I’m hoping Pitt finds a way out of the current doldrums. Truly, there is nowhere to go but up!
I didn’t get to watch the Penguins regularly until the 1995 season began, when my cable company in Ohio began carrying KBL.
For all Mario Lemieux’s dramatic accomplishments on and off the ice, his 2002 Olympic gold medal often flies under the radar, at least for me.
While watching last Tuesday’s game, I thought to myself “I’ve got my Cartoon Canon for the first week of February 2019!”
I don’t know when the Civic Arena became nicknamed the Igloo, but given the name and success of the first team to call it home, a case could be made...
I’ll be honest: The Penguins in blue and white predates my fandom by a good bit.
If you’re anything like me, you had one thought Sunday night: Football is stupid. Honestly, New England vs. Philadelphia?
It’s funny how, if you watch sports long enough, history seems to repeat itself.
I’m quite certain that if I hadn’t been only 5 years old on New Year’s Day 1977, I would have been rooting for Pitt!
I graduated from high school in 1990, meaning that almost the entire time I was in junior high and high school, the Steelers were mediocre at best.
Not being a cable subscriber, I had no television option for the Steelers’ huge matchup with the Ravens last Christmas.
Hard as it is to believe, today marks only two years since most of us first heard the name Mike Sullivan.
The impact of acquiring Larry Murphy is one of the overlooked aspects of the Penguins' Cup runs.
I watched this game live eight years ago. I jotted the details down in my sketchbook.
The Steelers have definitely turned in some stinkers over the years, losing to teams they should clobber with ease.
I‘m not really much of a hoops fan at all, but there’s something about the ABA I find irresistible.
The Steelers on to play in the Super Bowl the following January, but whenever I think of the 2010 season, this is the game that springs to mind.
Having been a Penguins fan my entire life, I’ve always favored skill and speed on the ice over fists and fighting.
It’s sometimes hard to remember that the Steelers had almost four decades as an NFL franchise before Chuck Noll.
As satisfying as last week’s banner raising was to watch, the one that occurred last year was even more special.