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  • Penguins Preview: Vegas baby, Vegas

    by Jason McDermott

      The first ever meeting between the Pittsburgh Penguins and the Vegas Golden Knights goes down shortly after 10 PM in Sin City. When the puck drops the Pens will be staring across from a teammate that will stir the emotions on both sides from great moments dating back to as recent as last year. The Pens will line up against James Neal for the first time since the Cup Finals victory in Nashv…… Ok.  I’ll stop. The greatest goalie to ever don a Penguins sweater will slip between the pipes for his first crack at his old club...

  • SmackDown Live: Daniel Bryan steps in

    by Jeff Bridges

    With Clash of Champions right around the corner, SmackDown General Manager Daniel Bryan decides to firmly insert himself into new temporary role. Live from the US Bank Arena in Cincinnati, chaos began to unfold not only during the main event, but between SmackDown’s own management. With his partner and best friend Sami Zayn was defeated by one of their Clash of Champions opponents, Randy Orton, a week ago, Kevin Owens was looking for redemption against Orton’s partner, Shinsuke Nakamura. With their respective partners at ringside and...

  • Hixon: Steelers, let’s not do this against the Patriots

    by Shalene Hixon

    Let’s start this column off by saying this: I’m glad the Pittsburgh Steelers were able to pull off the win and clinch the AFC North on Sunday. It always feels good beating a divisional rival, especially the Baltimore Ravens. However, much like the past few weeks, I’ve found myself thinking the same thing once the game ended. Week 12’s last second field goal to beat the Green Bay Packers: “They can’t do this against the Patriots.” Week 13’s last second game-winning field goal against the Cincinnati...

Penguins Preview: Vegas baby, Vegas

Posted on: Dec 14 2017 - 11:12am | #0
In: Pittsburgh Penguins
Jason McDermott

  The first ever meeting between the Pittsburgh Penguins and the Vegas Golden Knights goes down shortly after 10 PM in Sin City. When the puck drops the Pens will be staring across from a teammate that will stir the emotions on both sides from great moments dating back to as recent as last year. The Pens will line up against James Neal for the first time since the Cup Finals victory in Nashv…… Ok.  I’ll stop. The greatest goalie to ever don a Penguins sweater will slip between the pipes for his first crack at his old club since Pittsburgh lost him in the expansion draft back in June. Marc Andre Fleury returned from a 25 game absence he to a concussion on Tuesday.  He made 35 saves in a 3-2 shootout loss to Carolina. It...

SmackDown Live: Daniel Bryan steps in

Posted on: Dec 13 2017 - 11:54pm | #0
In: WWE
Jeff Bridges

With Clash of Champions right around the corner, SmackDown General Manager Daniel Bryan decides to firmly insert himself into new temporary role. Live from the US Bank Arena in Cincinnati, chaos began to unfold not...

Hixon: Steelers, let’s not do this against the Patriots

Let’s start this column off by saying this: I’m glad the Pittsburgh Steelers were able to pull off the win and clinch the AFC North on Sunday. It always feels good beating a divisional rival, especially the Baltimore Ravens. However, much like the past few weeks, I’ve found myself thinking the same thing once the game ended. Week 12’s last...

Posted on: Dec 12 2017 - 3:41pm | #0
In: Pittsburgh Steelers
Shalene Hixon
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