Stanley Cup, Pittsburgh Penguins Visit US Open during Oakmont

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Photo: Twitter/Tim Rosaforte

by Marika Washchyshyn

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OAKMONT, Pa. — There’s a lot of championship hardware in Pittsburgh right now: The NHL’s Pittsburgh Penguins paid a revisit to Oakmont Country Club Thursday with a opposite kind of prize in tow.

Lord Stanley’s Cup, carried by group captain Sidney Crosby, supposing a acquire warn for fans and players alike. Crosby and a horde of other players participated in a putting foe during a Spectator Village, dubbed ‘The Epic Putt Challenge’ in between sleet delays.

The revisit from a 2016 Stanley Cup champions supposing a good daze for players who waited out mixed continue delays during a initial turn of a U.S. Open. It was a good tradeoff between dual championship events; in March, a U.S. Open Trophy visited a Penguins’ locker room during a contest media tour.



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