PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The Pittsburgh Penguins are officially back on the ice.
According to a new release, 34 players will participate in a 13-day training camp which starts tomorrow. The training sessions will be held at the UPMC Lemieux Sports Complex, and the news comes as the NHL enters phase three of its Return to Play Plan.READ MORE: Charlie Gerow, Of American Conservative Union, Plans Run For Pa. Governor
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There will be eight practice days, two off-days and three “game day simulations,” which will include an intra-squad scrimmage. The public will not be allowed to watch the training camp practices.READ MORE: Ford Maverick: Hybrid Truck 'Challenges Status Quo, Stereotypes' Of Pickups, Expert Says
Forwards Nick Bjugstad and Dominik Simon as well as defenseman Zach Trotman are currently injured and will not be among the 34 players attending the training camp.Water Main Break Shuts Down Portion Of Lewis Run Road In West Mifflin
The team is scheduled to travel to Toronto, Ontario on July 26.