Penguins announce ticket sales

It’s almost a hockey night in Pittsburgh again! As the 2016-2017 NHL season is getting closer, the Penguins announced Wednesday regular-season individual tickets will go on sale starting Friday morning.

Tickets will officially start being sold at 10 a.m. Friday and over 2,000 tickets will be made available for each game.

Fans can purchase tickets online at ticketmaster.com, at the DICK’S Sporting Goods Box Office at CONSOL Energy Center or by calling 1-800-745-3000.

The Penguins will open the season on October 13 with the 2016 Stanley Cup banner raising ceremony against the rival Washington Capitals.

In addition the home opener Stanley Cup banner raising ceremony, their will be 5 other specially themed nights in celebration of the franchises 50th anniversary season.

  • Oct. 13 vs. Washington – The team will raise its fourth Stanley Cup banner. There will be a special on-ice ceremony with the Cup and a pre-game video tribute to Penguins history on opening night.
  • Oct. 15 vs. Anaheim – “The Early Years,” featuring players from the 1967-76 teams, as well as original Penguins owner Jack McGregor. The team also will have an old Zamboni Model F ice resurfacer on display for fans.
  • Dec. 3 vs. Detroit – “Back to Back Stanley Cup Champions,” honoring members of the 1991 and 1992 Cup teams, including Mario Lemieux.
  • Jan. 8 vs. Tampa Bay – “Cup for a New Generation,” featuring members of the 2009 Stanley Cup team.
  • Feb. 3 vs. Columbus – “Alumni Salute,” honoring a multitude of Penguins alumni through the years.

For the Pittsburgh Penguins entire 2016-2017 schedule, visit Penguins.NHL.com.

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