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Thursday October 30 2014
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PSR Columnists

Ellis Cannon, Cannon Firing Line
Tony DeFazio, Editor's Desk
Jerry DiPaola, Third And Short
Joe Giardina, Painting The Black
David Golebiewski, Bucs By The Numbers
Bob Grove, Behind The Net
Jim Lachimia, View From The Crows Nest
Mark Madden, Mad World
John Mehno, Been There Wrote This
Ray Mernagh, Nothing But Net
Val Porter, Sports Bites
Claudio Reilsano, Scout's View
James Santelli, Doc's Notebook
Ken Torgent, Deep Posts, PSR Radio
Walter Villa, Writings On The Wall


Contributing Writers:

Tony Cimaglia
Steve Flinn
Anthony Jaskulski
Doug Kennedy
Lauren Kirschman
Dan Miller
Alex Nseir
Steve Sampsell
Joe Sager
Dan Scifo
Bill Toth
George Von Benko
Rick Weaver
Perennial regular season leaders rebuild, the West gets stronger, analytics take center stage and the draft is reconfigured. Here are four league-wide storylines to follow as the NHL season gets underway.
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Milan Smith scored a fourth-quarter touchdown and Penn Hills forced a late Woodland Hills turnover as the Indians topped the Wolverines 22-15.
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Bethel Park running back Alex Minton ran for 170 yards and two scored to lead the Black Hawks over Baldwin 26-13.
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New coaches, an infusion of younger players, a goalie entering a contract year, the makeover of Kris Letang... here are four storylines to follow as the Penguins start the 2014-15 season.
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There were plenty of changes throughout the league this offseason, but most of the movement should only make the West stronger as the Eastern Conference struggles to keep up.
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Western PA has long-provided the NFL with some of its top-end talent and that continues to be the case. As of the end of the September, 21 former WPIAL or Pittsburgh City League players graced NFL rosters.
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There is no shortage of great athletes to come out of the Mon-Valley, but perhaps no single institution has produced more great athletes than old Donora High School (now part of Ringgold). The WPIAL Hall of Fame has recognized the following Donora greats.
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Through five games, there are a few teams and a few players who have stood out above the rest.
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