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The Pittsburgh Penguins are a franchise in the Eastern Conference of the National Hockey League (NHL). The team was founded as part of the league's expansion prior to the 1967–68 season. The franchise has had nine general managers in its history, with Jack Riley serving two terms. Eight games in March and April 1983 went without a general magager due to Aldege "Baz" Bastien's death in an car accident.

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# Number of general managers[1]
GC Games Coached
W Wins
L Loses
T Ties
W – L % Win – Loss percentage
* Elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame

ListEdit

# Name Term Games Record (W–L–T / OTL)[2] Points Win percentage
1 Jack Riley June 6, 1967 – May 1, 1970 226 73–117–36 182 .403
2 Red Kelly May 1, 1970 – January 29, 1972 126 33–64–29 95 .377
Jack Riley January 29, 1972 – January 13, 1974 149 57–73–19 133 .446
3 Jack Button January 13, 1974 – July 1, 1975 117 54–44–19 127 .543
4 Wren Blair July 1, 1975 – December 3, 1976 105 44–44–17 105 .500
5 Baz Bastien December 3, 1976 – March 15, 1983 527 193–248–86 472 .447
March 16, 1983 – April 3, 1983 8 2–5–1 5 .313
6 Eddie Johnston May 27, 1983 – April 14, 1988 400 140–220–40 320 .400
7 Tony Esposito April 14, 1988 – December 5, 1989 106 50–47–9 109 .514
8 Craig Patrick December 5, 1989 – May 20, 2006 1250 575–511–127–37 1314 .526
9 Ray Shero May 20, 2006 – present[3] 164 94–51–19 207 .573

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General

Notes Edit

  1. A running total of the number of coaches of the Penguins. Thus any coach who has two separate terms as head coach is only counted once.
  2. Per the 2004–05 NHL lockout no games result in a tie, instead teams receive one point for a loss in overtime. Craig Patrick served before and after the rule change, and his record is presented as W–L–T–OTL.
  3. Statistics are through the 2007–08 NHL season.

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