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Penguins donate 2017 Stanley Cup ring

Symbol of championship joins distinguished collection at Hockey Hall of Fame @NHLdotcom

A contingent of Pittsburgh Penguins, including centers Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin, defenseman Kris Letang and general manager Jim Rutherford, presented a 2017 Stanley Cup championship ring to the Hockey Hall of Fame on Wednesday.

The ring, which features more than 200 diamonds, includes 10 yellow diamonds that comprise the Penguins logo on the face of the ring, and the phrase "Back 2 Back" with two images of the Stanley Cup on the left side of the ring, emblematic of Pittsburgh's titles in 2016 and 2017. 

There is also a number 5 in the eye of the Penguins, which represents Pittsburgh's five Cup championships. 

Tweet from @HockeyHallFame: New bling! The @penguins will be in the house at 4pm today to generously donate a #StanleyCup ring to our collection #HHOF

The ring will take its place in a display along with those commemorating other Stanley Cup winners, including one from every champion since 2007.

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