The Penguins will wear their alternate third jerseys
Zamboni Bank Cut-Out presented by ATI Fill your bank and visit a local First Niagara Branch, Dunkin Donuts location or CONSOL Energy Center to make a donation. Proceeds benefit Operation Troop Appreciation, the Mighty Penguins Veterans Sled Hockey program Austin’s Military Playroom at the new Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton.
Be sure to stop by PensGear to check out tonight’s item of the game – Reebok Camo Sandstone Tee’s for just $14.99 each – Sunday only! Plus, a limited edition of Reebok Camo Penguins jerseys are now on sale. All military service men and women will enjoy 20% off their entire PensGear purchase when they show their Military ID tonight only!
Be sure to complete the survey printed in Sunday’s IceTime magazine for a chance to win an autographed Sidney Crosby or Evgeni Malkin jersey! Your feedback is important to us, so thank you in advance for your participation.
Introducing PensPoints! It’s the very first mobile rewards program in professional sports! Created exclusively for Penguins fans, PensPoints is a smartphone app that tracks and rewards fan loyalty. Fans are rewarded each time they attend games, make purchases, listen to broadcasts and more. Best of all, PensPoints is FUN, EASY and FREE to participate. Just download the PensPoints app for iPhone or Android today to get started! Be sure to scan the code printed inside your IceTime magazine during tonight’s game to collect 25 points for attending!
Similar to last year’s Stanley Cup playoffs, NHL security has mandated that all fans entering NHL arenas be screened with hand-held wands by arena security personnel. The goal is to create the safest possible environment for fans in arenas across the league.
Stop by “The Carvery” located by Section 107 to purchase one of Sunday’s special chef-prepared creations: Roasted turkey with home-style stuffing and cranberry chutney on wheat Kaiser roll.
Pick up your Penguins Foundation Charity ASSIST raffle tickets at Sunday night’s game for a chance to win $4,000. All proceeds from Sunday’s raffle benefit Operation Troop Appreciation.