Fixtures

NHL 04/17 23:07 - ΠΙΤ Πένγκουινς vs ΝΥ Αϊλάντερς - View

Results

NHL 04/15 23:00 - [11] Νας Πρέντατορς v ΠΙΤ Πένγκουινς [20] W 2-4
NHL 04/14 00:00 - [1] ΜΟΣ Μπρούινς v ΠΙΤ Πένγκουινς [17] L 6-4
NHL 04/11 23:00 - [19] ΝΤΙ Ρεντ Γουίνγκς v ΠΙΤ Πένγκουινς [18] W 5-6
NHL 04/08 23:00 - [9] ΠΙΤ Πένγκουινς v ΤΟΡ Μέιπλ Λιφς [3] L 2-3
NHL 04/06 17:00 - [6] ΤΜπ Λάιτινγκ v ΠΙΤ Πένγκουινς [11] W 4-5
NHL 04/04 23:00 - [21] ΠΙΤ Πένγκουινς v Ουασ. Κάπιταλς [17] W 4-1
NHL 04/02 23:00 - [21] ΠΙΤ Πένγκουινς v ΝΤζ Ντέβιλς [22] W 6-3
NHL 04/01 23:00 - [22] ΠΙΤ Πένγκουινς v ΝΥ Ρέιντζερς [1] W 5-2
NHL 03/30 23:00 - [22] ΠΙΤ Πένγκουινς v ΚΛΜ Μπλου Τζάκετς [29] L 3-4
NHL 03/28 23:00 - [29] ΚΛΜ Μπλου Τζάκετς v ΠΙΤ Πένγκουινς [23] W 2-3
NHL 03/26 23:00 - [2] ΚΑΡ Χιούρικεινς v ΠΙΤ Πένγκουινς [24] W 1-4
NHL 03/24 18:00 - [7] ΠΙΤ Πένγκουινς v Κολ Άβαλανς [1] L 4-5

Wikipedia - Pittsburgh Penguins

The Pittsburgh Penguins (colloquially known as the Pens) are a professional ice hockey team based in Pittsburgh. The Penguins compete in the National Hockey League (NHL) as a member of the Metropolitan Division of the Eastern Conference, and have played their home games at PPG Paints Arena, originally known as Consol Energy Center, since 2010. The team previously played at the Civic Arena, which was also known as Mellon Arena from 1999 to 2010, and by its nickname "the Igloo". The Penguins are affiliated with two minor league teams – the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins of the American Hockey League (AHL) and the Wheeling Nailers of the ECHL.

Founded during the 1967 expansion, the Penguins have qualified for six Stanley Cup Finals, winning the Stanley Cup five times—in 1991, 1992, 2009, 2016, and 2017. Along with the Edmonton Oilers, the Penguins are tied for the most Stanley Cup championships among the non-Original Six teams and sixth overall. With their Stanley Cup wins in 2016 and 2017, the Penguins became the first back-to-back champions in the salary cap era. Several of the team's former members have been inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame, including co-owner Mario Lemieux, who purchased the Penguins in 1999 and brought the club out of bankruptcy. Lemieux, Jaromir Jagr, Sidney Crosby, and Evgeni Malkin have won the Hart Memorial Trophy while playing for the franchise.