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Pens Points: West Coast Swing

Dumoulin and Marino are back on the ice, Marleau is grateful, and Sheary is excited. All that and more in today’s Pens Points!

NHL: DEC 14 Kings at Penguins Photo by Jeanine Leech/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

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

In a moment of positive injury news, both Brian Dumoulin and John Marino were back on the ice yesterday, as they continue to rehab from their injuries. [Pensburgh]

It’s been a rough recent stretch for Justin Schultz, but even without the offensive production, he is still very much involved in the Penguins’ offense. [Trib Live]

Let’s take a look back at the Penguins debuts for other Jim Rutherford trade deadline acquisitions. [Trib Live]

The Penguins have recalled Sam Lafferty from the WB/S Penguins on an emergency basis. [Trib Live]

Dominik Kahun ‘didn’t really see it coming’ in regards to his trade to the Buffalo Sabres. [Post-Gazette]

Conor Sheary is excited to team up once again with Sidney Crosby. [Post-Gazette]

Patrick Marleau is ‘grateful’ for this chance to capture his first-ever Stanley Cup. [Post-Gazette]

News and notes from around the NHL...

Seattle’s new NHL team will give every fan free transportation to their games. [SB Nation]

Former NHLer Kris Versteeg has been very vocal about the recent emergency backup goaltender situation, saying the NHL should not be allowing this to happen as a billion-dollar organization. While Versteeg seems to hate fun, the overnight sensation that David Ayres has become may be the best thing in sports. [For The Win/USA Today]