(16-58-6) Finished 6th in Patrick Division
October 23 -Ã‚Â Obtained Andy Brickley, Ron Flockhart, Mark Taylor and a first round choice in the 1984 Entry Draft from Philadelphia for Rich Sutter and second and third round choices in the 1984 Entry Draft.
December 5 -Ã‚Â Obtained Tom Roulston from Edmonton for Kevin McClelland and a sixth round choice in the 1984 Entry Draft.
January 26 -Ã‚Â Obtained Kevin McCarthy from Vancouver for a third round choice in the 1984 Entry Draft.
March 5 -Ã‚Â Obtained Moe Mantha and a first round choice in the 1984 Entry Draft from Winnipeg for Randy Carlyle.
• Ed Johnston became the General Manager on May 27, 1983.
• Lou Angotti was named head coach on July 20, 1983.
• On February 29, Darren Lowe became the first African American to play for the Penguins.
• Penguins finished 16-58-6 for 38 points, their worst ever and worst overall record in the NHL.
• Mike Bullard became the fourth player in Penguins’ history to score 50 goals.
• Jim Hamilton becomes the first Penguins player to wear #13.
Front row: Michel Dion, Rick Kehoe, Ken Schinkel (Scout), Ed Johnston (General Manager), Paul Martha (Vice President), Lou Angotti (Head Coach), Mike Corrigan (Asst. Coach), Randy Carlyle & Denis Herron
Middle row: Rusty Jones (Strength Coach), Pat Bouttete, Mike Bullard, Doug Shedden, Rod Buskas, Marty McSorley, Bryan Maxwell, Greg Tebutt, Paul Gardner, Rod Schutt & Terry Schiffhauer (PR)
Back row: Steve Thomas (Trainer), Andy Brickley, Ron Flockhart, Bob Gladney, Jim Hamilton, Ted Bulley, Kevin McClelland, Greg Hotham, Mark Taylor, Dave Hannan, Bob Errey & John Doolan (Equip. Manager)
1983-84 Pittsburgh Penguins Goaltending
Edward J. Debartolo
Randy Carlyle & Mike Bullard
Rookie of the Year:
Most Valuable Player:
Baz Bastien Good Guy: