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Pittsburgh Penguins Playoff Details
Two generational players have been at the center of the Penguins’ best seasons. The first, Mario Lemieux, was the first overall pick in the 1984 draft. Injuries limited Lemieux at times, but he was one of the most talented players in hockey throughout his career. In the 1990-91 season, Lemieux was limited to just 26 games, but a talented team that included Mark Recchi, Paul Coffey, and Jaromir Jagr helped the team qualify for the playoffs. A healthy Lemieux returned in time for the postseason, and he played some of the best hockey of his life. Lemieux scored 44 points (second all-time in a playoff year) in just 23 games on his way to winning the Conn Smythe Trophy as playoff MVP. The Penguins defeated the Minnesota North Stars in the Stanley Cup Final and earned the franchise’s first Stanley Cup. In the next season, the Penguins returned to the Stanley Cup Final and swept the Chicago Blackhawks to repeat as champions.
In 2005, the Penguins drafted Sidney Crosby. Crosby became a leader in Pittsburgh almost immediately and helped the struggling franchise turn things around. In 2008, Crosby and the Penguins reached the Stanley Cup Final but lost to the Detroit Red Wings. In the following year, the two teams reached the Stanley Cup Final again, setting up an epic rematch. In Game 7, Penguins goalie Marc-Andre Fleury made a last-second save on Nicklas Lidstrom and clinched the Cup win for the Penguins.
Following their 2009 Stanley Cup win, the Penguins had a disappointing streak of promising regular season finishes followed by early playoff exits. Their fortunes began to change before the 2015-2016 season when they acquired Phil Kessel to star alongside Crosby and Evgeni Malkin. Young goalie Matt Murray also joined the team and provided a boost during the playoffs. In 2016, the Penguins advanced to the Stanley Cup Final for the first time since their 2009 victory and defeated the San Jose Sharks in six games. In the following season, they won the franchise’s second set of back-to-back Stanley Cups when they returned to the Final and defeated the Nashville Predators. The Penguins were the first team to win back-to-back championships after the NHL implemented a salary cap.
When do Penguins playoff tickets go on sale?
The NHL season goes from October to mid-April. If the Penguins are in the playoff race, be on the lookout in March for announcements about playoff tickets.
How much do Penguins playoff tickets cost?
The average resale price for a Penguins playoff ticket is $157, but fans should keep in mind that individual tickets may be available for above or below this price point due to a number of factors. Things like seating section and opponent can greatly impact ticket prices.