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The National Hockey League suspended Los Angeles Kings forward John Zeiler for three games Monday for action during Saturday's loss to Colorado. Zeiler, 26, was assessed a major penalty for boarding and game misconduct for hitting Avalanche defenseman Adam Foote at the 6:51 mark of the second period. Foote skated into the right corner of his zone for the puck and was hit from behind by Zeiler, who was appearing in just his second game of the season.
A left wrist injury will sideline North Carolina freshman forward Tyler Zeller for the rest of the 2008-09 college basketball season. The 7-foot, 220-pound native of Washington, Ind., suffered the injury in Tuesday night's 77-58 rout by the top-ranked Tar Heels of Kentucky.
By Andy Sharman UNIVERSITIES A flagship scheme set up to raise teenage interest in mathematics will be lucky to solve the crisis affecting the subject at university level, says one leading academic.
By Maria Saporta, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Jul. 22--Over the next two years, the Atlanta Regional Commission will embark on its Fifty Forward planning initiative to help steer the way metro Atlanta will be in 2060.
By Republican & Herald, Pottsville, Pa. Jul. 10--A local McDonald's owner-operator is inviting the community to help "Pay it Forward" by turning dinner into dollars today at the Frackville restaurant. McDonald's at 960 Schuylkill Mall Road said it will donate 20 percent of sales from 4:30 p.m.
By Ken Berger, Newsday, Melville, N.Y. Jun. 27--It was a close call as to which was louder in the WaMu Theater last night: the boos for Danilo Gallinari, or the "Jeff Van Gun-dy!" chants.
Derrick Rose is going home, and a record crowd of freshmen are following him to the NBA. The Chicago Bulls selected Rose, who grew up on the city's South Side, with the No. 1 pick in the NBA draft Thursday night, choosing the Memphis guard over Kansas State forward Michael Beasley.
By Sarah Rothschild, The Miami Herald Jun. 27--NEW YORK -- All the doubts, angst and confusion vanished from Michael Beasley's mind at 7:43 p.m. Thursday.
By Jerry Zgoda, Star Tribune, Minneapolis Jun. 27--Five hours after more than 2,000 draft-party participants cheered the arrival of new Timberwolf O.J. Mayo, their NBA hometown team made a midnight deal that reshaped its roster.
By Steve Keating SAITAMA, Japan (Reuters) - The U.S. path to reclaiming the world championship is not so much blocked by a team as it is by a player as the Americans prepare for a quarter-final meeting with Germany and Dirk Nowitzki.
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