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Tim Benz, Jonathan Bombulie preview Penguins’ 5-game, 9-day road trip

Tim Benz
| Friday, January 11, 2019 6:45 a.m

I’m joined by Penguins beat writer Jonathan Bombulie for Friday’s Penguins podcast.

He has a weeklong series about the team coming up for their bye week, which starts starting Jan. 21. He’ll give us a sneak peek.

Before then, the Pens have five straight games out west, starting Friday night in in Anaheim. J.B. gives us a preview.


LISTEN: Previewing Penguins West Coast swing


We also examine:

• The ripple-effect of the Daniel Sprong-Marcus Pettersson trade

• Injuries to Patric Hornqvist and Zach Aston-Reese

• Fighting in hockey

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