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Pittsburgh Penguins Stanley Cup Finals Tickets
Since the Pittsburgh Penguins managed back to back Stanley Cup Finals entries, winning one, the team has entered each of the last three NHL Playoffs with heavy expectations to compete deep into the bracket based on their proven talent, documented experience, and consistent core. Centers Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin, along with goalie Marc-Andre Fleury, were on board to anchor the middle of the team each year, and defensemen Kris Letang and Brooks Orpik have given the blue line a depth and versatility necessary to compete with the best teams each year.
Unfortunately, the last three seasons haven't worked out as well for the Penguins and the Consol Energy Center fans. Crosby dealt with injuries and early-round losses knocked them out of the NHL Playoffs each year. This season, the team rededicated itself to a responsible defensive system and ran away with the Atlantic Division. At the trade deadline, big additions like Jarome Iginla, Brenden Morrow, and Douglas Murray further solidified roster depth and versatility, making them the heavy favorites in the NHL Playoffs. Their road to the Stanley Cup Finals has had a rough start, though. Despite Crosby's return in the first round from a broken jaw, the Penguins had a back and forth, sometimes messy contest with the No. 8 seed New York Islanders. They managed to win the series in six, setting up a second round showdown with the recently healthy Ottawa Senators.
Pittsburgh Penguins Stanley Cup Finals History
The 2013 Stanley Cup Finals would be the Penguins' fifth trip to the final round of the NHL Playoffs; they earned the No. 1 seed in the East this season; if they meet the No. 1 seed in the West, the Chicago Blackhawks, it would be a rematch of the 1992 Stanley Cup Finals.
|Year||1st Rd||2nd Rd||3rd Rd||Stanley Cup Finals|
|1991||Devils||Caps||Bruins||North Stars (W)|
|2008||Senators||Rangers||Flyers||Red Wings (L)|
|2009||Flyers||Capitals||Hurricanes||Red Wings (W)|
Pittsburgh Penguins Stanley Cup Playoffs Highlights
The Pittsburgh Penguins entered the 2013 Stanley Cup Playoffs with lofty expectations and the No. 1 seed in the Eastern Conference. After a dominant start to the series, the Penguins had to work very hard to get past the unexpectedly tough play of the No. 8 seeded New York Islanders.
Pittsburgh Penguins Schedule & Key Dates
Opening Day / Pittsburgh Penguins First Game 2013
Pittsburgh Penguins Regular Season Last Game 2013
Pittsburgh Penguins Preseason Beginning 2013
PENGUINS SCORES3 wins, 2 losses (60%)
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