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Pittsburgh Penguins sign right-wing Connor James to one-year deal

James, 24, played in 70 regular season games for the AHL's Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins this past season, scoring 32 points. He also played in all 11 playoff games, scoring eight points.

A native of Calgary, Jones made his NHL debut with the Los Angeles Kings, playing two games during the 2005-06 season. The Penguins signed him as a free agent in August.



Memorial Cup Three Stars: Hamilton Stays Alive

The Edmonton Oil Kings had a hearbreaking end to the Memorial Cup, with the Hamilton Bulldogs staying alive after a tough start to the tournament. Take a look at three of Tony Ferrari's standouts from the wild Friday contest.


Stanley Cup Final Notebook: Sizing Up Game 6

It's another travel day, with the Tampa Bay Lightning holding off the Colorado Avalanche for an important Game 5 win to keep the season alive. Here's what the teams had to say on Saturday.

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Luke Richardson and the Task of Helping the Blackhawks Win Again

Luke Richardson has paid his dues in the coaching business, and now he's tasked with bringing the Chicago Blackhawks back to playoff glory.