1991-92 Hockey Season Roster

$27.00In Stock
  • Super Mario: Lemieux leads Penguins to second straight Stanley Cup
  • Superstars: MVP Messier, Roy (Vezina), Leetch (Norris), Bure (Calder), Gretzky, Hull
  • All the teams, all the players
Full Summary

The New York Rangers had MVP Mark Messier, Norris Trophy winner Brian Leetch and the most points (105), but the Stanley Cup went to the highest-scoring team, the Pittsburgh Penguins for the second straight season.

Loaded with scoring champ Mario Lemieux (44-87-131), Kevin Stevens (54-69-123), Joe Mullen (42-45-87), Marc Recchi (33-37-70), Jaromir Jagr (32-37-69), Ron Francis (21-33-54), Larry Murphy (21-56-77), Paul Coffey (10-54-64) and goalie Tom Barrasso, the Penguins somehow finished only third in the Rangers’ Patrick Division, but went 16-5 in the playoffs, sweeping Boston in the conference finals and Chicago for the Cup.

Montreal’s Patrick Roy won the Vezina Trophy and Vancouver’s Pavel Bure won the Calder. LA’s Wayne Gretzky led with 90 assists to finish third in scoring with 121 points. St. Louis’ Brett Hull led with 70 goals and was fourth in scoring … Chicago rode Jeremy Roenick’s 53 goals and Ed Belfour’s 2.70 GAA (second-best to Roy’s 2.36) to the finals after finishing second to Detroit in the Norris Division.


And more: Brett Hull (70 goals), Wayne Gretkzy (90 assists), Gary Roberts (53 goals), Luc Robitaille (107 points).

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