Monday morning, camp is in full swing, still down some players though.
And, um, not sure if you're like me or not but did you realize the Penguins play....tomorrow? It's true Red Wings come to town
Tristan Jarry is pulling double duty. He's on the ice for practice now and then will be in net for Team 2 during the scrimmage. -MC— Pens Inside Scoop (@PensInsideScoop) September 26, 2016
It will be interesting to see if Jarry can earn a spot on the NHL roster this season. The Pens (wisely) say they aren't going to try and rush Murray back, so this could be a great chance for Jarry to make his NHL debut and give his own progression a little boost. The opportunity is right there for him, can he take advantage?
Olli Maatta back on the ice at #Pens Training Camp after returning from the #WCH2016 pic.twitter.com/rA5YqT88Ma— Josh Getzoff (@PensJG) September 26, 2016
No big surprise, Maatta is renowned for his workouts and ethic and he's back on the ice after getting eliminated as the first of the Penguins six players from the World Cup of Hockey to come back on the ice for Pittsburgh.
Evgeni Malkin is expected to be back soon, and the Swedes (Patric Hornqivst and Carl Hagelin ) got eliminated yesterday and will probably be given a little time off.
Murray, obviously, is out a while and Sidney Crosby will have games in the best-of-3 championship on Tuesday, Thursday and (if necessary) Saturday.
Not much news yet on Nick Bonino but today's developments aren't promising
Bonino isn't listed on either of the #Pens three training camp groups for today. He left a scrimmage early yesterday after blocking a shot.— Wes Crosby (@OtherNHLCrosby) September 26, 2016
Finally, safe home to Western PA legend Arnold Palmer
After winning the Cup with Pittsburgh in 1992 Arnold Palmer sent a congratulatory note to me which I still cherish What an ICON and LEGEND— scott bowman (@coachwsb) September 26, 2016