Guentzel stars for Pens as they go for sweep

Guentzel celebrates Game 3 GW

Penguins rookie winger Jake Guentzel celebrates his game-winning goal against Columbus on Sunday

Penguins rookie Jake Guentzel embraces high stakes, gritty play, writes Bill West.

On the Chipped Ice A.M. edition, a resurgent Marc-Andre Fleury has no time for nostalgia, writes Jonathan Bombulie.

Rust scores on CBJ

Penguins winger Bryan Rust pushes the puck off the stick of Columbus forward Brandon Saad

My column on how the fourth win is the toughest to clinch a series.

Daley and Maatta

Olli Maatta and Trevor Daley are 1-2 on the Penguins’ ice-time chart, each averaging around 22 minutes in the playoffs

Penguins defensemen Trevor Daley and Olli Maatta hit the ground running in returning from injuries, writes Jonathan Bombulie.

Zach Werenski

Zach Werenski celebrated his first-period goal against the Penguins in Game 3…

… but a puck to the face has knocked him out of the playoffs

In the Penguins notebook, Bombulie writes that Columbus lost top defenseman Zach Werenski for the rest of the playoffs.

Brandon Dubinsky game-tying goal in Game 3

Brandon Dubinsky scored the tying goal in Game 3 but his line allowed three goals

In Three Periods, Bill West writes about the Brandon Dubinsky line getting mixed results.

Crosby pulls Jenner off Malkin

A Chaz Palla photo gallery from the Penguins’ 5-4 overtime victory in Game 3.


Dan Rooney scoreboard

Funeral service for Rooney: ‘We’re going to give Dan a tremendous sendoff,’ writes Jerry DiPaola.

Steelers fans visit Heinz Field for Rooney

Randall Collins of the North Side sheds a tear after visiting the Champions Club at Heinz Field for the public viewing of the late Steelers chairman Dan Rooney

Scores visited Heinz Field to pay respects to Dan Rooney, writes Chris Adamski and Jerry DiPaola.


Ivan Nova pitches eight strong innings but Bucs lose to Cardinals, writes Rob Biertempfel.

In the Pirates notebook, Biertempfel writes that Gregory Polanco is ‘happy to be healthy’ and drives in the lone run in the loss.


Troy Simons 3

Troy Simons averaged an NJCAA-best 26.3 points a game this past season at Polk State College

Junior-college transfer Troy Simons, a former Pitt commit, signs with New Mexico, writes Jerry DiPaola.

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