No, the Stanley Cup doesn’t exist
From the National Hockey League: “A Stanley Cup is just a hockey trophy, it’s not real.”
That’s a hockey term.
That word has no meaning to me.
I have no idea what it means.”
That sentiment was echoed by another of the players on the roster, who told reporters that the Cup has no bearing on their play.
“It’s just a piece of plastic, a hockey jersey.
I don’t care what the name is.
It’s not something that we look at.
They said, “Oh, you guys have no interest in winning the Stanley.
It’s a game.”
I think we have a lot of respect for the NHL.
I think we’ve earned it.
But we have to remember that there’s no championship.
The NHL doesn’t have a championship.
There’s nothing that separates us from the other teams in the league.
We are all competing for the Stanley cup.
I just think it’s disrespectful to our game.
We all compete, we all have different levels of success.
That’s the most important thing in the world, to be the best that you can be, and I’m not sure what’s more important: the Stanley or winning the Cup.”
The Pens won the Cup in 1993, and have been to four straight Stanley Cups in their history.
It has been the most decorated sports franchise in the United States, and it’s the only sports franchise to win three championships.
For many, the NHL has become synonymous with its team.
Former NHL player Brian Leetch, who played with Pens teammates Ryan Suter and Nick Bonino, said that the fans love to see the Pens.
“[They’re] all just really passionate.
They’re all there to support each other,” Leetch said.
“They all have a passion for the team, and they love watching it.
And they love to be in the building, too.
There’s so much passion, so much respect, so many people in the arena.
Just the fans, they just have this really, really good sense of the game, the great organization, the guys who do it, and the organization that it’s built on.”
Leetch played for the Pens for 12 seasons.
Suter and Bonino are now both in the Hall of Fame, and are now in the final year of their contract.
Leeper said that he had not spoken to the Pens about his departure from the team.
“I think it was probably better for both sides.
It was kind of hard to leave,” Leeper said.
He added that he’s been a Pens fan since his first game, and he’ll miss the team and the city.
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