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A few roster moves were made, the big screen and "Gold Outs" are back, and it is time for everyone to start growing their playoff beards again. More on these topics, plus even more stories in today's Pens Points!

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

The Penguins have announced some roster moves ahead of the first playoff game on Wednesday. [Penguins] Interestingly, goalie Tristan Jarry was the only Baby Penguin that is still with the big club.

The Penguins have also announced that the beloved big screen and "Gold Outs" will be making their return for all home games during the Stanley Cup Playoffs. [Penguins]

As the Stanley Cup Playoffs are set to begin in a matter of hours, the Pens encourage everyone to grow a playoff beard for a good cause. [Penguins]

Former Penguins Head Coach, Mike Johnston, has found his way back home. [Pittsburgh Post-Gazette]

Obtaining back-to-back Stanley Cup Championships is an incredibly difficult task; it can be argued that the Cup is the hardest trophy to win in professional sports. For the Penguins, their path to Stanley Cup immortality will not be an easy one. [Pittsburgh Post-Gazette]

The Stanley Cup Playoffs have the ability to bring out the best in the 'clutch' Penguin players. [Trib Live]

News and notes from around the NHL...

The Vancouver Canucks have fired Willie Desjardins. [Nucks Misconduct]

Nolan Patrick still looks like the number one overall pick in the 2017 NHL Draft, according to TSN's post-season mock draft. [TSN]

Did Connor McDavid and Leon Draisaitl cost Jack Eichel $2 million? [Sportsnet]

The Kings have fired Darryl Sutter and Dean Lombardi. [Jewels From The Crown]