The word from the Penguins is that no decision on that -- as well as a number of other issues pertaining to elements in the new arena -- has been made, but that it will be addressed "sometime in the next year." One member of the front office, however, said that even if there is an organ, it likely will be a "secondary" feature.
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It's not a HUGE deal to most people, I know. But it would be a pretty big blow to the tradition of the game and Penguins hockey. You know it's a home game when you hear that sound. It's distinct and very different than any other arena. Go to any other building and you'll feel it missing. You'll hear another team's organ and it just doesn't sit right.
What other features do you feel fall into this? I think the obvious one is John Barbaro, but that's not leaving until he goes out on his own terms.