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Daily Roundup: September 5, 2015

  • Phil Kessel has shed 13 pounds this summer
    Phil Kessel is adapting to his new surroundings with the Pittsburgh Penguins by dropping down to a better playing weight from losing 13 pounds. Tom Szczerbowski/USA TODAY Sports Phil Kessel was constantly criticized during his time with the Toronto Maple …
  • Pens Points: Pittsburgh Mayor Wants to Protect City's Interest in Team Sale
    Daily look at Pittsburgh Penguins and NHL news and stories. Pittsburgh mayor Bill Peduto says that agreements that gave the Penguins exclusive rights to develop the former Civic Arena site and secured them a new arena don’t spell out whether the public …
  • Pittsburgh Penguins Sale: Latest News and Rumors on Potential New Owners
    The Pittsburgh Penguins are up for sale and reportedly have a massive asking price for prospective buyers. Continue for updates. TSN’s Rick Westhead reports the Penguins may have difficulty finding a suitor to sell to for $750 million due to the …
  • Happy now? Kessel dropped 13 lbs. this summer
    It remains to be seen if Phil Kessel can silence his critics with the Pittsburgh Penguins, but he’s doing his part to put work ethic murmurs to bed. Despite making scores of defensemen look foolish (and sometimes winded) with his immensely underrated …
  • The Penguins worth $750 million? Seriously?
    Are the Pittsburgh Penguins actually worth $750 million? Well, like most things of this nature, it depends on your perspective. Suppose you’re a prospective NHL owner in, say, Seattle. The NHL has already set the expansion fee at $500 million and it’s …
  • Children of Penguins' Dupuis pray nightly for his healthy return to ice
    The children of Pittsburgh Penguins forward Pascal Dupuis believe in the power of prayer. With that in mind, Dupuis’ four kids take to their knees every night and ask for their father to stay healthy on the ice. Dupuis believes he’s on schedule to return …

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