PITTSBURGH -- Part of a two-time defending Stanley Cup champion roster that included five surefire future Hall of Fame members, Bob Errey this week took a moment to recall the feelings associated with playing for the 1992-93 Pittsburgh Penguins.
"It just seemed winning came too easy," said Errey, now the television color analyst for the team.
"It was just so much fun. I remember the team just felt invincible."
For 17 consecutive games in March and April of that season, it was.
Almost exactly 20 years after those dominating Penguins established the NHL record for consecutive victories, the 2012-13 Pittsburgh team is working on eclipsing it.