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Colin grew up in Sharpsburg and Aspinwall and attended Fox Chapel Area High High School. He graduated from West Virginia University and then came back home to write for the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. While there, he covered the Pirates, area college football and basketball, and the prep sports scene. Colin joined The Fan when it launched in February 2010 as a weekend show host. He also serves as a featured sports columnist for CBSPittsburgh.com.
Colin Dunlap doesn’t know if P.K. Subban got what he deserved behind the net, but the NHL got exactly what they created.
To Colin Dunlap, what gives the Penguins the best opportunity to win a three-game series right now against the Nashville Predators is to stick with Matt Murray.
There’s going to be a parade. A big one. This city will come to a halt for good reason. The Stanley Cup Final is over.
Forget all the doom and gloom surrounding the Penguins and not playing anywhere near their best game; think about it from the other side.
Here are five things the Penguins must do if they want to march on and face Nashville in the Stanley Cup Final.
The play that left Scott Wilson injured during Game 5 showed the deepest kind of cowardice from Tommy Wingels that an athlete can display.
Run all the Twitter polls you want, but Marc-Andre Fleury has to be the guy in Game 4.
Phil Kessel’s actions – when they come in the right doses – are something very, very, very effective to the practical nature of making his hockey team better.
Who would have thought that Jake Guentzel would be the perfect winger for Sidney Crosby?
Colin Dunlap knows that helping people in their deepest time of need is what Pittsburghers do best.
Matt Niskanen might not be a dirty player, but don’t give Colin Dunlap any nonsense about that being anything but a tremendously dirty play.
About this time every year, you can count on Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert — a gentleman I genuinely like personally and admire professionally for the job he’s done — saying the same thing on the same subject.
How will Pittsburgh perceive and receive the stunningly-talented outfielder upon returning in the middle of July?
There is no question about what the Pittsburgh Penguins can become in the form of an offensive presence over the next few seasons. In fact, it is scary.
While Marc-Andre Fleury was the story of Game 1, Colin Dunlap wants to see an encore performance Friday night.