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Team Records
 
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Most Points, One Season

132

Montreal Canadiens 1976-77, 60 wins, 8 losses, 12 ties, 80 game schedule
Best Points % One Season

.875

Boston Bruins 1929-30, 77 points in 44 games
Worst Points % Percentage One Season

.131

Washington Capitals 1974-75, 21 points in 80 games
Most Wins in Season

62

Detroit Red Wings 1995-96, 82  games
Most Home Wins Season

36

Philadelphia Flyers 1975-76, 40 home games
Detroit Red Wings 1995-96, 41 home games
Most Road Wins Season

28

New Jersey Devils 1998-99, 41 away games
Most Ties One Season

24

Philadelphia Flyers 1969-70 76 games
Most Ties One Season Home

13

NY Rangers 1954-55, Philadelphia Flyers 1969-70, California Seals 1971-72, California Seals 1972-73, Chicago Blackhawks 1973-74
Most Ties One Season Away

15

Philadelphia Flyers 1976-77 40 games
Most Losses One Season

71

San Jose Sharks 1992-93, 84  games
Most Home Losses One Season

32

San Jose Sharks 1992-93, 41 games
Most Away Losses One Season

40

Ottawa Senators 1992-93, 41 games
Most Goals One Season

446

Edmonton Oilers 1983-84, 80  games
Most Goals Against One Season

446

Washington Capitals 1974-75, 80  games
Most Goals Against Average One Season

7.38

Quebec Bulldogs 1919-20, 177 goals against in 24 games
Most power play goals aganst, one season

122

Chicago Blackhawks, 1988-89. 80GP
Most shorthand goals against, one season

22

Pittsburgh Penguins, 1984-85. 80GP
Minnesota North Stars, 1991-92. 80GP
Colorado Avalanche, 1995-96. 82GP
Fewest Wins One Season

4

Quebec Bulldogs 1919-20 4 wins, 20 losses,  0 ties,  in 44 games
Fewest Wins One Season (+70 games)

8

Washington Capitals 1975-76, 80 games
Fewest Home Wins One Season

2

Chicago Blackhawks 1927-28, 22 games
Fewest Home Wins One Season (+70 games)

6

Chicago Blackhawks 1954-55, 35 games Washington Capitals  1975-76, 40 games
Fewest Away Wins One Season

0

Toronto Arenas 1918-19, 9 games
Quebec Bulldogs 1919-20, 12  games
Pittsburgh Pirates 1929-30, 22 games
Fewest Away Wins One Season (+70 games)

1

Washington Capitals 1974-75, 40 games Ottawa Senators 1992-93,  41 games
Fewest Points One Season

8

Quebec Bulldogs 1919-20, 4 wins, 20 losses 0 ties,  in 44 games
Fewest Points One Season (+70 games)

21

Washington Capitals 1974-75, 8 wins, 67 losses, 5 ties in 80 games
Fewest Ties One Season

1

Boston Bruins 1929-30, 44 games
Fewest Ties (70 games+)

2

San Jose 1992-93, 84 games
Fewest Losses One Season

5

Ottawa Senators 1919-20, 24  games
Boston Bruins 1929-30, 44 games    
Montreal Canadiens 1943-44, 50 games
Fewest Losses One Season (+70 games)

8

Montreal Canadiens 1976-77, 80 games
Fewest Losses One Season Home

0

Montreal Canadiens 1943-44 25 games, Ottawa Senators 1922-23,  24 games
Fewest Losses One Season Home ( +70 games)

1

Montreal Canadiens 1976-77, 80 games
Fewest Losses One Season Away

3

Montreal Canadiens 1928-29, 22 games
Fewest Losses One Season Away (+70 games)

6

Montreal Canadiens 1972-73, 39 games Montreal Canadiens  1974-75, 40 games Montreal Canadiens 1977-78, 40 games
Fewest Goals One Season

33

Chicago Blackhawks 1928-29, 44 games
Fewest Goals One Season (+70 games)

