Here are your Pens Points for this Monday morning...
Yesterday morning, the Penguins announced that the recently-acquired forward Joseph Blandisi has been sent down to Wilkes-Barre/Scranton. [Trib Live]
Here’s how the Penguins can rediscover their identity. [Post-Gazette]
News and notes from around the league...
A faster overall NHL game has led to many players, especially veterans, changing their routines, relying on weight loss and different nutrition techniques to keep pace. [NHL]
A spicy Pens Point right here: Is Connor McDavid at risk of becoming another NHL Picasso who ends up painting houses? [Globe And Mail]
Who is the most underrated player on every NHL team? [Yardbarker]
The Washington Capitals took a strong stance against hate by starting Devante Smith-Pelly alongside Alex Ovechkin in Chicago nearly a year after Smith-Pelly was subject to racist taunts in the United Center. [USA Today]
With their bye week commencing as well, the Buffalo Sabres will recharge their batteries ahead of a stretch of games that will define their unexpected 2018-19 season. [Die By The Blade]
A trade ‘of some magnitude’ may be in the works between the Colorado Avalanche and the New York Rangers. [Blueshirt Banter]