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    Holy Guacamole!
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    Scratch my back with a hacksaw...that's back to back for Grandma, Jack! It's been quite a season and I wouldn't have guessed that the Pens would have shut out Nashville two games in a row to win it. Should be a great parade.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rwsaunders View Post
    Scratch my back with a hacksaw...that's back to back for Grandma, Jack! It's been quite a season and I wouldn't have guessed that the Pens would have shut out Nashville two games in a row to win it. Should be a great parade.

    https://media.giphy.com/media/l46CzD...1BUA/giphy.gif
    Well..............I hope the disallowed Predators goal leads to a rule change. Saying that, the Penguins were the stronger team.

    Congrats to Pittsburgh.
     

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    I called that Horny GW! i did not like seeing that disallowed goal in a final, even though the right call. hard to say how it changed the face of the game, but we all know it did. that being said the Penguins were the better side and had just enough to win it. i have had a rough last couple weeks (including a lingering injury keeping me off the bike more than id like), so this great news was a welcome distraction in life for me.
     

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    Nashville had four failed power plays including a 5 on 3 and a flubbed breakaway shot by Sisson that didn't help their cause. I read a review where the Nashville coach noted a change in "energy on the ice" after game 5 in Pittsburgh, where Nashville was shut out 6-0...the game where Crosby skated like a man possessed and six different players scored goals. Nashville lost all three games in Pittsburgh by a combined score of 15-4 and he felt that a win at home in game 6 would give them more than a fair shot at the Cup in game 7.
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    Beer, hooky and a prophecy: How Pittsburgh celebrated yet another Penguins parade | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

    Here are the best signs from the Penguins Stanley Cup parade | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

    My youngest and a few of his high school mates joined about 650,000 other crazed fans for the Stanley Cup parade yesterday. You can tell by the pics that they were near the action and what impressed him was that the players ended up getting out of the cars and hanging out with the crowd. He's got a cool closeup video of Fleury posing with some older ladies and just having a good old time. Btw...my wife would leave me in two seconds flat in Fleury as much winked in her general direction.

    I posted a link to an article about the parade for you Matt. I especially like the statement from a Delta pitot from Boston who was on a layover, so he went to the parade. "Not every day that you get to see the Stanley Cup."

    Old time hockey fans for sure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rwsaunders View Post








    Beer, hooky and a prophecy: How Pittsburgh celebrated yet another Penguins parade | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

    Here are the best signs from the Penguins Stanley Cup parade | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

    My youngest and a few of his high school mates joined about 650,000 other crazed fans for the Stanley Cup parade yesterday. You can tell by the pics that they were near the action and what impressed him was that the players ended up getting out of the cars and hanging out with the crowd. He's got a cool closeup video of Fleury posing with some older ladies and just having a good old time. Btw...my wife would leave me in two seconds flat in Fleury as much winked in her general direction.

    I posted a link to an article about the parade for you Matt. I especially like the statement from a Delta pitot from Boston who was on a layover, so he went to the parade. "Not every day that you get to see the Stanley Cup."

    Old time hockey fans for sure.
    So awesome. I thought about flying my dad and i to Pittsburgh for it. hes not been back in something like 18yrs. looks like it was a ton of fun!
     

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