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Penguins announce camp dates

| Friday, Aug. 25, 2006

The Penguins will open rookie camp Sept. 7 and full training camp Sept. 14, the team announced Thursday.

Penguins prospects will report to Mellon Arena on Sept. 7 for physicals, meetings and tests and will be on the ice Sept. 8-12. The sessions Sept. 9 and 10 will be open to the public.

The rest of the players will report Sept. 14 for physicals, meetings and tests. They will be on the ice Sept. 15-17, with all three days open to the public, before leaving for Moncton, New Brunswick, on the afternoon of Sept. 17.

Rosters and practice times will be released shortly before the start of both camps.

Tickets for the Penguins' two preseason games at Mellon Arena are now on sale. The games are Sept. 22 against the Washington Capitals and Sept. 29 against the Buffalo Sabres. Call 412-642-PENS or log onto www.pittsburghpenguins.com for information.

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