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Pens Points: Goalie Dilemma?

Dominik Simon is showing versatility, Teddy Blueger was cautious with his workout routine, and we look at the Penguins’ backup goalie situation. All that and more in today’s Pens Points!

NHL: MAR 14 Penguins at Sabres Photo by John Crouch/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

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

What are the odds that Tristan Jarry takes the backup job away from Casey DeSmith? [Pensburgh]

After an impressive showing at the IIHF World Championship tournament in May, the Penguins are now experimenting with Dominik Simon at the center position. [Trib Live]

Teddy Blueger was cautious over the summer with his workout routine, choosing to take the “quality over quantity” approach to stay in shape. [Post-Gazette]

Happy Valley is Hockey Valley. The preseason game between the Penguins and Sabres showcased just how much State College loves the game of shooty-puck. [Centre Daily Times]

News and notes from around the NHL...

The Flyers’ official social media accounts had, um, a “unique” way of letting fans know that the team re-signed Travis Konecny and Ivan Provorov. [Broad Street Hockey]

What would a move back to the wing do to Max Domi’s potential offensive production? [Eyes On The Prize]

Brock Boeser’s agent has explained why his client and the Vancouver Canucks chose to go with a bridge deal, rather than a long-term extension for the young star. [Sportsnet]

Here’s a quick look at what is soon to be Seattle’s new NHL arena. [KING-TV]