On June 11, the Pittsburgh Penguins shut out the Nashville Predators in a 2-0 victory and won the Stanley Cup for the fifth time in franchise history. This is the second year in a row that the Pens have won the trophy, and an estimated 650,000 Pittsburghers turned out to celebrate today with a parade that stretched from Liberty Avenue, winding through Downtown and ending in Point State Park.
Jacob Hebda & Adam Lindner 10/04/2018 Hours before the new NHL season began with four games on Wednesday evening, the league’s Department of Player Safety announced that Capitals forward Tom Wilson had been suspended for […]
By Adam Kelly | The Duquesne Duke This year’s incoming freshman class is the largest in Duquesne’s history, surpassing last year’s mark by 24 students. The class of 2017, which moved in on Tuesday, is […]
Bryanna McDermott | The Duquesne Duke The 2016 Stanley Cup Champion Pittsburgh Penguins have a problem, a goalie problem. Championship teams in every sport often have difficulty retaining players for financial reasons and Marc-Andre Fleury […]