Regardless of who’s in the lineup, the Pittsburgh Penguins just keep on winning – especially when they’re on home ice.
Thanks in large part to Sidney Crosby, a slew of injuries isn’t slowing down the Pittsburgh Penguins.
The Pittsburgh Steelers feel Mike Wallace and the Miami Dolphins are in the way.
Now that teams in opposite conferences are guaranteed two meetings per season, the San Jose Sharks may not mind seeing more of the Pittsburgh Penguins than they have in recent years.
The Tampa Bay Lightning have won the first two on a three-game homestand and are figuring out ways to earn goals without leading scorer Steven Stamkos.
Ben Roethlisberger played his best game of the season last week, and the Pittsburgh Steelers are back in the playoff hunt after a slow start.
Sidney Crosby has scored in each contest during the Pittsburgh Penguins’ winning streak, with his latest milestone helping the team stay hot.
After a disappointing showing in the playoffs, Marc-Andre Fleury’s season debut couldn’t have gone much better.
Winless through two games, the Pittsburgh Steelers are concerned but not ready to panic.
Following their 8-8 finish last season, Ben Roethlisberger figures to have his work cut out for him as he attempts to lead the Pittsburgh Steelers back to the playoffs.
Francisco Liriano’s return to prominence has been one of the reasons the Pittsburgh Pirates have the best pitching staff in baseball.
Pittsburgh will be all aglow Friday evening as Light-Up Night kicks off the holiday shopping season. Macy’s department store will continue a long-time tradition on the same night when it raises the curtain on this year’s window displays.
Lexus showman Zachary Schafer welcomed visitors to the new Lexus super sports car, the IFA, on display at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center. KDKA Money Editor Jon Delano was there to check out all the new models, from the economical to the luxury.
Pittsburghers will have a chance to see a preview of “The Dark Knight Rises,” which spent some time filming in the city earlier this year. All of the action won’t hit theaters until July of 2012, but you don’t have to wait that long to get a sneak peek.
Nine playoff spots, to say nothing of several conference championships, are still up for grabs in the final week of the 2011 WPIAL football regular season. Here’s what to look for…