Pittsburgh Penguins fans, it’s time to watch your team defend its title and Razorgator has the tickets you need! After knocking off the San Jose Sharks in the Stanley Cup Finals last season, the Penguins return to the ice to see if the team can repeat as champions and bring home the franchise’s fifth title. It’s hard to say how many years Sidney Crosby has left before the star player hangs up his skates, but as long as he’s in the rink it seems like this team has a chance to beat any and every opponent. Penguins players would love to raise the trophy again, so get your tickets now and join them on the quest to repeat!
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Pittsburgh Penguins Ticket Information
You’ve found Penguins tickets, and we’ve got the best selection, no matter your seating preference. Going to the Pittsburgh Penguins game with friends and family? If you’re buying tickets at Consol Energy Center, your seats will always be located together, unless otherwise noted. And don’t worry, like our 100% guarantee says, your Pittsburgh Penguins tickets will always be what you ordered or better—or your money back; always be in time for the Penguins game; always be authentic; and always be refunded if the game is canceled and not rescheduled. It’s easy to buy tickets on the go too using our mobile site, or you can download the Razorgator app to get instant ticket delivery. For more information about the Pittsburgh Penguins and the NHL, check out our blog to get the scoop on this year’s Eastern and Western conference matchups, as well as NHL arenas known for the best fan atmosphere.
How Do I Buy Pittsburgh Penguins Single Game Tickets?
On the Penguins page, choose the game to view available Penguins NHL tickets and the interactive Consol Energy Center seating chart. Hover over any section on the seating chart to see a view from the seats in that section—a preview of where you will be sitting and what your view of the rink will be like. Click on a section to filter Pittsburgh Penguins ticket options, see how many seats are still available, and view current Penguins ticket prices. When you’re ready to buy Penguins tickets, just click the orange “buy” button and they’ll be added to your cart. If you already have an account, just log in and you’re good to go. Otherwise, conveniently check out as a guest or with your PayPal account. Prefer to order Pittsburgh Penguins hockey tickets by phone? No problem! You can call one of our experienced customer service reps at 800-542-4466 seven days a week. All Penguins digital tickets are delivered to your email as a pdf file and physical tickets are shipped overnight by FedEx.
Where are the Best Seats at Consol Energy Center for Pittsburgh Penguins Games?
First, find Pittsburgh Penguins tickets in your price range. It’s easy to do on Razorgator because our Pittsburgh hockey tickets are listed from cheapest to most expensive, so you can quickly compare Penguins ticket prices to find the best Penguins ticket deals. If you have a specific section in mind, see views of the ice from our Consol Energy Center seating chart—whether it’s behind the Penguins bench or goalie, upper level or corner, or center ice at Consol Energy Center in Pittsburgh, we make it easy to find the perfect seats before you purchase.
When Is The Best Time To Buy Pittsburgh Penguins Tickets?
Pittsburgh Penguins tickets are available as soon as the Penguins schedule is announced. If you don’t want to miss out on the best seats this season, get tickets today in the section you want before they sell out at Consol Energy Center. Penguins Metropolitan divisional matchups are always the most popular tickets, including Penguins vs Flyers tickets, Penguins vs Rangers tickets and Penguins vs Hurricanes tickets. Pittsburgh Penguins playoff tickets will be available if and when the Penguins advance to the NHL playoffs. Razorgator has many Pittsburgh Penguins digital tickets for games at Consol Energy Center too, which are available to purchase up until the puck drops and are conveniently delivered to your email. So, even when you need to buy last minute Penguins tickets, we’ve got you covered!
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Pittsburgh Penguins News
The Pittsburgh Penguins are currently sitting in second place in the NHL Metropolitan standings, following closely behind the New York Rangers. The month of November has continued to go back and forth with the Penguins, ending with six losses and seven wins. In order to take away the number one spot from the Rangers, the Penguins need to get on a winning streak. Cheer the Penguins on the victory for their next game when they take on the Dallas Stars on December 3. Tickets start at $65 apiece and are still available to purchase. If you can’t make it to that game, they have another home game on December 5 against the Ottawa Senators. Buy your tickets today!
The Pittsburgh Penguins beat the Maple Leafs 1-4 on November 12. The Maple Leafs had an early lead when they scored early in the first period. Then, Evgeni Malkin scored to equalize. Chris Kunitz, Bryan Rust and Sidney Crosby added goals to help with the win. Matt Murray made 35 saves to keep the Maple Leafs to a single score. Unfortunately, they were unable to take that momentum with them when they played the Capitals on the 15 and lost 1-7. They head to New York to play the Islanders on the 18 and the onto Buffalo to play the Sabres on the 19. You can still get tickets for prices starting at $17.
October 29 saw Evgeni Malkin reach 300 career goals as the Pittsburgh Penguins went on to beat the Philadelphia Flyers by a count of 5-4. Malkin scored twice in the game, and his second score and the 300th of his illustrious career happened to be the tiebreaker in the third period. This game had all the makings of a blowout, as the Penguins scored three times within a single minute in the first period. Pittsburgh then let Philly claw its way back into the game, necessitating Malkin’s late-game heroics. The Penguins will host the Maple Leafs on November 12 before heading out for a short road trip. Tickets for the game against Toronto start as low as $65.
More often than not, a team as good as the Pittsburgh Penguins will enjoy facing an opponent’s backup goalie. That was not the case in a recent game against the Montreal Canadiens. Veteran backup Al Montoya held Pittsburgh scoreless and racked up 36 saves en route to a 4-0 victory for Montreal. The Penguins had plenty of opportunities but couldn’t get the puck past the keeper, much to the delight of the Canadiens’ home fans. This Pittsburgh team is unlikely to get shut out very often, and you can expect to see some aggressive play in upcoming matches. The Penguins host the New York Islanders on October 27, with tickets starting as low as $20.
The Pittsburgh Penguins enter the 2016-2017 NHL season as the Stanley Cup champions and will work hard to defend their title and possibly even getting a very rare repeat. No team has done this since the Red Wings did in the late 1990s, and it has not been done since the salary cap was introduced in 2005. The Penguins have spent the offseason celebrating the win while also preparing their roster to go in strong for the new season. They have resigned Matt Cullen, Tim Erixon and Justin Schultz. Several injured players should be ready in time for training camp in a few weeks. The preseason starts with a game against the Red Wings on September 27, and you can still get tickets for just $6.