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Penguins, Aramark donate food from NHL games postponed by COVID
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The Pittsburgh Penguins have found a silver lining amid the COVID-19 outbreak that prompted the NHL to postpone 50 games before the league’s holiday break.
Tuesday’s Pens game against the New Jersey Devils and Thursday’s game against the Philadelphia Flyers were among the 32 games put on hold this week alone following a surge of COVID cases that saw nine teams shut down.
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With no guests to fill the stands, the Penguins took the opportunity to donate food at PPG Paints Arena to a local charity, 412 Food Rescue, that works to deliver food to individuals and families experiencing food insecurity, NHL.com reported.