PITTSBURGH (93-7 THE FAN/AP) — As badly as this past spring ended for the Penguins, what followed immediately could have been worse. They may have been embarrassed in another Stanley Cup quest, but thanks to general manager Ray Shero, they were not gutted.
Aces in baseball make a lot of money, especially when they hit the free agency market.
The Pittsburgh Penguins have acquired another forward via free agency.
The Pittsburgh Penguins have brought back an integral “piece” of their 2009 Stanley Cup championship team.
Bob Pompeani looked at the Penguins cap situation heading into the offseason with Mike Colligan of Forbes.com.
Free agent tight end Matt Spaeth is expected to sign a contract to rejoin the Steelers.
Steelers starting corner Keenan Lewis signed a 5-year, 26 million dollar contract with the New Orleans Saints today.
The Steelers better find a better running back. These three guys aren’t going to cut it.
The Pittsburgh Steelers have reportedly signed backup quarterback Bruce Gradkowski.
The Steelers have signed free agent Larry Foote to a three-year contract.
With no increase expected in the 2013 NFL salary cap, the Pittsburgh Steelers will likely see many of their most recognized and fan favored players on different teams or retired following the final regular season game against the Cleveland Browns on Sunday, December 30. Fans who are already depressed about the loss to the Cincinnati Bengals may be looking at even more tough times ahead.
CANONSBURG, P.A. (93-7 THE FAN) — The Arena Football League postponed the beginning of its free agency period due to Hurricane Sandy, but in the meantime, the Pittsburgh Power took advantage of the league’s “exclusive period” to ink several returnees to new deals.
Multiple media outlets are reporting that the Pittsburgh Penguins are still very much in the mix for free agent winger Shane Doan.
The summer of 2012 has been rather eventful for the Penguins, but there are still plenty of questions lingering as we head into the second week of July.
The Wild landed not one but both of the NHL’s top prizes in free agency, signing forward Zach Parise and defenseman Ryan Suter on Wednesday. Each deal is for 13 years and $98 million, according to three people familiar with the contracts who spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because the team did not release details.