It was a lot of fun to watch — except for the goaltenders who had to watch pucks fly past them — and a good victory for the Penguins.
Former Steelers guard Alan Faneca will learn tonight if he makes the Pro Football Hall of Fame on his first chance.
Jason Luckasevic filed the first lawsuit against the NFL on behalf of former players with cognitive issues.
Shaler grad Steven Labate will help the Carolina Panthers as a member of their athletic training staff.
The defeat ended the Penguins’ four-game winning streak and dropped their record to 25-18-7.
The first likely is at Heinz Field in 2017, with another to follow – probably two years later – in Philadelphia.
Pirates GM Neal Huntington says the move was made to ”benefit us three years down the road.”
The three-day, four-night trip includes box seats, round-trip flight, transportation, tours, beachfront hotel, and cocktail reception.
Pitt catches Virginia when the No. 9 Cavaliers are playing their best basketball this season.
Rangy freshman guard Mar’Qywell Jackson has carved out a niche in Duquesne’s rotation the past several games.
High school basketball: Sophomore guard converts two free throws with three seconds for 74-72 victory in WPIAL Class AAAA Section 1.
Boys basketball team nets 20 3-pointers en route to securing playoff berth.
Mike Van Sickle of McKees Rocks was one of the top golfers ever at Marquette and is still looking to hit it big.
Phil Delmer, an accomplished golfer and longtime Mount Washington resident, died Jan. 3 in Wellington, Fla. He was 73.
It’s rare that U.S. women’s soccer star and Pine-Richland graduate Meghan Klingenberg stops to take a look and celebrate her achievements.
Former Pine-Richland High School star, 27, one of 20 players named to the U.S. women’s national soccer team for the upcoming CONCACAF event.
At the second Girls and Women in Sports Symposium at Robert Morris, data suggest 2015 might have been a tipping point.
Keith Starr, Kirk Bruce and Mickey Martin go in together as members of impressive 1973-74 team.