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Tristan Jarry reflects on his first All-Star Game, the Penguins aren’t the only team with a dual goalie strategy, and Kris Letang’s son stole the weekend. All that and more in today’s Pens Points!

2020 Honda NHL All-Star Game - Metropolitan Division v Atlantic Division Photo by Dilip Vishwanat/Getty Images

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

The Penguins aren’t the only team using the increasingly-popular dual goaltender strategy. [Trib Live]

Ex-Penguin Mark Johnson has made his own impact in the women’s hockey sphere. [Trib Live]

Kris Letang might not have the NHL’s hardest shot, but he knows when to use it. [Post-Gazette]

Speaking of Letang, his son, Alex, stole the show over the weekend. [Post-Gazette]

Tristan Jarry’s first All-Star Game was a whirlwind experience, but it was a memorable weekend nonetheless. [Post-Gazette]

News and notes from around the NHL...

Women’s hockey was given a platform it had never been given before during All-Star weekend, but the sport remains without its own stage. [Washington Post]

Here are the highlights and low-lights, the best and worst of the 2020 NHL All-Star Game. [ESPN]

Here are the 6 coaches and general managers that will impact NHL playoff race. [NBC]

The NHL, like the rest of the sports world, is mourning the sudden and tragic loss of NBA legend, Kobe Bryant. [NHL]