‘I’m a product of the ’91-92 Stanley Cup champion Penguins," former Harvard Crimson defenseman Dylan Reese admitted. While the early 1990s Penguins were a powerhouse, hockey had not really boomed in Steeltown prior to the arrival of Mario Lemieux. When "Le Magnifique" and his supporting cast finally brought some silver to the Steel City, a young Reese couldn’t help but be drawn to the ice.
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