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Pens Points: Combating the Catfish

There's a recap of last night's game, yesterday's game came with many debuts, and the Penguins' resident Dad is emotional, yet excited for this Cup run. 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 Tuesday morning...

5 goals on 12 shots. Penguins won. Yup. [Recap]

A win is a win, especially in the Stanley Cup Final. However, the Penguins know they stole last night's game. [NBC Sports]

For many Penguins, yesterday marked their first-ever Stanley Cup Final appearance. Although some debuts were more successful than others, it is still a fun time for everyone. [Penguins]

Dad is certainly enjoying what may be the final run of his career. [Penguins]

Before the game, NHL Commissioner, Gary Bettman, addressed GMJR's comments on the protection of the NHL's stars. [Trib Live]

As you could tell by the headline, the Pens had to thwart off the power of Nashville's catfish. A Predators fan actually threw a catfish on the ice during last night's game. How did this happen? [Post-Gazette]

News and notes from around the NHL...

Could Ilya Kovalchuk re-up with SKA St. Petersburg? [All About The Jersey]

Edmonton's Leon Draisaitl is set to become a very happy man. [Copper And Blue]