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2014 NHL Stadium Series Panoramic
SKU: NHLSS14T
This panorama of the 2014 Coors Light NHL Stadium Series™ game at Soldier Field, photographed by Christopher Gjevre, features the hometown favorite, the Chicago Blackhawks®, taking on the Pittsburgh Penguins®. The excitement surrounding this game was evident, as seats were sold-out in less than 24 hours after tickets went on sale. The Penguins squared off against the defending Stanley Cup® Champion Blackhawks, resulting in a final score of Chicago 5, Pittsburgh 1. The NHL Stadium Series is hosted at stadiums around the country and celebrates the history and tradition of outdoor hockey.


Pittsburgh Penguins - Consol Energy Center Pictures - NHL Panorama
SKU: NHLPEN1T
The Pittsburgh Penguins, one of the National Hockey League’s® most exciting teams, opened their spectacular new arena, CONSOL Energy Center, in 2010-11.  The Penguins have made their mark in history by capturing multiple Stanley Cup® Championships, and have built a strong nucleus to challenge for more titles.  A franchise rich in history has enjoyed some of the greatest players to lace up the skates.  This panorama was taken by Christopher Gjevre during the Penguins’ inaugural season in their new arena.


Pittsburgh Penguins Panoramic- Consol Energy Center Picture
SKU: NHLPEN2T
This panorama of the Pittsburgh Penguins® playing Game 5 of the Eastern Conference Semifinal series at CONSOL Energy Center, spotlights a spectacular victory for the Penguins, as they beat the Ottawa Senators® 6-2. This game gave the Penguins their fourth win in the series, clinching a berth in the Eastern Conference Final for the first time since the team hoisted the Stanley Cup® in 2009. This series also marks the fourth time in seven seasons the Senators and the Penguins have met in the playoffs. The Pittsburgh Penguins were established in 1967 as one of the first expansion teams during the NHL’s® original expansion from six to twelve teams.