Ex-Penguins winger Bill Guerin named to 2013 United States Hockey Hall of Fame class


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Former Penguins winger Bill Guerin has been named one of five 2013 inductees to the United States Hockey Hall of Fame.

Guerin won a Stanley Cup with the 2009 Penguins, 14 years after he won his first Cup, with New Jersey.

He is now the Penguins' development coach.

Guerin played 18 seasons in the NHL. He also played for Edmonton, Boston, Dallas, St. Louis and San Jose.

He had 429 goals and 856 points in 1,263 NHL games.

Guerin also won an Olympic silver medal with Team USA in 2002, one of three Olympics in which he played.

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Shelly Anderson: shanderson@post-gazette.com, 412-263-1721 and on Twitter: @pgshelly.


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