5 Ways the 2014 Winter Olympics Will Benefit the Pittsburgh Penguins

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5 Ways the 2014 Winter Olympics Will Benefit the Pittsburgh Penguins
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With the conclusion of the Sochi Olympics and the resumption of the NHL schedule, it's time for the Pittsburgh Penguins who took part to put away either their medals or their disappointment and focus on winning their division and chasing the Stanley Cup.

Having lost Paul Martin, Beau Bennett and Kris Letang for most of, if not all of the rest of the regular season, the Pens will have big holes to fill and little time to jell as a team before starting the most difficult stretch of their schedule.

While dealing with a compressed schedule caused by the Olympic break will undoubtedly be a challenge for the Pens, there have been some positives as well.

With just 24 games remaining in the regular season, let's look at five ways the Olympic tournament in Sochi will benefit the Pittsburgh Penguins. 

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