Mario Lemieux and Ron Burkle are winners in all walks of life. And knowing both gentlemen as I have for many years, I'm confident in citing three reasons for that.
"They're a little bit hungrier. They want more, like, to win. They're blocking shots, they're forechecking, backchecking, like ... they look like they want more to win."
Sidney Crosby and Jake Guentzel scoreless? OK, they're human. And in Guentzel's case, he's pushing through an injury that'd normally keep him out.
UNIONDALE, N.Y. — Hey, today’s the Hounds’ home opener at Highmark Stadium! OK, so there might be other things you’d like to discuss, as well, and I’m here for that...
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It's not the fire. It's the focus. And it's been that from the start.
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Apparently, Mike Sullivan's plan for Game 2 of the Penguins' Stanley Cup playoff series against the Islanders will be to push the Game 1 plan right through the wringer.
Scratching Jack Johnson doesn't singularly set the stage for any Stanley Cup playoff outcome, and it'd be silly to suggest anything of the sort.
The Islanders' overtime goal by Josh Bailey was preventable by the Penguins many times over. Mostly by Kris Letang.
It'll be the Penguins and Matt Murray vs. the Islanders and Robin Lehner ... and the renovated shrunken remnants of old Nassau Veterans Coliseum.
"We have all the tools to be successful. We just have to pull together, play the same way. I think that’s the key in the playoffs: Everybody’s got to pull...
"I thought I had him. This time, I was sure." Marcus Pettersson didn't have Sidney Crosby. No one ever really has him.
Francisco Cervelli was huffing away at his stall, and not just because he'd finally finished his standard sweat-fest following the Pirates' 7-5 sweep-capping clubbing of the Reds.
I'm doing nothing today. Well, actually, I'll be going for a walk to buy my comics at Eide's. I'll drive out to Monroeville later to visit my mom. And I'll...
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The Penguins will partake in the Stanley Cup playoffs. Also coming in 2019: Death and taxes, Downtown jaywalking, and a downpour on the opening day of the Three Rivers Arts...
This was Clint Hurdle's fault, right? He pulls Jameson Taillon after seven smooth innings, a reasonable pitch count of 85, and a two-run lead blew up within minutes.
Hunter Homistek and Dejan Kovacevic talk about how much blame the Pirates bullpen deserves in the team's most recent loss, Clint Hurdle's decision to take out Jameson Taillon, and ask...
Knowing Jameson Taillon, he probably hadn't stepped a single stride off that mound in Cincinnati before seeking out the first positive. Four runs and six hits over six-plus innings?
When Francisco Cervelli slides into home, his arms playfully sprayed wide with a simulated safe sign before the actual call, that's always been there.
No one ever credits the coaches. Not even the coaches will do that, come to think of it.
The Hounds are three matches deep into their USL season and still seeking their first victory.
"Just wasn't my day." It was, actually. Corey Dickerson was having a wonderful opening day.
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