Sitting down with Penguins GM Ray Shero 

October, 16, 2009
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Each Friday, I'll be quizzing some of the league's top execs, coaches and players, and it makes sense to start with the Penguins' Stanley Cup-winning GM Ray Shero, the son of the legendary Cup-winning Flyers coach Fred Shero. This season, the Penguins have begun their Cup defense with a strong 6-1 start, and, while happy, the GM notes that his team has a long way to go yet.

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E.J. Hradek

Senior Writer, ESPN The Magazine
E.J. Hradek is a senior writer at ESPN The Magazine, joining the staff prior to its launch in 1998. He began covering hockey as a writer/editor for Hockey Illustrated in 1989.

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