Former Pittsburgh Penguin Phil Kessel sets NHL ironman record, scores 400th goal

Vegas Golden Knights forward and former Pittsburgh Penguin Phil Kessel has broken the NHL record for consecutive games played.

Kessel took the ice on the opening shift for Vegas at San Jose for his 990th consecutive game played.

Kessel has matched defenseman Keith Yandle’s record for consecutive games played at 989 the previous at home against Toronto.

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