Pittsburgh Penguins: Top Five Goalies in Penguins' History

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Pittsburgh Penguins: Top Five Goalies in Penguins' History

Most sports fans have heard the statement, " Hitting a fastball is the hardest task to do in sport". I tend to disagree with that sentiment. I believe the hardest task to do in sports is to be an NHL goalie. Hitting a ball is extremely hard, but so is stopping a 100 mile per hour slap shot.

With that said, the Pittsburgh Penguins have had a number of good to great goalies in their existence.

Some general statistics for the Pens over the 43 years of goaltending:

The Penguins have had 56 goalies in their existence.

Overall record of 1,315 wins, 1,424 losses, 383 ties, and 56 overtime losses in the regular season.

Overall record of 196 wins and 95 losses in the playoffs.

The season of 1992-93 was their best record year at 56 wins, 21 losses, and nine ties featuring Tom Barrasso and Ken Wregget.

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