It’s some good news for Penguins’ fans. Team captain, Sidney Crosby, is out of the hospital and back home resting, but there’s still no date for him to return to the team.
Once again, the Pittsburgh Penguins are offering something extra to fans. And once again, those fans lined up to take advantage of those deals.
The Pittsburgh Penguins returned to the ice Wednesday night after a very long break.
The start of hockey season is less than a week away, and more than 500 Pittsburgh Penguins’ fans packed the team’s practice facility on Sunday for the start of training camp.
The latest news from New York is that the NHL has rejected the players’ latest offer for a labor deal. According to the Associated Press, negotiations have broken off at least until the weekend.
Three times the savior of Pittsburgh hockey, a statue honoring Mario Lemieux was unveiled Wednesday, appropriately called “Le Magnifique.”
Anticipation has been building for weeks now, and the day Penguins’ fans have been waiting for has finally arrived. Fans began gathering outside of CONSOL Energy Center early in order to get front row seats for the big unveiling of the Mario Lemieux statue.
To say that Pens fans were excited for the return of Sidney Crosby would be an understatement. Fans have gone 320 days – 10 and a half months – without Crosby in the lineup.
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Penguins fans were still confident as they headed into the CONSOL Energy Center to watch the Pens take on the Columbus Blue Jackets without Sid Crosby. He missed his 14th straight game […]