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2023 NHL Winter Classic to Feature Penguins vs. Bruins at Fenway Park

The Boston Bruins will host the Pittsburgh Penguins when Fenway Park is the host for the 2023 Discover National Hockey League Winter Classic on January 2, 2023. The 2023 game will mark the second time the game has been hosted at Fenway Park, home of Major League Baseball’s Boston Red Sox. The 2003 Winter Classic will […]

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Fans, some wearing masks, watch during the second period of an NHL game between the Boston Bruins and the Dallas Stars on October 16, 2021, in Boston. (AP Photo/Michael Dwyer)

Do NHL Fans Need to be Vaccinated to Attend Games?

Below is the full rundown on each NHL team’s fan policy when it comes to COVID-19, whether they require proof of full vaccination, either vaccination or a negative COVID test, or in some teams’ cases, no policy at all. Ten teams will mandate proof of vaccination for fans this season and eight more will allow […]

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Pittsburgh Penguins fans celebrate the second goal of the period by Kasperi Kapanen against the Philadelphia Flyers during the second period of a game on March 2, 2021, in Pittsburgh. It was the first game a limited number of fans were allowed to attend in Pittsburgh after some COVID 19 crowd restrictions were lifted buy the state. (AP Photo/Keith Srakocic)

Fenway Sports Group Reaches Agreement to Buy Pittsburgh Penguins

Fenway Sports Group, owners of the Boston Red Sox among multiple other entities, has entered into an agreement to acquire controlling interest in the Pittsburgh Penguins hockey team with the deal, which is subject to approval by the National Hockey League Board of Governors, expected to close before the end of the year. Mario Lemieux […]

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Sportsbook Lounge Opening at Pittsburgh Arena

The Pittsburgh Penguins will be at least the fourth National Hockey League team with a sports betting lounge inside its venue after the Penguins signed a multiyear partnership with Rivers Casino and BetRivers.com to become the team’s official casino and official sportsbook, a deal that will include the placement of a BetRivers sportsbook-style lounge inside […]

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Pittsburgh Penguins Arena Banks on New Partner

The Pittsburgh Penguins and First National Bank have agreed on a major partnership agreement that includes a significant FNB presence at PPG Paints Arena. Beginning with the 2020–2021 National Hockey League season, fans can watch games from a premium seating club on the west side of the arena and will enter through the branded entrance […]

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The Pittsburgh Pirates hosted the 2006 Major League Baseball All-Star Game at PNC Park. Photo by Mark Cunningham/Getty Images

Sports & Exhibition Authority in Pittsburgh Sets Up Sports Commission

The Pittsburgh Sports & Exhibition Authority, which owns and operates venues for three professional sports teams, has established a new sports commission with the goal of bringing more sporting events to the city. The SEA Sports Commission will be formed with up to $1.7 million per year from the state thanks to an expanded gambling […]

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2021 EsportsTravel Summit to be Held in Pittsburgh

The 2021 EsportsTravel Summit—the only event of its kind for esports tournament and event organizers—will be held August 10–12, 2021, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Produced by Northstar Travel Group, the EsportsTravel Summit will be hosted by SportsPITTSBURGH at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center. SportsPITTSBURGH has signed on as a multi-year sponsor of the EsportsTravel Summit, […]

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Safety Check

Anyone who has seen ice hockey players smashing into the boards at 25 miles per hour has likely cringed and wondered, “How do they skate away from that?” Hockey insiders have the same concerns, judging by an impromptu conversation between David Morehouse and Jerry MacCleary at a Pittsburgh Penguins game earlier this year. Morehouse, president […]

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