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Magee Babies Face-Off in Penguins Draft

WHAT: Pittsburgh Penguins’ Bill Guerin, Phil Bourque and Paul Steigerwald will host a newborn hockey draft at Magee-Womens Hospital of UPMC to celebrate the "It’s a Great Day for a New Baby" program. Newborns will be scouted for titles of “Best Hockey Smile,” “Eat-Sleep-Cry Hat Trick Specialist” and “Hottest Hands,” among others. Newborns will sport crocheted black and gold skates and caps, handmade by a Magee nurse.
The popular It’s a Great Day for a New Baby program is relaunching on July 1, and every baby born at Magee will receive a Penguins onesie, a hooded towel and washcloth set and a chalkboard that can be used to highlight a baby’s monthly milestones.
WHY: As the official women’s health provider of the Penguins, Magee is proud to collaborate with the Penguins organization to celebrate babies and families in and around Pittsburgh.
• Bill Guerin, assistant GM and 2009 Stanley Cup champion
• Phil Bourque, radio analyst and 1991, 1992 Stanley Cup champion
• Paul Steigerwald, long-time Penguins announcer
• 9:45 a.m., Monday, June 18
o The event will take place on a secure, locked unit. It is recommended media arrive on time.
WHERE: Magee-Womens Hospital of UPMC, 300 Halket St., Pittsburgh, 15213.
Note to Media: To cover this event, or to have photos from the event emailed, please contact Amy Charley at 412-738-3511 or

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