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    James Wisnewski was suspended for eight games and Brad Staubitz for three as the NHL announced the punishments connected to last Friday night’s incident between Columbus and Minnesota in a preseason game. Both players were …

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    27 Sep 11
  • 300hk

    Rookie Mike Moustakas belted a solo homer to highlight a four-run sixth inning as the Kansas City Royals pushed the Minnesota Twins to the brink of a 100-loss season with a 7-3 road triumph Monday. …

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    27 Sep 11
  • viekes

    QB Donovan McNabb needs to make more plays when teams crowd the line of scrimmage to take Adrian Peterson out of the game. Especially on third downs, where McNabb is 9-for-24 passing (37.5) with a …

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    27 Sep 11
  • Sport Headlines for 9/26/11

    Volleyball Schedule for Today:Cedar Mt/Comfrey at Redwood ValleyFairmont at Jackson Cty CentralBOLD at MorrisAll 7:30pm Starts Tennis Today:New Ulm at River Valley 4;30pmSt Peter at Belle Plaine 4:30pm Boys Soccer Today:New Ulm at Hutchinson 6pm

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    26 Sep 11
  • The Latest

    Here is the latest sports news: The Vikings collapsed again in a loss to the Lions. The Twins topped the Indians. The Lynx advanced to the WNBA Finals on Sunday. Vikings Meltdown Again In Loss …

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    26 Sep 11
  • um1

    Less than 24 hours after a shocking loss to North Dakota State, the Golden Gophers discovered they will be without head coach Jerry Kill for an undetermined amount of time. Kill was admitted into the …

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    26 Sep 11
  • nhl1

    NHL suspends Wild’s Staubitz, Blue Jackets’ Winsiewski indefinitely Minnesota Wild forward Brad Staubitz and Columbus Blue Jackets defenseman James Wisniewski were suspended indefinitely Saturday for separate incidents in Friday’s preseason game. Staubitz received a major …

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    26 Sep 11
  • Texas kills fancy last meal requests on death row

    The Texas prison system on Thursday abolished the time-honored tradition of offering an opulent last meal to condemned inmates before their executions, saying they would get standard prison fare instead.

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    26 Sep 11