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Peter Pan hits another home run with the Pittsburgh Penguins

On a cold February night in Pittsburgh, the Penguins were in a tie with the Nashville Predators and playing the first of two games in Nashville.

Peter Pan, a fan favorite in Pittsburgh who was born in North Carolina, was in attendance to cheer on his team.

But just before the puck dropped, the Predators tied the game with a goal by Sidney Crosby and two by Filip Forsberg.

Penguins goalie Mike Smith was in net to stop the final goal and give Pittsburgh a 2-1 victory.

In a press conference afterwards, Pittsburgh defenseman Chris Kunitz said he wasn’t even looking at the scoreboard.

“I was just looking at Peter, trying to be as patient as I could,” Kunitz told reporters.

“He’s a great guy and a great person.

He’s a tremendous teammate, a great leader and a wonderful person.

After the game, Penguins fans chanted “Penguins” in support of the Penguins. “

We’re going to get this win and we’re going do everything we can to bring him back to Pittsburgh.”

After the game, Penguins fans chanted “Penguins” in support of the Penguins.

“Everyone here was very happy to see Peter Pan in Nashville,” Kuniz said.

“But that’s just him.”

The Penguins were 3-1-1 against the Predators during the regular season and 3-0-1 overall.

The team also played the Nashville Stars in Nashville last season, defeating the Stars 4-1 in overtime.

The Penguins’ season ended on March 15 when they lost 4-3 to the New York Rangers.

Penguins defenseman Nick Bonino, who is one of the team’s main goalies, is also one of Pan’s favorite players.

Bonino has been playing for Pittsburgh for a decade, and he’s always been one of his favorite players, especially in Pittsburgh.

Bono also has a brother, Jonathan, who plays for the Predators.

“It’s kind of a cool story because I don’t know how that’s even happening,” Bonino said.

The Pens have had some rough seasons this season.

They went 8-12-1 last season.

Bonio said he has seen some of his old teammates and former teammates at the arena, and the players he knows have been trying to help the team this season, but it hasn’t always worked out.

“This is a great thing for the fans, but I don�t know how you can do it for yourself and your team,” Bonin said.

Bonin also said the Penguins would be a better team if the team would just get better on the ice.

“Obviously, I’m not going to say anything bad about anybody in the locker room,” Boni said.