(35-33-12) Finished 3rd in Norris Division
December 16 -Ã‚Â Obtained Stan Gilbertson from Washington for Harvey Bennett.
January 9 -Ã‚Â Obtained Ed Gilbert, Simon Nolet and a first round choice in the 1976 Amateur Draft from Kansas City for Steve Durbano, Chuck Arnason and a first round choice in the 1976 Amateur Draft.
March 8 -Ã‚Â Obtained Ed Van Impe and Bob Taylor from Philadelphia for Gary Inness and future considerations
• Jean Pronovost recorded a point in 16 consecutive games from November 1 through December 3.
• Penguins reeled off an 11-game unbeaten streak (7-0-4) from February 7 through February 28.
• Penguins set club records with 339 goals for and 303 goals against.
• Ken Schinkel returned as theÃ‚Â head coachÃ‚Â on January 17.
• On March 24 Jean Pronovost became the first Penguins’ player to score 50 goals.
• The first player to record 100 points, Pierre Larouche, finished fifth in the league scoring race with 53 goals and 58 assists for 111 points, a Penguins single-season record.
• Jean Pronovost finished eighth (52-52-104) and Syl Apps finishes 10th (32-67-99) in league scoring, the first time three Penguins have finished in the top 10.
Front row: Ken Carson (trainer), Gary Inness, Jean Pronovost, Ron Schock, Ken Schinkel (Head Coach), Dave Burrows, Syl Apps & Michel Plasse
Middle row: Pierre Larrouche, Vic Hadfield, Stan Gilberton, Bob Kelly, Ron Stackhouse, Ed Gilbert, Rick Kehoe, Lowell MacDonald, Colin Campbell & Bob DeMarco (Equip. Manager)
Back row: Barry Wilkins, Mario Faubert, Lew Morrison, Simon Nolet & Dennis Owchar
1975-76 Pittsburgh Penguins Goaltending
|Michel Plasse playoffs||3||0||0||0||0||1||2||-||180||8||2.67||1|
|1 & 30||Gord Laxton||8||0||0||0||0||3||4||0||414||31||4.49||0||172||0.847|
Al Savill, Otto Frenzel & Wren Blair
Marc Boileau & Ken Schinkel
Rookie of the Year:
Most Valuable Player: