Phil Kessel is a two-time Stanley Cup champion, and that is how he will forever be remembered in Pittsburgh.
Every touchdown, every play presents a few choice images -- or at least ones that you would target.
Well, that was fun to watch, wasn't it?
Bud Dupree. That name has been a bit polarizing in Pittsburgh over the last few seasons. Even now, with the year he's having, the credit always goes to the "contract...
Evgeni Malkin had himself a heck of a game Saturday night.
You know ... after 36 years, I think I can safely and finally say you don't always know what happens next in life.
I hear you guys loud and clear. You like T.J. Watt and you like the way he celebrates. Perhaps love is the better work here. You love him for those things.
The funny thing about one of my better photos from Pittsburgh's 63-61 win over Florida State ... well, it doesn't remind me much of basketball.
I feel a bit jaded after having the fortune of shooting two west coast games this season. Once you experience that fall light in Santa Clara and Los Angeles ......
Every time a football player throws an arm towards a defender, I'm hoping it's the next Vance McDonald against the Buccaneers from last season.
"Na, na, na, na-na-na na ... Na-na-na na, Ne-co!" That song was in my head for last season's entirety. It's not because Steel Army sings it for their favorite striker, Neco...
In a game featuring Marc-Andre Fleury's 445th win, tying him in seventh place all time, and the Golden Knights 100th franchise win, I found myself focusing on an interaction between a different...
The comparisons of Steelers linebacker Devin Bush to Troy Polamalu and Ryan Shazier have been there for a variety of reasons.
It feels like just yesterday I was writing to the Steelers' receivers explaining why I had to keep doing my job while they were suffering.
The Penguins run a text-based marketing contest called "Pens Predictor" where fans of the team make numerical guesses on things such as "Which player will score first?"
Until the Steelers' 27-3 rout of the now 0-4 Bengals, I don't think I've ever shot a player catching a touchdown pass with no one else in the frame.
"A couple thousand [autographs]," Cole Tucker told me as he walked off the field following 2019's final game at PNC Park.