On This Date in Pittsburgh Penguins History / Penguins Trivia

By Stephanie Lewark


  • Tom Barrasso stopped 22 shots from the Philadelphia Flyers to earn his seventh shutout with the Pens


  • a goal by Chicago’s Denis Savard ended Ken Wregget and Tom Barrasso’s longest shutout sequence in team history at 187:30

Information obtained from PittsburghHockey.net


Who was the only defenseman to score a goal for the Pittsburgh Penguins in the 1991 STanley Cup Final against the Minnesota North Stars and the 1992 Stanley Cup Final against the Chicago Blackhawks? Find out tomorrow!

ANSWER (to yesterday’s TRIVIA QUESTIONCLICK HERE to view it):

Chris Tamer (the defenseman was charged with a delay of game penalty when he dislodged the Penguins net from its moorings setting up the first overtime penalty shot in NHL post-season history; Capital Joe Juneau’s attempt was unsuccessful as the puck slid off his stick to be turned aside by Penguins goalie Ken Wregget and which ultimately kept the game going)

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