Pittsburgh Penguins Iron Men

Pittsburgh Penguins Iron Men2019-04-06T20:07:17+00:00

This is it. And it hurts.

MARIO LEMIEUX, announcing his final retirement on January 24, 2006.  Lemieux played in his 1,022nd, and final game on December 16, 2005.

Record number of consecutive games (regular season and playoffs) played by Penguins’ Phil Kessel.
The number of complete seasons played by Mario Lemieux and Sidney Crosby.
The number of players that played only one game with the Penguins.
Record number of games played in one season, held by Phil Kessel, for 82 regular and 25 playoff games in 2016-17.

Center Ron Schock came to the Penguins in 1969 and is sixth on the team’s all-time games played at 648. Schock was the captain of the Pens from 1973 to 1977. During that span he strung together a streak of 328 consecutive games played to establish a team record, later broken by Jordan Staal.

From “Iron Man” to One-Game wonders, this page contains a list of all the Pittsburgh Penguins that played every possible game in one season, including playoffs. The bottom list is of players that were Penguins for only one game.

The following Penguins played in every possible game during the season: