Black Hockey History Day with the Pittsburgh Penguins
January 31 @ 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
The Pittsburgh Penguins are hosting their first ever Black Hockey History Day on Friday January 31, 2020! They have three days of activities scheduled for this celebration.
On Friday, January 31st:
As part of the activities, Pittsburgh we will be a featured city as part of the NHL’s Black Hockey History Tour / Mobile Museum on January 31st. The museum will be parked on Logan Street across from PPG Paints Arena for the public to visit from 3:00 pm to 7:30 pm.
The NHL’s Black Hockey History Tour is in its second season, with presenting sponsorship by Lincoln Financial Group’s American Legacy annuities product. The mobile museum will visit 14 NHL cities in North America. The museum will have highlights including a full wall dedicated to firsts and milestones; representation of every black player in NHL history; and a customized team locker room feature where fans can take photos.
Friday 1/31 – 4-7 PM: NHL Black Hockey Mobile Museum Activation Open to the Public (outside of PPG Paints Arena). The Mobile Museum is open to the public, and you do not need a ticket to experience the activation.
Friday 1/31 – 7 PM: Penguins vs. Philadelphia Flyers, PPG Paints Arena. Tickets here.
On Saturday, February 1st, the Penguins will host a film screening of Soul on Ice: Past, Present, & Future. Learn more here.