Tickets to the Pittsburgh Penguins

EventDateCity and Venue
NHL Stanley Cup Finals: Pittsburgh Penguins vs. TBD - Home Game 1 (Date: TBD - If Necessary) Mon. May 28, 2018
Pittsburgh, PA - PPG Paints Arena
NHL Stanley Cup Finals: Pittsburgh Penguins vs. TBD - Home Game 2 (Date: TBD - If Necessary) Wed. May 30, 2018
Pittsburgh, PA - PPG Paints Arena

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About The Pittsburgh Penguins

In the 1990 NHL Entry Draft, the Pittsburgh Penguins drafted Jaromir Jagr. He was the first Czech to attend the NHL draft without have to defect. The selection of Jagr turned out to be a good one. Not only would he go on to be the franchise's second leading scorer of all-time, and win an NHL MVP award, but he was also an integral part of the Penguins' back-to-back Stanley Cup Championships in 1991 and 1992. The Pens of this era also featured Ron Francis, Joe Mullen, Mark Recchi, and Bryan Trottier. After their first title, the Penguins became the first NHL team to visit the White House.

Of course the real star of those Stanley Cup championship teams, and the real star of the franchise, is Mario Lemieux. As one of the greatest hockey players of all-time, Lemieux played 17 seasons with the Penguins, won three MVP awards, was the league's top scorer six times, and the MVP of the playoffs twice. Lemieux's achievements could have been far greater but he suffered from numerous injuries including back pain, tendinitis of a hip-flexor muscle, and a spinal disc herniation. In 1997, Hodgkin's lymphoma caused him to retired for three years. In 2006, atrial fibrillation forced him to retire for good. During his first retirement, Lemieux was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame.

After the team declared bankruptcy in 1998, Lemieux, as the one of the franchise's largest creditors, leverage the debt owed to him into team equity. Lemieux turned out to be just as good of an owner as he was a player. He kept the team in Pittsburgh, paid back all the team's creditors, and was key in building the team's new arena, the Consol Energy Center. Lemieux also put together a championship team making him the only person to win the Stanley Cup as both a player and an owner. The Pens' 2009 championship team featured Sidney Crosby, Evgeni Malkin, and Jordan Staal. The team, aligned in the Atlantic Division, won the Eastern Conference Championship the year before, but fell to the Detroit Red Wings in six games.

Heinz Field has a busy schedule this year with myriad events planned. For example Taylor Swift will be there on August 7, 2018. You can also catch Penguins vs Flyers on May 28, 2018. There are all kinds of things to do in pittsburgh! For instance, see Maroon 5 at the PPG Paints Arena on September 29, 2018. We can also get you into some of the best seats in Heinz Hall to see Bill Maher live on July 15, 2018.