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-Welcome to Pittsburgh former Stanford guard David DeCastro:
-More DeCastro highlights:
-Mike Tomlin and Kevin Colbert speak:
-Welcome back Byron Leftwich.
-West Virginia defensive end Bruce Irvin was drafted No. 15 overall by the Seahawks.
-Irvin was projected to got in the late-second or third round.
-DeCastro's former teammate, quarterback Andrew Luck, goes to the Colts.
-All 32 first-round picks.
-There were a ton of trades last night.
-The Giants signed former Browns defensive tackle Shaun Rogers.
-Farewell to the Pro Bowl?
-Ray Shero called the conclusion to the 2011-12 season, the "the most frustrating and disappointing that I’ve ever had."
-"The years I had with Pittsburgh, we had some prolific guys on the offensive side of the puck, but defensively, we had a great goaltender and we played great team defense. Even as well as they did offensively this year, if you look at that Pittsburgh-Philadelphia series, the team that won has the team that finally was able to keep it to a couple goals (against).” - Kings defenseman and former Penguin Rob Scuderi (right).-Henrik Lundqvist made 29 saves for the Rangers who defeated the Senators, 2-1, in Game 7. New York won the series, 4-3.
-Two goals by Adam Henrique, including one in double overtime, gave the Devils a 3-2 win against the Panthers in Game 7. David Clarkson recorded two assists for New Jersey while teammate Martin Brodeur made 43 saves. The Devils won the series, 4-3.
-Boston's Zdeno Chara, Ottawa's Erik Karlsson and Nashville's Shea Weber were named finalists for the Norris Trophy.
-The minor league report.
-How close is college football to a playoff?
(Photos: DeCastro-Christian Petersen/Getty Images; Scuderi-Harry How/Getty Images)
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