instagram: @primetimesportstalk

Advertisement

Share this:

Miro Heiskanen - NHL 2023-24 Season
NHL

5 Hot Takes for the 2023-2024 NHL Season

With the excitement of the NHL offseason officially in the rearview mirror, it’s time to spew out some flagrant takes that will make people look like geniuses or total nitwits once the season plays out.

Read More

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Advertisement
Browse by Category:
Advertisement
Advertisement

Visit ChiefsBlitz.com for
hard-hitting KC Chiefs coverage.

Advertisement