What makes a great organization? Or, in hockey-speak, what makes a great organ-i-zation? Capable management? Consistency? A good employee cafeteria? All important, but mostly, you can track excellence by answering a simple question: Do people stay, or do they go?
Billy Guerin retired more than a year ago, he doesn't even live in Pittsburgh, but he's sticking with the Penguins in the newly created position of "Guy Involved With Player Development." That announcement comes on the heels of assistant coaches Tony Granato, Gilles Meloche, and Todd Reirden, in addition to practically everybody else down to the assistant coach at Wilkes-Barre, all re-upping with the team.
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