In this Morning Java, our first in two weeks after hard deliberation about how to bring this back, Dale Lolley and I talk Steelers and use hand sanitizer.
The Penguins on Monday shared a video of Jake Guentzel talking to Penguins fans about the coronavirus outbreak.
Five Penguins players have donated signed memorabilia to a fundraiser benefitting individuals affected by coronavirus.
I'm sure we can find things to talk about. It's obviously been a busy week, with the shutdowns and Boston Rob getting voted off on Survivor.
Thursday afternoon in Columbus, we were set to see Penguins vs. Blue Jackets. By Thursday night, the season would be 'paused.'
The NHL has announced players now have clearance to return to their home countries.
I joined Mark Madden, John Steigerwald and host Bill Phillips on our partner WPXI-TV's 'Subway Final Word,' talking Penguins, Steelers, league shutdowns and more.
If the NHL and NBA resume their seasons, the leagues would have to shorten the remainder of their seasons or run their postseasons through mid-summer.
There'll be days and days to digest all the details of the NFL's new labor agreement, one that assures peace for the next decade while also accepting significant change.
Nick Bonino took to Twitter on Sunday evening to share his thoughts on people ignoring the recommendations to keep distance from others.
Three Penguins prospects had their collegiate careers come to an abrupt end when the NCAA cancelled its remaining tournaments this season.
Gary Bettman's plans for the NHL rescheduling should ditch the regular season, shorten the playoffs and be fair to ... the Panthers?
The ECHL announced on Saturday evening that it has canceled the remainder of the 2019-20 regular season and playoffs.
Forgoing our standard format, Chase Williams, Phil Bourque and I had a roundtable discussion on what happens next for the Penguins and the NHL.
Add the Penguins to the list of NHL teams that will pay arena workers who would have lost wages because of the NHL shutdown.
Hey, who says we can't get together anymore?
NHL deputy commissioner Bill Daly says that players should not be holding informal practices, and should be permitted to rejoin their families if they live elsewhere.