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Pens Points: For All the Marbles: Vol. 2

The Pens have experience on their side for tonight's Game 7, Bryan Rust will be looking to transform into "Mr. Clutch," and Mayor Bill Peduto has declared today be a special kind of day. More on these topics, as well as more stories in today's Pens Points!

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

The Pens and Sens will battle tonight in the 7th and final game of this series at PPG Paints Arena. Who will emerge victorious and represent the Eastern Conference in the Stanley Cup Final? Only time will tell. Puck drop is scheduled for 8:00!

Bryan Rust is no stranger to high-stakes hockey. [Penguins]

We're just a tad bit spoiled as Penguins fans. [Pensburgh]

The Penguins are no strangers when it comes to a do-or-die game. They will be coming into tonight's Game 7 with the element of experience on their side. [Penguins]

Today has officially been declared "Black and Gold Day" in Allegheny County as well as in the city of Pittsburgh. [Penguins]

Contract negotiations aren't something that many Penguins are currently focusing on, and for good reason. [Trib Live]

The Buffalo Sabres (and their new G.M. Jason Botterill,) may have some interest in the Penguins' director of amateur scouting. [Post-Gazette]

Even on his 23rd birthday, Matt Murray looks to be ready for Game 7. [Post-Gazette]

News and notes from around the NHL...

Here are the top 12 buyout candidates for the 2017 off-season. [Sportsnet]

Double trouble: Could the addition of Henrik Lundqvist's twin brother do anything for the Rangers? [Blueshirt Banter]