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Penguins bring the laughs in ‘A Christmas Story’ parody


It’s as basic as any Pittsburgh holiday tradition.

The Penguins released their annual holiday card/video/movie before Thursday’s game against the Columbus Blue Jackets at PPG Paints Arena.

This year’s version featured Sidney Crosby starring as Ralphie in “A Christmas Story.”

Also featured are Olli Maatta in an immovable winter outfit, Jake Guentzel getting pushed down a slide by Santa and Matt Murray getting his tongue stuck on a pole after a triple-dog-dare.

And how many takes do you think it took Brian Dumoulin to say “I want a Red Ryder carbine action two-hundred shot range model air rifle” without stumbling on it?

We’ll let you sit back and enjoy the laughs from here.

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