Here are your Pens Points for this Thursday morning...
Through three games so far, Tristan Jarry looks... pretty solid? [PensBurgh]
Tuesday’s game against the Dallas Stars was promoted as ‘Mike Lange Night,’ a night that celebrated the Hall of Fame broadcaster as he sails off into a well-deserved retirement. Take a look at all the great ways the Pittsburgh Penguins paid tribute to the legendary catchphrase connoisseur. [Trib Live]
Tuesday’s contest also saw the end of the Penguins’ sellout streak, a 633-game feat that goes all the way back to February 14, 2007. [Post-Gazette]
The Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation and the City of Pittsburgh Department of Parks and Recreation are introducing a new afterschool program at city recreation centers this week to introduce kids to the game of hockey. [Penguins]
Mike Sullivan’s players recently recognized their coach with commemorative plaque after Sullivan passed Dan Bylsma and became the Penguins’ all-time winningest coach. [Penguins]
News and notes from around the NHL...
As of this writing, four teams remain undefeated—the Florida Panthers, the Minnesota Wild, the Edmonton Oilers, and... the Buffalo Sabres?! Indeed, it’s true. But are all of these teams legit players? Or just off to lucky starts? [NBC Sports]