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Pens Points: A Forgetful Two Games

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There’s a recap of last night’s game, Evgeni Malkin has been honored, and the Penguins’ “Big 3” are on another level. All that and more in today’s Pens Points!

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

The Penguins and Islanders completed their home-and-home series last night, this time the Penguins traveled to Long Island. Following a rough 5-2 loss at home on Tuesday, the Pens were able to get out of New York and end this 2-game series with one point in a shootout loss. [Recap]

Evgeni Malkin turned into his alter ego, the Big Russian Bear, and as such, has been awarded the league’s second star of the month for October. [Pensburgh]

When Pittsburgh’s three-headed monster is on fire, nothing in the world can stop them. And at this point so far in the season, all three of Sidney Crosby, Phil Kessel, and Evgeni Malkin are on totally different levels. [Pensburgh]

The Post-Gazette has started a countdown of the Penguins’ best coaches. [Post-Gazette]

News and notes from around the league...

Former L.A. Kings d-man Slava Voynov has applied for reinstatement into the NHL after serving jail time for his role in a domestic violence case. [Sportsnet]

What are the NHL’s five most expensive forward lines? [Sportsnet]

The NHL is showing no signs of slowing down their growth in Europe, planning more games for their Global Series next year. [CBS Sports]

Bobby Orr wouldn’t be shocked in the least if there is another lockout in the near future. [CBC]