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Pens G Murray breaks hand, out 3-6 weeks

Pittsburgh Penguins goalie Matt Murray raises the Stanley Cup after Game 6 of the NHL hockey Stanley Cup Finals against the San Jose Sharks in San Jose, Calif., Sunday, June 12, 2016. The Penguins won 3-1 to win the series 4-2. (Bruce Bennett/Getty Images via AP, Pool)

PITTSBURGH (AP) Pittsburgh Penguins goaltender Matt Murray is out three-to-six weeks with a broken hand.

Penguins general manager Jim Rutherford announced the injury Saturday on the second day of training camp.

Murray broke his right hand while playing for Team North America at the World Cup of Hockey. Murray said he jammed his thumb in North America's loss to Russia on Monday and was held out of its game on Wednesday.

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Canada downs Russia to reach WC final

TORONTO (AP) Sidney Crosby was at his best on one of hockey's biggest stages.

Again.

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Jets D Trouba wants trade, to skip camp

WINNIPEG, Manitoba (AP) Winnipeg Jets defenseman Jacob Trouba has requested a trade and plans to skip training camp.

Trouba's agent, Kurt Overhardt, released a statement Saturday saying that the 22-year-old American defender wants an opportunity to play somewhere else, citing Winnipeg's logjam at the position.

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Last hurrah for Sweden's old guard?

When Henrik Lundqvist carried a Swedish flag around the ice at the 2006 Turin Olympics with a gold medal dangling from his neck, he was a fresh-faced kid days shy of his 24th birthday.

A seventh-round pick in 2000, Lundqvist was in his first season in the NHL with the New York Rangers and still relatively unknown outside Sweden. In his first major international event, he led Sweden to victory in the final Olympics for Hall of Famer Mats Sundin.

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Europe savors unexpected spot in semis

TORONTO (AP) When the World Cup of Hockey started, Team Europe was not picked as a team to beat.

In fact, the unique team made up of eight nations outside of the continent's traditional hockey powers was expected to be out of the best-on-best tournament.

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Sens F Stone diagnosed with concussion

OTTAWA, Ontario (AP) Ottawa Senators forward Mark Stone has been diagnosed with a concussion.

Senators coach Guy Boucher said Saturday that Stone will be evaluated on a daily basis.

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Datsyuk's North American swan song over

TORONTO (AP) Pavel Datsyuk's North American magic show had one final act.

Months after deciding to leave the NHL and go home to Russia, the Detroit Red Wings great showed off his fanciful skillset one last time on this side of the ocean at the World Cup of Hockey. A lower-body injury may have cut his tournament short but not before another remarkable performance against players 15 to 20 years younger.

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Kessel walks back critical US team tweet

CRANBERRY TOWNSHIP, Pa. (AP) Phil Kessel returned to work on Friday hoping to talk about his blessedly short summer after helping the Pittsburgh Penguins to their fourth Stanley Cup in June.

Instead, the forward ended up walking back a critical tweet about Team USA following its disappointing performance in the World Cup of Hockey. Kessel, the leading scorer for the Americans during the 2014 Winter Olympics, was not invited to join this time. While he said all the right things last spring after getting passed over, his frustration bubbled up while watching the U.S. lose to Canada on Tuesday.

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Blackhawks open camp with Keith on ice

CHICAGO (AP) Duncan Keith was back on the ice for the Chicago Blackhawks' first practice of preseason camp.

The two-time Norris Trophy winner as the NHLs top defenseman took part in the team's workout Friday.

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Matthews turning heads at Leafs camp

TORONTO (AP) Brooks Laich has seen top draft picks blossom in the NHL.

With the Washington Capitals, he watched Alex Ovechkin burst onto the scene in 2005. Now with the Toronto Maple Leafs some 11 years later, he has a ringside seat for Auston Matthews' debut.

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