Here are your Pens Points for this Thursday morning...
The Pittsburgh Penguins continued their Canadian road trip last night by facing off against Connor McDavid and the red-hot Edmonton Oilers. A back-and-forth affair, the stars shined bright, but it was the Oilers who collected the two points, besting the Penguins 5-2. [Recap]
The Pittsburgh Penguins yesterday announced a new third jersey that the team will begin wearing later this month. The design, essentially a black version of last season’s Reverse Retro sweaters, will be worn sporadically for at least the next three seasons. [PensBurgh]
Penguins defensemen are taking pride in their ability to deny zone entries to the opposition. [Post-Gazette]
The constant presence of Mario Lemieux as co-owner of the Penguins combined with his newly-found place as a minority owner in the Fenway Sports Group project shows the value of continuity in pro sports. [Trib Live]
News and notes from around the NHL...
What are the top 10 most unsportsmanlike moments in league history? [Yahoo]
Tyler Bertuzzi, one of the NHL’s only unvaccinated players, has been placed into the league’s covid-19 protocol. [Detroit Free Press]