PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Several thousand fans of the now shut down Pittsburgh Power Arena Football League team reached out to KDKA-TV’s Get Marty for help. The large group of fans upset because they paid for […]
The Pittsburgh Steelers have signed a new wide receiver to their squad.
Arena football is about to start up in Pittsburgh with the Power’s first game this weekend.
When the Pittsburgh Power line up against the Orlando Predators to begin their second season in the Arena Football League, they’ll have some extra company in the Amway Center (to say nothing of the home team’s notoriously passionate fans).
One of the top rookies in the Arena Football League this past season will be staying home for his sophomore year.
The Pittsburgh Power may have missed the playoffs in their inaugural season, but that did not stop them from claiming some hardware.
Pittsburgh Power Head Coach Chris Siegfried joins Vinnie & Cook on SportsRadio 93-7 The Fan.
The Pittsburgh Power were looking to get back in the win column Saturday night, but ended up getting burned by the Utah Blaze 81-40.
The Power’s starting quarterback reacts to the team’s important win at home over division rival Cleveland, and what it will take to survive their trip to Tampa Bay.
Pittsburgh’s division has been beating each other up throughout the season, Siegfried said, and he feels in order to play in the postseason, Pittsburgh must win its division.
The three missed extra point field goals by Cleveland Gladiator’s kicker Matt Denny turned out to be the difference in the back-and-forth battle against the Pittsburgh Power. The Power defeated the Gladiators, 35-32, in a game which saw five lead changes at the CONSOL Energy Center on Saturday night in front of 9,066 fans.
After surviving a nail-biter in Dallas, the Power return to CONSOL Energy Center looking for their fourth straight win and the outright lead in the AFL’s East Division over a new nemesis from a familiar place.
The Pittsburgh Power escaped Dallas with a 76-75 victory over the Vigilantes Saturday night.
Armed with newfound chemistry and newfound health on offense, the Power seek their third win in a row in a possible shootout with one of the most prolific offenses in the Arena Football League.
Here is a look back at the first nine games of the Power’s inaugural season, and a look ahead to what it might take for them to reach the Arena Football League playoffs…