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    I'll see Stanley Cup Champions play tomorrow in Wilkes-Barre

    I also get to get my picture taken with the Cup tomorrow. I was going to wear my Talbot throwback, but I think I'll go with the new white one I bought (no player name or number on it now), because that is what the Pens wore when they hoisted the Cup in Detroit. I also have a black one without any name or number. Thoughts?

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    CROSBY AND MALKIN TO FACE OFF IN BLACK AND GOLD GAME

    WILKES-BARRE, PA Penguins fans will get a rare treat, when Pittsburgh Penguins superstars Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin line up on opposite sides of the puck during the Penguins Black and Gold Game, scheduled for Thursday, September 17 at the Wachovia Arena.

    Pittsburgh captain Crosby will be joined by fellow stars Sergei Gonchar, Jordan Staal, and Kris Letang on the black squad, while Malkin, Bill Guerin, Ruslan Fedotenko and Marc-Andre Fleury will don the home colors. Full rosters will be released closer to game time.

    Tickets for the Black and Gold Game are sold out, however a few seats have been reserved for fans purchasing packages starting as low as five games. Call the Penguins at (570) 208-7367 for more information on how to be a part of this once in a lifetime opportunity.

    All proceeds from the game will go to the Penguins/United Way Charity Fund.
    Forced patriotism is an oxymoron.

    A government leader proclaiming that citizens have to stand proudly for the National Anthem or else they shouldn't be in the country sounds more like a mandated decree from a totalitarian dictator like Kim Jong Un rather than the leader of the Free World.

    Our ability to peacefully protest is a fundamental American right, and any attempt by our government to squash this freedom is what is truly dishonoring the liberty that our Star Spangled Banner symbolizes.

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    Re: I'll see Stanley Cup Champions play tomorrow in Wilkes-Barre

    Here are the Stanley Cup pics that were taken on my lunch break today. I'm off to the game now!



    Forced patriotism is an oxymoron.

    A government leader proclaiming that citizens have to stand proudly for the National Anthem or else they shouldn't be in the country sounds more like a mandated decree from a totalitarian dictator like Kim Jong Un rather than the leader of the Free World.

    Our ability to peacefully protest is a fundamental American right, and any attempt by our government to squash this freedom is what is truly dishonoring the liberty that our Star Spangled Banner symbolizes.

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