Craig Adams established a franchise record today when he played in his 314th consecutive regular game, surpassing previous recordholder Ron Schock.
Since Adams began his consecutive games played streak on Oct. 18, 2010, the Penguins have lostÂ 1,350 man-games lost toÂ injury, an average of 4.3 man-games lost per contest.
PENGUINS REGULAR SEASON, CONSECUTIVE GAME STREAKS
Craig Adams 314
Ron Schock 313
Jordan Staal 302
Nick Harbaruk 276
Evgeni Malkin 254
It is important to note that the team records are for consecutive regular season games. The team record for consecutive games (playoffs included) belongs to Jordan Staal.
After cutting his foot in a playoff game against the Montreal Canadiens on May 2, 2010, Staal was knocked out of the lineup for the first time in 358 games.
Staal broke Shock’s record that included a streak of 328 consecutive games. In that span, Schock played 313 consecutive regular season games to give him the official team record.
Craig Adams missed a playoff game and was suspended for Game 4 of the Penguins-Flyers series as a result of his fight in Game 3 (April 15, 2012).
Adjusted for playoff games, we only have Craig Adams at 135 games.