133

Chicago Blackhawks 1953-54, 70 games
Fewest Goals Against

42

Ottawa Senators 1925-26, 36  games
Fewest Goals Against (+70 games)

131

Toronto Maple Leafs 1953-54, 70 games Montreal Canadiens 1955-56, 70 games
Lowest Goals Against Average

.98

Montreal Canadiens 1928-29, 43 goals in 44 games  played
Longest Winning Streak
 
Overall One Season

17

Pittsburgh Penguins Mar 9-Apr 10,  1993
Home One Season

20

Boston Bruins Dec 3, 1929 - Mar 18, 1930 Philadelphia Flyers Jan 4 - Apr 3, 1976
Away One Season

10

Buffalo Sabres Dec 10, 1983 - Jan 23, 1984  St.  Louis Blues Jan 21 - Mar 2, 2000               New Jersey Devils, Feb 27 - Apr 7, 2001
From Start of the Season-Overall

10

Toronto Maple Leafs 1993-94
From Start of the Season-Home

11

Chicago Blackhawks 1963-64
From Start of the Season-Away

7

Toronto Maple Leafs Nov 14 - Dec 15, 1940
Philadelphia Flyers, Oct 12-Nov 16, 1985
Longest Winning Streak Including Playoffs-  Overall

15

Detroit Red Wings Feb 27 - Apr 5, 1995, 9 regular season games,  6 playoff games
Longest Winning Streak Including Playoffs - Home

24

Philadelphia Flyers Jan 4 - Apr 25, 1976, 20 regular season games, 4 playoff games
Longest Winning Streak Including Playoffs - Away

11

New Jersey Devils, Feb 27 - April 17, 2001, 10 regular season games, one playoff game.
Longest Undefeated Streak
 
Overall One Season

35

Philadelphia Flyers Oct 14, 1979 - Jan 6, 1980, 25 wins, 10 ties
Home One Season

34

Montreal Canadiens Nov 1, 1976 - Apr 2, 1977, 28 wins, 6 ties
Away One Season

23

Montreal Canadiens Nov 27. 1974 - Mar 12, 1975, 14 wins, 9 ties
From Start of the Season-Overall

15

Edmonton Oilers 1984-85, 12 wins, 3 ties
From Start of the Season-Home

25

Montreal Canadiens Oct 30, 1943 - Mar 18, 1944, 22 wins, 3 ties
From Start of the Season-Away

15

Detroit Red Wings Oct 18 - Dec 20, 1951,  10 wins, 5  ties
Longest Undefeated Streak Including Playoffs-  Overall

21

Pittsburgh Penquins Mar 9 - Apr 22, 1993, 17 wins, 1 tie, in  regular season, 3 wins in playoffs
Longest Undefeated Streak Including Playoffs-  Home

38

Montreal Canadiens Nov 1, 1976 - Apr 26, 1977, 28 wins, 6 ties  in regular season, 4 wins in playoffs
Longest Undefeated Streak Including Playoffs-  Away

13

Montreal Canadiens Feb 26 - Apr 20, 1980, 6 wins, 4 ties in  regular season, 3 wins in playoffs 

New York Islanders Mar 16 - May 1, 1980, 3 wins, 3 ties in regular season and 7 wins in playoffs

Philadephia Flyers, Feb 26-Apr 21, 1977, 6 wins, 4 ties in regular season, and 3 wins in playoffs
Longest Losing Streak
 
Overall One Season

17

Washington Capitols Feb 18 - Mar 26, 1975

San Jose Sharks Jan 4 - Feb 12, 1993
Home One Season

11

Boston Bruins Dec 8, 1924 -Feb 17, 1925
Washington Capitals Feb 18 - Mar 30, 1975
Ottawa Senators Oct 27 - Dec 8, 1993 
Atlanta  Thrashers Jan 24 - Mar 16, 2000
Away One Season

