Here are your Pens Points for this Monday morning...
The Penguins will be holding a “Hockey Fights Cancer” Awareness Night during tonight’s game that includes a whole host of ways for players and fans to raise awareness and funds for the NHL’s Hockey Fights Cancer initiative. [Penguins]
Odd-man rushes are becoming a prevalent theme of the Penguins’ play, which is #notgood. [Pensburgh]
Here are 10 numbers that may come into play for the Penguins as the season progresses. [Post-Gazette]
Olli Maatta has been finding a niche now as a young veteran on this Penguins team. [Trib Live]
This recent losing streak has seen the even-strength offense go out the window. [Trib Live]
With Pittsburgh’s bottom-six leaving much to be desired, we proposed a potential acquisition that could bolster the lower lines’ scoring. [Pensburgh]
News and notes from around the league...
The NHL and MGM have announced a deal that will see the league and the casino giant work together, as this new era of sports gambling is making its way all across North America. [Boston Globe]
The key to success for NHL longevity in Europe? More day games. [Toronto Star]
Talks for a new CBA have already begun. [Sportsnet]