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Penguins European prospect Oskar Sundqvist thinking big, small

Oskar Sundqvist realized he would need some time to adjust to playing hockey in North America.

Just about every player who comes from Europe does. 654 more words

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Former Penguin Troy Loney's passion meshes with wife's acumen to run junior hockey team

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio — He’s Windows, she’s Mac.

He’s hockey and business, she’s business with a strong interest in education.

Together, they could be the new power couple of Ohio’s Mahoning Valley. 1,192 more words

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Penguins prospect Zlobin sparkles in clutch

LONDON, Ontario — No fewer than 172 players were drafted before the Penguins spent a sixth-round selection on Anton Zlobin in 2012.

It’s not all that hard to understand why. 525 more words


Penguins prospects attempt to impress

For some young players, the prospects tournament that begins today might be the final stop before they begin taking regular shifts at a drive-through window. 630 more words

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Some Ravens Players Say Win Over Steelers Was For Ray Rice

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Ray Rice may be indefinitely suspended by the NFL, but he’s apparently still in the minds of several members of the Baltimore Ravens. 261 more words


Philly Newspapers, Guardian US file lawsuit with ACLU to reveal drugs used for upcoming execution

By Joshua Albert

Today the ACLU on behalf of Philadelphia City Paper, along with The Philadelphia Inquirer, Pittsburgh Post- Gazette, and GuardianUS,  filed a lawsuit… 293 more words


Sidney Crosby dealing with changes

He is not, Sidney Crosby admits, particularly fond of change.

He prefers things to be stable and familiar and predictable.

But he also understands that failure and disappointment have a price. 746 more words