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Pens Points: A Legacy Cemented

We’re looking at Jim Rutherford’s officially-recognized Hall of Fame career, Hornqvist is practicing, and Jarry is providing great depth. All that and more in today’s Pens Points!

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

Jim Rutherford was at a crossroads when he was dismissed from the Hurricanes roughly five years ago. Five years later, he has put the finishing touches on what is, deservedly, a Hall of Fame career. [Pensburgh]

And what has been the defining factor of GMJR’s career? Relationships. [Trib Live]

Patric Hornqvist is back at practice. [Trib Live]

Tristan Jarry’s play has put the Penguins in a rather positive position, for both the short term and possibly long term. [Post-Gazette]

It took quite a while for Dominik Kahun to acclimate to the Penguins. And for Kahun to get comfortable, it wasn’t just about the pucks and skates. [Post-Gazette]

News and notes from around the NHL...

Here are five players with the worst cost-per-point values in the NHL. [The Hockey News]

Move over, Jack Hughes and Kaapo Kakko. Blackhawks forward Kirby Dach is showing why he belongs in the NHL. [Sun-Times]