In the Pittsburgh Penguins' 46-year history, several players have set team records. Some of them have already been broken or may not hold up as new generations of talent rise through the ranks.
However, some of these records will stand the test of time. This is due to factors such as changing styles of play in the NHL or the fact that some players don't see as much playing time as they would have in years gone by.
In addition, we don't know if we'll ever see another player with Mario Lemieux's pedigree in our lifetime.
In no particular order, here are five Penguins records that are mostly likely safe in the history books.