Who resigned with the Pittsburgh Penguins? PITTSBURGH — David Morehouse resigned as the CEO of the Pittsburgh Penguins Wednesday. Morehouse joined the NHL franchise in 2004 and was promoted to CEO in August 2010. The Penguins won two Stanley Cups during Morehouse’s tenure as CEO.
Why did Penguins GM quit? In a stunning move, Pittsburgh Penguins general manager Jim Rutherford resigned Wednesday, citing personal reasons. “It just got to a point that I decided my time was up here,” Rutherford told The Associated Press, stressing that the move had nothing to do with his health.
Who is the Penguins GM? Some of the Penguin’s stars might not return. The most arduous task for GM Ron Hextall is to navigate the murky contract situations of two of the best players in Penguins history, Evgeni Malkin and Kris Letang.
When did Jim Rutherford leave the Penguins? He then joined the Pittsburgh Penguins as general manager, having been named to that position on June 6, 2014, and resigning on January 27, 2021, citing “personal reasons”.