Here are your Pens Points for this Wednesday morning...
The Penguins and Rangers met for a divisional showdown at PPG Paints Arena last night. The Penguins were looking for five straight wins, but a third period goal off of a lucky bounce would give the Rangers a 4-3 victory. [Recap]
The horrendous injury to Steelers’ linebacker, Ryan Shazier, prompted an outpouring of support from people all across the sports world, including those in the Penguins’ organization. [Trib Live]
Tristan Jarry’s 4-1-2 record certainly speaks to his skill as a young goalie, but amid this hot run the Penguins have been on, is it possible the team is rallying around the young netminder? [Post-Gazette]
As previously mentioned, the Penguins are playing quite well recently, and some of that success can certainly be attributed to the penalty kill. [Post-Gazette]
News and notes from around the NHL...
It is becoming increasingly likely that Seattle will be the next home of an NHL franchise. With that, what could a potential team be named? [Seattle Times]
Jonathan Toews is the NHL’s highest-paid player for the second straight year. [SBNation]