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TONY COCCAGNA

Tony Coccagna is a sports writer for The Indiana Gazette.

Articles by TONY COCCAGNA

TONY COCCAGNA: Penguins had ups and downs during title defense
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TONY COCCAGNA: Penguins had ups and downs during title defense
2 weeks ago - - TONY COCCAGNA
The Pittsburgh Penguins won their second straight Stanley Cup in an instant classic Sunday night. [Read More]
TONY COCCAGNA: Game 6 would be a good time to end it TONY COCCAGNA: Game 6 would be a good time to end it
3 weeks ago - - TONY COCCAGNA
Advantage: Penguins. [Read More]
TONY COCCAGNA: Penguins can't afford to lose Game 5
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TONY COCCAGNA: Penguins can't afford to lose Game 5
3 weeks ago - - TONY COCCAGNA
The Pittsburgh Penguins have faced must-win games this postseason. [Read More]
TONY COCCAGNA: Power play boasts no real punch
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TONY COCCAGNA: Power play boasts no real punch
3 weeks ago - - TONY COCCAGNA
The Pittsburgh Penguins took the air out of Bridgestone Arena early in Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Final in Nashville on Saturday night. [Read More]
TONY COCCAGNA: Rinne meets his match -- again
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TONY COCCAGNA: Rinne meets his match -- again
4 weeks ago - - TONY COCCAGNA
They didn’t have to scrape a catfish off the ice at PPG Paints Arena on Wednesday night. [Read More]
TONY COCCAGNA: Series opener is a real head-shaker
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TONY COCCAGNA: Series opener is a real head-shaker
4 weeks ago - - TONY COCCAGNA
Still shaking your head? Join the crowd. [Read More]
TONY COCCAGNA: Game 7 isn't epic yet, but it could be
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TONY COCCAGNA: Game 7 isn't epic yet, but it could be
5 weeks ago - - TONY COCCAGNA
It was a great night, a phenomenal game, but not quite of epic proportions. [Read More]
TONY COCCAGNA: Explosive Penguins turn a corner
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TONY COCCAGNA: Explosive Penguins turn a corner
5 weeks ago - - TONY COCCAGNA
That wasn’t just dynamic. It was dynamite. [Read More]
TONY COCCAGNA: Get headshots out of the game
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TONY COCCAGNA: Get headshots out of the game
6 weeks ago - - TONY COCCAGNA
Referees in every sport have a tough job. They’re also paid pretty well — too well to miss as many calls as the officials in the Stanley Cup Playoffs have been missing. [Read More]
SPORTS HALL OF FAME: Klyap made himself a star, then helped others SPORTS HALL OF FAME: Klyap made himself a star, then helped others
6 weeks ago - - TONY COCCAGNA
Jim Klyap was a pudgy little kid. He was 5-foot-5 and 205 pounds as a seventh-grader, and when a basketball coach found out how much he loved the game and wanted to play, he was told he was too fat and too slow. [Read More]
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