Mentioning the hoisting of back-to-back Stanley Cups is something every Penguins fan can hang his or her hat on.
Everyone can remember the memorial flashes of brilliance from the likes of Mario Lemieux and Tom Barasso.
Unfortunately, most are quick to speak of the faults of one team member, the prodigal son Jaromir Jagr.
Jagr played 10 phenomenal years with the Pens before "turning tail" on the city that loved him for money in Washington and, later, for the hated Rangers.
They say that if you love something, set it free. If it comes back to you, then it is real love.
The time has come for Jagr to show his love for Mario, the Pens, and the city of Pittsburgh.