Just days after announcing the first on-air personalities that will be featured during Penguins games on SportsNet Pittsburgh, the rebranded network owned by the organization has announced its color analyst team.
Four former Penguin players, Colby Armstrong, Phil Bourque, Jay Caufield and Mike Rupp have all been hired.
Bourque and Rupp will be in-game analysts, Caufield will be a studio analyst, joining Dan Potash and Armstrong will do both.
Armstrong joined AT&T SportsNet in 2016.
Two-time Stanley Cup champion Bourque has been the radio color commentator for the Penguins the past 19 years, but has also done work with AT&T SportsNet in the past
Caufield has been a part of Penguins television broadcasts since 2005 and will continue his in-studio work. Caufield as been The Fan's Penguins analyst for years.
Rupp has been with the Penguins on AT&T SportsNet since 2017.
SportsNet Pittsburgh says more details about additions to the television roster will be announced later.
Former Penguins player Bob Errey is not returning.
The first official game on the rebranded SportsNet Pittsburgh is a preseason game against the Ottawa Senators on October 2 in Nova Scotia.
The rebranded network is operated by the New England Sports Network or NESN.
Both the Penguins and NESN are owned by the Fenway Sports Group.