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Pens Points: Montreal Mayhem

The Penguins are in Montreal tonight for the season’s first road game.

NHL: Tampa Bay Lightning at Pittsburgh Penguins Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports

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

Pittsburgh Penguins head coach Mike Sullivan believes his squad of flightless birds has something to prove after the disappointment of last year’s short playoff run. [Penguins]

During the game against the Tampa Bay Lightning over the weekend, the Penguins honored one of their longtime and most popular off-ice staff members who’s now enjoying a well-deserved retirement. Former head equipment manager, Dana Heinze, was more than deserving of the honor. [Post-Gazette]

Penguins defenseman P.O Joseph, a Laval, Quebec native, is ready for a new experience in Montreal. [Trib Live]

It’s only been two games, but the Penguins are already feeling the absence of Teddy Blueger on the penalty kill. [Trib Live]

News and notes from around the NHL...

In a rebuilding year for the Montreal Canadiens, Mike Hoffman isn’t doing enough to keep his starting spot. [Eyes On The Prize]

The NHL needs to rethink its scheduling tactics. [Mile High Hockey]

Minnesota Wild winger, Mats Zuccarello, had some choice words when asked to describe his team’s defensive performance. [Hockey Wilderness]

Toronto Maple Leafs goalie, Matt Murray, is out for four weeks after getting injured at practice on Saturday. [Pension Plan Puppets]