It would be completely understandable if the Pittsburgh Penguins and the people who follow them are fixated on a single number today.
That, of course, is because that’s the number Jaromir Jagr wore for 11 seasons while playing for them. A number that, on Feb. 18, will become the third in franchise history to be retired.
But the Penguins have generated lots of other figures and statistics during their first dozen games this season, and some of them might have gone largely unnoticed. Here’s a look at a few of those: