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Crystal Palace Player Of The Year: The Early Shortlist

With just a few games left in the season, Jake Newton takes a look at the candidates for this season’s Player of the Year award: 549 more words

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Is It Time For Barry Trotz to Tinker With the Third Line?

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The Caps trio of Brooks Laich, Eric Fehr, and Joel Ward, has remained largely intact since they were put together on December 2nd. 445 more words

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Video: Del Zotto, Flyers edge Capitals

Michael Del Zotto scored the game-winner with 4:13 remaining in the third as the Philadelphia Flyers edged the Washington Capitals 3-2 Sunday afternoon.

Claude Giroux and Wayne Simmonds had the other Flyers goals. 141 more words

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VIDEO: Jonny Williams Can't Stop Smiling After Returning To Training

After four months out through injury, Jonny Williams returned to training this week, and seemingly can’t stop smiling as a result.

Having been out of action since being cynically chopped down whilst playing for Ipswich against Watford earlier in the season, Wiliams’ rehabilitation program has been a long one, but now, after suffering a minor setback at the turn of the year, he’s back and apparently feeling as good as ever. 188 more words

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Penguins let emotions get the better of them in loss to Capitals

In a tied game, third period, on home ice, the Pittsburgh Penguins seemed more interested in retribution at times, after Washington Capitals star Alex Ovechkin caught Kris Letang… 231 more words

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Video: Ovechkin catches Letang with nasty slash

Emotions started to boil over between the Pittsburgh Penguins and Washington Capitals, after Alex Ovechkin caught Kris Letang with a wicked slash to the back of the leg early in the third period of Tuesday’s game. 183 more words

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VIDEO: Joniesta Back In Training, Palace Fans Rejoice

Having been out of the first-team picture for what feels like an eternity, Jonny Williams is back and looking as sharp as ever.

Whilst the focus has been on the central midfield trio of Mile Jedinak, James McArthur and Joe Ledley since Alan Pardew’s arrival at the turn of the year, Williams’ potential return to the first-team set-up will no doubt excite a great number of Palace fans, with the diminutive academy graduate proving to be one of the most popular players at the club in recent years. 162 more words

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