Pittsburgh Penguins Captain Sidney Crosby And Teammates Hit The Ice With The 'Little Penguins'Sidney Crosby is once again taking part in the annual Little Penguins skate in Cranberry.
US Women’s National Hockey Team To Host Canadian Team For Training Camp In Cranberry Twp.The U.S. Women's National Hockey Team will host the Canadian Women’s National Team at Cranberry's UPMC Lemieux Sports Complex for two exhibition games.
Penguins Announce Training Camp Schedule, RostersThe Penguins announced their 2019 training camp schedule and roster.
Pittsburgh Penguins Clean Out Lockers As 2019 Season Comes To A CloseThe Penguins reflected one final time on the 2019 season and for some, they address their future with the team.
'The Milk Shake Factory' Opening New Location In Cranberry Twp.The Milk Shake Factory is expanding to the north.
Sid & The Kids: Youth Hockey Players Get To Go Skating With Crosby, TeammatesA group of children got the chance to skate with Sidney Crosby and some of the other Pittsburgh Penguins players at the UPMC Lemieux Sports Complex in Cranberry Township on Monday.
National Women's Hockey League's Best Excited For All-Star WeekendThe National Women's Hockey League's biggest stars will put their skills on display during this weekend's All-Star Game.
Kris Letang And Son Participate In "Skating For Little Hearts"A Pittsburgh Penguin spent his Sunday on the ice with some special kids.
Gary Roberts To Oversee Sports Performance Center At UPMC Lemieux Sports ComplexThe Penguins announced Gary Roberts will “oversee the philosophy and off-ice training regimen” at the Sports Performance Center at the UPMC Lemieux Sports Complex in Cranberry.
Lemieux, Romoff Break Ground For New UPMC Lemieux Sports Complex In Cranberry Twp.With shovels at the end of hockey sticks, Penguins' owner Mario Lemieux and UPMC's CEO Jeffrey Romoff joined others to turn dirt Wednesday afternoon for the new UPMC Lemieux Sports Complex in Cranberry Township.
Penguins, UPMC Pick Alternate Site For New Complex In Cranberry The Pittsburgh Penguins and the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center have decided on an alternate site for a $70 million sports medicine complex north of the city.