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-Seven years after playing his last NFL game, former quarterback Kordell Stewart officially retired as a Steeler.
-Will Heath Miller get an elevated role in Todd Haley's offense?
-The Pro Bowl lives.
-A.J. Burnett helps the Pirates edge the Reds, 2-1.
-Clint Hurdle speaks:
-Someone robbed the hotel room of Reds pitcher Aroldis Chapman at the Omni William Penn.
-Clint Barmes tries to re-discover his swing.
-The minor league report.
-An overtime breakaway goal by Anze Kopitar gave the Kings a 2-1 win against the Devils in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final. Jonathan Quick made all of 16 saves for Los Angeles which has a 1-0 series lead.
-Former Steelers coach Bill Cowher, the father in law of Kings forward Kevin Westgarth, was in attendance:
-A Penguins fan is suing the Penguins for texting him too much.
-Henrik Samuelsson, the son of former Penguins defenseman Ulf Samuelsson and the brother of Penguins defensive prospect Philip Samuelsson, has seen his stock for next month's draft rise as a result of a strong run in the Memorial Cup tournament with the Edmonton Oil Kings.
-The Capitals re-signed former Penguins goaltender Dany Sabourin to a one-year contract. Terms were not revealed.
-The Red Wings are scheduled to hold a press conference today at 11 a.m. where it is expect that captain Nicklas Lidstrom (right) will announce his retirement after 20 NHL seasons.
-"You don't replace a guy like Nick." - Red Wings scout Mark Howe on Lidstrom.
-"It is nothing more than speculation at this point."- NHL commissioner Gary Bettman (right) on suggestions another lockout could happen with the collective bargaining agreement expiring this summer.
-Colin Campbell, the NHL’s senior vice-president of hockey operations, said the NHL will hold a meeting in August among players, coaches and management to address the state of officiating in the NHL.
(Photos: Andy Lyons/Allsport/Getty Images; Cowher-Mike Coppola/Getty Images)
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