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  • Ducks drop opener, 6-4, to Pittsburgh Penguins

    The sentiment of starting 21-year-old Ducks goalie John Gibson in his hometown seemed like a story penned by a romantic. Gibson ate dinner at home a night earlier, led his team onto the ice in front of sold-out Consol Energy Center and glanced up to...
  • Crosby, Dupuis lead Penguins over Ducks, 6-4, in opener

    In a win fit for opening night, Sidney Crosby scored twice, Pascal Dupuis registered a goal and three assists, and the revamped Penguins downed the Anaheim Ducks, 6-4, as hockey returned to Consol Energy Center on Thursday night. The club raced to a 3-...
  • Gymnast Donnell Whittenburg's tough call helps him to international stage

    Donnell Whittenburg rocked back and forth on his feet, his eyes boring into the vault table yards ahead of him as he waited behind the start line. It was Aug. 24, Day 2 of the 2014 P&G Gymnastics Championships at Consol Energy Center in Pittsburgh, and...
  • Crosby makes surprise appearance at Penguins training camp

    Penguins center Sidney Crosby made a surprise on-ice appearance at the first day of training camp, skating for the first 50 minutes of a workout Friday at Consol Energy Center. Team officials had said Thursday that he, along with Evgeni Malkin, would...
  • Crosby feels 'really good,' isn't thinking about wrist woes

    Sidney Crosby said the wrist that he nearly had surgery on two months ago isn't bothering him. Neither, it seems, is the report out of Ottawa last week that he had been arrested after a traffic violation. Crosby participated in an informal workout...
  • NHL roundup: Flyers captain Giroux out two weeks

    The Sports Xchange NHL roundup: Flyers captain Giroux out two weeks Philadelphia Flyers captain Claude Giroux will miss approximately two weeks with a lower-body injury sustained Friday. General manager Ron Hextall said Giroux left the ice about 15...
  • Atlantic 10 taking basketball tournament to Pittsburgh, Washington, D.C.

    The Atlantic 10 will stage its 2017 men’s basketball tournament in Pittsburgh and the 2018 edition in Washington, D.C., furthering the conference’s major-market branding of its flagship sport. Commissioner Bernadette McGlade announced the...
  • Allentown's Parkettes to send strong group of five young gymnasts to P&G Championships

    Marta Karolyi, the national team coordinator for women's gymnastics in the U.S., told Parkettes Gymnastics co-founder Donna Strauss she "had an army" when Strauss showed up at the U.S. Classic meet recently with five Junior Elite girls. "I told her,...
  • Paul McCartney Postpones U.S. Tour Dates Due to Illness

    Despite "feeling great," Paul McCartney has heeded to medical advice and pushed several U.S. tour dates from June to October because of a viral infection he contracted weeks ago. In May, the former Beatle was forced to postpone a handful of dates in...
  • Kings' Matt Greene adjusting to reduced role

    Kings' Matt Greene adjusting to reduced role
    PITTSBURGH — With the Kings scheduled to play their third road game in four days when they face the Penguins on Thursday at Consol Energy Center, Coach Darryl Sutter declared Wednesday’s practice an optional session. Not surprisingly, most...
  • Kings, Penguins bound by family, professional ties

    Kings, Penguins bound by family, professional ties
    PITTSBURGH — Greetings from Pittsburgh. The Penguins and Kings held their morning skates at the Consol Energy Center in preparation for their game Thursday, and in talking to players and coaches from both sides afterward, the links between the teams...