Super soft and comfortable, durable and classic. All of our garments are screen printed by hand the old fashioned way, run true to size and are guaranteed to become your favorite to wear everyday.
Tri-Blend Tee - 4.5oz, 50/25/25 poly/combed ring spun combed cotton/rayon, unisex cut with shoulder to shoulder taping.
Ring Spun Crewneck - 8.5oz, 80/20 ring spun cotton/poly, 100% ring spun cotton face, locker patch & twill-taped neck.
Ring Spun Hoodie - 8.5oz, 80/20 ring spun cotton/poly, 100% ring spun cotton face, locker patch & twill-taped neck with fashion drawstrings.
Pittsburgh Civic Arena 1967
Home of your Pittsburgh Penguins
As part of the 1967 NHL expansion, the city of Pittsburgh was selected to host one of six new franchises. With a hockey seating capacity of 12,508, Pittsburgh's Mellon Arena was eight seats over the NHL's minimum seating benchmark. Due to its outward appearance, the Arena was nicknamed "The Igloo" which led to the naming of the Penguins. The Penguins debuted at the Civic Arena on October 11, 1967, in a 2–1 loss to the Montreal Canadiens. Andy Bathgate scored the Penguins's first goal in the arena. It was the first NHL game played between an expansion team and an Original Six team. The Penguins won their first game at the Arena on October 21, when they became the first expansion team to beat an original NHL franchise—besting the Chicago Black Hawks 4–2.