The Penguins' Marc-Andre Fleury dives as the puck goes into the net to send the game into overtime against the Blue Jackets at Nationwide Arena in Columbus.
Peter Diana/Post-Gazette
The Penguins' Marc-Andre Fleury dives as the puck goes into the net to send the game into overtime against the Blue Jackets at Nationwide Arena in Columbus.

Penguins blow three-goal lead, fall to Blue Jackets in overtime

There's a two-day break before the next game. Whether that's enough time to shake off the effects of this loss remains to be seen.

  • Penguins Report: Blue Jackets 4, Penguins 3


  •  A view of the Produce Terminal along Smallman Street in the Strip District.

    Three developers submit proposals for Strip District produce terminal

    The URA invited developers and other parties to offer their own plans to preserve the 1,533-foot-long warehouse.



     Troy Polamalu heads for the end zone after an interception against the Dolphins at Heinz Field in December.

    Steelers have 5 night games, will open 2014 season at home

    Despite consecutive 8-8 records with no playoff appearances, the Steelers remain an obvious attraction for prime-time television.



     Todd Barnett, right, and Albert Ciuksza of PortaBeer, model their PortaDraft unit, a portable beer keg.

    PortaBeer tackles the keg problem, wheels up

    When Albert Ciuksza and Todd Barnett took a keg on a camping trip, they quickly realized the challenge of keeping beer cold and pourable.



     Senior Suzanne Amoroso, 22, of West Mifflin, performs with the California University Jazz Ensemble before the N-Motion Jazz Intervention concert Feb. 23 at Latitude 40 in North Fayette.

    Schools may be de-emphasizing music, but 'Jazz Intervention' is bringing it to youth

    Shawn Hopson has been involved in the promotion of live music for nearly a decade. Now he’s encouraging local students to participate.



    Video »

    Loading...
    More Videos >>

    Local »



    East End growls at shelter

    A community group says it will not endorse a plan to build a $15 million animal shelter in Homewood.



    Three developers submit proposals for Strip District produce terminal

    The URA invited developers and other parties to offer their own plans to preserve the 1,533-foot-long warehouse.


     

    Advertisement

    Stylebook Snapshot

    Samantha Lugo with her mobile boutique, Broke Little Rich Girl.
    PG style editor Sara Bauknecht maps out fashion with her new Fashion Truck Tracker.


    Advertisement

    Advertisement

    Eyes on the eagles

    One of the pair of nesting bald eagles leaves its perch along the hillside in Pittsburgh's Hays neighborhood.
    Keep up with the eagle family activities via the live cam.

    New! Participate in our eagle camera contest. And join the Post-Gazette for an Eagle Watch Bicycle Trip to a point near the nest site with bicycling writer Larry Walsh and a National Aviary ornithologist, April 27. Details at http://www.post-gazette.com/PGU

    News »



    Obama begins Asia tour with a message to China

    The president said that the uninhabited islands are administered by Japan and fall within scope of the U.S.-Japan security treaty.



    N. Korea sends condolences as mourning begins for ferry victims

    South Korean high school students, relatives and other mourners laid long-stemmed white chrysanthemums before an altar in a gymnasium.


     

    Sports »



    Blue Jackets rally again as odd pattern continues

    One game, two, maybe three, it's a quirk. Four games, it's a pattern. It has happened each game of the Penguins' first-round playoff series.



    Ron Cook: Pressure in series now shifts to Penguins' Fleury

    Marc-Andre Fleury talked a brave game minutes after giving up a late tying goal and then the winning overtime goal in a 4-3 loss to


     



    PortaBeer tackles the keg problem, wheels up

    When Albert Ciuksza and Todd Barnett took a keg on a camping trip, they quickly realized the challenge of keeping beer cold and pourable.



    Pittsburgh Day of Giving becomes part of national event

    The Pittsburgh Foundation has opted to become part of Give Local America, an online giving event that will be held May 6 throughout the U.S.


     



    Life »



    The centerpiece of Moroccan cooking

    Marlene Parrish helps prepare a Moroccan spread for a local couple -- and the rest of us.



    She's a Greek cook -- feeding 50 in a sorority

    Debbie Fajerski of Baldwin spends her days cooking for a group of sorority sisters.


     



    Seventeenth annual Art All Night will fill every corner of grungy warehouse

    Art All Night in Lawrenceville gives kids and established pros a blank canvas to fill.



    The spring Crawl through the Cultural District starts early, goes late

    A Night Market, an opening at Wood Street Gallery and live music highlightthe Cultural Trust's spring Gallery Crawl on Friday.


     

    Opinion »


    Frack pit hazards

    about 7 hours ago

    Right-wing reform?

    about 7 hours ago

    More postal woes

    about 7 hours ago

    Pitfall for UPMC

    about 7 hours ago

    Maureen Dowd / A saint, he ain’t

    John Paul II was a great man in many ways, but he turned a blind eye to the pedophilia scandal.



    Dueling Dems: Rep. Molchany deserves the party nomination

    In the 36th District race for state House, the PG endorses freshman lawmaker Erin Molchany over 10-term veteran Harry Readshaw.


     


    Loading...
    Advertisement

    You have 2 remaining free articles this month

    Try unlimited digital access

    If you are an existing subscriber,
    link your account for free access. Start here

    You’ve reached the limit of free articles this month.

    To continue unlimited reading

    If you are an existing subscriber,
    link your account for free access. Start here