Monday, May 20, 2013
Check here frequently for news and opinions on the second-round series.
The Pittsburgh Penguins' journey to a possible fourth Stanley Cup title and second in the past five years began with an NHL playoffs game on May 1 at CONSOL Energy Center in Pittsburgh. Today, the Penguins need nine more postseason wins in order to raise the cup, including two more against their second-round opponent—the Ottawa Senators. Second-Round Schedule Tuesday, May 14 - Pittsburgh 4, Ottawa 1 (Recap | Box Score) Friday, May 17 - Pittsburgh 4, Ottawa 3 (Recap | Box Score) Sunday, May 19 - Ottawa 2, Pittsburgh 1 (2OT) (Recap | Box Score) Wednesday, May 22 - Pittsburgh 7, Ottawa 3 (Recap | Box Score) Friday, May 24 - Ottawa at Pittsburgh - 7:30 p.m. (TV: NBC Sports Network) Sunday, May 26 - Pittsburgh at Ottawa - Time TBD (if necessary…
Tuesday, May 7, 2013
Game 4 was on Long Island on Tuesday night. See how media and fans are covering and reacting to the series.
Tuesday, November 20, 2012
Jon Kostial enjoys the opportunity to play in the highly competitive North American Hockey League.
Fans of “Slap Shot” know that a good portion of the legendary hockey comedy was filmed not too far away, in the Cambria County community of Johnstown. The appearance of the city – tucked into a valley at the confluence of the Conemaugh, Little Conemaugh and Stonycreek rivers – hasn’t changed all that much since the mid-1970s. Its residents still sport the same type of blue-collar work ethic that was prevalent when Paul Newman, Strother Martin and other Holywood types converged on the town for its biggest dose of publicity since the Great Flood of 1889. Moon Township resident Jon Kostial still was a long way from being born when “Slap Shot” hit the silver screen, but he certainly is familiar with its legacy. And that’s one of the reasons …
Monday, July 11, 2011
"It's the ultimate Pittsburgh sports package," says Dennis Gilfoyle, president of Junior Achievement of Western Pennsylvania.
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Monday, July 11, 2011
Junior Achievement of Western Pennsylvania, an organization dedicated to inspiring and preparing young people to succeed in a global economy, is sponsoring a raffle where the prize is a grown-up version of the "Golden Ticket." Junior Achievement has assembled an extraordinary prize for Pittsburgh sports fans. The winner of this fundraiser — determined by the Pennsylvania Lottery's evening Big 4 number on Sept. 1 — will receive a pair of tickets to each of the following attractions (except where noted): Raffle tickets will be sold by Junior Achievement through Aug. 31 for $50 each. Each ticket has four 4-digit numbers, meaning that every ticketholder has four chances to win. A limited number of tickets will be sold. They can be ordered …