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The Pittsburgh Penguins are an NHL franchise. They play in the Eastern Conference as part of the Metropolitan Division. The team was formed in 1967 in the first round of expansion that the NHL underwent, when it expanded from six to twelve teams. The Penguins used to play in the historical Civic Arena, which earned the nickname “Igloo” among the NHL fans. They moved out from the arena in 2010 after which they moved to the Consol Energy Center. The Penguins have showed great consistency in their form as they won another division title in the 2014 season. Get Pittsburgh Penguins Ottawa tickets and watch the team compete against the Ottawa Senators.
The Pittsburgh Penguins ended the last season securing first place in their division for the second consecutive time. This was their eighth division title. They won five of their division crowns in the time period between 1991 and 1998. They had to wait a decade before they won their sixth title in 2008. The Penguins also have won four conference titles to their name. They won two consecutive conference titles in 2008 and 2009 to make it to the Stanley Cup finals. Their record in the Stanley Cup Final has been nothing short of spectacular; of the four times they played for the cup, the Penguins have been unable to win only once - in 2009. With their three Stanley Cups, the Penguins rank next to the New Jersey Devils in terms of cup wins. Get Pittsburgh Penguins Ottawa tickets and watch the action on the rink as the Penguins take on the Senators.
The Head Coach of the Pittsburgh Penguins is Mike Johnston, who joined the team for the 2014 – 2015 season. In his first season with the team, he led the players to a terrific opening. They have shown a compelling record at home. A glimpse of their form can be seen by the fact that they have only four losses in eighteen games at home. Sidney Patrick Crosby is the captain of the Penguins. The resilient Canadian was sidelined with a potential career threatening injury, for almost two seasons. Yet he came back strongly to lead the team. Under his leadership more success from the team can be expected in the upcoming seasons.