Pens lose to Blue Jackets; Farewell, Mr. Rooney; Marte suspended

William Karlsson goal overhead

Columbus’ William Karlsson and Matt Calvert celebrates the Blue Jackets’ early third-period goal

The Penguins started slow again and fell to Columbus in Game 4, writes Jonathan Bombulie.

On the Chipped Ice A.M. edition, Bombulie writes that the Penguins’ momentum was squashed by the second intermission in the Game 4 loss.

Boone Jenner celebrates Game 4 goal

Boone Jenner celebrates his third-period goal against the Penguins in Columbus’ 5-4 victory in Game 4

My column on how the Blue Jackets got to enjoy the sound of victory.

PLUS/MINUS (+/-): Bill West breaks down the Penguins’ Game 4 loss to Columbus.

Carter Rowney Game 4 CBJ

The Penguins’ Carter Rowney fights past Gabriel Carlsson for the puck

Check out Chaz Palla’s photo gallery from Game 4.

Nick Bonino wins Game 4 faceoff

Nick Bonino wins a faceoff in Game 4 against Columbus

In the Penguins notebook, Bombulie writes that Nick Bonino says his face is feeling ‘all right.’

FAREWELL, MR. ROONEY

President Obama leaves St. Paul Cathedral

President Obama leaves St. Paul Cathedral after funeral service for Steelers chairman Dan Rooney

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From Obama to Tagliabue, dignitaries say goodbye to Dan Rooney, writes Chris Adamski.

Dan Rooney at SVC

The late Steelers chairman Dan Rooney watching training camp practice at St. Vincent College

Dan Rooney’s death signals a ‘changing of the guard,’ writes Chris Togneri.

ON THE PIRATES

Starling Marte hits walk-off HR v Braves

Starling Marte hits a walkoff home run in the 10th inning against the Braves

MLB suspended Starling Marte for 80 games for testing positive for performance enhancing drugs, writes Rob Biertempfel.

Andrew McCutchen is back in centerfield and regained his swagger in the Pirates’ loss to the Cardinals, writes Biertempfel.

Biertempfel’s scouting report for Wednesday’s game against the Cardinals.

ON CAMPUS

ppg paints arena

PPG Paints Arena to host NCAA hockey, wrestling and volleyball championships, writes Jerry DiPaola.