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Pens Points: Pens Lose Game, Hornqvist

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The Pens suffered a shutout loss in which their last remaining healthy top-6 winger was injured. Yeah, last night could have gone better. [PPG]

Sid had a tough game, and a tough few preceding games. He had trouble finding the open net against the Canucks. [Trib - Yohe]

To quote Seth Rorabaugh, depth was on display last night. Unfortunately for the Pens, it was the Canucks depth. [Empty Netters]

Even after receiving a 2-game suspension, Robert Bortuzzo is unlikely to change his style of play. [PPG]

A story on good friends and Canucks prospects Hunter Shinkaruk and Bo Horvat. [Hockey's Future]

Former Flames GM Jay Feaster is having fun with Oilers' losing streak. [CBS Sports]

Martin Brodeur made 20 saves in the Blues loss to the Nashville Predators. [The Score]

Just like the good old days, Brodeur is facing a bright young star named Forsberg. [The Hockey News]

Oilers GM MacTavish will address the media on Friday, but no coaching change seems imminent. [TSN]

Ryan Suter is the most recent player sidelined by the mumps. [The Hockey News]

Sergei Bobrovsky made club-record 52 saves in the Blue Jackets shootout win against the Panthers. [Pro Hockey Talk]

Daniel Alfredsson said goodbye to hockey and retired as an Ottawa Senator yesterday. Alfie forever. (Video) [Yahoo Sports Canada]

The top ten moments of Daniel Alfredsson’s incredible career. [The Hockey News]

But if it somehow happened and the Penguins lucked into McDavid, let’s all just agree to fold the NHL and start a new league without them.

Who should fans be rooting for in the Connor McDavid sweepstakes? All 30 teams, ranked from least to most deserving. Of course, you know who's #30. Good stuff here. [Grantland]