Pittsburgh Penguins Remove Scoreboard, Prep for $30M in Arena Improvements

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The NHL's Pittsburgh Penguins are in the process of removing their old center-hung scoreboard to make room for a new one next season. 

On Saturday, the Penguins posted a short video to Twitter showing the removal of the old scoreboard. 


The team has announced a package of new upgrades for PPG Paints Arena that total $30 million and includes two new VIP suites, a VIP event-level club, and the scoreboard. 

"We are committed to maintaining PPG Paints Arena as a world-class destination not only for Penguins hockey but for concerts and marquee events," said Penguins' president of Business Operations, Kevin Acklin, at the time of the announcement. "We are investing millions to replace our entire in-game entertainment technology, as well as building exciting new premium spaces, to offer immersive experiences for our fans and guests that will be truly unique to our Pittsburgh market."

The new 50-foot by 33-foot scoreboard nearly doubles the size of the previous scoreboard.

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