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Just because summer’s warm and wild nights are coming to an end doesn’t mean the rock ‘n roll fun has to stop when autumn arrives. Kick off your fall concert season with these five shows that are sure to be among the best fall concerts in Pittsburgh.
PITTSBURGH (93-7 THE FAN) — For 37 young hockey players, the first step on their path to the NHL concluded Saturday at CONSOL Energy Center with the annual Penguins Developmental Camp Scrimmage.
PITTSBURGH (93-7 THE FAN) — Wide receiver Mike Washington still fondly remembers the first season for the Pittsburgh Power in the Arena Football League, even though it didn’t end the way they wanted. Maybe that’s because much has happened in the two years since he’d just as soon forget.
The Penguins will open the 2013-14 season at home on CONSOL Energy Center ice on Oct. 3 against the New Jersey Devils.
People are doing what they can to beat the heat as Pittsburgh braces for a week of hot days.
Consol Energy Center has played host to some big names in music. Now, another one is coming in October.
The Pittsburgh Penguins won’t have much time to dwell upon what could have been as the preseason will open up in a couple of months.
It’s a big weekend of events in our area, but some tunnel closures may make it difficult to get to them.
There is no shortage of excitement for Pittsburgh sports fans.
If you are heading to any of the major events this weekend in our town, it’s probably less than encouraging to learn that PennDOT is closing two tunnels.
The Pens knocked out the Ottawa Senators in the second series of the playoffs, which means fans will have more opportunities to watch them play.
The crowds that have been gathering outside CONSOL Energy Center to watch Penguins’ playoff games on the big screen have gotten so large that the organization has decided to make the screen even bigger.
PITTSBURGH (93-7 THE FAN) — For the Pittsburgh Power (2-5), meeting the Tampa Bay Storm (5-3) at CONSOL Energy Center for a 7:00 kickoff tonight will be like looking in a mirror. Literally, in fact.
Four-year-old Macin DeFazio and his parents arrived at CONSOL Energy Center Friday night ready to see their first Penguins’ game together as a family.