Free ticket giveaways. The "Trib Tron" in action during the regular season. The last Opening Night at the Mellon Arena, also known well as the Igloo. And most importantly, raising a third Stanley Cup banner signaling a truly new generation of Penguin superstars. It was a great night for hockey. But despite all the pregame frivolities, the Penguins still had a game to win, as the division rival New York Rangers came to town looking to spoil the party. Except Marc-Andre Fleury and the two-headed monster had other ideas. They had no intention of falling flat with a Cup hangover. Both hundred-point men scored and Fleury utterlyárobbed Vaclav Prospal on a two-on-one, bringing back memories of Game Seven against the Capitals. Most importantly however, the Penguins held off a late Ranger rally f ...
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