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Who played on the Pittsburgh penguins team in 1974?

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That was there name from the start but an AHL Team was In Pittsburgh they were the Pirates

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Jack Lambert played his entire career for the Pittsburgh Steelers. He played from 1974 to 1984.

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The NHL team is Called the Pittsburgh Penguins and they play in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania.

After deciding on the nickname Penguins, inspired by the fact that the team was to play in the "Igloo", the nickname of the Pittsburgh Civic Arena, a logo was chosen that had a penguin in front of a triangle, which symbolized the "Golden Triangle" of downtown Pittsburgh.

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