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Q.: What is your opinion regarding Sidney Crosby? Can he lead the team to another Stanley Cup?
Transcript of the weekly Steelers chat with Ray
The recent death of a New York man while freediving in the Bahamas highlights the dangers of the sport, with some 70 deaths last year.
Henry selected the Mountaineers from a final list of five schools that also included Pitt, Miami, Maryland and Louisville.
The Pens right winger kneed the Bruins forward in the head Saturday while skating past him.
The auction house says Ron Burkle plans to take the Olympic medal from the 1936 Berlin Games on an educational tour.
Brian Dumoulin has not played in an NHL game, but could be in the lineup when the Penguins face Columbus at 7:38 at Consol Energy Center.
Dick LeBeau, the Steelers defensive coordinator, is 76. That’s not old for an NFL coach; that’s ancient.
Despite their perfect record, the Panthers still have a couple of things to work on, according to coach Jamie Dixon.
With Columbus visiting Consol Energy Center tonight, Penguins coach Dan Bylsma assessed the early struggles of the Metropolitan Division.
Injuries continue to pile up for the Penguins, but the replacement players are doing enough to earn praise for their contributions.
In front of a record crowd at Bryce Jordan Center, Penn State wrestling defeated Pitt, 28-9, Sunday in a dual.
Central Catholic linebacker Niko Thorpe has improved with the extra games brought on by the Vikings' playoff run. Colleges are noticing.
Steelers writer Gerry Dulac takes a look at the highlights from Sunday's loss against Miami.
Gerry Dulac grades the Steelers' effort Sunday in a 34-28 loss to the Dolphins.
Questionable play-calling is at the forefront of a pungent Steelers season, and a 34-28 loss Sunday to Miami proved it, Gene Collier writes.
The Steelers are 5-8. There is no hope for the playoffs.
Allowing big plays has been a weakness for the Steelers all season, and on Sunday, three more cost them in their 34-28 loss at Heinz Field.
Pitt accepted a bid to play in the Little Caesar's Pizza Bowl Dec. 26 in Detroit against Mid-American Conference champion Bowling Green.
The Dolphins' victory drove a stake through the Steelers' playoff hopes, lowering the team's record to 5-8.
Everything -- absolutely everything -- broke wrong for the Steelers this afternoon, due to their terrible performance at Heinz Field.
Steelers "definitely" will lose draft choice, says Bob Smizik, a freelance writer and former Post-Gazette staffer who writes an online
Despite showing improvements Saturday, Robert Morris extended its early season slump by losing 80-77 against Toledo at the Sewall Center.
North Catholic rushed for 376 yards and six touchdowns in a blowout victory against Clarion to reach the PIAA Class A championship.
South Fayette trailed at the half but came back to top Hickory, 23-20, and advanced to the PIAA Class AA title game.
No. 4 Mt. Lebanon defeated No. 1 North Allegheny, 60-58, after Maura Wallace sank a jumper with 2.1 seconds remaining.
Led by Dale Clancy's 31 points, Seton-LaSalle narrowly topped Gateway in a close battle for the Peters Township tournament title.
Pitt chancellor Mark Nordenberg, who will retire in August, is the winner of the Dapper Dan Dr. Freddie Fu Leadership Award.
Athletic director Oliver Luck said he firmly believes things are looking up, but West Virginia's Big 12 success remains a work in progress.
In the second year after NCAA sanctions were levied against it, Penn State enters an offseason focusing on the future of the program.
The former Penn State and Steelers great will be honored with the Dapper Dan Lifetime Achievement Award in February.
Pirates general manager Neal Huntington won't hesitate to go to Plan B if A.J. Burnett keeps stringing them along.
A look at some of the names the Pirates could go after this week, as well as a couple of intriguing long-shot options.
Pirates general manager Neal Huntington will explore the possibility of upgrading a few positions at MLB's winter meetings.
In a game filled with runs, it was Pitt that came up with the hottest streaks at the biggest moments.
The Steelers offensive line has been decimated by injuries this season and in the past, but it's also happening all over the NFL.
Gerry Dulac shares his predictions for NFL action this week.
Here are some books about the Steelers to give as gifts or to buy for the holiday season.
Because of recent success and talent, the Penguins are not getting many home games on days that tend to be popular with fans.
The final score won't be the most enduring number to come out of the Bruins' 3-2 victory against the Penguins Saturday night at TD Garden.
Now that the two teams have done battle in the playoffs, the Penguins and Bruins have hit the next step in their heated rivalry.
Another dominant day by the defense propelled Central Catholic to a semifinal rout of Lower Dauphin.
Gerry Dulac breaks down today's showdown with the Miami Dolphins at Heinz Field.
The veteran Cotchery is one of several Steelers receivers who have had to fill the void left by Wallace's offseason departure.
Before squeezing off a shot that could exceed 1,000 yards, an effective sniper has studied, planned and practiced; same for hunters.
For outdoor enthusiasts on your holiday gift list, a good book is always appreciated. Here are a few recent titles that are sure to please.
Nicholas Wetzel, 9, of Greensburg shot the coyote at a verified 260 yards about 15 minutes before firing on the buck at 100 yards.
There's evidence that mainstream America may be waking up to urban wildlife management.
The rivalry between the teams has been heating up and turned downright ugly when Brooks Orpik was removed from the ice on a stretcher.
The Penguins' defenseman was removed from the TD Garden ice on a stretcher. No immediate word was available on his condition.