(34-38-8) Finished 5th in Patrick Division
September 10 -Ã‚Â Obtained Gilles Meloche from Edmonton for Tim Hrynewich and Marty McSorley.
October 4 -Ã‚Â Obtained Randy Cunneyworth and Mike Moller from Buffalo for Pat Hughes.
October 20 -Ã‚Â Obtained future considerations from Quebec for Wayne Babych.
March 11 -Ã‚Â Obtained Ron Duguay from Detroit for Doug Shedden.
• Mario Lemieux recorded his first hat trick on December 31 at St. Louis, with four goals.
• Lemieux had points in 28 consecutive games from January 11 through March 15, scoring 59 points (21+38) in that span.
• The Penguins tied Russian Dynamo, 3-3, on January 4 at the Civic Arena before a sellout crowd.
• On February 15, against Vancouver, Lemieux recorded his 100th point to become the first Penguin to record consecutive 100-point seasons.
Front row: Gilles Meloche, Moe Mantha, Paul Martha (Vice President), Ed Johnston (General Manager), Mike Bullard, Bob Berry (Head Coach), Jim Roberts (Asst. Coach), Terry Ruskowski, Roberto Romano & Denis Herron
Middle row: Cindy Himes (PR), Doug Kinney (Strength Coach), Willy Lindsrom, Randy Cunneyworth, Jim Johnson, Ville Siren, Mario Lemieux, Doug Shedden, Doug Bodger, John Chabot, Dave Hannan, Ric Kehoe (Scout) & Terry Schiffhauer (Team Services)
Back row: Steve Thomas (Trainer), Jim McGeough, Ted Nolan, Mike Blaisdell, Mike Rowe, Randy Hillier, Craig Simpson, Rod Buskas, Norm Schmidt, Dan Frawley, Bob Errey & John Doolan (Equip. Manager)
1985-86 Pittsburgh Penguins Goaltending
Edward J. Debartolo
Rookie of the Year:
Most Valuable Player:
Baz Bastien Good Guy: