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Pens Points Monday: Well, That Didn't Take Long. Lavy Out, Berube In

A look at links from around the Pittsburgh Penguins and NHL on Monday October 7th, 2013.

Justin K. Aller

After almost a week of the regular season, a look at the Metropolitan Division... [The Pensblog]

...Where I'm sure it won't be lost on anyone that the Flyers have gotten out to a sterling 0-3-0 start. [Broad Street Hockey], leading to Peter Laviolette being dismissed as coach this morning, to be replaced by Craig Berube. [Crossing Broad]

Some hockey talk with Penguins strength and conditioning coach Mike Kadar [Angus Certified]

Scary news from Toronto with GM Dave Nonis going to the hospital during Saturday's game after not feeling well. [Sporting News]

A look at the Penguins new and improved defensive system [Tribune-Review]

Jeff Zatkoff is confident he can fill the backup role, which is nice. [Post-Gazette]

Ryan Nugent-Hopkins returns to the Oilers lineup much earlier than anticipated. [The Hockey Writers]

Safe to say the Winnipeg fans still remember Teemu Selanne... [SB Nation]

...And oh my, Zach Bogosian...Oof. [SB Nation]

Five things we learned about the Toronto Maple Leafs during the opening week. [The Hockey Writers]

And finally, on a day where the Pittsburgh Pirates have an opportunity to advance to the NLCS (assuming the weather cooperates), be sure to check out our friends at Bucs Dugout and root 'em on.