Here are your Pens Points for this Friday morning...
For the Pittsburgh Penguins, goaltending is a concern, but the Penguins are also giving up too many chances. [PensBurgh]
Speaking of goaltending, Tristan Jarry’s status remains uncertain. [Trib Live]
Penguins players aren’t oblivious to the trade deadline, but they’re not dwelling on it. [Trib Live]
A few Penguins fans who have traveled the world recently spent some time in Antarctica meeting some actual penguins. [Penguins]
News and notes from around the NHL...
The NHL is prepared to stream in-market games if Bally Sports & AT&T SportsNet go out of business. [Cord Cutters News]
Paul Jerrard, a former NHL assistant coach, has died at 57. Jerrard had been a coach at the University of Nebraska Omaha since May 2018 and was fighting a long-term battle with cancer. [NHL]
The Detroit Red Wings announced a two-year extension for former Penguin Olli Maatta. [Winging It In Motown]
One-time Penguins prospect Calen Addison, who was shipped off in the Jason Zucker trade, has admitted his frustration with being a healthy scratch. [Hockey Wilderness]
Should the Washington Capitals, ever intertwined with the Crosby-era Penguins, be sellers at the trade deadline?! Yes. [Japers’ Rink]