The Pittsburgh Penguins Capture Second Straight Stanley Cup

The Pittsburgh Penguins Capture Second Straight Stanley Cup

The Stanley Cup is staying in the Steel City. The atmosphere both inside, and outside, of Bridgestone Arena , was captivating. In fact, through the first four games of the series, he had gone scoreless , putting nine shots on goal while averaging fourth-line minutes.

Team New Zealand goes belly up

The 35th America's Cup is taking place in Bermuda, where high winds meant there was no action on the water throughout Wednesday. New Zealand's hotshot Peter Burling, the youngest helmsman in the event at 26, and British tactician Giles Scott, 29, both jumped straight back into the America's Cup boats after winning gold medals in Rio previous year.

Penguins goalie Matt Murray goes from sidelined to shutouts

Murray is the first goalie with two shutouts in one Cup Final since Boston's Tim Thomas and Vancouver's Roberto Luongo had two apiece in 2011. Crosby becomes just the third back-to-back victor of the award, which was first handed out in 1965, after former Penguins captain Mario Lemieux (1991, 1992) and Philadelphia Flyers goaltender Bernie Parent (1974, 1975).

Former Chargers OT King Dunlap Retires

Former Chargers OT King Dunlap Retires

He struggled with injuries as a Charger and poor play across the offensive line and the signing of veteran Russell Okung lead to Dunlap's release. His health issues date back to when the Philadelphia Eagles selected him in the seventh round of the 2008 National Football League draft.

Can 'Elimination Game Kyrie' Save The Cavs Again In Game 5?

The first three games, helping guys up off the floor, smiling, talking to guys and - yeah, I didn't like that. "Last game, in Game 4, I thought that's who we are". We added Kyle Korver and Deron Williams . After the Cleveland Cavaliers beat the Golden State Warriors in historic, high-scoring fashion last Friday, interest in the NBA Finals has heated up-and so have ticket prices.

For Trump, a prosecution of Comey would be a disaster

On Friday, the president was asked if he told Comey he hoped the FBI director would let the Flynn investigation go. The reporter then asked, "So he lied about that?" "No, I didn't say that, and I didn't say the other". Asked if he would make that denial under oath, he said, " 100 percent ". Trump said he is "100 per cent" willing to testify under oath on Comey meetings and tell the FBI Special Consul Robert Muller that he never asked FBI to stop investigating.