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In today's Pens Points, Conor Sheary is highlighted, the band is getting back together, and we find out how the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins are excelling and finding balance as a team. Plus, other newsworthy notes from around the league.

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

Conor Sheary is undersized. So much so that, had the Penguins not given him a chance last season, not many other teams may have given him one in a similar situation. However, Sheary's lack of size is no disadvantage for him. [Trib Live]

In accordance with the team's '50th Anniversary Celebration,' the 2009 Stanley Cup team is getting back together this Sunday before the game against the Lightning. [Pittsburgh Post-Gazette]

A well-rounded AHL affiliate can be crucial to an NHL team's success (See 2015-16 Pittsburgh Penguins). For the WB/S Penguins, they seem to have no problem finding a groove. [Penguins]

News and notes from around the NHL...

Well, tonight's the night. The Columbus Blue Jackets can tie the record for the NHL's longest winning streak set by the 1992-93 Penguins. Columbus, along with the rest of the league is buzzing at the thought of history being made. [Fox Sports]

Bruins legend, Milt Schmidt, passed away at the age of 98. [Stanley Cup Of Chowder]

Although there is no 'McDavid Sweepstakes' this year, it's never too early to start looking at the next crop of NHL hopefuls. Here are a few of the top prospects for the 2017 NHL Draft. [Puck Daddy]

Canada knocked off Sweden last night to set up the WJC final vs. USA tonight. [TSN]