Here are your Pens Points for this Friday morning...
Last night, the Penguins faced off against their fierce rival, the Columbus Blue Jackets. Both teams desperately wanted to upstage their division foe, but in the end, it was the Penguins who would come out on top. [Recap]
After the game, Blue Jackets coach, John Tortorella, didn't mince words when he talked about over-agressive officiating. [Post-Gazette]
WATCH: The Penguins have unveiled their annual holiday spoof video. [Twitter]
News and notes from around the league...
The Calgary Flames and Ottawa Senators are in difficult situations regarding their desires for new arenas. However, they could learn a few things from the New York Islanders, who recently announced that they’re staying in New York. [The Hockey News]
There are many factors that go into the Vegas Golden Knights and how they've garnered so much success in such a short amount of time. But perhaps the biggest reason for the team’s success lies in its second line. [TSN]
Speaking of Vegas, former Penguin and current Golden Knight, David Perron, highlighted what he felt when he was told Vegas was taking him in the Expansion Draft, as well as his time spent in Sin City. [The Players’ Tribune]