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2015-2016 Game 28: Kings at Penguins

By Kipper @pghsportsforum
Rematch with LA in Pittsburgh. Penguins lost 5-3 at Staples Center last week.
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2015-2016 Game 28: Kings at Penguins
Fan guide:
"Fan Guide: Penguins vs. LA Kings 12.11.15
Thursday, 12.10.2015 / 12:00 PM ET / Fan Guide
Pittsburgh Penguins
The Penguins will wear their home black jerseys
Be sure to stop by PensGear to check out Friday's Item of the Game – introducing the new Penguins Christmas Shirt – only at PensGear!
7:00 PM
Doors will open at 6:00 PM
Ticketmaster | Ticket Exchange | Student Rush
The Penguins are asking fans to help make the holidays merrier for local underprivileged children by donating new, unwrapped toys on Friday when the Penguins host the Los Angeles Kings and Monday when the Washington Capitals come to town. The team’s 24th annual Toy Collection will benefit the United States Marine Corps Reserve’s “Toys for Tots” program. Every fan who makes a donation upon entering CONSOL Energy Center will be eligible to win prizes.
The new 2016 Penguins & Paws Charity Pet Calendar is on sale now! Pick up a copy or two for the Penguins fans and pet lovers in your life by stopping by the tables on the concourse behind Sections 120 and 217 or order online today at! Sales from this perfect stocking stuffer benefit the Animal Rescue League Shelter & Wildlife Center.
“The Bulliest Dozer,” co-written by Penguins center Eric Fehr, is now available for sale at the Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation’s silent auction stand outside of the First Niagara Club. This children’s book about why bullying doesn’t pay is signed by Fehr for just $20. You can also purchase the book by using the Foundation’s mobile bidding app at
Bid to win one-of-a-kind Penguins items from the comfort of your seat with the new Penguins Foundation silent auction app! Visit from your smartphone to take home a unique piece of Penguins memorabilia Wednesday night!
Pittsburgh Penguins fans in attendance can get the VIP treatment with Upgrade Your Game! Upgrade Your Game offers fans access to once-in-a-lifetime Penguins experiences like in-seat visits with Iceburgh, pre-game Lexus Club dinner reservations, post-game photo shoots on the ice and premium seat upgrades! Simply download the Penguins app and register today under the “Upgrade Your Game” section!
As a reminder, new walk-through metal detectors have been installed at CONSOL Energy Center. The walk-through detectors are part of a league-wide initiative by the NHL to enhance security and allow arenas to deliver a smoother, faster screening experience. Previously, fans entering the arena were screened by security personnel with wands. The NHL policy of searching all permitted bags will remain in place. The walk-through metal detectors will be used for Penguins games and all other events at CONSOL Energy Center.
Please note, only small personal bags (purses, baby or diaper bags, etc.) will be permitted inside CONSOL Energy Center and all items are subject to searches upon entrance. Large bags, coolers, backpacks and sealed packages of any kind are not permitted. In addition, CONSOL Energy Center allows only small, personal still-cameras equipped with a 3 inch lens or smaller. Cameras with detachable lenses or flashes are not permitted. For a complete list of frequently asked questions, please visit CONSOL Energy Center’s A to Z Guide.
Stop by “The Carvery” located by Section 107 to purchase Friday’s special chef-prepared creation: BBQ smoked turkey with cheddar cheese, gold BBQ sauce and fried onions on a Kaiser roll
Premium Seat Holders, don’t forget to stop by an Action Station conveniently located inside the Captain Morgan and First Niagara Clubs to purchase Friday’s special: Prime rib panini with provolone cheese and caramelized mushrooms on sour dough bread
For the kids, don’t miss the Kids Zone Menu at Sections 116 and 231 that includes kiddie sized sodas, popcorn, hot dogs and nachos for $2.75 each.
Pick up your tickets for the Penguins Foundation 50/50 raffle for a chance to win Friday's jackpot. The more you play the more it pays. Proceeds from this season’s raffles benefit the Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation and the numerous charitable organizations it supports. Visit one of the concourse kiosks or watch for ticket sellers through the second intermission - the winning number will be announced in the third period."

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