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Pittsburgh Penguins Fans: Proving a New Level of Fanaticism

Published by on May 8, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - NHL

Let's start this article off by saying there is a difference between a fan and a fanatic.

Fans are the group of people cheering for their team when it scores a touchdown or goal. Fans wear their team's colors through thick and thin.

What's a fanatic? A fanatic is the drunk guy that messes with Tie Domi and gets thrown in the penalty box to his own displeasure.

In sports, you can say there are a group of fanbases whose stadiums you already know you don't want to visit with the wrong colors. I would never want to go to Fenway Park wearing a New York Yankees hat. I would never go to a Phillies game wearing a Mets jersey. And now, I would never wear an Alexander Ovechkin shirt to Mellon Arena in Pittsburgh.
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