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Over the weekend, the Pens played a back-to-back set, losing both in overtime, they managed to lose another defenseman, and all of the players lost their scholarships to acting school. This, and much more in today's Pens Points.

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Here are your Pens Points for this Monday morning...

It all started on Friday. In what can very well be considered a snoozefest, the Pens lost a 1-0 game in overtime to the Kings. Getting any points without the team's best defenseman is always a plus, but it didn't end there. The very next night, the Penguins would receive the exact same result, albeit in a faster-paced game, losing 2-1 in overtime to the Leafs.

In Friday's game, the Pens managed to lose another D-man in Trevor Daley. Daley is considered 'week-to-week.' The Pens subsequently recalled Chad Ruhwedel from WB/S. [Penguins]

Things aren't going to get any easier for the defending Stanley Cup champs. The next portion of their schedule, combined with the current injury situation will result in a very rocky road. [Trib Live]

Some of the Penguins stopped by the Hockey Hall of Fame to drop off a Stanley Cup championship ring for future generations to see. [Pensburgh]

The Penguins released their annual holiday remake video. This year was a rendition of the holiday classic, Elf. [Pensburgh]

News and notes from around the NHL...

The youth are taking over the NHL... and this may just be the beginning of the transition. [The Hockey News]

Sidney Crosby, among others, are in favor of tweaking the NHL standings. [Pittsburgh Post-Gazette]

The Capitals Twitter account created an awkward situation with a face-swap fail on their Social Media Night. [Puck Daddy]