Game 5

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Optimistic Fans Buy Tickets To Game 5

Despite being down 3-0 in the series, the Pittsburgh Penguins are hopeful for a Game 4 victory tomorrow night. The organization is already looking forward to game 5 as tickets went on sale Tuesday morning.


James Neal

Puck Talk with Popchock: It Just Takes One

The Penguins have another chance to close out their Eastern Conference Quarterfinal series Monday, and 93.7 The Fan’s hockey commentator takes a look at how they got there…

93-7 The Fan–04/25/2011

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Shea-ved Ice: Pens Blown Out, Lead Series 3-2

Well, the Penguins had a chance to end this series on home ice Saturday afternoon. However, any hope of that happening went out the window after the first period.


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Lightning Crush Penguins 8-2 In Game 5

Lightning didn’t strike just twice in the same place Saturday afternoon at CONSOL Energy Center as Tampa Bay routed the Penguins 8-2.


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Shea-ved Ice: Game 5’s Keys To Victory

The Pittsburgh Penguins will look to close out their first-round series against the Tampa Bay Lightning in Game 5 this afternoon.


Mark Letestu, Ryan Malone

Pens/Lightning Game 5 Start Time Announced

With a win in Game 4 Wednesday night, the Penguins would have a chance to close out the series Saturday at noon at CONSOL Energy Center.


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Game 5 Tickets To Go On Sale Monday

The Penguins lost 5-1 in Game 2 of their Eastern Conference Quarterfinal series with the Tampa Bay Lightning Friday night. As a result, the series will return to Pittsburgh for a fifth game.