Andrew Slavonic, a 101-year-old World War II veteran from McMurray, says his secret to a long life is drinking a Coors Light every day at 4 p.m.
Slavonic said in a recent interview with FOX News that he sometimes has multiple beers in a day, "but the one at 4 o'clock is the most important one."
The Penguins saluted the Air Force veteran for his service by hosting Andrew and some of his family members at tonight's game against Los Angeles at PPG Paints Arena.
After Andrew received a personalized Penguins jersey from Iceburgh, former Penguins player Colby Armstrong hand-delivered a cold Coors Light during the first period, telling Andrew, "It's always 4 o'clock somewhere!"
Andrew and his son, Bob, watched the game from the "Coors Light Silver Seats." Coors Light is an official beer partner of the Penguins.