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There is a recap of last night's crazy win against the Caps, a few roster moves were made, and Sully and Rutherford are being honored in Pittsburgh. All of this and much more in today's Pens Points.

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

The Caps and Pens faced off for the second time in five days last night. To put it lightly, the game was nuts. The Pens were down 3-0, scored five consecutive goals in rapid fashion, and they chased Braden Holtby from the net. The Capitals responded from the onslaught and tied the game at 5. Evgeni Malkin notched a hat trick and subsequently put the Pens up 6-5. Oh, and this was all done in the 2nd period. Sidney Crosby scored in the 3rd period, but the Caps would not go away and would tie the game at 7. Conor Sheary notched the game-winner in OT as the Pens won 8-7. [Pensburgh Recap]

Earlier in the day yesterday, Mike Sullivan announced that Kris Letang is 'week-to-week' with a lower body injury. The injury occurred in Saturday's game against the Red Wings. Letang was placed on IR. Because of this, rookie sensation Jake Guentzel and Chad Ruhwedel were recalled from WB/S. [Penguins]

Now may be the best time to bolster the defense and acquire a depth defenseman. [Pittsburgh Post-Gazette]

GMJR and HCMS are being honored as the Dapper Dan "Co-Sportsmen of the Year." [Penguins]

News and notes from around the NHL...

Here is an NHL Trade Deadline Preview of who may be buying, selling, or staying pat. [Sportsnet]

The NHL has nixed the Breakaway Challenge portion of All-Star Weekend. [Puck Daddy]

Here are 5 storylines that may be of some interest in the 2nd half of the season. [CBC Sports]