The Pittsburgh Penguins didn't have a shot on goal for about 37 minutes in game 1 of 2016-17 Stanley Cup finals. Although they fired a number of shots, they all either went wide or got blocked, and hence non of them counted as a shot on goal.
It's uncommon to not have a shot on goal for an entire period. Did the Penguins break the record for the longest time between 2 shots on goal, in the history of Stanley Cup finals or Stanley Cup playoffs?
If so, please state which team had this record previously.