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NHL committed to helping Pens solve arena issue

Updated: February 23, 2006, 6:33 PM ET
Associated Press

PITTSBURGH -- The NHL remains committed to helping the Penguins find an arena and stay in Pittsburgh, the league's deputy commissioner said Thursday.

The league supports a Penguins' plan for Isle of Capri Casinos to build a $290 million arena at no taxpayer cost as long as the company is awarded a state license to build a downtown slot machines parlor.

But the license may not be granted until late this year, and the Penguins are already 15 months away from the end of their lease at ...

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