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Where are they now? |

Where are they now?

| Sunday, March 12, 2006 12:00 a.m

Catching up with members of the 1991-92 Stanley Cup champion Penguins:

Player……..Where they are today

Mario Lemieux …..Penguins owner

Kevin Stevens …..Penguins scout

Joe Mullen …..Head coach of AHL Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins

Larry Murphy …..Owns horse farm near Detroit, does color on Red Wings games

Mark Recchi …..Right winger for Penguins

Jaromir Jagr …..Right winger for New York Rangers

Paul Coffey …..Owns Paul Coffey Toyota in Bolton, Ontario

Rick Tocchet …..Assistant coach for Phoenix Coyotes; Under investigation for alleged involement in gambling ring

Ron Francis …..Retired one year, living near Raleigh, N.C.

Bob Errey …..Color commentator on Penguins’ telecasts

Bryan Trottier …..Involved in hockey sales, speaking, clinics

Phil Bourque …..Color commentator on Penguins’ radio broadcasts

Troy Loney …..Working in sales, involved in Western Pennsylvania youth hockey

Gordie Roberts …..Scout for Montreal Canadiens

Kjell Samuelsson …..Assistant coach for AHL Philadelphia Phantoms

Jiri Hrdina …..European scout

Ulf Samuelsson …..Assistant coach with AHL Hartford Wolfpack

Paul Stanton …..Playing professional hockey in Europe

Grant Jennings …..Inspects aircraft for cargo company in Alaska

Jim Paek …..Assistant coach with AHL Grand Rapids Griffins

Peter Taglianetti …..Head coach of Washington & Jefferson hockey team

Shawn McEachern …..Playing with AHL Providence Bruins

Tom Barrasso …..Lives on Cape Cod, has aspirations of playing pro golf

Ken Wregget …..In insurance business; runs goalie camp; involved in western Pa. youth hockey

Frank Pietrangelo …..Player agent in Niagara Falls

is a former freelancer.

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