What I’m Grateful for This Thanksgiving: Pittsburgh Penguins Edition

November 24th, 2009 by Sergey Zikov Leave a reply »
As Thursday and Thanksgiving approaches, it's a time to give thanks for the things we have in life—in the work place, at school, at home, and in the world of sports.

Being a Penguin fan since I first set foot in the 'Burgh in 1999, I've seen good times, dreadful times, and then back to the top once more.

From the moment Sidney Crosby was drafted in 2005, Penguin fans have had a lot of reasons to be hopeful for the future. And finally this past June, all of those fantasies became reality.

As you sit down for Thanksgiving dinner and watch the 2009 Stanley Cup Champions DVD, here are a few things that I am most thankful for.


I Am Grateful for Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Coach Todd Reirden

He might not be a household name by any means, but that doesn't mean his efforts are not appreciated. As the head coach of the Baby Penguins, he has one of the most difficult jobs in professional hockey.

He not only has to help prospects in the organization become better hockey players, but he must help them in a way so that they may succeed at the NHL lev ...

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