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From Columbia Blue and Penguin Pete to Vegas Gold and Iceburgh
Hornets
(AHL)

The city's AHL team that won three championships and won the hearts of the Ol' Time Hockey fanatics
Pirates
(NHL)

Not everyone knows that Pittsburgh had an NHL team 40 years before the Penguins
Yellow Jackets (USAHA)
Pre-Depression era squad that won back-to-back international titles
Phantoms
(RHI)

Professional roller hockey? These guys – and a gal – rolled in the Igloo for one season
Forge
(NAHL)

The city's first real junior team where current NHLers got their start
Shamrocks
(IHL)
Pre-Hornets team that was here in 1935-36. Check out the cool jerseys
Arena Histories
The new arena has three tough acts to follow
Multimedia
Some classic videos and rare photographs that capture the spirit of the game
Odds & Ends
Where great bar bets are born – and where they go to die

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Pittsburgh Hockey History made on April 17 ...
1959 - Pittsburgh Penguins right wing Jimmy Mann was born.

1962 - Penguins center
Rob Geale was born.

1981 - Pens right wing
Konstantin Koltsov was born.

1989 - The Penguins defeated the Philadelphia Flyers, 4-3, in the opening game of the Patrick Division Finals. The Flyers eventually won the series in seven games.

1991 - The Penguins lost to the Washington Capitals, 4-2, in the first game of the Patrick Division Finals. The Penguins eventually won the series in five games.

1994 - The Penguins lost to the Washington Capitals, 5-3, in the opening game of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals. The Capitals eventually won the series in six games.

1996 -
Petr Nedvedset a team record for fastest two goals (0:11) in the playoffs, but the Penguins lost to the Washington Capitals, 6-4, in the opening game of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals. The Penguins went on to win the series in six games.

1997 - The Penguins lost to the Philadelphia Flyers, 5-1, in the opening game of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals. The Flyers eventually won the series in five games.

1999 -
Jaromir Jagr won his second consecutive, and third overall, NHL scoring title with 127 points.

2006 - Sidney Crosby became the youngest player in NHL history to reach 100 points with three assists in a 6-1 win over the New York Islanders. Marc-Andre Fleury stopped
Miroslav Satan on a penalty shot.
Did we miss a major event from this date? Send us a note and we'll add it for next year.
LAST GAME RECAP:
April 27 - Tampa Bay's Sean Bergenheim scored the only goal of the game and Dwayne Roloson made 36 saves to shut out Pittsburgh, 1-0. Tampa Bay won the best-of-seven series.
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Sunday, April 10, 2011

Pittsburgh Penguins v. Tampa Bay Lightning Schedule

Game 1: Wednesday, April 13 at Pittsburgh, 7:00 p.m.
Game 2: Friday, April 15 at Pittsburgh, 7:00 p.m.
Game 3: Monday, April 18 at Tampa Bay, 7:30 p.m.
Game 4: Wednesday, April 20 at Tampa Bay, 7:30 p.m.
Game 5: *Saturday, April 23 at Pittsburgh, TBD
Game 6: *Monday, April 25 at Tampa Bay, TBD
Game 7: *Wednesday, April 27 at Pittsburgh, TBD

Perfect attendance: Letang and Talbot

Only Kris Letang and Maxime Talbot played all 82 regular season games in 2010-11 and they have made the list of 59 players for the Pittsburgh Penguins that did not miss a game all season.

Letang is the current holder of the Iron Man belt, playing the last 140 regular season and playoff games. Letang's streak started on November 28, 2009 vs. New York Rangers.

Thursday, March 24, 2011

 
This site dedicated to the preservation of our city's hockey heritage.

Where's the bulletin board? We have listened to your requests to include a bulletin board on this site, but right now we don't have time to moderate and maintain a discussion board.

More importantly, our editors feel that the best Penguins board out there is RJ Ackerman's highly popular Let's Go Pens board. It's a must-read for any serious Pens fan.

If you are really into collecting hockey jerseys and are curious what die-hard jersey fanatics talk about, then do yourself a favor and visit Gameworn.net.

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Hockey is a tough, physical game, and it always should be. But what happened Friday night on Long Island wasn’t hockey. It was a travesty. It was painful to watch the game I love turn into a sideshow like that.
MARIO LEMIEUX
Pittsburgh co-owner, in repsonse to the NHL's response to the penalty-marred game between the Islanders and Penguins.


NUMBERS WATCH

210
Number of consecutive sellouts at for the Penguins
Through 4/27


4
Number of Penguins players and executives in the Hockey News' list of 100 People of Power and Influence.

4, Sidney Crosby
27, Matt Cooke
28, David Morehouse
41, Ray Shero


21
Number of years in Consol Energy Center's naming rights agreement


2
Number of Pittsburgh natives to score a goal for the Penguins. 14 locals have played in the NHL...


20
Number of men that have been head coach of the Penguins





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FAST FACTS

Other Pittsburgh Arenas:



The Casino – the birthplace of ice hockey in Pittsburgh – was destroyed by fire on December 17, 1896. The city would have to wait for three more years to have another indoor rink – Duquesne Gardens – for recreational skating and ice hockey.

The Winter Garden was Pittsburgh's third indoor rink and was the site of Hobey Baker's last hockey game.




AMERICA'S
GREATEST
HOCKEY STAR
HOBEY
BAKER

The only man inducted into the College Football and Hockey Hall of Fames played his last competitive hockey game at the Winter Garden in the Steel City on March 24, 1917.

Baker joined the service shortly after the United States entered WWI on April 6, 1917.

Baker died when his plane crashed in France in December 1918.

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