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4 tickets Pittsburgh Penguins vs Flyers 11 27 17
4 tickets Pittsburgh Penguins vs Flyers 11 27 17

$400.00

2 PITTSBURGH PENGUINS TICKETS VS VANCOUVER CANUCKS 11 22 2017
2 PITTSBURGH PENGUINS TICKETS VS VANCOUVER CANUCKS 11 22 2017

$130.00

2 Pittsburgh Penguins vs New York Rangers 12 5 PPG Paints Arena tickets
2 Pittsburgh Penguins vs New York Rangers 12 5 PPG Paints Arena tickets

$95.00

Pittsburgh Penguins vs Colorado Avalanche 2 Tickets 12 11 2017 AISLE SEATS
Pittsburgh Penguins vs Colorado Avalanche 2 Tickets 12 11 2017 AISLE SEATS

$99.99

2 Pittsburgh Penguins vs Philadelphia Flyers Tickets 11 27 232
2 Pittsburgh Penguins vs Philadelphia Flyers Tickets 11 27 232

$109.00

12 1 17 Buffalo Sabres vs Pittsburgh Penguins 100 Level 2 Tickets
12 1 17 Buffalo Sabres vs Pittsburgh Penguins 100 Level 2 Tickets

$185.00

2 Tickets Pittsburgh Penguins vs New York Rangers 1 14 January 14 Sunday
2 Tickets Pittsburgh Penguins vs New York Rangers 1 14 January 14 Sunday

$144.99

2 TICKETS VANCOUVER CANUCKS  PITTSBURGH PENGUINS 11 22 2017 227 G 5 6
2 TICKETS VANCOUVER CANUCKS PITTSBURGH PENGUINS 11 22 2017 227 G 5 6

$51.87

2 Pittsburgh Penguins vs Philadelphia Flyers Tickets 11 27 17 3 rows off Ice
2 Pittsburgh Penguins vs Philadelphia Flyers Tickets 11 27 17 3 rows off Ice

$280.00

2 Tickets Pittsburgh Penguins vs Vancouver Canucks 11 22 2017
2 Tickets Pittsburgh Penguins vs Vancouver Canucks 11 22 2017

$100.00

2 Pittsburgh Penguins Tickets vs the Washington Capitals 2 2
2 Pittsburgh Penguins Tickets vs the Washington Capitals 2 2

$140.00

2 Pittsburgh Penguins vs Calgary Flames 3 5 PPG Paints Arena tickets
2 Pittsburgh Penguins vs Calgary Flames 3 5 PPG Paints Arena tickets

$80.00

2 Tickets Pittsburgh Penguins vs Boston Bruins 1 7 seats Sec114
2 Tickets Pittsburgh Penguins vs Boston Bruins 1 7 seats Sec114

$220.00

2 Washington Capitals  Pittsburgh Penguins Tickets 4 1 18 ONE ROW FROM GLASS
2 Washington Capitals Pittsburgh Penguins Tickets 4 1 18 ONE ROW FROM GLASS

$339.99

2 Pittsburgh Penguins vs Carolina Hurricanes CLUB Tickets Next to Runway 1 4
2 Pittsburgh Penguins vs Carolina Hurricanes CLUB Tickets Next to Runway 1 4

$500.00

Pittsburgh Penguins vs Columbus Blue Jackets 2 Tickets 12 21 2017 AISLE SEATS
Pittsburgh Penguins vs Columbus Blue Jackets 2 Tickets 12 21 2017 AISLE SEATS

$129.99



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One of the most exciting young teams in the NHL today, the Pittsburgh Penguins have enjoyed a rich history over the 4+ decades since they joined the NHL. Once of the six teams that joined the NHL during its original expansion from six to twelve teams in 1967, the Pittsburgh Penguins have won more Stanley Cups (three) than any of their 1967 cousins, including their arch-rivals - the Philadelphia Flyers - who only have two, and haven't hoisted the cup since the mid-1970's.

The Penguins enjoyed some success early on in their history, reaching the playoffs in 1970, and reaching the semi-finals before being eliminated in six games by the St. Louis Blues. It looked like the Penguins, with budding superstar, and rookie of the year Michel Briere, on their roster, were on the fast track to success. However, a tragic car accident in the off-season that took the life of Briere derailed that train, and the club finished out of the playoffs the following season.

The next few years were unmemorable for Pens fans. The club made the playoffs in 1972, but were swept in the first round by the Chicago Blackhawks. After that the club dropped in the standings, and battled the California Golden Seals for last place in the division.

