He thought hard about taking the Vancouver offer, which was pretty much the same as the one offered by the Penguins, but was swayed by the Pens’ offer of a more versatile role and a chance to be on a Stanley Cup winner. Of course, sharing a locker room with Sidney Crosby doesn’t hurt, either.
"It was an extremely difficult decision," Glass told The Province shortly after his deal was announced. "I think the opportunity was a bit better in Pittsburgh. They said they’d move me up and down the lineup and I’d be killing penalties. They like my game. I know I’m going to get a chance to play."