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2020 lurches on as Thanksgiving week is in the rear view mirror. A look at news and notes around the Penguins

NHL: NOV 30 Penguins at Blues

Welcome back to the real world, Thanksgiving is over. And not to alarm anyone, but a quick check of the calendar shows that December begins....Tomorrow! How is that possible?

Let’s check on what is going on with the Penguins and the hockey world at large.

What’s the only thing better than the Penguins? Dogs! Put Penguins with the pups and you have a pretty unbeatable combination as the 2021 charity calendar is now on sale. [Penguins Foundation]

The future isn’t going to be pretty. The Pens come in very low in a league-wide look of projections for the 2023-24 season. [The Athletic $]

With the Pens still not on the ice, the highest level hockey in Western PA right now belongs to Robert Morris. [Tribune Review]

Setting expectations and seeing the rebuild of the Senators in the coming years. (Remember how they got Matt Murray? That’s a real thing that happened and I have to remind myself that occasionally.) [Silver Seven Sens]

Looking at how the Bruins fit in with the newly proposed divisions. The new East sure is going to be tough! [Stanley Cup of Chowder]

The Flames’ coach Geoff Ward is moving ahead still with a January 1st start date in mind, per what he has heard from the league. [TSN.ca]

An ode to the prospects that never make it as NHL impact players, but we as hockey fans love just the same. [Pension Plan Puppets]

It’s not only an uncertain year, but one of great transitions for the Wild as Bill Guerin’s revamped club looks ahead to his second season. [Hockey Wilderness]

Travis Zajac has been with the Devils since 2006, but is getting up there and years and is in the final season of his contract now. [All About the Jersey]