CONSOL Energy Center
Four-year-old Macin DeFazio and his parents arrived at CONSOL Energy Center Friday night ready to see their first Penguins’ game together as a family.
The Penguins announced Sunday that tickets for the first two home games of round two of the playoffs will go on sale tomorrow.
Fans say they were nervous and that the game was a nail biter.
Crosby danced through into the attacking zone, dangling the puck in a carrot-like form in front of 24-year-old defensemen Thomas Hickey, who fell to the ice in an effort to limit Crosby’s surge.
“I thought some guys worked hard and played a good game,” Islanders coach Jack Capuano said. “Again, with our club we need all 20 guys going, and we didn’t have all 20.”
Pascal Dupuis scored twice, Marc-Andre Fleury made 26 saves, and the top-seeded Pittsburgh Penguins opened the playoffs with a 5-0 romp over the New York Islanders on Wednesday night.
The Talons flock to CONSOL Energy Center for Week 6 Arena Football League action Sunday afternoon, but these birds of prey had better be prepared to survive a dogfight if they wish to keep their 2013 season airborne.
The Pittsburgh Penguins are in Ottawa tonight for one of the final games of the regular season, but the playoff buzz is building as tickets went on sale this morning.
If you’d like to cheer on the Penguins, a limited number of tickets to the first two home games will go on sale Monday, April 22 at 10 a.m.
Events and games at CONSOL Energy Center and PNC Park will now have tighter security following the bombings earlier this week at the Boston Marathon.
Jeff Malcolm stopped 36 shots and Yale won its first NCAA hockey championship with a 4-0 victory over top-seeded Quinnipiac on Saturday night.
The eyes of the college sports world are on Pittsburgh as the Frozen Four got underway Thursday afternoon at CONSOL Energy Center.
Quinnipiac jumped to an early lead and cruised past St. Cloud State 4-1 on Thursday in the NCAA hockey semifinals.
The puck bounced to Andrew Miller’s stick, and Yale coach Keith Allain had little doubt where his captain was heading.
With one shot against North Dakota, Mount Lebanon’s own Jesse Root found the net in what proved to be the game winner sending his team at Yale to the Frozen Four.