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b>Pens (2-2, 1-1 Road) at Sens (3-1, 1-0 Home), Ottawa, 5:00 pm ET, ROOT Sports Injuries Ottawa Guillaume Latendresse: Questionable: Missed Friday’s game with undisclosed injury. Jared Cowen: Out, Will miss the season after undergoing hip surgery. Mike Lundin: Out, Expected to miss another week or two with a broken finger. Penguins Tanner Glass: Questionable, missed Sat...
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