Posted February 08, 2018 06:29:31While the Pittsburgh Pirates may have won the Stanley Cup, it was a different time in Pittsburgh.
In 1967, the Penguins played their first season in the American Hockey League.
The Penguins had only been in existence since 1969.
The Pittsburgh Penguins had just two Stanley Cup championships and were one of the worst teams in the league.
The Pittsburgh Penguins lost to the Detroit Red Wings in the 1967 Stanley Cup finals.
The Penguins had a strong playoff run, losing in seven games in the first round of the playoffs, losing three in five games in their second round, and winning in seven in the third round.
But that didn’t stop the Pittsburgh Steelers from wearing helmets on their helmets for the 1967-68 season.
The NHL has long been known for the fact that helmets are mandatory for all players in all NHL games.
However, in recent years, the league has started to change the way helmets are worn.
In the 2017-18 season, the NHL instituted a rule that helmets would no longer be mandatory during any game, including post-season games, during which players are required to wear a mask.
The rule was initially announced in February 2018, and it went into effect for the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs.
“The Penguins are proud to wear helmets and we appreciate the fans for supporting them,” Penguins President and General Manager Jim Rutherford said in a statement.
“Our players have worked hard on this change and it has made a big difference to the way we wear our helmets and to our fans’ health and safety.”
During the 2017 postseason, the Pittsburgh Panthers were one team that didn.
They wore masks for most of the game.
The Panthers had a 2-2-0 record during the regular season and a 3-2 record in the playoffs.
The Panthers won their second straight Stanley Cup championship, and they will wear helmets for all games during the 2017 season.
The NHL has also instituted new policies for fans to wear masks at games.
In addition to the helmet rule, the new helmet rules also include the following: