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Three more Penguins players tested for mumps

Three more Penguins players are being tested for mumps. The team announced today that goalie Marc-Andre Fleury and defensemen Robert Bortuzzo and Olli Maatta are being tested "as a precaution" because they were "not feeling well." Center Sidney Crosby and winger Beau Bennett already have been diagnosed with the disease. Crosby is past his infectious period and skated on his own this morning, the team said, but he did not participate in the regular practice. The Penguins say all players were tested for mumps in "early December" and that all results were negative. (c)2014 Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Visit the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette at Distributed by Tribune Content ...

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