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The Penguins current ownership group isn't losing sleep over lack of interested buyers, we now know when the parade will be, and we also know the status of Marc-Andre Fleury regarding the expansion draft. 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...

How exactly was Patric Hornqvist able to score the GWG to give the Pens another Stanley Cup? Take a look. [Pensburgh]

Let's talk about *that* whistle. [Pensburgh]

Over the last few years, Mario Lemieux and Ron Burkle have been trying to sell the franchise. After two Stanley Cups in the last two years, the lack of interested buyers is no big deal for the owners. [Post-Gazette]

For all of those that are interested in going as well as for those who haven't found out yet, the Penguins' victory parade is set for Wednesday at 11 a.m. [Post-Gazette]

Fresh off of another Stanley Cup victory, Las Vegas already has the Penguins as the favorite to win it all again next year. [Post-Gazette]

It was expected, and now it has been confirmed: Marc-Andre Fleury has waived his no-movement clause to be exposed to the Golden Knights. [Trib Live] *You will soon be able check out the Golden Knights SBN affiliate over at Knights On Ice. The website is not fully operational just yet, but keep your eyes out as the expansion draft nears...

The Pens-Preds Cup Final set a TV record. [Trib Live]

Jake Guentzel was one of the biggest influences to helping the Penguins raise another Cup this year. For Guentzel, the support of his family helped him along in his breakout season. [Trib Live]

One of the rules that GMJR wanted to live by heading into this season (after their 2016 Stanley Cup win), was to not have a massive turnover of players from his championship team. Now, a year later, and another Stanley Cup to his name, Rutherford is reaping the rewards. [Trib Live]

News and notes from around the NHL...

The off-season has officially begun. And with that comes coaching hires. The Florida Panthers have announced that Bob Boughner is the team's new head coach. [Litter Box Cats]