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PensBurgh May 23, 2018
A 2009 Penguin will win another Stanley Cup this year, catching up with the rest of that group

A 2009 Penguin will win another Stanley Cup this year, catching up with the rest of that group

Kunitz? Fleury? Orpik? One former Penguin Cup champion from 2009 is about to win another one. Had a realization the other day that one member of the Penguins 2009 Stanley Cup champion will be hoisting the Cup again this season no matter what. There’s only three teams remaining and Brooks Orpik, Marc-Andre Fleury and Chris Kunitz are split up among each of them. It hasn’t even been a decade, but here’s where that team is. (Going off at least playing 1 playoff game with the Pens in ‘09) Still playing in the NHL Evgeni Malkin, Sidney Crosby, Jordan Staal, Orpik, Kunitz, Fleury, Kris...
Tampa Bay Times May 18, 2018
Chris Kunitz's name is all over the Stanley Cup. Here's why

Chris Kunitz's name is all over the Stanley Cup. Here's why

TAMPA - The Stanley Cup is three feet tall and weighs about 35 pounds.Chris Kunitz is six feet tall and weighs 192 pounds.They're brothers.Lightning winger Kunitz is the only Lightning player to have won the Stanley Cup.He is the only active NHL player to
PensBurgh May 18, 2018
Offseason Reflections: was opting not to re-sign Chris Kunitz the right move?

Offseason Reflections: was opting not to re-sign Chris Kunitz the right move?

An early playoff exit and long offseason sometimes forces us to lament about the decisions made last year. Was the decision to let Chris Kunitz walk ultimately the right one? We think so. After agreeing to a one-year $2 million contract with the Tampa Bay Lightning on July 1, 2017, four-time Stanley Cup winner Chris Kunitz effectively ended his tenure in Pittsburgh. He listed reasons like “change is good” and “sometimes when you’re (the team) so close, everybody gets kind of complacent,” while also drawing many similarities between the Lightning and the Penguins styles of play —...

Chris Kunitz is chasing history and a fifth Stanley Cup. No big deal.

WASHINGTON – Chris Kunitz threw his navy-blue blazer over a black polo and hooked a left out of the tiny visitors’ dressing room inside Washington’s Capital One Arena, the same path he’s traveled roughly three dozen times throughout his career.

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