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Daily Archives: 6th December 2017

Steelers angry and confused over league's discipline

PITTSBURGH (AP) — The NFL insists it isn’t sending mixed messages as it tries to cut down on what it considers violent plays that cross the line. The Pittsburgh Steelers heard one anyway. The AFC North leaders are confused and frustrated about the league’s decision to uphold Steelers rookie wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster’s one-game suspens… FOX Sports Digital

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Canucks' Derek Dorsett 'at peace' with decision to end career

Derek Dorsett never backed down from a challenge. But when confronted with the possibility of not being able to hug his two sons, Dorsett knew he made the right decision to step away from playing hockey. The Vancouver Canucks right-winger announced last week he was ending his NHL hockey career due to health concerns following n… CBC | NHL News

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Developer sentenced to 3 years in $12M soccer stadium scam

BRIDGEPORT, Conn. (AP) A developer convicted of defrauding taxpayers out of hundreds of thousands of dollars in a failed effort to build a professional soccer stadium in Connecticut has been sentenced to three years in federal prison. James Duckett Jr. was sentenced Wednesday on 12 counts of wire fraud, conspiracy and money laundering. He was found guilty i… FOX Sports ...

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Canada's First Inuk Heart Surgeon Hopes More Inuit Kids Will Pursue Their Passions

Donna May Kimmaliardjuk’s grandfather was born in an igloo in Nunavut and lived off the land for years. Now his granddaughter is Canada’s first Inuk heart surgeon. Kimmaliardjuk, 28, a fourth-year cardiac surgery resident at the University of Ottawa Heart Institute, says her grandfather couldn’t be happier to see her pursue her passions. “He’s a man of few words, but ...

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