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  • Friday's local multi-sport roundup: Rising Berkeley seventh-grade girl wins VSGA age-group golf crown

    Golf: Kelly Salamy, 12, of Williamsburg shot a 3-under-par 63 in the second round to win the girls age 12-13 crown in the Virginia State Golf Association Youth Championship this week in Chesterfield County. Salamy, entering seventh grade at Berkeley...
  • Flyers' Timonen hospitalized with blood clots in lungs, leg

    Flyers defenseman Kimmo Timonen was in stable condition in a Finland hospital after blood clots were found in both of his lungs and his right calf, general manager Ron Hextall said Tuesday. Hextall said the team believes it could be a "long-term...
  • New arena will also bring big-time hoops to downtown Allentown

     
    Very excited about this. Penn State and Drexel will be playing at the PPL Center in December and I have a feeling many more top college attractions are coming to our new arena. This is great news for the entire basketball community, including our high...
  • Top defensemen prospects looking for opportunity

     Top defensemen prospects looking for opportunity
    It's no secret the Blackhawks currently sit a couple of million dollars above the NHL's salary cap. Team management knows it, fans know it and players vying for spots on the 2014-15 squad know it. That means at some point before the season begins, there...
  • Blackhawks hopefuls on display at prospects camp

    Blackhawks hopefuls on display at prospects camp
    Players from near and far have gathered in Chicago for the Blackhawks' annual prospects camp, all with the goal of catching the eye of the team's hierarchy to advance their hockey careers. After nearly a week of sessions that will give 62 of the...
  • NHL roundup: Canadiens, Subban have arbitration hearing

    The Sports Xchange NHL roundup: Canadiens, Subban have arbitration hearing The Montreal Canadiens and restricted free agent P.K. Subban went to salary arbitration on Friday after the two sides were unable to strike a deal by the 9 a.m. ET deadline....
  • Stars re-sign F Glennie

    The Sports Xchange Stars re-sign F Glennie The Dallas Stars re-signed forward Scott Glennie to a one-year, two-way contract on Thursday. Glennie, 23, has spent the past three seasons with the Texas Stars of the AHL. He had a career-high 15 goals and 28...
  • Phantoms take PPL Center ice on October 1 in preseason game

    Phantoms take PPL Center ice on October 1 in preseason game
    The puck will finally drop for professional hockey in Allentown for the first time on Wednesday, Oct. 1 when the Lehigh Valley Phantoms host their first-ever preseason game at the new PPL Center in downtown Allentown. The Phantoms released their three-...
  • NHL roundup: Wild, Fontaine settle on two-year deal

    The Sports Xchange NHL roundup: Wild, Fontaine settle on two-year deal The Minnesota Wild avoided an arbitration hearing with Justin Fontaine and signed the forward to a two-year contract on Tuesday. Fontaine's agent, Neil Sheehy, said the deal was...
  • Phantoms unearth creature from Dime Bank Building vault

    Phantoms unearth creature from Dime Bank Building vault
    From deep in the basement of the Dime Bank Building on 7th Street in downtown Allentown, the Lehigh Valley Phantoms have apparently found their mascot. Dave Raymond, the original "best friend" of the Phillie Phanatic, helped officials of the area's new...
  • Phantoms owners may buy Steel Ice Center in Bethlehem

    The $177 million PPL Center hasn't even opened, but the Lehigh Valley Phantoms owners are already looking to expand — sort of. Jim and Rob Brooks are in talks to buy Steel Ice Center in Bethlehem. The addition of the two-rink facility on former...