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Stanley Cup notes: Malkin, Hagelin absent from Penguins workout

The Pittsburgh Penguins began preparations Tuesday for their third consecutive second-round playoff series against Washington with two key forwards not on the ice. Penguins head coach Mike Sullivan was already minus centre Evgeni Malkin for Sunday’s Game 6 against Philadelphia when his linemate, Carl Hagelin, went down after taking a hit from Flyers captain Claude Giroux midway through Pittsburgh’s series-clinching ...

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WR Jones deletes Falcons pics from Instagram

12:05 AM ET Atlanta Falcons receiver Julio Jones has yet to join the team for offseason workouts, according to multiple sources, and the deletion of Falcons photos from his Instagram page fueled speculation regarding unrest between Jones and the team. Jones was not with his teammates when the Falcons officially began offseason workouts last week but wa… www.espn.com – NFL

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Yankees acquire A.J. Cole from Nats

The New York Yankees bolstered their rotation depth Monday, acquiring right-hander A.J. Cole from the Washington Nationals in exchange for cash considerations, the team <a href="https://twitter.com/YankeesPR/status/9… MLB | theScore

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Andrew Bogut retires from NBA, to join Sydney NBL team

SYDNEY (AP) — Former No. 1 draft pick Andrew Bogut confirmed Tuesday that he has retired from the NBA and plans to play the next two seasons in Australia’s National Basketball League with the Sydney Kings. The oft-injured Bogut said during a Kings news conference there were “no outs” in his deal if an NBA team should become interested. A ...

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5 takeaways from Bucks-Celtics Game 4

The Bucks got off to a slow start, but then things got back to normal. At least, normal for this series. Milwaukee shot 52.1 percent from the field, somehow just its third-best shooting in the first four games. The Bucks also hit 10 of 23 3-point attempts (43.5 percent). On the series, Milwaukee is shooting 54.2 percent from the fie… ...

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