Good Old Days weren't so long ago in the City of Champions. And while plenty was written about the Past, Present and Future of Pittsburgh Penguins goaltending, pictures might have best told the tale of Marc-Andre Fleury passing the torch (or, rather, the Stanley Cup) to Matt Murray.
On the last Hockey Night In Pittsburgh that wasn't a sellout, America had the following: George W. Bush was President; Beyonce's Irreplaceable was the No. 1 song on Billboard's Hot 100 chart; gas costs averaged $2.24 per gallon; Mike Tomlin had been head coach of the Steelers for all of two weeks, and Apple was finalizing a television advertisement to introduce the iPhone.
It's a day that ends in "day," so there must be some story stemming from the "Monday Night Football" game between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Cincinnati Bengals.
Is this KickGate?
It's been said that adversity builds character. Or reveals it.
Whatever, let's go with that...