Pittsburghers Party In The Streets, Celebrate Stanley Cup Champion PenguinsThe Stanley Cup is coming back to Pittsburgh and fans were out and about Sunday to celebrate!
Pens To Host Game 6 Watch Party Inside Consol Energy CenterThe Pittsburgh Penguins will be hosting a watch party inside Consol Energy Center on Sunday.
Sanitation Crews Clean Up Big Mess At Big Screens After Game 5 LossRoughly 20,000 fans watched Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Final on two big screens set up in Pittsburgh Thursday night.
Championship Hockey Means Crowds And Dollars For Local BusinessesHours before game time, people gathered in front of the big screen, a sign this Stanley Cup Final game is bringing more people, and money, than ever to the Fifth Avenue business corridor.
Pittsburgh Police, Local Restaurant Owners Preparing For Stanley Cup Final Game 5 NightIt has been decades since one of Pittsburgh’s pro teams has had the chance to clinch a championship at home.
Local Business Booming During Penguins' Stanley Cup RunExcitement on the ice translates into a windfall of cash for local businesses.
Fans Catch Stanley Cup Final Fever, Ready To Watch Pens Take On SharksGame 1 of the Stanley Cup Final is here and everyone is ready.
Loud Fans, Electric Atmosphere Propel Penguins To Game 7 VictoryIt was an unforgettable night for the Pittsburgh Penguins and their fans on Thursday, and the atmosphere at CONSOL Energy Center was electric.
Shawn Michaels: 'I'm Blown Away' By Pittsburgh's Big HeartShawn Michaels has been blown away at the warm reception he's received from fans of the Pittsburgh Penguins.
Penguins’ Long Playoff Run Means Big Money For CityA longer Penguins’ season means extra money for the City of Pittsburgh.
Round Two Playoff Tickets For Penguins Go On Sale At NoonYou have a chance to root on the Penguins in person during their Round 2 series against Washington.
Pittsburgh Celebrates Penguins' Victory Over RangersFor the past two seasons, the New York Rangers have eliminated the Penguins from the Stanley Cup Playoffs, but not Saturday, and that gave fans a reason to cheer.