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Noreen ready to make leap from juniors to pros

ORLANDO, FLA – As Orlando Solar Bears President and C.E.O. Jason Siegel was introducing new head coach Anthony Noreen to the media and corporate sponsors, he related a story about how Noreen’s USHL team in Youngstown, Ohio had met a team with a relative of a Solar Bears family member on its roster. 1,122 more words

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Is GMJR Done Wheelin & Dealin?

Tuesday’s trade may have caught many off-guard, however there were still quite a few who expected that one of Kunitz, Scuderi or Sutter would be moved before the start of the upcoming season. 537 more words

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The Pitt Blog's Take on The Sutter Trade and the Eric Fehr Signing

The other day Penguins GM Jim Rutherford continued his “re-tool” of the Penguins by trading away, fan scape-goat, Brandon Sutter and a Conditional 2016 3rd Round Draft pick for (F)Nick Bonino, (D)Adam Clendening and a 2016 2nd Round Draft Pick. 1,548 more words

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Dubas: Orlando fits right in with Toronto plans

ORLANDO, FLA – In two years as affiliates, the Orlando Solar Bears and the Toronto Maple Leafs have formed one of the best working relationships in professional hockey. 1,245 more words

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Have the Penguins Problems Been Fixed?

Despite all the talk, by media and fans, about the Penguins big four needing to be split up, General Manger Jim Rutherford brushed off all of that and proved to everyone that he could better this team without moving one or more of Malkin, Crosby, Fleury or Letang. 878 more words

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The Penguins Would Like Cap Relief, But It May Not Happen.

The Penguins find themselves with roughly $6 million to work with in Free Agency. While there are ways they can make that stretch a good bit the most ideal thing for them to do is dump at least one of their three bad contracts and get some relief. 1,024 more words

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NHL Free Agency...Who is Still Available for The Penguins to Sign?

Roughly nine hours in to the 2015 NHL Free Agency period and many of the players who hit the market have already found new homes. So who is left for the Penguins to look at signing? 501 more words

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