PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The Penguins and Flyers will see each other at least one more time this season.
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On Tuesday, the NHL announced the Penguins will play the Flyers in an exhibition game for the 2020 Stanley Cup Qualifiers. The teams will play July 28 at 4 p.m., the first of 12 exhibition games being put on by the NHL.
Hockey. In July.
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The Penguins-Flyers game will be at Scotiabank Arena in Toronto. Teams are set to travel to their respective hub cities on July 26.
The NHL also announced 8 p.m. start times for Games 1-3 in the Penguins’ best-of-five series against the Montreal Canadiens in the qualifying round. Game 1 is Aug. 1.
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