The Penguins’ quest for their fifth Stanley Cup has one thing on its side that…
Pittsburgh’s NHL team could have been the Aardvarks, or worse.
Besides thoroughly mediocre Penguins hockey, the 1970s Civic Arena featured no fewer than a half-dozen celebrations for fans who stumbled into a big, round number.
In our archive, folders with Barrasso’s images do not bleed black and gold, they are mostly black and white.
It was demolished in 1956, the last remnants leveled by a concrete-filled safe that served as a wrecking ball.