The Pirates are expected to make another move and fire longtime General Manager Neal Huntington after a 69-93 2019 campaign.
Pirates and team president Frank Coonelly have agreed to part ways. The team will announce his replacement Monday, Oct. 28.
In this episode of Morning Java, brought to you by GetGo Cafe+Market, Chris Carter and I come back from Bye Week by talking about the Steelers' defense.
I did another full three-hour show on 105.9 the X today, talking Steelers, Penguins and the general state of officiating.
The Penguins are delighted with their newest defenseman, John Marino, and it's crazy how they were able acquire him at all.
OK, sorry for the one-day delay, but it was intentional so we could talk hockey after both weekend games were done. Which doesn’t mean we’re limited to hockey, of course....
I hosted a full three-hour radio show Friday on 105.9 the X, with guests Craig Wolfley and Colby Armstrong, as well as a ton of talk about trying to fix the...
I've shared often over the years my respect for everything Fred Rogers represented, both to our city and to the world.
In this episode of Morning Java, brought to you by GetGo Cafe+Market, Dave Molinar, Taylor Haase, and I talk about the Penguins continuing their winning streak against the Avalanche.
Jake Guentzel's grit helped the Penguins beat the Colorado Avalanche, 3-2 in overtime, Wednesday night at PPG Paints Arena.
Chase Williams and me discussing a bunch of Steelers and Penguins topics for a half-hour. It's also on your smart TV, if you download the new WPXI Now app.
The Penguins’ recent run of success should be a warning shot to their injured players.
The suddenly sound Pittsburgh Penguins blew out the Winnipeg Jets, 7-2, Sunday night at Bell MTS Place.
A summer of angst was invested, both by the Penguins and their passionate fan base, on how to solve an array of perceived problems.
All their lives, Adam Johnson and Sam Lafferty, one born here in Minnesota, the other back in Western Pennsylvania, had envisioned how their first NHL goals would play out.
Who: Penguins (3-2) vs. Jets (4-2). When: 7:08 p.m. Where: Bell MTS Place. TV: AT&T SportsNet
Who: Penguins (2-2) vs. Wild (0-3). When: 8:43 p.m. Where: Xcel Energy Center. TV: AT&T SportsNet
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