The Pittsburgh Penguins will take the ice for the first day of training camp on Monday, July 13 at the UPMC Lemieux Sports Complex, as the NHL begins Phase 3 of its Return to Play Plan.
The 13-day camp will consist of eight practice days, two off days and three "game day simulations," which will mimic a traditional game day schedule and include an intra-squad scrimmage. The team will travel to the designated hub city of Toronto, Ontario on Sunday, July 26.
As a reminder, all training camp practices and scrimmages will be closed to the general public.
Pittsburgh's 34-player training camp roster will not include forwards Nick Bjugstad and Dominik Simon as well as defenseman Zach Trotman, who are all currently sidelined with injuries. Click here to view the full camp roster.