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Stanley's Sequel
Stanley's Sequel (4 Formats) ›
By Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Trade Paper Price 14.95

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ISBN 9781629373560

Published Jul 2017

Back-to-back Stanley Cup champions. No NHL team this century could stake that claim. Until the Pittsburgh Penguins topped the Nashville Predators in the 2017 Final to bring Lord Stanley home for the second consecutive season. In their 50th NHL season, the Penguins overcame adversity en route to the franchise's fifth Stanley Cup. Key players, including Kris Letang and goalie Matt Murray, missed time due to injuries and the team played a compressed schedule. But led by Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin, Pittsburgh finished with 111 points, the second-most in the NHL. In the eastern conference playoffs, the Penguins prevailed over the Columbus Blue Jackets and Presidents' Trophy-winning Washington Capitals before topping Ottawa in a thrilling seven-game series reach the Stanley Cup Final. Filled with stunning full-color photography and expert reporting from the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Stanley's Sequel captures the Penguins' exciting journey, from the preseason to their Stadium Series in over the Flyers at Heinz Field to Chris Kunitz's goal in the second overtime of Game 7 against Ottawa and the final seconds against the Predators. This commemorative edition also includes in-depth profiles of Crosby, Malkin, head coach Mike Sullivan, veteran goalie Mark-Andre Fleury and other Penguins stars.
Striking Gold
Striking Gold (4 Formats) ›
By Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Trade Paper Price 14.95

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ISBN 9781629372204

Published Jul 2016

In their run to the 2016 Stanley Cup, the Pittsburgh Penguins showed a work ethic that matched the city in which they play. Near the bottom of the standings in December, the Penguins replaced head coach Mike Johnston with Mike Sullivan. Led by superstar Sidney Crosby, veteran Evgeni Malkin, and new addition Phil Kessel, Pittsburgh overcame this initial adversity to finish the regular season with 104 points, third-best in the Eastern Conference. In a thrilling postseason, the Penguins prevailed over the New York Rangers, Presidents' Trophy–winning Washington Capitals, and defending Eastern Conference champion Tampa Bay Lightning to reach the Stanley Cup Final. Packed with stunning photography and expert analysis from the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Striking Gold takes fans through the Penguins' amazing journey, from a closed door meeting in November to Bryan Rust's thrilling goal to win Game 7 against the Lightning to the final minutes against the Sharks. This special commemorative book also includes in-depth profiles of Crosby, Kessel, Sullivan, goalie Marc-Andre Fleury, and other Penguins stars.
Revival by the River
Revival by the River (4 Formats) ›
By Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Trade Paper Price 14.95

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ISBN 9781600789687

Published Oct 2013

The 2013 Pittsburgh Pirates advanced to the postseason for the first time in 20 years. Loyal fans who stood by their team through two decades of losing seasons, including late-season collapses in 2011 and 2012, finally have reason to be optimistic. They can celebrate the team’s amazing season as manager Clint Hurdle led Andrew McCutchen, a recovered Jason Grilli, Garrett Jones, and the rest of the Bucs in their attempt to reach the World Series. This full-color pictorial keepsake is packed with unique stories and images from Pittsburgh’s largest daily newspaper, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
Steel City
Steel City ›
Edited by Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Price 14.99


ISBN 9781617497971

Published Mar 2009

Long one of America's favorite teams since their heyday in the 1970s, the Pittsburgh Steelers reasserted themselves in the 2000s with a pair of Super Bowl victories that pushed the franchise to a record-breaking six in total. Players like Ben Roethlisberger, Troy Polamalu, and Hines Ward endeared themselves to Steeler Nation by performing big in both games and maintaining a thread of continuity and excellence that won over a new generation of a fans. Meanwhile powerful personalities like Bill Cowher and Jerome Bettis loomed large in Super Bowl XL, before passing the torch to the likes of Mike Tomlin, James Harrison and Santonio Holmes, who ensured their places in Steeler lore with outstanding performances in Super Bowl XLIII. Steel City celebrates one of the great franchises in pro sports and focuses on their resurgence in the last five years fired by hard-nosed coaches, gritty players, and a unique stability provided by ownership that is the envy of every other team in the league.
Super Six
Super Six (2 Formats) ›
Edited by Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Trade Paper Price 14.95

Trade Paper, PDF

ISBN 9781600782978

Published Feb 2009

Less than three days after the Pittsburgh Steelers won Super Bowl XLIII, 27-23 against the Arizona Cardinals, Super Six: The Steelers’ Record-Setting Super Bowl Season by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette will begin hitting stores in Steelers territory by Wed., Feb. 4. Super Six will be the first Steelers’ commemorative keepsake book to hit bookstores throughout the Pennsylvania region. Packed with hundreds of photographs and stories from the award-winning staff of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Super Six is the only book on the market that can boast the same quality that has come to define the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
Pittsburgh Lives
Pittsburgh Lives (2 Formats) ›
By Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Cloth Price 16.95

Cloth, PDF

ISBN 9781572439009

Published Sep 2006

Taking readers on a unique journey through the 20th century in the Steel City, Pittsburgh Lives reveals the characters that left indelible marks on the western Pennsylvania city’s history. It’s not just legendaries such as Andy Warhol, Andrew Carnegie or Roberto Clemente who have defined Pittsburgh. It is also the unknown, personal contributions of individuals who have inspired, stunned and amused us while building up Pittsburgh along the banks of the Allegheny, Monongahela and Ohio Rivers. Explore the struggles of labor workers, the innovation of authors and artists, the dedication of activists and city officials, and the actions of fellow Pittsburghers whose feats were never recorded by history books until now.