Here are your Tuesday morning Pens Points on this first day of November...
Bill West highlights the penalty kill's struggles and how that results from taking too many penalties. [Trib Live]
So, it's no surprise that Carl Hagelin and Bryan Rust are fast, but where did all that speed come from? [Pittsburgh Post-Gazette]
ICYMI, Pensburgh's own Hooks Orpik reviews the Ups and Downs through the first month of the season. [Pensburgh]
News and notes from around the NHL...
Bob McKenzie says Jacob Trouba only really has two choices. [TSN]
Senators goalie, Craig Anderson, turned in a 37-save shutout as he revealed that his wife has cancer. [Puck Daddy]
If Evander Kane can stay out of trouble, the charges against him will be dropped. [NBC Sports]
Top Habs prospect, Mikhail Sergachev, has been sent back to juniors. The Canadiens and and Sergachev's OHL team, the Spitfires, view this as a plus. [Sportsnet]
The Stars have lost forward Ales Hemsky for 5-6 months due to surgery on a torn labrum. [CBS Sports]
Will McDavid v. Matthews become the next great rivalry? [CBC]