Found May 15, 2013 on Diehardsport:
  A Pittsburgh Penguins fan at the Penguins-Ottawa Senators game showed off some gross dedication by shaving “Let’s Go Pens” into his chest.  While it’s preferable that fans don’t do this, at least he did a good job with it. [@EmptyNetters]

Penguins fan with gross team spirit

I… I really don’t even know what to say about this.  How the hell does one even have that much body hair to do something like this?  And at what point did this seem like a good idea to walk around the concourse like this? Oh wait, it’s Pittsburgh?  Hell, this probably isn’t even the weirdest body hair arrangement at the game tonight.

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Pittsburgh Penguins fan shaves "Let's Go Pens" into chest hair (Picture)

Personally, I'm still trying to figure out if I'm impressed by the dedication of this Pittsburgh Penguins fan or if I should be totally grossed out. Check out this image courtesy of Pittsburgh Post-Gazette writer Seth Rorabaugh of one Penguins fan who shaved "Let's Go Pens" into his chest hair: This fan brought to you by Norelco:

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"Geno" Crosby?  

China Jack's 2013 Pens 2nd Round Playoffs Toast

Despite the moans and groans when the Pens and Isles were tied at 2 games apiece, Pittsburgh pulled through with back-to-back wins and a ticket to the 2013 NHL Playoffs 2nd Round. So you better believe I got my old friend China Jack back on the horn to properly toast the passing of Round 1 as we look for positivity in Round 2. The Senators are a different monster than the Islanders...

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