Pittsburgh Penguins F.N.B. Big Screen returns for 2022 round one home playoff games

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The Pittsburgh Penguins announced Tuesday that the outdoor F.N.B. Big Screen will return for all home games in round one of the 2022 Stanley Cup Playoffs.

According to the Penguins, the F.N.B. Big Screen has been a staple for more than a decade and will be located at the corner of Centre Avenue and Logan Street directly across from PPG Paints Arena.

The Penguins said Logan Street will be closed to vehicular traffic between Centre Avenue and Wylie Avenue for home games.

“The Penguins big screen is an honored Pittsburgh playoff tradition,” said Penguins chief operations officer Kevin Acklin.  “Thanks to our partners at F.N.B. Corporation and with our progress on the Lower Hill redevelopment, we are ready for the return of the big screen after a pause during the pandemic.  We are energized to have PPG Paints Arena filled to capacity and supported by the black and gold Penguins faithful outside.”

The Penguins will be enforcing the following rules at the big screen:

  • All Patrons Subject to Search

  • No Alcohol

  • No Glass

  • No Grills

  • No Pets

  • No Solicitation

  • No Tents

  • No Weapons or Hazardous Materials

The Penguins’ scheduled home games against the New York Rangers will be on Saturday, May 7, and Monday, May 9. Fans may enter the arena beginning from 5:30 p.m. on Saturday and 6:00 p.m. on Monday.


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