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  • Allentown's new PPL Center has Father's Day gift suggestion: A lot of bull, some of it free.

     
    If you’re at a loss about what to get your dad for Father’s Day, the new PPL Center in Allentown has a suggestion. It wants you to just give him a lot of bull. Now through 11:59 p.m. Monday, June......
  • State's Tight-Knit Hockey Community Focuses On Quick

    State's Tight-Knit Hockey Community Focuses On Quick
    STAMFORD — Mike Backman said he wasn't sure how terrific his son-in-law was Monday night until he got home and saw the replays Tuesday morning. It was then that Backman saw the stick save that Jonathan Quick made on Mats Zuccarello in the first...
  • Your guide to summer racing at Trexlertown's velodrome

    Your guide to summer racing at Trexlertown's velodrome
    When Jorien Ter Mors of the Netherlands makes her debut at the Valley Preferred Cycling Center this month, the short track speedskater will be the latest in a long line of Olympic and world champions who have competed at the racing track in Trexlertown....
  • Press Box: Emmert testifies in O'Bannon suit

    The Sports Xchange Press Box: Emmert testifies in O'Bannon suit NCAA president Mark Emmert took the stand in U.S. District Court in the Ed O'Bannon vs. NCAA class-action antitrust trial in Oakland, Calif., on Thursday. He focused on the root of...
  • Hartford Can Capitalize On New Trend In Minor League Parks

    Hartford Can Capitalize On New Trend In Minor League Parks
    To the naked eye, New Britain Stadium appears as fresh today as it was on Opening Day 1996. Built for $10 million 19 years ago, the stadium at Willow Brook Park has seemingly aged well. The Rock Cats have traditionally drawn well, and management has not...
  • Allentown detour is a joyful sign of progress

    Allentown detour is a joyful sign of progress
    Detours are always annoying, but the one imposed a few days ago at Bridge and Ridge in Allentown was a joyful sign of progress. If you want to go from the Fullerton section of Whitehall Township to downtown Allentown, and you want to avoid getting...
  • Well-Worn Path From Wolf Pack To Rangers

    Well-Worn Path From Wolf Pack To Rangers
    From Dominic Moore to J.T. Miller, Ken Gernander has watched them climb from the minors to within four victories of the Stanley Cup. There are 10 of them who have made their way from Hartford to the Rangers, 10 players spanning 11 hockey seasons, all with...
  • Flyers’ Rinaldo must go

     
    The Philadelphia sports scene has gone bonkers recently. Allen Iverson, an NBA MVP and one of the highest scorers in league history, was once blasted for not practicing enough. Yet his former Sixers team appears to be openly tanking the......
  • More from Michael Futa on the Kings' success at drafting, developing

    More from Michael Futa on the Kings' success at drafting, developing
    The continued success of forwards Tyler Toffoli and Tanner Pearson has brought renewed attention to the Kings’ scouting and development process, and deservedly so. General Manager Dean Lombardi hired more scouts and essentially reorganized the...
  • Admirals qualify for AHL playoffs by eliminating Hershey

    Veteran Dave Steckel scored the go-ahead goal late in the second period Friday as Norfolk ensured an AHL playoff berth with a 3-1 win over Hershey on Fan Appreciation Night at Scope Arena, eliminating the Bears. Max Friberg clinched the win on an empty-...
  • Solar Bears goalie accepts pressure that comes with life between pipes

    Solar Bears goalie accepts pressure that comes with life between pipes
    Tracing the puck's movement with his eyes, Maxime Clermont prepares to throw himself in front of the piece of hard rubber. "If you're a goalie and you're scared, you're in the wrong position," the Orlando Solar Bears goaltender said. "A lot of the time,...
  • Saturday's multi-sport college and local roundup: CNU wins thriller to stay in CAC tournament; No. 1 U.Va., W&M also win in baseball

    Colleges: Baseball: Christopher Newport dramatically stayed alive in the Capital Athletic Conference tournament, rallying for two runs in the ninth inning and eventually beating top-seeded host York (Pa.) 3-2 in 10 innings on Billy Steel's walk-off...