Custom instructions:

  • The default name and number on this ring is CROSBY 87
  • We custom each ring or pendant for our customers but not selling it in stocks.
  • You can custom your ring or pendant with your name and number or your favourite player's name and number, your personalized engraving, your favourite metal (available in copper, 925 sterling silver, 10k gold, 14k gold).
  • The ring will be done and shipped in 10 business days(excluding Saturday, Sunday and official holidays), and the pendant will be done and shipped in 4 weeks, a tracking number will be sent to you after shipment made.

Please read the custom instructions carefully before you place an order for your favourite ring/pendant and make sure it's entirely understandable and acceptable to you, If you want to know more information about our rings and process, read the [Custom instructions] on the left side of this page, please feel free to contact our customer service if you need any help.

Customer service: service@championshipringclub.com


The 2008–09 Pittsburgh Penguins season was the 42nd season of Pittsburgh Penguins in the National Hockey League (NHL). The regular season began with two games against the Ottawa Senators in Stockholm, Sweden on October 4 and October 5, 2008.


On February 15, the team had a record of 27–25–5 and was five points out of playoff position. The organization fired head coach Michel Therrien and replaced him with Dan Bylsma, head coach of the organization's American Hockey League affiliate in Wilkes-Barre.[2] On February 26, the team traded defenseman Ryan Whitney to the Anaheim Ducks in return for Chris Kunitz.[3] Before the trade deadline on March 4, they acquired Bill Guerin from the New York Islanders.[4] Under Bylsma, the team went 18–3–4, including 10–1–2 in March, and lost only one home game.


The Penguins qualified for the playoffs for the third consecutive season. They did not repeat as champions of the Atlantic Division, but earned the fourth seed in the Eastern Conference with 99 points. They began the 2009 Stanley Cup playoffs on April 15 against the Philadelphia Flyers. They beat the Flyers, Washington Capitals, and Carolina Hurricanes to earn a second-straight berth in the Stanley Cup Final. In the Finals, the Penguins defeated the Detroit Red Wings in seven games in a rematch of the previous season's Stanley Cup Final to win the franchise's third league title.


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2009 Pittsburgh Penguins Stanley Cup Ring/Pendant

  • Product Code: CRCNHL 2009
  • Availability: In Stock
  • $195.00


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