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’PANGBOURNE, UNITED KINGDOM - UNDATED: In this undated collect photo provided by St Andrew's School, Kate Middleton (front row, C) is pictured in a hockey team photo during her time as a pupil at St Andrew's School in Pangbourne, Berkshire, England (1986-1995). Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge re-visited her former school on November 30, 2012 to take part in a day of activities and festivities to mark the occasion of St Andrew's Day. The Duchess visited the Pre-Prep School for under-5s, unveiled a plaque to officially open a new artificial turf playing field and met members of the school's hockey team, which she played for during her time as a pupil at the school. She was also given a private tour of the school and watched the school's Progressive Games which are traditional games played indoors by teachers and students on St Andrew's Day. (Photo provided by St Andrew's School - WPA Pool/Getty Images)

In this undated collect photo provided by St Andrew's School, Kate Middleton (front row, C) is pictured in a hockey team photo during her time as a pupil at St Andrew's School in Pangbourne, Berkshire, England (1986-1995).
  • Les Miles issues statement on wreck that claimed lives of MSU, Nebraska punters, injured LSU’s kicker

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  • Jeremy Lin talks Knicks tenure, Melo and Courtney Lee

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  • Harvick remains atop Sprint Cup standings, Edwards drops two spots

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  • Iowa State DB Nigel Tribune arrested for OWI

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  • PGA Tour player loses Canadian Open with heartbreaking bunker shot

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    After a few early exits from the Stanley Cup playoffs, the St. Louis Blues were finally able to make a long run. Granted, they didn’t win the Stanley Cup or make it to the final, but they did manage to reach the Western Conference Final. Unfortunately for the Blues (and a lot of other teams), the NHL’s salary cap number didn’t increase very much and it forced the organization to part ways with a number of key veterans. Gone are captain David Backes, winger Troy Brouwer and goalie Brian Elliott. There could be even more change between now and the start of the year, as Kevin Shattenkirk could find himself elsewhere. Those key departures mean that the Blues will need some of their younger players

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  • DeMarcus Cousins looks to make most of chance with US basketball team

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  • Fantasy football 2016: The smartest projected first-round picks

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  • With arbitration hearing looming, Corrado and Leafs aren’t that far apart

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  • White Sox suspend Chris Sale five days over Saturday’s clubhouse incident

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  • Messi returns ahead of schedule, sporting golden hair (photo)

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