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Sullivan Mum on Goalie Decision, Letang Off Top Power Play? – Pittsburgh Hockey Now

Loose lips sink ships. Or so the Pittsburgh Penguins believe. As coaches across the league pledged to reveal their practice and gameday line rushes and discussed other decisions related to their preparation for the 24-team NHL Stanley Cup tournament, Penguins…

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Michigan high school football season moved to spring, MHSAA announces – Detroit Free Press

The 2020 Michigan high school football season has been moved to the spring, the MHSAA

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Detroit Free Press longtime columnist Mick McCabe has seen them all in the last half century. The best of the best in Michigan high school sports during that time.
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There will be no high school football in Michigan this fall.
With the uncertainty surrounding the coronavirus pandemic and no vaccine in sight, the representative council of the Michigan High School Athletic Association met Friday and decided to move the 2020 football season to the spring of ’21.
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Coronavirus-linked heart condition becomes growing concern for NCAA athletes – Fox News

A particular heart condition linked to the novel coronavirus is a growing concern for college athletes.

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A particular heart condition linked to the novel coronavirus is a growing concern for college athletes.
Dr. Colleen Kraft, a fellow with the Infectious Diseases Society of America, which hosted a press briefing Thursday with NCAA officials on COVID-19 and college athletics, said she is very concerned about myocarditis, a coronavirus-linked condition that results heart inflammation.
“I think we are playing with fire,” Kraft, who is also a member of the NCAA’s COVID-19 advisory panel, warned.   …

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LIVE: Bayern Munich Running Rampant Over Barcelona in Champions League Quarters – Sports Illustrated

What was billed as a clash of two five-time European champions tilted heavily in Bayern Munich’s favor after a rout that will go down in history.

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What was billed as a battle of two five-time European champions tilted very much in one direction.
Bayern Munich raced out to a 4-1 lead over Barcelona after the first 31 minutes and never looked back, doubling it after halftime and winning, astoundingly, 8-2 in their Champions League quarterfinal in Lisbon, Portugal.
Lionel Messi and Robert Lewandowski headlined a matchup teeming with star power, but was the other big names stepping up for Bayern Munich. Thomas Muller scored two goals, while …

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