Historical Pittsburgh Penguins Milestones
The Pittsburgh Penguins are one of the most iconic franchises in the NHL. The Penguins were founded in 1967 and call PPG Paints Arena their home. Before moving into their current home in 2010 the Penguins played in the Civic Arena or “The Igloo” as it was called for decades. As members of the Metropolitan Division the Penguins play in the Eastern Conference competing against foes such as the New York Rangers, Washington Capitals, and the Philadelphia Flyers for playoff spots./p>
Over the course of the Pittsburgh Penguins’ impressive history the Penguins have been one of the NHL’s most decorated franchises. The Penguins have captured Stanley Cup titles in 1991, 1992, 2009, 2016, and 2017 as well as winning 6 conference championships. Mario Lemieux is one of the greatest hockey players of all-time and led the Penguins to their first two Stanley Cup titles. Lemieux is a Hall of Famer and winner of the Hart Memorial Trophy three times, Art Ross Trophy six times, and the Conn Smythe Trophy twice. Today’s roster includes some of the game’s finest players including Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin. Sidney Crosby is regarded among the best players to have ever lived and has led the Penguins to three Stanley Cup championships. Crosby is also a recipient of the Conn Smyth Trophy, Art Ross Trophy, and Hart Memorial Trophy multiple times each. Evgeni Malkin has played his entire career for the Penguins and is a multiple time All-Star center and winner of the 2007 Calder Memorial Trophy. Mike Sullivan took over as the head coach of the Penguins in 2015, and won the Stanley Cup in his first two seasons as their head coach.
The Penguins have had some of the league’s biggest stars play for the franchise including Phil Kessel, Jaromir Jagr, Paul Coffey, Olli Maatta, and Patric Hornqvist. Purchasing autographed Pittsburgh Penguins sports memorabilia for your home, office, sports room, or man cave will never be a decision that you regret making. All of our signed Pittsburgh Penguins memorabilia and collectibles are guaranteed authentic product offerings.
Collecting Pittsburgh Penguins Memorabilia Memorabilia
Mario Lemieux Autographed Photos
: Hall of Famer Mario Lemieux will go down in history as one of the best players to ever play in the NHL. Lemieux is a Pittsburgh Penguins icon because during the 1990-1991 and 1991-1992 seasons Lemieux led the Penguins to their first and second Stanley Cup titles in franchise history. This center was also named an All-Star ten times and won the Ted Lindsay Award four times. Signed Mario Lemieux photos are just what you need to add to your sports memorabilia collection. One of our autographed Mario Lemieux photos will look great displayed anywhere and our guaranteed authentic photos will capture iconic images of Lemieux hoisting the Stanley Cup in the air.
Sidney Crosby Autographed Jerseys
: Sidney Crosby is a once in a generation talent. Since being drafted with the first overall pick of the 2005 NHL Draft by the Penguins, Crosby has dominated the league. This perennial All-Star has even won the Maurice Richard Trophy while leading the Penguins to numerous Stanley Cup titles. An autographed Sidney Crosby jersey will look great displayed on the walls of your home or office. Our signed Crosby jerseys are guaranteed to be authentic and will add tremendous value to your hockey memorabilia collection.
Evgeni Malkin Autographed Pucks
: It would not be an easy task to find a better center in the NHL than Evgeni Malkin. Malkin has been a force to be reckoned with since being drafted by the Penguins with the 2nd overall pick of the 2004 NHL Draft. While playing in the NHL, Malkin has played an important role in the Penguins Stanley Cup titles. Shop our certified authentic hockey memorabilia collection today for your very own autographed Evgeni Malkin puck. A signed Malkin puck is a rare and unique sports collectible that will commemorate the amazing career of this superstar.
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