Back in 1967, the March of the Penguins began. The NHL welcomed in a new team based out of Pittsburgh, and one of the most storied franchises in hockey was born. The “first win” was inevitable, but the expansion Pens didn’t wait too long to net a victory. On October 13th, 1967, in their second NHL game, the Pens defeated the Blues 3-1. Check out the Throwback Thursday box score above!
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Saturday, Oct 13, 2018, 10:00 AM
Hampton Inn Bridgeville 150 Old Pond Rd Bridgeville, pa
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This is our most widely asked for workshop. We do this a few times a year and it will contain the steps you can take right now with very little experience. You can implement these steps and start using them in your day to day investment journey. We will discuss and hit on a few very important ideas on how to do the following 1. Where to look for th…
Early this morning, our United States Women’s Hockey Team defeated Team Canada in a shootout to capture Pyeongchang gold! If you were lucky (or stubborn) enough to stay up and watch the game last night, you saw one of the greatest games in United States women’s hockey history…and are probably a little tired today.
Rejoice, hockey fans! Drink a coffee and celebrate another great moment in United States hockey history! This week’s Throwback Thursday moment is the 1980 “Miracle on Ice” game. Ironically, February 22nd, 1980.
The Pittsburgh tie in? While the United States was engaged in arguably the most important game in USA hockey history, then President Jimmy Carter was hosting BOTH the Steelers and the Pirates for their respective championship visits to the White House! We here at DHRE would like to think two Pittsburgh sports dynasties meshing with the world’s greatest office caused a blast of patriotism that was felt all the way in Lake Placid, scaring the “Soviets” out of their game plan. (Laugh all you want…still a better plotline than Jean-Claude Van Damme’s “Sudden Death”.)