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Run by the Director of Media Technology for the Pens, this new blog is going to be a must read.  Here's an update on some of the bells and whistles of the new arena. [Backteching]

The Penguins are looking for their first win against the New Jersey Devils tonight, in their six attempt. []

Will this Devils game plus the "fight night" possibility in Boston bind the Pens like last season when their comradery helped spur their post-season success?  Couldn't hurt. [Tribune Review]

Pens Universe interviews Mark Letestu, who seems to be a pretty good guy. [Pens Universe]

A look at the WB/S Pens stretch schedule and a hopeful update on Eric Tangradi who may be close to returning from a concussion [Penguins Insider]

Big ups to a smart and awesome guy Stoosh who officially joins the crowded list of online bloggers that steal ideas and talking points before I think of them, err, Penguins blogosphere.  Best of luck, Stoosh, and look forward to your thoughts on the main page. [The Pensblog]

Jersey fouls that simaltenously make you laugh and your head hurt. [Puck Daddy]

Paul Kukla (Of his Korner and Red Wings fan) predicts a Penguins v. Canucks Stanley Cup final this season. [The Goal Crease]

Tyler Seguin may have upseated highly touted Taylor Hall as the best draft ready prospect for 2010.  Seems like a lifetime ago that Penguins fans new all the details of the top prospect's in the next draft class, but now it's a foreign language. Enjoyable.  [P. Diddy]

Bill Guerin flatly stated that a hit like Matt Cooke on Marc Savard should be a suspendable offense.  Is this creating friction in the room? [Post-Gazette]

Sidney Crosby's once missing GWG puck from the gold medal game is going to the Hockey Hall of Fame. [CP]

It's not really clear though where the puck went from the time Crosby scored until now, though. [NY Times]

This is a couple days old but didn't get much play, so it might be new to you.  Still, I defy you not to read this story about the Nashville Predators and not feel a little bit better about yourself and humanity. [The Tennessean

And finally...SB Nation's Minnesota affiliate gives their congratulations to former Wild and Penguin defenseman Martin Skoula, who's recently become a new father for the second time. [Hockey Wilderness]