The National Hockey League season is in full swing now, so you can bet — wait, what’s that? What’s a “Hockey League,” you ask? I’m pretty sure it’s a game played on ice with sticks and a rubberized disc called a puck. It used to be on TV, I think. Anyway, if you are a hockey fan, you know there’s nothing better to drink at a hockey game than beer. And if you’re looking for affordable beer at your professional hockey game, it turns out Pittsburgh is the place to go. A 16-ounce beer at a Penguins game costs $5.25, well under the league average of $6.06. The Thirsty Beagle will say this: With the lack of exposure the NHL gets in this country, you’d think they’d be giving beer away. Wait, my phone’s ringing. It’s the NHL. They’re looking for their next great marketing plan.