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Pens Points: The Midway Point

We look at a potential trade target, a former Penguins d-man had his Stanley Cup ring stolen, and some Penguins are getting active with social media during the bye. All that and more in today’s Pens Points!

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

Another name that has been circling around in Pittsburgh hockey circles regarding the trading deadline is Micheal Ferland. Are the Penguins in the market for the winger? [Pensburgh]

Many Penguins players are sharing what they are up to through social media. [Pensburgh]

Who was Pittsburgh’s first All-Star MVP? [Penguins]

Former Pens defenseman, Cameron Gaunce, recently had his Stanley Cup ring stolen from his home. [Trib Live]

The resurgence of goaltending is what’s kept the team in their championship hunt. [Trib Live]

Prospect defenseman, Ethan Prow, has taken a ‘big step forward’ while playing for the WB/S Penguins this season. [Post-Gazette]

News and notes from around the league...

Ryan Spooner and Ty Rattie, both players who were surprisingly placed on waivers by the Edmonton Oilers, were not not claimed by any other team and will remain with the big club. [TSN]

Senators goalie, Craig Anderson, says it’s time for the NHL to take a harder stance on opposing players crashing the net. [Ottawa Sun]

Here’s how the new Seattle franchise plans to create the perfect NHL team. [ESPN]