RICHMOND, Va. — I was in my senior year of high school in 1990, and without access to KBL or the Penguins on the radio, I followed Mario’s scoring streak...
It’s February, Black History Month, and thus the perfect time of year to reflect on the accomplishments of Pittsburgh’s own Chuck Cooper.
Super Bowl XLIII is a tough game to sum up in one image, considering the plays the Steelers made at the end of each half.
It’s odd how this week of the NFL season always makes me nostalgic for the Super Bowls of my youth, considering those games almost always turned out to be letdowns.
I’ve been on Facebook for over a decade, for better or worse, and most days I click that link that shows you “Memories on this Day."
The Penguins haven't failed to sell out a home game in more than a decade. But such was not always the case.
Looking back at the recaps from the Steelers’ Christmas present to their fans in 2017, I was struck by how much has changed in such a short period of time.
Some events are best appreciated in the moment, and I have to believe that the story of folk hero Duck Hodges is one of them.
As I’ll tell anyone who’ll listen, the Steelers' Super Bowl season of 2008 was the most exciting, memorable and satisfying campaign as any since 1980.
RICHMOND, Va. — For all their success over the decades, the Steelers’ record in Thanksgiving games is a fairly abysmal 2-6. The team’s first turkey day victory came in their third...
I’ll always lay the blame for the 1998 Thanksgiving Game debacle at the feet of Phil Luckett, and no one else!
The Steelers take the field tonight in the state of Ohio.
I am super-psyched to have Pitt coverage back on DKPS. And to mark the occasion, here’s a look back at one of the greatest moments in recent memory.
When the Penguins and Blackhawks met on Halloween Eve back in 2003, the only scary thing about the matchup was how awful they both were.
Admittedly, I am not the most knowledgable Riverhounds fan out there. They’re easily the toughest Pittsburgh team to follow from a long distance.
The staggering amount of roster spots on the new teams gave many career mostly-minor leaguers a shot at the NHL at last, and Ken Schinkel was one such player.
Talk about a frustrated fan base. The Twins are setting new benchmarks for postseason misery, having now lost an incomprehensible 16 straight playoff games.
It was a short spring and a long summer, but finally, tonight, hockey is back, and I couldn’t be more excited about it!