Here are your Pens Points for this Monday morning...
What does Sidney Crosby’s injury mean for the team moving forward? [Pensburgh]
Evgeni Malkin is putting some magic back in the Penguins’ lineup, and he may need to sprinkle some more of that magic depending on how long Sidney Crosby is out. [Post-Gazette]
Speaking of Sid, he has revolutionized the NHL in a different way, shaping it into his image. [Sportsnet]
Bryan Rust’s hot streak has certainly helped the Penguins over the last few games. [Penguins]
Several veterans, including a 102-year-old Mt. Pleasant woman, were honored at the game against the Blackhawks. [Trib Live]
News and notes from around the NHL...
Steve Yzerman’s plan as Red Wings GM has been made clear. So what could be next? [Winging It In Motown]
Are the Vancouver Canucks back? Here are five reasons to think so. [The Hockey News]
Sportsnet has apologized for Don Cherry’s ‘offensive, discriminatory’ remarks regarding Toronto citizens not wearing poppies. [CBC]