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Due to global warming,game 7 of the National Hockey League Finals was skated on thin ice.
More than 375,000 people were in downtown Pittsburgh to witness the Penguins victory parade. The number is somewhat misleading, however, as 300,000 of them were standing in a breadline.
In Pittsburgh, Sidney Crosby and his Penguin teammates hand-delivered season tickets to fans. Across town, members of the Pirates coaching staff were also going door-to-door, delivering their resumes.
The Penguins said they're going to put the Stanley Cup in a place where it's sure to go untouched. Home plate at PNC Park.
The Detroit Red Wings beat the Pittsburgh Penguins in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Finals. Or at least that's what the viewer said.
The Pittsburgh Penguins won 8 of their first 9 games. In related news, we think the hockey season may have started.
The Detroit Red Wings could beat the Pittsburgh Penguins in 6 games to win the Stanley Cup. Wow, that's the same exact finish fans ignored last year.