2-minute Drill: Pens Embarrassed at Home as Caps Force Game Seven

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  • The Washington Capitals are well aware of their franchise’s inglorious past, one filled with unmet expectations and gut-wrenching collapses.
  • Pirates pitcher Jameson Taillon was treated for testicular cancer, the team announced Monday.
  • Former Steelers running back Jerome Bettis was among those affected by recent layoffs at ESPN, The Sporting News reported Monday.
  • Rozelle Nix, Pitt’s mammoth center who brought rebounding and energy to the frontcourt during conference play last season, will graduate and transfer.
  • The Pirates attempted to bolster their bench Monday by promoting Chris Bostick and Max Moroff, a pair of hot-hitting utility players, from Class AAA Indianapolis to the majors. They joined the team for the series opener in Los Angeles, and Moroff made his first career start.

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