I have to get this out there before tonight’s home game…
This could possibly be the most important post I make all season. If you’ve been to a game since the second half of last season, you will probably understand why.
The “WOO” has become the most annoying thing to overtake Pens games. Even more annoying than the wave. It sta [...]
On Thursday, November 18th, Art Vandelay and I had a chance to see some Pens in a little off-ice action. Fidelity Bank welcomed Brooks Orpik and Tyler Kennedy to their newest location at new McCandless Crossing development off of McKnight Road in the North Hills.
For the first hour, Orpik and Kennedy mingled with a smaller group of fans in a [...]
As the holidays approach, it’s always nice to be reminded that the boys we watch throw big hits and sometimes pummel other players also have big hearts. And, that the team who is throwing advertisements and sponsorships at us right and left, does some good too.
In August, Max Talbot and Mike Rupp visited devastated areas of Haiti with team C [...]
Pens’ fans breathed a collective sigh of relief yesterday compliments of this blog post by Seth Rorabaugh:
An apology – 11-08-10
Monday, November 08, 2010 06:26 PM Written by Seth Rorabaugh
Last week, I posted an entry on thepensblog.com that gave the false impression that Post-Gazette management was considering eliminating the Em [...]
In case you haven’t heard by now, a Pens fan favorite is in trouble. Late Thursday night, Seth Rorabaugh made the announcement via Twitter that the future of his Empty Netters blog is in jeopardy. While he did not reveal the reason, he did say that he has a meeting with some of the Pittsburgh Post Gazette management on Monday about the futu [...]
If you follow us on Twitter, you have already seen these pictures. Or you might have seen the tweets on our Twitter feed on the right hand side of our site. But, since I’m sure some of you are wondering what Twitter is or cursing it as you read this, I’m posting it here as well.
Phil Krundle, Reg Dunlop, Champ Kind, and their b [...]