PPG Paints Arena has rescheduled several concerts and events, including Reba McEntire and Trolls Live. More details here.
Former Penguin and current Predators radio broadcaster Hal Gill made an appearance on Elliotte Friedman's 31 Thoughts podcast.
In this episode of Morning Java, Hunter Homistek and I discuss the expanded NFL playoffs, more Steelers and missing press boxes:
Jake Guentzel has been out since Dec. 30 because of shoulder surgery, but Mike Sullivan believes he'll return if the NHL season resumes.
The Steelers are confident in James Conner's ability as a runner. But his ability to stay healthy and the depth behind him is in question.
In order to get as many games in as possible, the MLB season will likely start before fans are allowed into the stadiums.
We can talk about hockey if you can manage to come up with hockey questions, or we can talk about whatever.
Steelers' GM dishes information on NFL Draft and plans for new additions Chris Wormley, Eric Ebron.
Players are finding their own ways to stay in shape while the NHL season remains on pause.
NFL general counsel Jeff Pash said the league is planning on starting the regular season on time in September.
Goalie Marc-Andre Fleury went to Vegas three years ago ... but only after the Penguins bribed the Golden Knights with a No. 2 draft choice.
The city of Toronto has canceled all permits for major events through June 30 due to the coronavirus outbreak, Toronto mayor John Tory announced on Tuesday.
NFL team owners voted by phone on Tuesday to expand the postseason field from 12 to 14 teams beginning in the 2020 season.
The NHL on Tuesday extended its self-isolation period for players and team personnel to April 15.
The very first came from the Fair Oaks Personal Care Home. The next, I swear, came from a worker at GetGo. Then a volunteer firefighter. Then a truck driver.
NHL players pick Connor McDavid as the game's premier forward, but name Sidney Crosby the most complete player in the NHL.
Major League Baseball announced that minor-league players will continue to get financial support during the COVID-19 shutdown.
While it's unknown when the MLB season will start or how long it would last, Jameson Taillon said the players want to get as many games in as possible.