Pens announce they will offer free electric napkins and paper towels for customers at their stores and restaurants.
They said customers can use them to clean the floor and dishes.
“We are offering free napkins, towels, and paper to anyone who wants to use them,” a Pens spokesperson said in a statement.
The Pens have also announced that they will begin offering free water to customers in the Pens arena in Pensacola on Oct. 27.
They said they were “honoring the tradition of the Pens family by offering water free to our patrons.”
Pens general manager Ray Shero said the Pens will also offer free water for customers who come into the Pens Arena during the NHL lockout.
Shero also said Pens players will be able to use the Pens’ “new ice-time technology.”
The Pens said the new technology will allow players to go to the ice at any time.
Pens officials said they would start allowing customers to use their water at the Pens, but they would only be able use it in the arenas during games.
Penguins owners, however, have vowed to stay home during the lockout, and have vowed that fans will not be able get water from the Pens.
The Pens are not alone.
There are several teams in the NHL that have decided to let fans use their tap water for free during the hockey season.
The Dallas Stars, Pittsburgh Penguins, Boston Bruins, St. Louis Blues, Detroit Red Wings, Winnipeg Jets and Nashville Predators all announced that their fans can use their own water for the playoffs.
The Chicago Blackhawks, Colorado Avalanche, Anaheim Ducks, San Jose Sharks, Washington Capitals and St. John’s IceCaps have also agreed to offer free tap water to their fans during the Stanley Cup playoffs.