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The Pittsburgh Penguins did Halloween, and everyone’s costumes were fantastic

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Ain’t no Halloween like a Penguins Halloween.

There are two really, really good things about October: hockey coming back, and Halloween.

Naturally, those two have a tendency to merge, if only just for a little bit for a team party. And so, here’s what we’ve got so far of this year’s edition of the Pittsburgh Penguins’ Halloween.

Kris Letang and family tend to go all out on their costumes, and this year’s was no exception. His son doesn’t really fit with the theme, but who would say no to being a tiger?

Halloween 2016 #billturner #mermaid #tiger @kadiwow @cathlaflamme11

A photo posted by Kris Letang (@kletang_58) on

Chris Kunitz kept his game up, too, as he did a number on both himself and his suit... though his bride’s hair may be the best part.

Happy HALLOWEEN, from Frankenstein and His Bride

A photo posted by Maureen Kunitz (@mkunitz14) on

Old man Marc-Andre Fleury! So now we know what he’s gonna look like several decades from now.

Early Halloween festivities

A photo posted by Veronique Larosee Fleury (@vlarosee) on

Conor Sheary decided to go the Mario Kart route...

Happy Halloween! #mariokart

A photo posted by Conor Sheary (@csheary13) on

... and it looks like Bryan Rust and Scott Wilson were right there with him.

squad got me feelin' peachy

A photo posted by Jordan Sullivan (@jsulllivann) on

Happy Halloween!!

A video posted by Scott Wilson (@freewils) on

Derrick Pouliot relived the ‘90s as well dressing up in tandem as Squints and Wendy Peffercorn from the movie “The Sandlot”

"and he kissed her long and hard" #sandlot

A photo posted by amanda kuhl (@amandakuhl_) on

There is absolutely nothing not to love about all of this. Another great Penguins Halloween!