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Mario Lemieux, who starred for the Penguins for 17 years following his 1984 NHL debut, is the team’s all-time leader in Point Shares with 167.9 for his career. Among the Lemieux’s many accomplishments in Pittsburgh, “Super Mario” was an 9-time All Star and led the Pens to two Stanley Cup titles.

PITTSBURGH PENGUINS ALL-TIME STARTING SIX

Mario Lemieux leads Pittsburgh Penguins all-time starting six by Point Shares

Joining Lemieux on the Penguins all-time starting six by Point Shares is goalie Marc-Andre Fleury (120.3), defensemen Kris Letang (83.1) and Ron Stackhouse (54.3), right wing Jaromir Jagr (117.1) and left wing Chris Kunitz (49.1).

The following stats of the Penguins’ all-time starting six reflect only those numbers accrued during their time with the franchise…

UPDATED October 7, 2019

MARC-ANDRE FLEURY: 2003-17

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Seasons
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Point Shares
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All-Star Games

Win-Loss Record: 375-216

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KRIS LETANG: 2006-20

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Point Shares
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All-Star Games

Points: 494

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RON STACKHOUSE: 1973-82

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Seasons
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Point Shares
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All-Star Games

Points: 343

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JAROMIR JAGR: 1927-47

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Seasons
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Point Shares
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All-Star Games

Points: 1079

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CHRIS KUNITZ: 2008-17

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Seasons
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Point Shares
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All-Star Games

Points: 388

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MARIO LEMIEUX: 1984-2006

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Seasons
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Point Shares
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All-Star Games

Points: 1723