Here are your Pens Points for this Wednesday morning...
The Penguins met the Canadiens last night for the first time this season, as the Pens kicked off a 3-game stretch at home. The first period could not have gone better for the home side, with the Penguins getting out to an early, one-goal lead. And after the first period, it all fell apart. [Recap]
Hey now, Jack Johnson is an all-star. Well, sort of. [Pensburgh]
Washington, Pa native Riley Barber made his debut last night against the team he grew up cheering for. [Trib Live]
What kind of, if any, future does Alex Galchenyuk have with the Penguins? [Post-Gazette]
There’s a Marino in Pittsburgh that no one is talking about. [ESPN]
News and notes from around the NHL...
The NHL is creating a platform for whistleblowers of abuse, as well as a training program based on diversity and inclusion. [ESPN]
In a surprise move, the Dallas Stars have parted ways with head coach Jim Montgomery over ‘unprofessional conduct.’ [Defending Big D]