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Pens Points: A Perfect Road Trip

There’s a recap of last night’s game, Bryan Rust will do anything, and Andrew Agozzino was reminded of the grind of being a hockey player. All that and more in today’s Pens Points!

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Pittsburgh Penguins v Colorado Avalanche Photo by Matthew Stockman/Getty Images

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

The Penguins concluded their Western Conference swing last night with a duel in the desert with the Arizona Coyotes. [Recap]

Bryan Rust will not change his game, and will continue to do whatever’s asked of him in order to win. [Trib Live]

A return to where his NHL career began, in Colorado over the weekend, Andrew Agozzino was reminded of how brutal the grind can be to get to the world’s toughest professional hockey league. [Post-Gazette]

News and notes from around the NHL...

NHL on NBC broadcaster Jeremy Roenick has apologized after he made inappropriate comments towards his co-workers during a recent podcast appearance. [USA Today]

Montreal Canadiens forward Nate Thompson has opened up about his battle with alcohol and drug addiction, and how he’s rebounded into a new life. [Sportsnet]

Dallas Stars d-man and Wampum, Pa native, Stephen Johns, played first game in 22 months with the Stars’ AHL affiliate after not playing since 2017-18 due to post-traumatic headaches. [Dallas Morning News]

The New Jersey Devils have parted ways with now-former GM, Ray Shero. [All About the Jersey]