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Penguins hope to throw a lot of shots at Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvist, get a lot of traffic in front of him and score on some rebounds
Penguins’ recently created fourth line comes up big in Game 1 of playoff series against Rangers.
Stewart’s return from the DL means Tony Sanchez is shipped back to Class AAA Indinapolis.
With so little offense, perhaps the Penguins need to use Crosby and Malkin together more often if not always.
Panthers teammates will be on opposite sides of the field today at Highmark Stadium, making for what should be a competitive spring game.
Nyeem Wartman goes one-on-one to talk about his role as PSU’s next middle linebacker and why he’s not taking it lightly.
Jordan Geist was the only male to set a record at the Butler Invitational as his 66-11/2 throw in the shot put shattered the previous mark.
Plum used another superb pitching effort Friday to take sole possession of the WPIAL Class AAAA Section 4 lead.
Larry Walsh on biking: The Pinkerton Tunnel rehabilitation project kicks into a higher gear.
Gregory Polanco had three hits and Starling Marte homered after days of no player but Andrew McCutchen reaching second base.
Sanchez went 3 for 8 in three games this season.
Blackhawk names a replacement for legendary coach Joe Hamilton.
The veteran leadership of A.J. Burnett coupled with his stellar performance so far has provided a boost.
All season the Penguins racked up penalty minutes; it took one period for the trend to continue Thursday night at Madison Square Garden.
No community here has had to cull its turkey populations. Unlike deer, these big birds in our backyard don’t bother us — or eat our shrubs.
Defensemen Taylor Chorney and Brian Dumoulin are used to being partners, but not in the NHL playoffs.
Many rural communities would capitalize on the annual influx of opening day anglers.
In the opening game of what could be a short series, the Penguins were punchless once again as they lost to the Rangers, 2-1.
Mike Caprara and Bam Bradley are competing for the “Money” outside linebacker spot this spring, one of the Panthers’ few position battles.
Backup QB Trace McSorley is among Penn State’s spring surprises. The redshirt freshman has a chance to impress fans Saturday.
There has been excited talk, premature to the extreme, about the Pirates outfield of Andrew McCutchen, Starling Marte and Gregory Polanco.
Clara Santucci won the Dick’s Sporting Goods Pittsburgh Marathon last year, but she plans to set the bar even higher this year.
It’s time to evaluate if it’s worth having Crosby, Fleury, Letang and Malking take up almost half of the team’s salary cap space.
Track standouts Dom Perretta of Beaver Falls and Ashley Amato of Plum chosen as the athletes of the week.
Lernerville Speedway and Pittsburgh’s PA Motor Speedway will open their seasons this weekend, putting to test the preparation during spring.
Taste of success last year fuels baseball team’s hunger for return to postseason.
Two-time WPIAL champion girls lacrosse team once again headed toward the postseason.
Sid Rajupet advances by virtue of injury default in WPIAL consolation match.
Andrew Koryak has lofty goals as one of top middle distance runners in the state.
Gene Klein walks away from boys soccer team a second time, completing a run of 29 seasons.
Zak Roberts returns to his alma mater to take over for legendary volleyball coach Rick Tatrn.
Despite some heavy graduation attrition, West Mifflin is a factor in the Section 4-AAA title race once again.
Showing the ability to come from behind, South Allegheny has been impressive in the early going.
The Warriors have had an impressive run in the early going this softball season.
Lexi Stevenson know this is her last chance to go for gold in WPIAL and state track.
Steel Valley has all the ingredients to make a serious run at a section title.
With a solid lineup, this could be the year Mt. Lebanon ends Shady Side’s stranglehold on the team tennis title.
With a unified front and some talented athletes, Peters Township is ready to challenge for WPIAL lacrosse honors.
Sophomore Isaiah Bailey building up slowly to his marquee event, the 800-meter run.
After slow start due to weather, baseball team heats up in a hurry.
Junior pitcher showing practice makes perfect for softball team.
New coach helping boys lacrosse team turn things around.
After battling injuries last season, Nicole Scherer becoming one of the top sprinters in the WPIAL.
Behind solid play of junior Rochan Ramesh, Panthers once again strong in boys tennis.
Rick “Storm” Peterson, a retired Air Force colonel, has boys volleyball team off to 6-0 start in section.
Though he’s just a sophomore, Trent Vietmeier has already decided where he’d like to attend college . . . and play baseball.
After dropping from Class AAA to AA, Ellwood City has quickly risen to the top of the section standings.
After winning the WPIAL Class AA singles title, Carlynton’s Luke Phillips has a chance to win the school’s first state title.
With a senior-laden squad, Moon is having an impressive season on the lacrosse field.
Even though Bill Hutchinson lost in his first try at “Big KNockout Boxing,” promoters are interested in having him fight again.