Pittsburgh coach Mike Johnston can tell a couple of shifts into a game what version of Evgeni Malkin the Penguins are going to get on a given night.
Ryan Johansen of the hometown Columbus Blue Jackets pulled a kid out of the stands and guided him to a goal to win the breakaway challenge, and Nashville’s Shea Weber fired the hardest shot with a 108.5-mph blast at the NHL All-Stars skills competition on Saturday night.
Captain Nick Foligno, showing allegiance to a teammate, has selected Columbus Blue Jackets center Ryan Johansen with the first pick in the NHL All-Star draft.
Now, and only now, is this a real rivalry.
A Greyhound driver has been put on leave after a passenger near the front of the bus filmed him texting while driving.
He’s allegedly the Columbus Blue Jackets’ biggest fan, and he made his return to Nationwide Arena in time for the Pittsburgh Penguins and Blue Jacket’s game four matchup.
Caufield things the Pens stars are the difference as long as they show up in this series.
Penguins coach Dan Bylsma joined “The Fan Morning Show” on Tuesday to preview the Penguins/Blue Jackets first round series.
State geologists in Ohio have for the first time linked earthquake activity in the Marcellus Shale basin to hydraulic fracturing, confirming the suspicions of activists pushing for drilling limits in the interest of public health.
We’re getting deep into the season of stress and anxiety.
Three DFW furniture stores in the Pittsburgh area have closed their doors, after the Columbus, Ohio-based company filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
A central Ohio judge has ordered a woman to spend the next five Christmases in jail as part of her sentence for issuing state ID cards and driver’s licenses to immigrants who entered the country illegally.
A central Ohio day care worker is denying accusations that she sprinkled drugs on snacks to get children in her day care to sleep during the day.
The parents of a 14-year-old girl are telling their story of fear and desperation after learning their daughter had taken their car and driven from her home in Washington County to meet a man in Ohio.
The Ohio Parole Board is recommending mercy for an obese death row inmate based on claims raising doubts about his legal representation, not about his weight.