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There’s lots of pizza in Squirrel Hill, not to mention the infamous Aiello’s vs. Mineo’s rivalry.
Round two of the Stanley Cup Playoffs has arrived and the Pittsburgh Penguins have a formidable opponent awaiting them.
The playoffs are never easy and the Pittsburgh Penguins proved that fact last night in Game 6. A 4-0 lead should be an automatic win, but nobody told that to the Columbus Blue Jackets.
The fried bologna sandwich is a Pittsburgh classic, I’m told.
The Pittsburgh Penguins dug deep and put their best foot forward in these playoffs Saturday night at CONSOL Energy Center. The effort led to a 3-1 win in the game and a 3-2 edge in the series.
This is the kind of series that drive stats people crazy. There’s no way to explain this anomaly. It’s just simply bizarre.
The Eastern Conference quarterfinal matchup between the Pittsburgh Penguins and Columbus Blue Jackets took another strange, yet familiar twist Monday night.
Milwaukee Brewers center fielder Carlos Gomez has some punkish tendencies. That much isn’t up for debate.
With the series tied 1-1 and shifting to Columbus for the next two games, the Penguins’ big guns need to start contributing – immediately.
Are you looking to bring a pet into your home? Local animal shelters are a great place to find a furry companion. This week, Furry Tails features Samson!
It’s Easter time, which to many of us also means it’s Peeps time.
On Wednesday evening, with puck drop of Game 1 of the first round series between the Columbus Blue Jackets and Pittsburgh Penguins about an hour away, my voice (which can take paint off walls) firmly made a pronouncement on 93.7 The Fan.
The playoffs have arrived. It’s that special time of year, where the world seems to stop when the puck is dropped.
Don’t mean to sound too harsh here, but close shouldn’t be good enough this season for the Pittsburgh Penguins.