It's harder to get rid of that than a beard.
That, or he just continues to not give a crap about defense/half the sport of hockey.
But instead of panicking over the team's Cup dreams fading away, general manager Ray Shero has turned to Pittsburgh's Carnegie Mellon University for help in creating a goalie via the school's 3D printer.
"I'm not willing to sit still and watch this team die," said Shero. "Not after the regular season we had and all the trades we made. Marc simply hasn't done the job and our backup, Tomas Vokoun, is almost 37. He can't be expected to play every game in the playoffs. So creating a real, functioning goalie with a 3D printer was the best option."
Carnegie Mellon engineering professor Dr. Emmett Moncrief handled the job for the Penguins.
"I have actually had the designs of a prototype since last year when Fleury let in every shot against the Flyers," he said. "I knew it would be the same this year. I wasn't surprised when Mr. Shero called."
It's funny because his team lost 5-2 in their first home playoff game in nine years.
It's as good as any other hobby.
He later threw the pizza at his television.
Or he may just hate Brian Engblom's hair.
Because hockey broadcasters are the coolest cats in town!
His skate blade is a playoff choker.