Pittsburgh can support an MLS team, Terrelle Pryor moving to wideout, Malkin and the Pens.
The Pittsburgh Riverhounds return to league business tomorrow with a vital USL Eastern Conference clash against F.C. Montreal at Highmark Stadium. Kickoff is at 7 p.m.
The Hounds remain inside the playoff positions with a 4-4-4 record (16 points) despite failing to win either of the two previous league games this month. Saint Louis F.C. scored a late equalizer at Highmark Stadium on June 6 to nick a 1-1 tie before Charlotte Independence toppled Mark Steffens’ side last Saturday by 2-1.
F.C. Montreal (1-8-2, five points) travels south of the border on a 5-game winless streak and with the poorest offensive record in the USL. The Canadians prop up the Eastern Conference although results have not been as bad as a cursory glance at the standings suggests.
Philippe Eullaffroy’s young team held the Richmond Kickers to a scoreless tie in Virginia last weekend. They handed the Charleston Battery its only loss of the year on May 14 and have twice been edged by a single goal by the league leading Rochester Rhinos.