Here are your Pens Points for this Monday morning...
Last night, the Penguins returned home to face the Bruins. Riding some momentum from their shutout win against the Islanders on Friday, the Penguins got out to an early 3-1 lead, blew that, got down, tied it, and ended the night with a goal from an angry Russian bear. [Recap] The Penguins will now enjoy a 5-day break before resuming play on Saturday against the Red Wings.
Daniel Sprong has only been with the Penguins for a handful of games now, but after the game against the Islanders, in which we saw him score twice, Sprong is showing why he looks to be a good fit with the Pens moving forward. [Trib Live]
While Matt Murray has been struggling in recent games, Tristan Jarry has been making some noise right behind him. [Post-Gazette]
Yesterday’s win also saw many furry fans enjoy a game. [Penguins]
The OT win last night was a good stepping stone for the Penguins and they’re hoping for even greater fortunes on home ice. [Post-Gazette]
News and notes from around the league...
Unfortunately, the NHL and fans alike may soon have to come to grips with the fact that Jaromir Jagr will not play into his nineties. [Yahoo Sports]
Dan Girardi was forced out of a game due to blocking a shot with his head. [Sporting News]
In order to keep the All-Star Game fresh and show some of the game’s best players, the NHL is looking into making changes to the skills competition. [Sportsnet]