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Pens Points: Hump Day in the Bye Week

Sidney Crosby is finding his footing with his linemates, there has been another time change, and we wonder what’s next for the great 68. All this and more in today’s Pens Points!

NHL: Boston Bruins at Pittsburgh Penguins Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports

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

Sidney Crosby may be turning a corner with his production this season. And while this can, in large part, be due to Crosby playing “like Crosby,” the addition of Dominik Simon and Daniel Sprong are enhancing the chemistry on the top line. [Penguins]

A short Pens Point, but news nonetheless: The start time of the game against the St. Louis Blues on February 11 has been changed. [Trib Live]

ESPN writers gave their thoughts on what the future might hold for Jaromir Jagr. [ESPN]

News and notes from around the league...

All you have to do is turn the clock back to 1994 to envision what the Olympics looked like without the presence of the NHL. [CBC]

Former Penguin, Alexei Kovalev, doesn't seem too fond of how the NHL has evolved. [Sportsnet]

Arizona Coyotes forward, Anthony Duclair, may be the hidden gem of the NHL trade market. [Sportsnet]

Should a Seattle team make its way into the league, divisional realignment would become a prominent issue. Here’s how ESPN solves the geographical puzzle. [ESPN]