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For the second straight Stanley Cup Playoff series, the Pittsburgh Penguins have found themselves in a battle. This time, it’s for the right to play for the NHL title. Following a 2-1 loss to Ottawa on May 23 in the Eastern Conference Finals, the Penguins were in a do-or-die situation in game 7 on May 25. The Eastern Finals have been a hotly contested series, with Pittsburg winning games 2, 4 and 5. The games have mirrored the Eastern Semifinals in which Pittsburgh outlasted Washington 4-3 after nearly squandering a 3-1 series advantage. Pittsburgh scored a huge win over Ottawa in game 5, blanking the Senators 7-0.
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The team’s other two victories in the series were decided by one goal.

During the regular season, the Pittsburgh Penguins finished with the second-best record in the NHL, going 50-21-11. Still, the Penguins didn’t even win their own division, as they were seven points behind Washington. However, the Penguins have been at the top of their game in the postseason, and the team has reached the Eastern Conference finals where it was deadlocked with Ottawa at one game apiece in the best-of-seven series. After losing game 1 2-1 in overtime, Pittsburgh bounced back and edged the Senators 1-0 in game 2 on May 15. Phil Kessel scored or Pittsburgh, and goalkeeper Marc-Andre Fleury was excellent manning the net. Pittsburgh defeated Columbus 4-1 in the first round. The Penguins then got revenge on Washington, beating the Capitals 4-3 in the Eastern Conference semifinals.

All eyes are on the Pittsburgh Penguins and the Capitals to see who will advance to the next round of the playoffs. At the end of Game 6, the teams are tied 3-3 for the series. The Penguins started out strong, winning the first two games. Then, they fell in overtime to the Capitals. They came back to win again, but they have lost the last two games in the series. It will all come down to Game 7, which takes place on May 10. The winner will play the Senators for a spot in the final round of playoffs. You can get your tickets for the final game, as well as the next round of playoffs, with prices starting at $159.

The Pittsburgh Penguins started round two of the NHL playoffs strong with wins over the Capitals. Then, in Game 3 they fell in overtime. The Capitals were ahead 2-0 until the final minutes of the game. Then, Evgeni Malkin and Justin Schultz scored within a minute of one another to tie the game and send it into overtime. However, the Captials scored and took the victory. The two teams play Game 4 on May 3 and Game 5 on May 6. The Penguins will strive to win both to come away victorious from the series. If needed, the series will continue with Game 6 and 7 on May 8 and 10 respectively. You can still get tickets to catch the action in person, with prices starting at $116.

The Pittsburgh Penguins looked absolutely dominant in their first round of postseason play against the Columbus Blue Jackets last week. Only one win away from the sweep, the Penguins put on several impressive performances over the course of the five-game series. Now, however, they will be the underdogs against an extremely daunting opponent. Pittsburgh will head to Verizon Center in Washington, D.C., to attempt to defeat the commanding Capitals. The Capitals have not only looked powerful in the opening round of the NHL Playoffs, but also all season long. Be at PPG Paints Arena on Monday, May 1, to show your support for the Penguins. Tickets are $84 and up.

After losing their final two regular season games last weekend, the Pittsburgh Penguins have won the first three games in the first round of playoffs against the Blue Jackets. Game three appeared like it might go to the Blue Jackets, but the Penguins were not ready to go down without a fight. After falling behind 3-1 in the first period, they tied up the game and sent it into overtime, during which Jake Guentzel scored the winning goal, which was also his third of the game. Game four takes place on April 18, with subsequent games occurring based on the outcome of that game. It is not too late to get your tickets, with prices starting at $88.

Despite two blowing defeats at the end of regular season and the loss of defenseman Kris Letang, the Pittsburgh Penguins have still managed to eke their way into the NHL Playoffs and secure a home rink advantage. They will kick off the postseason at PPG Paints Arena this week. Although they technically have the upper hand, the Penguins will need to watch out for their opponents, the feisty Columbus Blue Jackets, who always seem to come alive in the playoffs. Be there to cheer on the home team this Friday, April 14. Tickets are still on sale and currently available to purchase starting at prices as low as just $69.

In a display that gave fans a glimpse of a postseason-ready team, the Pittsburg Penguins powered past the Columbus Blue Jackets Tuesday night, a move which likely earned them home ice advantage in Round 1 of the Stanley Cup playoffs. Although they’re riding a heavy wave of positive momentum heading into next week’s postseason, the Pens will be without defenseman Kris Letang, who will be undergoing neck surgery to repair a herniated disc. It was Legan’s goal last year which earned Pittsburgh a championship in 2016. The Penguins will finish out the regular season with games in Toronto and New York this Saturday and Sunday (April 8 and 9). We have great tickets for these contests on sale now!

