Behind the scenes: Following the big Penguins trade
It's always fun getting to know or see something that most normally can't.
Every practice, every game, every trade and every injury-you see the press conferences at the podium, quotes from the players and analysis from the reporters.
The Penguins have been busy as the NHL trade deadline was quickly approaching. Our TribLIVE cameras followed Penguins beat reporter Rob Rossi on another day at the office, or arena, while covering the big trade that brought Jarome Iginla to Pittsburgh.
See the behind the scenes of covering the team, plus some fun interactions with players such as Evgeni Malkin and James Neal.
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