The latter half of the 70s was a much brighter era for the Penguins. Led by stars like Jean Pronovost, Rick Kehoe and Pierre Larouche the Pens began to reach the playoffs on a regular basis. Poor team defense would ultimately prove their undoing in the post-season, but at least for a few years fans had something to cheer about.

The 1984 Draft: Mario Lemieux Becomes a Penguin

The 1983 and 1984 seasons were dismal for Penguins fans. In both years the club finished dead last in the standings. However, the dark clouds of that era in the club's history came with the brightest of silver linings. Finishing last in the 1983-84 season (amidst some allegations of deliberately tanking) the club earned the coveted #1 draft pick that year. With the pick the club chose Mario Lemieux, a towering junior star with the Laval Voisins. Lemieux, though less than thrilled at the time, of course went on to become the greatest player ever to don a Pittsburgh Penguins jersey, and all likelihood saved the franchise from folding.

Lemieux would be an instant superstar in the NHL, scoring on his first shift on his first game, and going on to record 100 points and earn the Calder Trophy as rookie of the year in his first season. However, as great as Lemieux was, the supporting cast around him was so poor that the Penguins continued to struggle. Year after year they failed to make the playoffs, despite increasingly impressive statistical seasons from Lemieux. Finally in the late 1980's the team finally got some help for the frustrated superstar. Players like Rob Brown, Kevin Stevens, Paul Coffey and Tom Barrasso took some of the pressure of Lemieux and were the building blocks for a team that would dominate the league within the next few years.

Back to Back Stanley Cups in 1991 & 1992

Though the Penguins missed the playoffs in 1989-90, they rebounded in a big way the following season. Their low regular season finish allowed them to draft high and they snagged another future superstar in Czech-born Jaromir Jagr. Jagr would provide plenty of offensive punch to complement Lemieux, and he, along with Mark Recchi and late-season acquisition Ron Francis would propel the Penguins to the league's best record, and the 1991 Stanley Cup.

The team had all the makings of a dynasty, and in 1992, they repeated their success from the season before, sweeping the Chicago Blackhawks in the Stanley Cup Finals to earn their second straight cup.

The 1993 season they looked poised to continue their dominance. They set an NHL record by winning 17 straight games in the regular season and were heavy favorites going into the playoffs to capture their third straight Stanley Cup. However, the New York Islanders had other ideas, spoiling the party when they knocked the two time defending champs out of the playoffs in the quarter-finals. The loss would spell the end of the "dynasty" and though the club would make it to game 7 of the Stanley Cup Finals in 1996, chronic injury, illness and ultimately a three year retirement by star Mario Lemieux kept them from reaching the pinnacle of success again in the 1990's.

The Sidney Crosby Era

Following the NHL lockout that saw the 2004-05 NHL season completely canceled the NHL made the decision that the only way to determine the #1 pick for the 2005-06 season would be to hold a draft lottery. All 30 teams would get a ball and an even chance of landing junior superstar Sidney Crosby, and the most anticipated draft-eligible player since Eric Lindros, with the first overall pick. The hockey gods smiled on the Pittsburgh Penguins that day, and when the dust settled on the spectacle Sidney Crosby was pulling on a Pittsburgh Penguins sweater.

The young phenom would make just as big an impact in his first season as Lemieux had made more than 20 years before. He didn't score on his first shift, but he did eclipse Lemieux's rookie point total, earning 102 in his inaugural season. He was edged out of the Calder Trophy by nemesis Alexander Ovechkin of the Washington Capitals, but Crosby would get his revenge in the following season, capturing both the Hart Trophy as NHL MVP and the Art Ross as the league's leading scorer that year.

Unlike Lemieux before him, Crosby had the benefit of a talented supporting cast early on in his career. Russian superstar Evgeni Malkin, and French Canadian goaltending star Marc-Andre Fleury gave Pens fans hopes that another Stanley Cup might not be too far off.

It didn't take Crosby and crew very long to get their first chance at Lord Stanley's mug. In 2008 they made it all the way to the finals before bowing out to the Detroit Red Wings in 6 hard fought games. The following season would be a similar story, but with a very different ending. Once again the Pens reached the finals, and once again they faced the powerful Detroit Red Wings. The Wings had a vast edge in experience, and had plenty of superstars of their own, including Nicklas Lidstrom, Henrik Zetterberg, and Pavel Datsyuk. In the end Crosby and his teammates wouldn't be denied a second time, putting in a gutsy game seven effort on the road, earning a 2-1 victory and the franchise's third Stanley Cup.