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Boulders Beach, Cape Town, South Africa

Boulders Beach is famous for being home to a breeding colony of over 2,000 African penguins. In fact, it is nearby Foxy Beach that is used exclusively by penguins and is therefore more popular with the birds. 19 more words


Canada Wins World Cup, Crosby Named MVP Of Tournament

TORONTO (AP) – Brad Marchand scored a short-handed goal with 43.1 seconds left and Canada beat Team Europe 2-1 on Thursday night to win the World Cup of Hockey. 647 more words


COLUMN: Captain Crosby Crushes Competition

I don’t know what impressed me more, the complete alliteration of this title or what the NHL’s, or for that matter the WORLD’S, best player reaffirmed on Thursday night. 625 more words


Preseason Game 1: Hawks Fall to Tuxedos (Penguins), 2-0


The Hawks dropped their preseason opener to the Penguins, by a score of 2-0. Hats off to the young Pittsburgh goalie Tristan Jarry, who was solid in net for the Pens and probably the reason they won. 666 more words


2016 Penguins Preview: Defenseman

I feel it. You can feel it. The electricity is in the air from the Pittsburgh Penguins’ transition into the upcoming title defense season. How can you defend a Cup without you’re defense? 1,140 more words


Pair free Buddy the endangered African penguin, who has never been in the sea and is almost certain to die

On Sept. 22, two men drove up to the wall of the oceanarium at Bayworld, a conservation and research facility for marine animals in Port Elizabeth, South Africa. 608 more words


Kunitz's 2 Goals Lift Penguins Over Blackhawks 2-0

CHICAGO (AP) – Chris Kunitz scored two third-period goals in the defending Stanley Cup Champion Pittsburgh Penguins’ 2-0 exhibition victory over the Chicago Blackhawks on Wednesday night. 65 more words