The Pittsburgh Penguins are not making a good case for an appearance in the playoffs in recent games. With four losses in a row, including the most recent wallop at the hands of the Chicago Blackhawks, the Penguins have now slid to third place in the Metropolitan Division. They looked absolutely terrible against the formidable Blackhawks on Wednesday night, letting them score goal after goal to embarrass them 5-1 at PPG Paints Arena. Pittsburgh will now have to dig deep if they want to see the postseason. Catch them in action in their penultimate home game on Sunday, April 2, against the Carolina Hurricanes. Tickets are on sale for $54.

The Pittsburgh Penguins have won their last three games. Their latest victory was over the Sabres on March 21. Sidney Crosby scored late in the first period to get the Penguins on the board. Then, early in the second period, the Sabres equalized. However, the Penguins were not done, and Nick Bonino and Conor Sheary both scored to secure the victory. With the win, the Penguins have secured their berth to the Stanley Cup Playoffs. The Penguins head to Ottawa to play the Senators on the 23 before returning home to host the Islanders, Flyers and Blackhawks on the 24, 26 and 29. Secure your seats now so that you do not miss a minute of play. Ticket prices start at $64.

The Pittsburg Penguins lost to the Flames on March 13 in a shootout, ending their five game winning streak. The Penguins got on the board first when Conor Sheary scored within the first three minutes of play. By the end of the period, the Penguins were still ahead 2-1 thanks to a goal by Evgeni Malkin. The Flames drew ahead, until Sidney Crosby scored in the final minutes of play to sned the game into overtime. Unfortunately, the Flames were the only one to score in the shootout and took the victory. The team heads to Philadelphia to play the Flyers on March 15, and then they host the Devils and Panthers on the 17 and 19 respectively. Get your tickets now with prices starting at $53.

On Wednesday night, the Pittsburgh Penguins traveled into enemy territory at the MTW Centre for their much-anticipated grudge match with the Winnipeg Jets. At first, it looked like it was going to be a hotly contested game. The Jets had the edge after the first period with the points spread 3-2. Then, to the home crowd’s shock, the visiting Penguins were able to pile on an astounding four unanswered goals in the second period. Both team scored lone strikes in the third period to give Pittsburgh the commanding 7-4 victory on the road. They won’t return to PPG Paints Arena until March 17, when they host the New Jersey Devils. Tickets to that game are $37.

It’s never easy to be the visitor at United Center in Chicago, Illinois, but that’s exactly what the Pittsburgh Penguins were on Wednesday night. Scott Wilson managed to score a lone goal in the second period, but his effort wasn’t enough to threaten the Blackhawks. The home team scored two goals of its own in the second period, followed by two more in the third. Chicago took the win at home with a 4-1 result, giving them a two-game lead over the Penguins. Pittsburgh heads back to PPG Paints Arena on Sunday, March 5, to take on the Buffalo Sabres. Tickets to that game are on sale and available for $51.

When the Pittsburgh Penguins and the Boston Bruins meet, fans usually expect a close games that’s hard-fought until the end. When the teams played in Pittsburgh on January 22, the game was anything but close. The Bruins managed just one goal in the second period while the Penguins were able to score two in that frame and then another three in the final period to close out a 5-1 victory. Mason Crosby led the way with one goal and two assists as the Penguins notched win number 30. The team will next host the Nashville Predators on January 31, and tickets are available for that game starting as low as $26.

The Pittsburgh Penguins ended 2016 strong with four wins a row and continued the winning streak with their first game in 2017 against the Canadiens. However, the five-game streak came to a halt on Wednesday when they faced off against the Washington Capitals. The game started out hot when Alex Ovechkin scored the first goal for the Canadiens in the first 35 seconds of the game. The Penguins were unable to match that goal and were also unable to stop the Penguins from scoring more. In the end, the Canadiens came out on top against the Pittsburgh Penguins and won 5-2. See the Penguins play live when you purchase your $52 tickets for January 16.

The Pittsburgh Penguins have recently demonstrated their superiority over the New Jersey Devils, beating them in back-to-back matchups last Friday and Tuesday. They first hosted the Devils at PPG Paints Arena and defeated the visitors 4-1. Next, they headed to Prudential Center and crushed the home team with a 5-2 win on the road. The Penguins will get a new challenger on New Year’s Eve. They host the Montreal Canadiens, who are known for upsetting the mightiest teams regardless of location. If you do not have plans on December 31, be there to cheer on Pittsburgh. Tickets are currently on sale and available for prices starting as low as just $60.

The Pittsburgh Penguins are on a winning streak that is hard to beat. They have won their last seven games in a row, which included their victory over the Boston Bruins this week. The game against the Bruins was a brutal one and came down to wire. Everything was all tied up to end regulation play, taking both teams into overtime. Bryan Rust for the Penguins came onto the ice in overtime with some serious fire and aggression. This combination gave him the ability to score the winning goal 1:24 into overtime. See if the Penguins can continue to add to their winning streak when they take on the New York Rangers on December 20.

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.
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