Found July 19, 2013 on The Pensblog:
The NHL schedule has been announced and so have the names of the new divisions. The Penguins are now in the "Metropolitan Division." The other divisions maintain their normal-sounding names: Atlantic, Pacific and Central. We now kind of hope that the Penguins never win a division title because seeing "METROPOLITAN DIVISION CHAMPION" on a banner in the rafters will make us cry. Anyway, the Pens open the season against the Devils at home. Here's a link to their full schedule and our previous post on this.
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