1990-91 Penguins: Where are they now?
By Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
Sunday, May 22, 2011

Twenty-seven players had their names engraved on the Stanley Cup. Here's a look at what they're up to now:

Mario Lemieux

Now: Co-owner and chairman of the Penguins

Paul Coffey

Now: Owns two car dealerships in Bolton, Ontario

Randy Hillier

Now: Investment adviser representative at Commonwealth Advisory Group in Pittsburgh

Bob Errey

Now: Provides color commentary on Penguins TV broadcasts

Tom Barrasso

Now: Carolina Hurricanes assistant coach

Phil Bourque

Now: Provides color commentary on Penguins radio broadcasts

Jay Caufield

Now: Provides postgame analysis on Penguins TV broadcasts

Ron Francis

Now: Carolina Hurricanes director of player personnel

Randy Gilhen

Now: Distributor of medical devices in Manitoba

Jiri Hrdina

Now: European amateur scout for Dallas Stars

Jaromir Jagr

Now: Free-agent right wing (last played for Avangard Omsk of the KHL)

Grant Jennings

Now: Aircraft mechanic for Northern Air Maintenance Services on North Slope of Alaska

Troy Loney

Now: Head of sales for Catalyst Rx, a pharmacy benefit management company

Joe Mullen

Now: Philadelphia Flyers assistant coach

Larry Murphy

Now: Provides commentary on Detroit Red Wings and NHL Network TV broadcasts

Jim Paek

Now: Assistant coach for Grand Rapids Griffins (AHL)

Frank Pietrangelo

Now: General manager/coach for prep team at Hill Academy in Vaughan, Ontario

Barry Pederson

Now: Institutional equity broker for Morgan Keegan; Boston Bruins studio analyst for NESN

Mark Recchi

Now: Boston Bruins right wing

Gordie Roberts

Now: Looking to resume hockey scouting career

Ulf Samuelsson

Now: Modo (Sweden) head coach

Paul Stanton

Now: Builds custom homes in Naples, Fla.

Kevin Stevens

Now: Penguins professional scout, based in Boston

Peter Taglianetti

Now: Works for P.J. Dick, Trumbull and Lindy Paving

Bryan Trottier

Now: Taking time off from hockey to spend time with family

Scott Young

Now: Hockey coach at St. Mark's School in Southborough, Mass.

Wendell Young

Now: General manager of Chicago Wolves (AHL)