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Penguins Set Attendance Record

by Staff Writer / Pittsburgh Penguins
The Pittsburgh Penguins set a new team total attendance record with 888,653 fans through 52 games of the 2007-08 regular season and Stanley Cup playoffs.

The Penguins’ average attendance through those 52 games was 17,089. Seating capacity at Mellon Arena is 16,940, but the Penguins sell a limited amount of standing-room-only tickets for each game.

The team’s previous attendance record was 847,204 over 53 games during the 1990-91 regular season and playoffs. The average attendance that season was 15,985.

The Penguins have sold out 67 straight games dating back to last season. The 2007-08 season marked the first time in franchise history that the Penguins sold out every game.

“We salute our fans for their tremendous support and passion for the Penguins,” said team president David Morehouse. “Our players and coaches often commented how they were inspired by the fan support, and there is no question that the fans played a huge role in our success this season.”
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