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The Pens have been keeping Matt Murray on the move in order to allow him to play in as many games as possible. They hinted that some more steady decision in this regard might come soon. [Trib]

In Molinari's Pens chat he thinks that the the Pens would be buyers at the deadline, most likely still looking for another defenseman. [PPG]

Meanwhile, can Ian Cole continue to crack the lineup? Seemed like a good fit at first, and now can barely get into a game. [PPG]

Scott Wilson was the leading goal scorer in the AHL and now has started to heat up at the NHL level. But can he keep this up? [PPG]

The latest athlete sidelined with blood clot issues is Heat's Chris Bosh, and Pascal Dupuis, whose career came to a sad and untimely end due to the same problem, had a very simple advice for him: just listen to your doctors and listen to your body. [Fox Sports]

In Monday's long read, if the Leafs fire sale has done anything so far it was to set pricey precedents for the rest of the teams. [TSN]

Elliotte Friedman did a hockey reddit AMA yesterday focused on the trade deadline questions and there were a lot of good nuggets, though not much Pens-related. [Sportsnet]

He thinks the Rangers are all-in this year and despite several teams interested in Keith Yandle he doesn't seem to be available. [Today's Slapshot]

Kevin Allen thinks the Blackhawks are the best fit for Andrew Ladd and the Rangers are the best option for Eric Staal. [USA Today]

Is anyone on the Maple Leafs safe at the deadline? Are guys with term on their contracts safe? Who knows. [Sportsnet]

What is going on with the Isles and Kyle Okposo? No extension, even no negotiation, so will the current road trip be his last with the Isles? Possibly, though that's a playoff team and may just take their chances with him. [Newsday]

Yotes' goalie Louis Domingue accused the officials of not treating him the same way as Braden Holtby on the other side and not giving him a whistle throughout, but mostly on the controversial game winner by Mike Richards. [The Score]

Could Auston Mathews pull a Lindros and crack the Young Guns lineup for World Cup of Hockey straight from the draft? [Sportsnet]

John Tortorella goes on one of his customary rants, this time about the coach's challenge, which he wants gone and done with. Hey at least they didn't allow any points to the Bruins. [CBS Sports]

Special teams spotlight in the latest iteration is on the optimal formations to be deployed at 6-on-4. [NHL Special Teams]

Jack Johnson's dispute with his family over mismanaging his assets and leaving him millions of dollars in debt continues, this time over their Michigan family home. Read and stare into an empty space afterwards. How awful. [TSN]

The Florida Panthers will patiently wait on Jagr to decide whether he wants to return for his 22nd NHL season. And I think he will. [Globe & Mail]