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Pens Points: Cooling The Jets

Kris Letang shares his addiction problem, Jake Guentzel's hockey world comes full-circle with the Penguins, and we look at why Jaromir Jagr is still awesome. All this and much more in today's Pens Points.

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

The Pens are back in action tonight as they play host to the Winnipeg Jets. For high-flying Jets content, check out everyone over at Arctic Ice Hockey. Tonight, Sidney Crosby has an even better chance to cement his name into the history books as he looks to finally accrue 1,000 career points. Puck drop is scheduled for 7:00!

Yes, folks. Kris Letang is, in fact, addicted... to chocolate. [Pittsburgh Post-Gazette]

One couple got a very big surprise at the game on Tuesday. [CBS Pittsburgh]

For Jake Guentzel, it is a small hockey world. [Penguins]

Even though his birthday was yesterday, it's never too late to celebrate a certain mullet-wearing legend. Here are 45 reasons why, at age 45, Jaromir Jagr is awesome. [Puck Daddy]

News and notes from around the NHL...

Gustav Nyquist received his punishment for "high-sticking" Jared Spurgeon. Nyquist has been suspended for six games. [Hockey Wildnerness]

Former Penguin and Hillary Duff's ex-husband, Mike Comrie, is under investigation for sexual battery. [CBC Sports]

The contract details for Claude Julien have been unveiled. [TSN]