PITTSBURGH — A suburban Pittsburgh ice course that won a right to horde a Pittsburgh Penguins preseason competition will instead have to settle for a ticketed use by a Stanley Cup champions after a trickery was deemed non-professional to horde an NHL game.
Rostraver Ice Rink in Belle Vernon, about 20 miles southeast of Pittsburgh, won an online competition sponsored by Kraft to accept $150,000 value of locus upgrades as good as a preseason diversion between a Penguins and a St. Louis Blues on Sept. 24.
Kraft announced on Wednesday it was relocating a diversion from Rostraver Ice Rink to a Penguins’ use trickery in Cranberry, about 30 mins north of Pittsburgh. Members of a Belle Vernon village and girl hockey players from Rostraver Ice Garden will accept a infancy of a diversion tickets.
The course will still accept a upgrades. The Penguins will reason a use during Rostraver on Sept. 24 as partial of 4 days of festivities. Pittsburgh skeleton to move a game-night party operation — including music, videos, anthem thespian Jeff Jimerson, P.A. announcer Ryan Mill and a Penguins Ice Crew — to a Rostraver girl hockey diversion that week.