Brad Puskar

Class of 2020


  • An atrocity exhibition: Penguins struggle in November

    The Pittsburgh Penguins were unable to come up with any points for a second straight game on Saturday, as they lost to the Philadelphia Flyers by four goals to two. After a strong start that featured another Sidney Crosby goal, as well as Riley Sheahan’s second goal in three games, the Pens could not score in the third period, and the Flyers took home a decisive victory.

    Sports | December 3, 2018
  • Pirates should look to pillage great free agent market

    The 2018 Major League Baseball free agents include superstars like Bryce Harper, Patrick Corbin, or Manny Machado. Normally, players like those three bounce around the top of the league, but rumors say that teams that spent their time during the 2018 season at the bottom could attempt to make a big move to increase their chances of making it to the postseason next year.

    Sports | November 12, 2018
  • World Series: the Red Sox complete their stellar season

    The 2018 World Series was an unusual one. Normally, you would see an underdog against a more established power in the baseball world, but this year, nothing shocking happened in the playoffs. The best teams with the best hitters and the best pitchers made it to the Fall Classic. The Los Angeles Dodgers, just a year removed from losing the World Series to the Houston Astros, faced the Boston Red So...

    Sports | November 5, 2018
  • Penguins stay perfect in four games in western Canada

    The Pittsburgh Penguins improved to 6–1–2 on Sunday night after a 5-0 shutout win in Vancouver. The Pens went into their Canadian road trip with several questions about the team’s overall strength and ability to play a 2-way defensive game, but, after winning all four games of the 11-day trip, most of those questions have been put to bed.

    Sports | October 29, 2018
  • Pens win sloppy opener vs. Caps

    Two seasons ago, the Pittsburgh Penguins and Washington Capitals met in January. The Penguins scored six goals in the second period and one in the third, with Evgeni Malkin racking up a hat-trick. It had all the makings of a blowout, but the Capitals had a nearly equal offensive output that night, racking up seven goals of their own over the three periods of play. Then, a winger for the Pens, Conn...

    Sports | October 8, 2018