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Penguins Alumni

Program Overview

Penguins alumni members are a valuable asset to our organization by serving as ambassadors for the sport and by hosting events throughout the year to raise money for important causes.

$2,000

Awarded to a deserving high school senior through a hockey based scholarship

Pittsburgh Penguins Alumni Association

Key to the Pittsburgh Penguins organization, members of the Penguins Alumni Association instruct hockey clinics and youth camps, serve as guest speakers at team events, attend community fundraisers as celebrity participants, and sponsor a hockey-based scholarship each season.

10 to 20

Communities Visited in Northwest Canada

The Great White North

Each year, Penguins Alumni visit the Yukon Territory in Northwest Canada. Visiting 10 to 20 communities on the annual trip, Penguins Alumni hold youth hockey clinics, attend assemblies at local schools, and play in charity games. This season, Jamie Leach, Aaron Asham, J.S. Aubin, and John Chabot made the northern trek.

1

Unthinkable Tragedy

Broncos Strong

Following the tragic bus crash in Saskatchewan, Canada, Penguins Alumnus and Saskatchewan-native, Colby Armstrong invited two Humboldt Broncos players to experience a Penguins playoff game. The two young men who were recovering from the accident, were honored during the game, given a gift from the Penguins and had the chance to meet Mario Lemieux.

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We could not continue to do the work we do without your support.

Programs for Helping
  • Testimonials

    “The Women’s Cancer Research Center at Magee is extremely proud to partner with the Pittsburgh Penguins Alumni Association in support of breast cancer research. Funds raised through the golf outing and Skate with the Greats are used to perform cutting-edge research into personalized therapies for women with this devastating disease. These donations are critical to our success in beating this disease and we are grateful to the Penguins for their support.”

    Adrian V. Lee, PhD, Director
    Magee-Womens Research Institute