Elmore Keener

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Elmore Keener was a National Hockey League co-owner of the Pittsburgh Penguins starting on April 21, 1971 [1] for $7 million ($42.5 million today). He made his fortune as a longtime law partner in the Pittsburgh firm of Arthur, LeStrange & Short. Keener was related to the founding and longtime managing family of Rockwell International, also based in the city. [2]