Pittsburgh Penguins 'Hopeful' To Return To 100% Capacity By Game 5 Of First Round SeriesThe Pittsburgh Penguins are looking to increase crowd capacity to 100% by Game 5 of the first round of the playoffs, according to Penguins CEO and President David Morehouse.
Games Set For Pittsburgh Penguins' First Round Of Stanley Cup PlayoffsThe NHL has released the schedule for the first round of the Stanley Cups playoffs.
Pittsburgh Penguins: No Big Screen For 1st Round Of Stanley Cup PlayoffsThe Penguins say there will be no big screen for the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs.
Businesses Hope For Boost From Pittsburgh Penguins Playoffs RunTickets are on sale for the first round of the NHL playoffs.
Penguins, Giant Eagle Donate More Than $15,000 To Greater Pittsburgh Food BankThe Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank will get a donation of more than $15,000 from the Penguins and Giant Eagle.
Capacity Limit At PPG Paints Arena For Pittsburgh Penguins Playoff Run Increased To 50 Percent On May 17The Penguins announced that capacity for playoff games at PPG Paints Arena will increase to 50 percent as of May 17.
Penguins Auctioning Off Jerseys To Benefit Dollar Energy FundThe Pittsburgh Penguins are auctioning off game-worn jerseys for a good cause.
Penguins Recall Goaltender Emil Larmi, Defensemen Juuso Riikola And Yannick Weber From Taxi SquadAhead of the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs, the Penguins have recalled a goalie and two defensemen from the taxi squad.
Coach Sullivan: Pittsburgh Penguins Set To Meet NHL's New Requirements For Fully Vaccinated ClubThe Penguins say they are prepared as the NHL and NHLPA updated their COVID-19 guidelines for fully vaccinated teams and are easing some restrictions ahead of the playoffs.
Penguins Clinch MassMutual East Division Title, Win First Division Championship Since 2014For the first time since 2013-2014, the Pittsburgh Penguins are regular-season division champions!
Maxime Lagace Records First NHL Shutout As Penguins Beat Sabres 1-0 In Regular Season FinalePenguins' goaltender Maxime Lagace recorded his first NHL shutout in his first game as a Penguin and the Penguins won their final regular-season game 1-0.