1. In 1975, the Pittsburgh Penguins were struggling on the ice and at the box office.
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4. In 2007, the Pittsburgh Penguins made the playoffs, but were eliminated in five games by the Ottawa Senators in the first round.
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5. In 2005, the Pittsburgh Penguins were one of the worst teams in the league, but they were able to draft Sidney Crosby.
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6. Mario Lemieux helped turn the Pittsburgh Penguins into a strong team.
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7. The Pittsburgh Penguins have played 45 games on Thanksgiving Eve in 51 seasons and will continue the tradition this year when they face off against.
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8. The Pittsburgh Penguins announced that their young goaltender will be headed back to the shelf while Tristan Jarry has been recalled from the minor leagues under emergency conditions.
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9. The Pittsburgh Penguins announced that their young goaltender will be headed back to the shelf while Tristan Jarry has been recalled from the minor leagues under emergency.
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12. The Pittsburgh Penguins played two "home" games in the Cleveland suburb of Richfield, Ohio, in 1992 and 1993 at the Richfield Coliseum.
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13. In November 2009, the Pittsburgh Penguins launched a weekly radio show, NHL Na Russkom, hosted by George Birman and Oleg Mejeritski of Sovetsky Sport in order to appeal to Russian-speaking fans of the team.
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14. On October 9, 2018, the Pittsburgh Penguins unveiled their third jerseys inspired by the uniforms worn by the team in 1980s and during the 2017 NHL Stadium Series.
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16. When the Pittsburgh Penguins made their NHL debut in 1967, the team wore the colors dark blue, light blue and white.
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17. The Pittsburgh Penguins defeated the Capitals en route to all five of their Stanley Cup victories.
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20. On January 16, 2016, the Pittsburgh Penguins traded forward David Perron and defenceman Adam Clendening to the Anaheim Ducks in exchange for Carl Hagelin.
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22. At the end of the regular season, the Pittsburgh Penguins finished atop the Eastern Conference, matching-up against the eighth-seeded New York Islanders in round one.
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24. In the next round, the Pittsburgh Penguins faced the Montreal Canadiens.
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25. The Pittsburgh Penguins, seeded fourth in the East, began their title defense against the Ottawa Senators.
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26. For the second-straight year, the Pittsburgh Penguins finished the season in second place, behind New Jersey.
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28. The Pittsburgh Penguins acquired defensemen Hal Gill from the Toronto Maple Leafs for a second-round pick in 2008 and a fifth-round pick in 2009.
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29. In their absence, the Pittsburgh Penguins flourished due to the play and leadership of center Evgeni Malkin and backup goaltender Ty Conklin.
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33. In the late 1980s, the Pittsburgh Penguins finally gave Lemieux a strong supporting cast, trading for superstar defenseman Paul Coffey from the Edmonton Oilers and bringing in young talent such as scorers Kevin Stevens, Rob Brown and John Cullen from the minors.
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35. The Pittsburgh Penguins officially debuted wearing black and gold against the St Louis Blues at the Civic Arena on January 30, 1980.
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38. In the 1969 draft the Pittsburgh Penguins selected Michel Briere who although being chosen 26th soon was drawing comparisons to Phil Esposito and Bobby Clarke.
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39. Along with the Edmonton Oilers, the Pittsburgh Penguins are tied for the most Cup championships among non-Original Six teams and sixth overall.
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