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Pens Points: Heartbreak in Brooklyn

After a "Wednesday Night Rivalry" matchup against the Islanders in which the Pens lost in last-second fashion, they are back at it tonight at home against the Dallas Stars. That, plus much more in today's Pens Points.

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Here are your Pens Points for this first day of December...

The Pens faced off against the Isles last night.The Pens were off for the majority of the game and they were taking penalties left and right. There was a brief glimpse of hope in the 3rd when the Pens tied it at 3, but Isles would not be denied, taking the game-winning lead with under 30 seconds left.  [Pensburgh Recap]

The Penguins are accepting the risks, as well as taking precautions when it comes to blocking shots. [Trib Live]

What exactly is wrong with the Penguins' penalty kill? [Pittsburgh Post-Gazette]

NHL Insider Bob McKenzie has offered his latest thoughts on the Penguins and the possible trade surrounding Marc-Andre Fleury. [FanRag Sports]

The Penguins are set to honor the 1991 and 1992 Stanley Cup Championship teams on Saturday against the Red Wings. [Penguins]

News and notes from around the NHL...

Harnarayan Singh, the Punjabi-Canadian NHL broadcaster now famous for his "Bonino! Bonino! Bonino!" goal call from last year's playoffs, is set to call his first NHL game in English. [CBC Sports]

NHL All-Star Game voting begins today. [NHL]

The Rangers are once again the NHL's most valuable franchise, according to Forbes annual list. [Puck Daddy]