(21-37-20) Finished 6th in West Division
January 26 – Obtained Syl Apps and Sheldon Kannegieser from the New York Rangers for Glen Sather.
January 31 – Obtained Jean Guy Legace from Buffalo for Terry Bell.
• Penguins had an 18-game (0-11-7) road winless streak from October 25 through January 14.
• Pittsburgh’s 9-1 victory over the Detroit Red Wings on December 19 was the largest margin of victory in team history.
• Penguins had a seven-game home winning streak from January 13 through February 13.
• Greg Polis was named to the Western Division All-Star Team.
• Les Binkley recorded his 11th career, and final, shutout on March 3.
• Jean Provonost scored five points (2+3) on March 24 vs. Detroit.
• Penguins set a home record with 18 wins.
• 20 ties is also a Penguins’ team record.
Front row: Al Smith, Duane Rupp. Ken Schinkel, Jack Riley (President), Red Kelley (Head Coach), Jack Button (General Manager), Keith McCreary, Bob Woytowich & Les Binkley
Middle row: Ken Carson (Trainer), Jean Pronovost, Bryan Watson, Jim Morrison, Ron Schock, Glen Sather, Bob Blackburn, Wally Boyer & Terry Schiffhauer (PR)
Back row: Val Fonteyne, Lowell MacDonald, Greg Polis, Dean Prentice, Nick Harbaruk, Dunc McCallum, Bryan Hextal, Andy Bathgate, Yvon Labre & John Doolan (Equip. Manager)
1970-71 Pittsburgh Penguins Goaltending
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