Jared McCann was still strapped into his skates several minutes after the Penguins had set down the Stars, 3-2, but that wasn't about to stop him.
After nine seasons in the NFL, New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski announced his retirement via Instagram.
For the better part of four decades now, the foundation of the NHL's Pittsburgh franchise, at least from this perspective, has been threefold.
It'd be a stretch, 59 times over, to suggest Jake Guentzel's having the greatest even-strength scoring performance in the Penguins' history.
Benstonium recreated the intro to The Office with the Pittsburgh Penguins.
We're approaching 300 responses to this question I posed earlier in the week: How did you find out about this site, and what prompted you to subscribe?
Who: Pirates vs. Orioles. When: 1:05 p.m. Eastern. Where: Ed Smith Stadium. Radio: 93.7 The Fan
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The Pirates will not have their opening-day roster determined before breaking camp and leaving Florida on Sunday.
Dejan Kovacevic appeared today on WPXI-TV's '11 On The Ice' reporting from Dallas talking with Garrett Wilson about scoring in regulation.
The Pirates have decided that non-roster players Francisco Liriano and Melky Cabrera will be added to the major-league roster.
Who: Penguins (40-24-11) vs. Stars (38-30-6). When: 8:08 p.m. Eastern. Where: American Airlines Center. TV: AT&T SportsNet
I'm here in Texas for hockey and baseball, but there's football to discuss, too. Everything on the table, as always.
Before we fully dive into this week’s best (and funniest) sports moments, I should introduce this feature. “Hunter’s Prowl” will track what I’m watching — football, basketball, baseball, hockey, MMA...
Who: Pirates vs. Phillies. When: 1:05 p.m. Where: LECOM Park. TV: AT&T SportsNet, MLB Network
OK, enough of our readers were vocal that they wanted a place to talk about colleges. So, here it is.