Here’s The Awesome Way The Pittsburgh Penguins Are Honoring The Synagogue Shooting Victims

Jena Greene | Reporter

The Pittsburgh Penguins have an awesome plan to honor the victims of the Pittsburgh Synagogue Shooting on Tuesday.

The team rolled out a new patch that they will wear during their game tonight against the New York Islanders. (RELATED: What These NHL Stars Did For Kenya’s Hockey Team Will Remind You Why It’s One Of The Greatest Sports On Earth [WATCH])


View this post on Instagram


A post shared by Pittsburgh Penguins (@penguins) on

Each player will wear a “Stronger Than Hate” patch on their jersey with their logo over the Star Of David. The team will also donate $50,000 to the victims of the synagogue shooting, as well as all proceeds from a raffle they’re holding tonight.

“Hatred and discrimination have no place in Pittsburgh or anywhere else,” the Penguins official Instagram wrote in a caption showing the patches.

11 people were killed on Saturday after Robert Bowers allegedly opened fire at the Tree Of Life Synagogue at the Squirrel Hill area in Pittsburgh, PA. Six others are injured in the hospital.

Follow Jena on Twitter.

Jena Greene



There Is A Major Reason Why People Can't Stop Talking About What Malia Obama Wore Out In Public
Director Bashes The Me Too 'Mob' That's Taken Control Of Hollywood
Kobe Bryant Has Some Advice For Bears Kicker Cody Parkey Following Failed Field Goal Attempt
Ohio State Recruit Delivers Brutal Blow To Michigan Football. His Tweet Is Truly Savage