Pittsburgh Penguins fans are feeling a range of emotions from shock to anger and defeat.
The Steelers are hosting their annual Fan Blitz celebration on Saturday, May 10.
Fans were forced to bite their nails Monday night as the Pittsburgh Penguins held on for a 4-3 win over the Columbus Blue Jackets to win the series 4-2.
The Columbus Blue Jackets were 27th out of 30 NHL teams in home attendance during the regular season.
Steelers’ fans, in the past, have paid the same price for a ticket no matter if it was the pre-season, regular season or a game against a high-quality opponent.
Fans arrive early, as the players limber up. The threat of rain is not enough to keep them away from Pittsburgh’s newest band of heroes.
Fans of I.C. Light and Iron City Beer will be all smiles this baseball season when heading to a Pirates game.
Now that the NCAA has spoken, the Oakland Zoo is going on the road to Florida.
While the focus at CONSOL Energy Center was on the ice Friday night, thoughts were with the one defenseman whose absence was felt by fans who earlier in the day learned of Kris Letang’s stroke.
Is it because every team in the city is equally loved and supported, with sellouts stretching back decades, through good seasons and bad?
As soon as Penn State University made it official, callers began lighting up the phone lines this morning on 93-7 The Fan, ready to give their opinions on the new head coach of the Nittany Lions.
Both Penn State fans and rivals are reacting to the Associated Press report that Nittany Lions’ coach Bill O’Brien has agreed to become head coach of the NFL’s Houston Texans.
The Steelers’ 2013 season came to an end during a crazy day of football on Sunday.
Like any die-hard Steeler fan, those faithful to the black and gold ventured to Heinz Field Sunday afternoon ready for what turned out to be a win against the Cleveland Browns.
It’s is a conundrum of epic proportions, a simple choice with no easy answer.