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Photo: Wolf roams Mount Spokane State Park ski area

WILDLIFE WATCHING -- For the second consecutive year, a Spokane man's motion-activated trail camera has captured images of a wolf in Mount Spokane State Park, confirming sightings of wolves and wolf tracks that nordic skiers have been reporting with more frequency for several years. The...

Pittsburgh Penguins blow out Nashville Predators for 3-2 series lead

Six players scored and Sidney Crosby had three assists as the Pittsburgh Penguins chased Pekka Rinne and blew out the Nashville Predators 6-0 in Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Final on Thursday night to take a 3-2 lead in the series and move one win away from a second consecutive title.

Penguins regroup, Predators look for road magic in Game 5

A series has broken out in the Stanley Cup Final. The Penguins and Nashville Predators are tied at 2 games each heading into Game 5 on Thursday night in Pittsburgh. Nashville won a pair of home games to get back in the series. The Penguins posted the second-best home record in the NHL this season. They have also won five straight playoff games at PPG Paints Arena, including Games 1 and 2 of the Final.

Nashville Predators even Stanley Cup Final at 2-2, beat Pittsburgh Penguins 4-1

Frederick Gaudreau sure is doing his best to earn his own locker with the Nashville Predators with a Stanley Cup Final debut for the ages. And with Pekka Rinne turning in his best performance in this series, the Predators are going back to Pittsburgh having tied up the defending champs at 2-2, turning this into a best-of-three sprint to the Stanley Cup.

Intensity, nastiness continue to build in Stanley Cup Final

P.K. Subban says ask the Pittsburgh Penguins if he’s getting under their skin. The All-Star defenseman only knows he apparently needs to work on his breath on the ice and loves the challenge of helping shut down Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin.

Predators rout Penguins 5-1, pull within 2-1 in Stanley Cup Final

Pekka Rinne bounced back with 27 saves and the offense came alive as the Nashville Predators beat the Pittsburgh Penguins 5-1 in Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Final on Saturday night to cut their series deficit to 2-1. Roman Josi, Frederick Gaudreau, James Neal, Craig Smith and Mattias Ekholm scored for the Predators, who won the first home Cup Final game in franchise history. Game 4 is Monday night in Nashville.

Jake’s Ladder: Guentzel climbing record book for Penguins

The fresh-faced, 22-year-old rookie who leads the NHL in playoff goals – a hot streak that has him in the middle of the Conn Smythe Trophy conversation given to the postseason MVP – was once too embarrassed to shoot the puck.

All-Star promise: P.K. Subban says Preds will win Game 3 vs. Pens

Nashville defenseman P.K. Subban says the Predators will win Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Final against the Pittsburgh Penguins. Pittsburgh has a 2-0 lead trying to repeat as champs. Subban and the Predators are very confident on their own ice where their lone loss this postseason came in overtime. The Predators are also confident that Pekka Rinne will be back in goal after being yanked for giving up three quick goals in Game 2. Game 3 is Saturday night in Nashville.

Prosecutors to drop charges in Stanley Cup dead catfish toss

Prosecutors are dropping charges filed against a Tennessee man for throwing a catfish onto the rink in Pittsburgh during the opening of the Stanley Cup Final. District Attorney Stephen Zappala said in a Facebook post Wednesday that the actions of Jacob Waddell during Monday’s Nashville Predators-Pittsburgh Penguins game “do not rise to the level of criminal charges.”