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Pens Tie Sellout Record

by Staff Writer / Pittsburgh Penguins
The Pittsburgh Penguins tied a club record on Sunday with their 34th sellout of the 2007-08 season. 

The club record of 34 sellouts in a single season was set in 1988-89 and tied in 1989-90.

The Penguins, who have sold out every game this season at Mellon Arena, will be expected to break the record at their next home game – Wednesday, March 12, against the Buffalo Sabres. 

“This is another tremendous tribute to our fans, who continue to show their remarkable passion and support for the Penguins,” said team president David Morehouse.

The Penguins have sold out 47 straight home games, dating back to the 2006-07 season. 

The club also announced last week that its season ticket waiting list has grown to more than 1,000.

For information about Penguins tickets, or to join the team’s season ticket waiting list, please call 412-642-PENS or 1-800-642-PENS, or go to

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