Pittsburgh sits atop them all as the repeat champs, while Nashville rises up after its big playoff run
The Stanley Cup winning Pittsburgh Penguins do plan to visit the White House if asked, despite team executives’ ties to Democrat politics. It is traditional that college and professional championship teams meet with whoever the president...Show More Summary
Pittsburgh traded down in order to acquire Reaves. The Pittsburgh Penguins wanted to get more physical, and they’ve added forward Ryan Reaves from the St. Louis Blues to do it. On Friday, the Penguins acquired Reaves and the No. 51 overall pick in the 2017 NHL Entry Draft from the Blues in exchange for center Oskar Sundqvist and the No. Show More Summary
We can’t handle this. Marc-Andre Fleury’s exit from Pittsburgh to Vegas in the NHL expansion draft was all but inevitable, but Evgeni Malkin just can’t let go. Ahead of the announcement at the NHL Awards on Wednesday, the Penguins star...Show More Summary
Canadian pop singer Justin Bieber takes a lot of heat for his bandwagon sports fandom. The latest backlash came late last month after the Biebs posted a selfie wearing a Pittsburgh Penguins jersey after Game 1 of the 2017 Stanley Cup Finals. This time the criticism was so harsh that the Biebs felt compelled to […]
The Pittsburgh Penguins hired Mike Buckley their new goaltending coach after Mike Bales left to take the same job with Carolina
The 6-year-old daughter of a Pittsburgh sports radio host got one heck of a surprise Saturday when she opened her family home’s front door to find the Penguins’ equipment manager with the Stanley Cup. I haven't cried much through Darran's cancer. When they surprised our 6yo, hockey and Pens crazy daughter with a Stanley Cup […]
Celebrations are continuing in Pittsburgh at the start of the new season.
With a 3-1 win in Game 6 in San Jose, the Pittsburgh Penguins won the Stanley Cup Final to capture their fourth championship in franchise history.
The Pittsburgh title fever from the Penguins is spreading to the Steelers. Steelers linebacker Ryan Shazier has his sights set on kicking the Patriots off their throne. On Thursday, ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler asked Shazier whether the Steelers...Show More Summary
The Pittsburgh Penguins will have to make their bid for a third straight Stanley Cup without some familiar faces
If you thought that young Pittsburgh Penguins fan we told you about yesterday was adorable, wait until you meet this tiny little Nashville Predators fan. Her name is Wrigley. Like her mom and dad, she’s a HUGE Predators fans, and when their team fell to Sidney Crosby and the Penguins in Game 6 of the […]
Things got nice and sloshy in Pittsburgh Wednesday -- where Penguins players and fans teamed up to chug beers right on the street during the Stanley Cup victory parade! Players like Trevor Daley and Ian Cole slammed brews on their pickup truck --…
It's sad we've had to come to this, but...
The Pittsburgh Penguins' Stanley Cup victory parade and rally drew an estimated 650,000 people on Wednesday
Pittsburgh Penguins players have greeted cheering fans while riding in pickup trucks, convertible cars and buses during a parade celebrating the Stanley Cup champions
Pittsburgh celebrates its second straight Stanley Cup with thousands of fans
Hundreds of fans line up along downtown Pittsburgh streets to celebrate the Penguins' Stanley Cup championship with parade
The Penguins are home and ready to party with fans after winning their second Stanley Cup in a row. Last year, the Penguins brought 400,000 fans to the city of Pittsburgh for their championship parade. It’s expected they may get more fans this year at their parade, which starts at 11 a.m. Show More Summary