The Penguins have lost a franchise-record 16 consecutive games,
becoming the third team in NHL history to lose more than 15 in a
row. They are one loss shy of the league record shared by the
1974-75 Washington Capitals and the 1992-93 San Jose Sharks.
Pittsburgh has already set an NHL record with 12 consecutive
losses at home, falling to 7-19-3-0 at Mellon Arena this season.
The Penguins' road losing streak reached seven games with a 4-3
loss to the New York Islanders on Wednesday.