20 greatest goal scorers in Penguins history

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11: Ron Francis Sharpshooter

Another player who lurked under the shadows of Mario Lemieux, Francis was also a major contribution to the ’91 and ’92 Stanley Cups. This is largely due to his ability to pass the puck, but when the time was right Francis knew how to sink one in the back of the net. This is a lot coming from the man who was lucky to be drafted in the fourth round at the time.

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