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CHAMPIONSHIP
TEAMS
PENGUINS
LEGENDS
1990/91 Stanley Cup Champions
Pittsburgh Penguins
1991/92 Stanley Cup Champions
Pittsburgh Penguins
Mellon Arena (The Igloo)
1967-Present
Ab McDonald
1967/68
Leo Boivin
1967-1969
Andy Bathgate
196/68, 1970/71
Michel Brier
1969/70
Dean Prentice
1969-1971
Les Binkley
1967-1972
Keith McCreary
1969-1972
Ken Schinkel
1967-1973
Bryan Hextall
1969-1974
Gerg Polis
1970-1974
Jim Rutherford
1971-1974
Gary Inness
1973-1976
Ron Schock
1969-1977
Vic Hadfield
1974-1977
Jean Pronovost
1968-1978
Lowell MacDonald
1970-1978
Dennis Herron
1973-1975, 1976-1979, 1982-1986
Greg Millen
1975-1981
Syl Apps
1970-1978
Ron Stackhouse
1974-1982
George Fergusson
1978-1983
Randy Carlyle
1978-1984
1981 Norris Trophy
Greg Malone
1976-1983
Paul Gardner
1980-1984
Rick Kehoe
1974-1985
Michel Dion
1981-1985
Mario Lemieux
1985 Calder Trophy
10/11/84: First Career Goal
Mike  Bullard
1980-1987
Doug Bodger
1984-1989
"Badger Bob" Johnson
Coach 1990/91
Phil Bourque
1983/84, 1985-1992
Paul Coffey
1987-1992
Mark Recchi
1988-1992
Dan Quinn
1986-1990, 1996/97
Bryan Trottier
1990-1992, 1993/94
Mario Lemieux
1991 & 1992 Conn Smythe
Jaromir Jagr
1990-2001
Bob Errey
1983-1993
Troy Loney
1983-1993
Rick Tocchet
1991-1994
Kevin Stevens
1987-1995, 2000-2002
Ulf Samuelsson
1990-1995
Joe Mullen
1990-1995, 1996/97
Ken Wregget
1991-1995
Ron Francis
1990-1998
1995 Selke Trophy
Petr Nedved
1995-1997
Mario Lemieux
1988, 1993, & 1996 Hart
Tom Barrasso
1988-2000
Kevin Hatcher
1996-1999
Jaromir Jagr
1999 Hart Trophy
Darius Kasperitus
1996-2002
Jan Hrdina
1998-2003
Alexei Kovalev
1998-2003
Mario Lemieux
1984-1997, 2000-Present
Martin Straka
1992-1995, 1997-Present
Hans Jonsson
1999-Present
Johan Hedberg
2000-Present
Aleksey Morozov
1997-Present