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One of Mike Sullivan’s great traits is highlighted, Dominik Simon could prove to be a valuable asset, and the Penguins hope one Flower never droops. All this and more in today’s Pens Points!

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The Penguins and Avalanche meet tonight for the Penguins’ final game of their 5-game home stand. Puck drop is set for 7:00 PM! With that...

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

One of Mike Sullivan’s greatest traits as a head coach is that of creating dynamic line combinations. From H.B.K., to more recently, Guentzel-Malkin-Kessel, this is something that Sullivan is honing and perfecting. [Trib Live]

Even if he is approximately 2,200 miles from Pittsburgh, the Penguins are still rooting for Marc-Andre Fleury. [Post-Gazette]

Making his 2017 NHL debut on Saturday and chipping in with an assist, Dominik Simon may provide a shot in the arm for the bottom six. [Pensburgh]

News and notes from around the NHL...

With so much talk of the league expanding to Seattle, when shifting focus over to a city like Quebec City, the expansion fee could reach $800 million. [Toronto Star]

Arguably seen as the greatest team of all time, the 1984-85 Oilers were once doubted. [CBC]

With the twins at 37-years-old, the Sedins know the end is near, but they have more to give. [The Hockey News]