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Former players, gathered for an annual alumni charity golf event, see sweeping offseason changes as a consequence of playoff disappointment.
New Penguins coach Mike Johnston has studied tape of his team and gives his take on how the players fit with his personal philosophies.
Scuderi aims to make a big return after he disappointed himself and others with his performance last season after an ankle injury.
One bad start was a big springboard for Jeff Zatkoff, who will try to defend his spot as Penguins backup goaltender.
Owners and GMs of pro teams across the country likely cringed when Indiana Pacers star Paul George was hurt scrimmaging with Team USA.
After agreeing to contract, the third-line center is looking forward to seeing how offseason changes work out.
Hill leaders are demanding minority participation of 35 percent and women participation of 15 percent in the project.
Penguins signed recently acquired forward Nick Spaling to 2-year, $4.4 million contract and avoid arbitration hearing.
They will be available through Ticketmaster (www.ticketmaster.com, 1-800-745-3000) and at the Consol Energy Center box office.
Spaling, 25, had 13 goals, 32 points in 71 games for the Predators last season.