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Pens head back to road looking for back-to-back wins. Sheary continues to play at high level.

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After finally getting back on the winning track with a barn burner over the Capitals, the Penguins will look to make it back to back wins tonight taking on the Montreal Canadiens at the Bell Centre. Puck drop is set for 7:30 PM and will be broadcast on ROOT Sports.

Monday’s win did not come without a price, head coach Mike Sullivan announced that forward Matt Cullen will miss 3-4 weeks from an injury suffered blocking a shot against the Caps. [Trib Live]

In better injury news, defenseman Brian Dumoulin returned to practice for the first time since fracturing his jaw three weeks ago. Even though Dumoulin has returned to the ice he has not been cleared to play. [Pittsburgh Post-Gazette]

On Tuesday the Pens sent David Warsofsky back to Wilkes-Barre/Scranton and called up Cameron Gaunce in a corresponding move. [Pittsburgh Post-Gazette]

Goals were going in at the blink of an eye for both teams on Monday night and two of those came off the stick of Conor Sheary who has been one of the Pens most consistent performers this season. [Penguins]

The name Debra Cafaro might not sound familiar but the Pittsburgh native and CEO of Ventas Inc. purchased minority stake in the franchise. [Chicago Sun Times]

News and notes from around the NHL...

When is a goal more than a goal? Jujhar Kharia’s tally on Monday night went beyond the scoreboard. [SBNation]

Robin Lehner did not seem pleased with being pulled on Tuesday night. [Puck Daddy]