This is something I have always been curious of, but have never been able to keep exact tabs on. Searching the internet hasn't really helped either. What is the history of the NHL's reigning ironman? The whole time I was growing up, it seemed that Steve Larmer was the champ, probably starting in 1987 when Jarvis' streak ended. After that, I draw a blank. I used to keep track of the top 5 in my teen years. Names like Linden (I am sure he led for about 2 years) Recchi (I know he did as well), LeClair (might have been a 2nd or 3rd place guy), Brind'Amour (same), Amonte he led for a couple years until '02 or '03), come to mind. In recent years, I think there was Svehla, and now Skrastins. I may be missing a few. Does anyone have some sort of official list of who the league's reigning ironman has been? I'm particularly interested in the years following Larmer's streak up to today, but any info is welcomed. Specific info, such as dates started and ended, and length of streak would be great!