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Mike Lange Relieved Of His Duties In Pittsburgh

from TSN,
Mike Lange, longtime voice of the Pittsburgh Penguins, has been let go after 30 years of working as the team's play-by-play announcer. He will be replaced by radio play-by-play man Paul Steigerwald. Lange was worked for the Penguins hockey radio and television network since 1975. In 2001, he received the Foster Hewitt Memorial Award for his outstanding work as a broadcaster.
image added 6:32pm, from Pittsburgh Live,
Fox Sports Net Pittsburgh has decided not to renew the contract of legendary Penguins television play-by-play man Mike Lange. Lange, who recently completed his 30th season on the air with the Penguins, will be replaced by radio play-by-play man Paul Steigerwald. Lange was offered the radio job by Penguins president Ken Sawyer this morning, according to Penguins spokesman Tom McMillan, and he is taking some time before making his decision.

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