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Saturday Pens Points: Keep On Fighting

A member of the Pens organization is sharing her story, the team may need to do a bit more to be contenders, and EA Sports has extended its agreement with the NHL. All that and more in today’s Pens Points!

Toronto Maple Leafs v Pittsburgh Penguins Photo by Joe Sargent/NHLI via Getty Images

Here are some new Pens Points to kick off your weekend...

Katie Dudas is one of the Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation’s 50-50 Raffle sellers during Penguins home games. And with Hockey Fights Cancer month kicking off just a few days ago, she is sharing her story of how she is courageously fighting Stage 2 breast cancer. [Penguins]

The Penguins might have to do more to be considered real contenders in 2021. [The Hockey Writers]

News and notes from around the NHL...

The Minnesota Wild may be getting ready to unveil retro uniforms that harken back to the days of the North Stars. [Hockey Wilderness]

Longtime New York Rangers d-man Jim Neilson has passed away at the age of 79. [Blueshirt Banter]

Rangers defenseman Tony DeAngelo is not shying away from sharing his U.S. election opinions, which is far from the norm when looking at the rest of the league. [FanSided]

Here is what we know now about the NHL and where the league stands on its fight against COVID-19. [ESPN]

The next television deal may benefit the NHL owners in the long run. [Daily Herald]

EA Sports and the NHL have officially extended their partnership, allowing EA to continue producing hockey video games for the next several years. [NHL]

Alex Ovechkin says he will not play for any other team besides the Washington Capitals. [NHL]