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Happy Halloween, PensBurgh!

Since there will be more tricks than treats this year, let’s take a look back at some of the best Penguins Halloween costumes the last few years.

NHL Studios Pumpkin Carving Photo by Thomas Nycz/NHLI via Getty Images

Happy Halloween 2020 everyone. I would give you the rundown regarding the NHL again, but there’s no need anymore. Since there’s not much to do this Halloween, here’s a few highlights from the Old World that didn’t question copious amounts candy being distributed by strangers to children and masks were far less common any other day of the year. But here we are. Happy Halloween 2020 Edition.

Kris Letang is the Jack Skellington of the Pittsburgh Penguins. He goes all out every year and gets some expertise help with some of his costumes. Here’s a montage of just Tanger, a.k.a. The Pumpkin King.

Kris Letang got in the Halloween spirit (pun intended) a few days early while giving his son, Alex, a heavy dose of nightmare fuel:

Letang and his wife, Catherine Laflamme, put a lot of thought and effort into their 2017 costume. That had to have been one of the best in the NHL that season.

Here’s the two of them from 2015 that once again isn’t your average Halloween costume:

Kris Letang wasn’t the only one who came prepared. Here’s a few other highlights I stumbled across from the last few years.

Jake Guentzel and girlfriend Natalie
Jake, From State Farm and Flo, from Progressive

Bryan Rust Zach Aston-Reese
Shrek and Donkey

Marcus Pettersson Patric Hornqvist

Of course Dan Potash had a costume
Ron Burgundy or Alby Oxenreiter?

This one is a blast from the past, but Ryan Reaves scares the hot diggity dog out of Phil Kessel while hiding in his hotel room with that terrifying mask

And if that’s not enough Penguins Halloween costumes, dancing and pranks to satisfy you, here’s a few more blasts from the past from 2013 (no pictures), 2014 (unfortunately the pictures won’t load) and 2016 (PICTURES!) to take a stroll down memory lane.

Happy Halloween, PensBurgh! Stay safe and be smart this year. Make sure to comment on your favorite costume or add one of your own in the comments!