Penguins Have Surreal Workout as NHL Lockout Continues

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Penguins Have Surreal Workout as NHL Lockout Continues
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Many of the players and the venue were familiar. The rest, though, was surreal. Former Penguins enforcer Jay Caufield took the place of Dan Bylsma, no team officials were present and, when practice was over, the 14 Penguins on hand changed in the high school locker room at Southpointe. The Penguins locker room is considered team property, and the NHL lockout prohibits the players from using any team facilities.

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