Pittsburgh Penguins Greatest Plays in Sports Coasters

$68.00 CAD
  • Pittsburgh Penguins Greatest Plays in Sports Coasters
  • Pittsburgh Penguins Greatest Plays in Sports Coasters
  • Pittsburgh Penguins Greatest Plays in Sports Coasters

Pittsburgh Penguins Greatest Plays in Sports Coasters

$68.00 CAD
Relive four of the greatest moments in Pittsburgh hockey history. Each set comes with four laser-etched coasters depicting these historic plays:

1991 Stanley Cup Finals: Game 6 - First Stanley Cup
2017 Stanley Cup Finals: Game 6 - Back-to-Back Champs
2009 Stanley Cup Finals: Game 7 - The Cup Winning Save
1900 Stanley Cup Finals: Game 6 - 4th Stanley Cup

These slate coasters are laser-etched indelibly into the stone itself.
- Size: 4" x 4" x 0.25" per coaster
- Weight: 0.25lbs (4oz)
- Natural edge
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1991 Stanley Cup Finals: Game 6
First Stanley Cup
Pittsburgh vs Minnesota
8 - 0
Met Center, Bloomington, MN
Leading the series 3-2, Pittsburgh traveled to Minnesota for a Game 6, eyeing the Stanley Cup trophy. Lemiuex's 4 points would help lead the Penguins to a 8-0 dismantling of the North Stars, winning Pittsburgh's first ever Stanley Cup.

2017 Stanley Cup Finals: Game 6
Back-to-Back Champs
Pittsburgh vs Nashville
2 - 0
Bridgestone Arena, Nashville, TN
Pittsburgh was aiming to become back-to-back champs for the 2nd tiime. With less than 2 minutes left and the game still scoreless, Schultz rattled a shot off the boards as Hornqvist was the first to react. Behind the net, he shot if off of the goalie's elbow as it richocheted back in for the score.

2009 Stanley Cup Finals: Game 7
The Cup Winning Save
Pittsburgh vs Detroit
2 - 1
Joe Louis Arena, Detroit, MI
Fleury's double save to clinch the Finals included a final diving attempt to block Lidström's follow-up and is one of the league's greatest saves in history. An iconic moment for Pittsburgh legend Fleury, it secured the Cup as they got revenge on Detroit who had beaten them the year prior.

1900 Stanley Cup Finals: Game 6
4th Stanley Cup
Pittsburgh vs San Jose
3 - 1
SAP Center, San Jose, CA
After dispatching New York, Washington and Tampa Bay in route to the Finals, Pittsburgh was more than ready to claim the title over San Jose. San Jose was able to force a Game 6 but no more. Brian Dumoulin opened scoring with a goal on a power play but San Jose's Logan Couture tied it in the second. Kris Letang quickly answered, with the eventual game winner, off a pass from Sidney Crosby to put Pittsburgh up 2 - 1. Patric Hornqvist finished the game with an empty netter to give Pittsburgh a resounding win over San Jose and their 4th Stanley Cup.

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