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Penguins championship DVD goes on sale July 26

Package features game highlights, behind-the-scene access, special features

by Pat Pickens @Pat_Pickens / NHL.com Staff Writer

Pittsburgh Penguins fans can relive their team's march to the Stanley Cup with release of the official championship Blu-Ray combo pack, DVD and Digital HD: Stanley Cup Champions 2016: Pittsburgh Penguins on July 26.

Cinedigm and NHL Studios teamed up to create the film, which tells the story of the 2015-16 Penguins. It features highlights from each Stanley Cup Playoff game, behind-the-scenes access and interviews with coach Mike Sullivan, captain Sidney Crosby, goalie Matt Murray and other players.

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Obama congratulates Sullivan on Penguins' Cup win

President speaks with coach by phone Wednesday, extends invite for White House visit

by Brian Compton @BComptonNHL / NHL.com Deputy Managing Editor

Obama Congratulates the Pens

Obama calls Coach Sullivan to congratulate the Pens

President Obama calls Coach Sullivan to congratulate the Penguins organization on winning the Stanley Cup

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Ten days after guiding the Pittsburgh Penguins to a Stanley Cup championship, coach Mike Sullivan received a special phone call.

It was Barack Obama.

"Hi, Mr. President. How are you?" Sullivan asked.

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Burns not dwelling on Cup Final loss

Sharks defenseman and Norris Trophy finalist eager for new challenges

by Shawn P. Roarke @sroarke_nhl / NHL.com Director of Editorial

LAS VEGAS -- Brent Burns hasn't let the pain of his Stanley Cup Final loss linger.

The San Jose Sharks defenseman already has put the six-game defeat to the Pittsburgh Penguins in the rear-view mirror and moved on to the next challenges in his career. Burns, a first-time finalist for the Norris Trophy at the 2016 NHL Awards Show on Wednesday here (7 p.m. ET; NBCSN, Sportsnet), was in a philosophical mood during his media availability Tuesday about the 24-game playoff journey he took with his teammates to the first Cup Final in San Jose franchise history.

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Penguins clinch in 'ALL ACCESS' Episode 5

Showtime series gives viewers inside look at teams competing in Stanley Cup Final

by David Satriano @davidsatriano / NHL.com Staff Writer

Showtime Sports on Friday aired the fifth and final episode of "ALL ACCESS: Quest for the Stanley Cup," which chronicles the Eastern and Western Conference Final series and the Stanley Cup Final. It's the first show to go behind the scenes and into the locker rooms for the championship of one of the four major North American sports as it unfolds. It is narrated by 2016 Tony Award nominee Bill Camp.

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5 Questions: Stanley Cup champion Penguins

Starting goalie, status of Malkin, Cullen among Pittsburgh's offseason concerns

by Wes Crosby / NHL.com Correspondent

PITTSBURGH -- The 2016 Stanley Cup champion Pittsburgh Penguins feel good about their chances to compete for another title next season.

With little change expected, Pittsburgh's confidence is justified. Most of the roster should return and almost all of its primary pieces finished the Stanley Cup Playoffs relatively healthy.

That doesn't mean the Penguins don't have concerns entering the offseason.

Here are 5 questions Pittsburgh faces:

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Go 'ALL-ACCESS' with Penguins, Sharks in Cup clincher

Final episode of Showtime series chronicles Pittsburgh's Game 6 win, title run

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Tension was high before Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final between the Pittsburgh Penguins and San Jose Sharks on Sunday, and the Showtime Sports series "ALL ACCESS: Quest for the Stanley Cup" captured all of it in the series' season finale.

After failing to win the Stanley Cup on home ice in Game 5, the Penguins were looking to win the Cup for the first time since 2009. The Sharks were trying to prolong the series for the second straight game and force a Game 7 in Pittsburgh.

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Penguins roster could return intact next season

Malkin may need surgery; short offseason, goaltending remain questions

by Wes Crosby / NHL.com Correspondent

PITTSBURGH -- Four days after winning the Stanley Cup for the first time since 2009, the Pittsburgh Penguins packed their gear Thursday, already facing some issues before next season begins.

The most significant concerns forward Evgeni Malkin, scheduled to have an MRI on Friday to determine if surgery is needed to repair an injured elbow.

Penguins general manager Jim Rutherford said Thursday there is a 50-50 chance Malkin will have surgery, which could prevent him from participating in the 2016 World Cup of Hockey in Toronto, which begins Sept. 17.

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Pittsburgh crowd appreciates Rutherford, Sullivan

Penguins general manager, coach get biggest cheers at parade honoring Stanley Cup Champions

by Wes Crosby / NHL.com Correspondent

PITTSBURGH -- Each of the Pittsburgh Penguins had his moment, but Wednesday belonged to general manager Jim Rutherford and coach Mike Sullivan.

Three days after winning the Stanley Cup, chants and cheers greeted the Penguins when they rode through the largest sports parade in Pittsburgh's history. Two chants seemed to stand out.

"Thank you, Jim!" the crowd bellowed when Rutherford cruised through the crowd at the intersection of Grant Street and the Boulevard of the Allies.

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Pittsburgh celebrates Stanley Cup victory

Penguins showered with love from fans during largest sports parade in city's history

by Wes Crosby / NHL.com Correspondent

PITTSBURGH -- The largest sports parade in Pittsburgh's history greeted its Stanley Cup champion Pittsburgh Penguins on Wednesday.

With fans 20 rows deep, some packing a large parking garage and others leaning from office building windows in downtown Pittsburgh, the Penguins brought the Stanley Cup down Grant Street and the Boulevard of the Allies. Allegheny County executive Rich Fitzgerald said he was told the crowd was the largest celebrating a sports championship in the city's history, which indicates it outdrew the 375,000 who attended the Penguins' parade in 2009.

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'Hockey Night in Canada Punjabi' celebrates Penguins

Announcer who had 'Bonino, Bonino, Bonino!' call attends Pittsburgh victory parade

by Pat Pickens @Pat_Pickens / NHL.com Staff Writer

Singh recreates classic goal call

Harnarayan Singh, "Bonino,Bonino,Bonino,Nick Bonino"

Hockey Night Punjabi play-by-play commentator Harnarayan Singh recreates one of the most memorable calls in the 2016 Stanley Cup Final

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Pittsburgh Penguins center Sidney Crosby was the Conn Smythe Trophy winner as most valuable player of the Stanley Cup Playoffs, but Harnarayan Singh and the "Hockey Night in Canada Punjabi" team contributed to several of the postseason's most memorable moments.

Singh and the crew from OMNI Television's Punjabi-language broadcasts are in Pittsburgh for the Penguins' championship parade Wednesday, and he got to deliver his most famous call of the playoffs to the Penguins with the Stanley Cup on hand.

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