PPG Paints Arena

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PPG Paints Arena
Location Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Opened August 18, 2010
Other Names Consol Energy Center (2010-16)
Tenants Pittsburgh Penguins (2010-present)

PPG Paints Arena is a multi-purpose indoor arena in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania that serves as home to the Pittsburgh Penguins of the National Hockey League (NHL), and was the home of the Pittsburgh Power of the Arena Football League (AFL) from 2011 to 2014.

List of credited publications

League Date/Season Team(s) Type
National Hockey League 2013-14 Pittsburgh Penguins vs. Columbus Blue Jackets Postseason Program
April 20, 2015 Pittsburgh Penguins vs. New York Rangers Postseason Program
2015-16 Pittsburgh Penguins vs. Arizona Coyotes Program
Pittsburgh Penguins vs. Washington Capitals Postseason Program
Stanley Cup Finals (Pittsburgh Penguins vs. San Jose Sharks) Program
2016-17 Stanley Cup Finals (Pittsburgh Penguins vs. Nashville Predators) Program
2018-19 Pittsburgh Penguins Program

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