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Lightning policy on opponents' gear draws ire of Penguins fans

A Pittsburgh design shop has responded to the Tampa Bay Lightning's restrictions on Penguins gear at Amalie Arena with a vengeance. Instagram/Commonwealth Press via PIttsburgh Post-Gazette

A Pittsburgh design shop has responded to the Tampa Bay Lightning's restrictions on Penguins gear at Amalie Arena with a vengeance. Instagram/Commonwealth Press via PIttsburgh Post-Gazette

A Pittsburgh design shop has responded to the Tampa Bay Lightning's restrictions on Penguins gear at Amalie Arena with a vengeance — and a bit of style.

This afternoon, Commonwealth Press, a South Side screen printing and design shop, released a blue and white T-shirt that reads: "This is not a PGH Penguins Tshirt." Every word except "PGH" and "Penguins" is in fine print.

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Lightning policy on opponents' gear draws ire of Penguins fans 05/17/16 [Last modified: Tuesday, May 17, 2016 11:05am]
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