Seattle's NHL team is set to have its expansion draft in June 2021.
In this episode of Morning Java, Dave Molinari and I discuss an ultimate Stanley Cup playoff, the Penguins' hard stall ... and why the Civic Arena lot's still empty.
The NFL Draft is now about three weeks away. What are the Steelers' needs? Who should they be looking at?
The Nailers will not renew the contract of head coach Mike Bavis, the team announced on Monday.
DK joins WPXI's "Subway Final Word" to talk Penguins, Steelers and other subjects along with John Steigerwald, Mark Madden and Alby Oxenreiter.
Exactly 25 days from today, at a couple ticks past 8 p.m., Roger Goodell will speak the six most predictable words in professional sports: The Bengals are on the clock.
The Steelers defense has everything it needs to be a legendary unit according to former cornerback Bryant McFadden -- with one big exception.
Rod Woodson is one of the greatest defensive backs in NFL history ... but he struggled to cover Paqui's One-Chip Challenge. Watch the video here.
In this episode of Morning Java, brought to you by GetGo Cafe+Market, Chris Carter hook up Downtown, on Seventh Street, to talk football.
Steelers get a pleasant surprise at pick 49, fill needs throughout the rest of this mock draft.
Matt Cullen played 278 games with the Penguins, including 53 in the playoffs, but a Game 7 victory in Washington in 2017 stands above the rest.
If you missed WPXI-TV’s live ‘11 On The Ice‘ tonight, we’ve got you covered with a special ‘Overtime’ edition available only online. In this one, Chase Williams hosts, while Phil Bourque and...
I caught up with Wilkes-Barre/Scranton head coach Mike Vellucci one-on-one this week to talk about his team's performance and more as the AHL season remains on pause.
I don't care what anyone thinks about when sports might restart. Not you. Not me. Definitely not a college football analyst.
The Penguins have found NHL talent in the third round -- and later -- in NHL drafts during the past two decades.
Au'Diese Toney is returning to Pitt for 2020-21, and that provides clarity for next year's starting five.
Obligatory disclaimer: There are no positives to a pandemic. There can be, however, valuable lessons.
Each Saturday during the ongoing apocalypse, I'll revisit an older column that ran on this site, accompanied by a handful of current observations about it at the bottom.