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-The Penguins get swept on a weekend home and home series after being beaten by the Devils Sunday, 3-1.
-Robert Bortuzzo versus New Jersey's Ryan Carter:
-Dan Bylsma speaks:
-Tomas Vokoun speaks:
-"That's the challenging but good thing about having a lot of depth on your team, in your organization. Guys can step in and play. Guys who are regulars have got to stay on their toes and stay sharp all the time because people are pushing to make the team. They want to be a part of this as much as we do. That's a healthy thing for a team. It pushes everyone." - Matt Niskanen on the team's depth on the blue line.
-A day after being recalled from Wilkes-Barre/Scranton, Joe Morrow was re-assigned to the AHL club.
-Ray Shero offered Paul Martin a chance to be traded after last season. Martin declined.
-Scott Darling made 39 saves for the Wheeling Nailers in a 5-0 loss to the Elmira Jackals. Wheeling has lost four consecutive games.
-Spring training begins today.
-Francisco Liriano is recovering from a broken arm?
-The Cubs signed former Mets outfielder Scott Hairston to a two-year contract.
-The Indians signed former Red Sox pitcher Daisuke Matsuzaka.
-The game of Pitt's Steven Adams is progressing in his freshman season.
-"We are going through hard times, it is hard right now but what I liked was Friday at practice when we ran through some very aggressive rebounding and one-on-one drills. We had guys diving all over the gym for 50-50 balls and competing as hard and playing as hard as you would see them do in a game." - Duquesne coach Jim Ferry.
-Victor Oladipo scored 26 points for No. 1 Indiana which beat No. 10 Ohio State, 81-68.
-Mason Plumlee scored 19 points for No. 4 Duke which edged Boston College, 62-61.
-Allen Crabbe had 31 points for California in a 77-69 upset of No. 7 Arizona.
-C.J. Fair and Michael Carter-Williams each scored 17 points for No. 9 Syracuse in a 77-58 defeat of Saint. Johns.
-Tyler Griffey had 16 points for Illinois which upset No. 18 Minnesota, 57-53.
-Expect to see some changes on the Steelers' offensive line.
-What is up with all the Steelers' changes on the coaching staff?
-The Saints hired former Cowboys' defensive coordinator Rex Ryan.
-The Paterno family challenges the Freeh report.
(Photo: Associated Press)
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