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Sunday’s Best: Penguins, Salvation Army ‘Bundle-Up’ kids

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Kris Letang helps pick out a proper winter hat. - MATT SUNDAY / DKPS

CRANBERRY TOWNSHIP, Pa. -- The Penguins are two-time Stanley Cup champions, and they are attempting to reign as champs for a third consecutive year.

Off-ice, however, the Penguins are champions of the children for an 11th straight year after teaming up with The Salvation Army's "Project Bundle-Up."

On Monday afternoon, the Penguins' players — all of them — were matched with middle school children from the area for "Penguins Personal Shopping Day" at Dick's Sporting Goods, and then they helped the kids pick out new coats, hats, gloves and boots for winter.

Evgeni Malkin and Ryan Reaves were definitely the heroes of the day — particularly Malkin, who has been through this event a year or two — but everyone looked to enjoy the event. Let's take a look at some of the scenes:

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