Here are your Pens Points for this Wednesday morning...
The Penguins clashed with the Florida Panthers last night, looking to begin another long win streak after the loss to the Blackhawks on Sunday. In an all-too-familiar scenario, the Penguins got out to a 2-0 lead after one. This time around, the Penguins pounced on their feline foes and ended the night with a dominating 5-1 win. [Recap]
Is age just a number? 24-year-old Zach Aston-Reese looks to be pretty solid alongside the 42-year-old Matt Cullen. [Trib Live]
The Penguins will be closely monitoring the the play of Matt Murray moving forward. [Post-Gazette]
Many wives and girlfriends of Penguins players have created a special charity cookbook. [Penguins]
For all the WB/S Penguins fanatics, the AHL has announced that Friday’s game between the Baby Pens and the Charlotte Checkers will be broadcast as the AHL’s “Facebook Watch Game of the Week.”
News and notes from around the league...
Say what you want about P.K. Subban as a player, but the man is one of the best people in the hockey community. Subban created a video for two black hockey players who were subject to racist taunts while playing. The theme of the video: believe in yourself. [Washington Post]
Many NHLers participated in a video to share their favorite hockey cliches. What exactly are you doing if you’re not getting pucks in deep? [Trib Live]
Hockey in Alabama? Oh, you better believe it. [ESPN]