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Last two Stanley Cup champions face off Tuesday

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Penguins face Blackhawks in preseason hockey this Tuesday at Consol Energy Center

The two most recent Stanley Cup champions will face off Tuesday when the Penguins host the Chicago Blackhawks in a pre-season game at Consol Energy Center. Game time is 7 p.m.


The Penguins won the Stanley Cup in 2009, and Chicago won it last season.


The game will be televised on tape-delay by FSN Pittsburgh, following the Pittsburgh Pirates broadcast on FSN that night. The game also will be carried live on radio -- both 105.9 The X and Penguins HD radio.


The Penguins again will make several hundred “Student Rush” tickets available at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday at the American Eagle Outfitters box office, at the intersection of Fifth Avenue and Washington Place.  College and high school students with valid student IDs may purchase discounted tickets for $25. The Penguins will make a minimum of 200 tickets available for each home game this season as part of the popular American Eagle Outfitters Student Rush program.


Following Tuesday’s game, the Penguins will close out their pre-season with two weekend road games – at Chicago Friday (8:30 p.m.) and at Detroit Sunday (5 p.m.). Both games will be carried on 105.9 The X and Penguins HD radio.


The Pens open the regular season Thursday, Oct. 7 against the Philadelphia Flyers at Consol Energy Center.

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