Penguins’ Grant finally finds confidence


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Derek Grant skates in the Penguins' second scrimmage game Saturday in Cranberry. - MATT SUNDAY / DKPS

CRANBERRY, Pa. — Do you remember your first kiss?

Whether it was embarrassing or fireworks went off — or a little of both — the feeling is surreal.

In the 1999 movie “Never Been Kissed,” Drew Barrymore’s character is a 25-year-old newspaper reporter who goes back to high school undercover for a story. She is forced to relive the painful memories of being the nerdy girl who never experienced a date, let alone a smooch. And the more time that passes, and the older you get without accomplishing that goal, the more nerve-wracking and awkward it becomes. Pressure mounts. To say the least.

And when that special moment finally does happen — like it did for Barrymore’s character, 'Josie Geller' — you can’t wait to do it again and again and again.

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