38

Ottawa Senators Oct 10, 1992 - Apr 3,  1993
From Start of the Season-Overall

11

New York Rangers 1943-44
From Start of the Season-Home

8

Los Angeles Kings Oct 13 - Nov 6, 1971
From Start of the Season-Away

38

Ottawa Senators Oct 10, 1992 - Apr 3, 1993
Longest Winless Streak
 
Overall One Season

30

Winnipeg Jets Oct 19 - Dec 20, 1980, 23 losses, 7  ties
Home One Season

17

Ottawa Senators Oct 28, 1995 - Jan 27, 1996, 15  losses, 2 ties
Atlanta Thrashers, Jan 19-Mar 29, 2000, 15 losses, 2 ties
Away One Season

38

Ottawa Senators Oct 10, 1992 - Apr 3,  1993
From Start of the Season-Overall

15

New York Rangers 1943-44, 14 losses, 1 tie
From Start of the Season-Home

11

Pittsburgh Penquins Oct 8 - Nov 19, 1983, 9 losses, 2  ties
From Start of the Season-Away

38

Ottawa Senators Oct 10, 1992 - Apr 3, 1993
Non Shutout Streaks
 
Longest Non Shutout Streak

264

Calgary Flames, Nov 12, 1981 - Jan 9, 1995
Longest Non Shutout Streak including Playoffs

264

Los Angeles Kings, Mar 15, 1986 - Apr 6, 1989, (5 playoff games in 1987, 5 in 1988, 2 in 1989)
Shutouts
 
Most Shutouts, Season

22

Montreal Canadiens 1928-29, 44 games, all by George Hainsworth
Most consecutive games shutouts, one season

6

Ottawa Senators, Jan. 31 - Feb. 18, 1928.
Most consecutive games shutouts to start season

5

Toronto Maple Leafs, Nov. 13 - 22, 1930.
Most games shutout, one season

20

Chicago Blackhawks, 1928-29. 44GP.
Most consecutive games shut out

8

Chicago Blackhawks, Feb. 7 - 28, 1929.
Most consecutive games shutout to start season

3

Montreal Maroons, Nov. 11 - 18, 1930.
Penalties
 
Most PIM, Season

2713

Buffalo Sabres, 1981-82, 80  games
Most penalties, both teams, one game

85 Penalties

Edmonton Oilers (44), LA Kings (41),  at Los Angeles, Feb. 28, 1990. Edmonton received 26 minors, 7 majors,  6 10-minute misconducts, 4 game misconducts and 1 match penalty; Los Angeles received 26 minors, 9 majors, 3 10-minute misconducts and 3 game misconducts.
Most penalty minutes, both teams, one game

406 minutes

Minnesota North Stars, Boston Bruins, at Boston, Feb. 26, 1981. Minnesota received 18 minors, 13 majors, 4 10-minutes misconducts and 7 game misconducts; a total of 211 PIM. Boston received 20 minors, 13 majors, 3 10-minute misconducts and 6 game misconducts; a total of 195 PIM.
Most penalties, one team, one game

44

Edmonton Oilers, Feb. 28, 1990, at Los Angeles. Edmonton received 26 minors, 7 majors, 6 10-minute misconducts, 4 game misconducts and 1 match penalty
Most penality minutes, one team, one game

211

Minnesota North Stars, Feb. 26, 1981, at Boston. Minnesota received 18 minors, 13 majors, 4 10-minute misconducts and 7 game misconducts.
Most penalties, both teams, one period

67

Minnesota North Stars, Boston Bruins at Boston, Feb. 26, 1981, 1st period, Minnesota received 15 minors, 8 majors, 4 10-minute misconducts and 7 game misconducts, a total of 34 penalties. Boston 16 minors, 8 majors, 3 10-minute misconducts and 6 game misconducts, a total of 33 penalties.
Most penalty minutes, both teams, one period

372

Los Angles Kings, Philadelphia Flyers at Philadelphia, Mar. 11, 1979, 1st period. Philadelphia recieved 4 minors, 8 majors, 6 10-minute misconducts and 8 game misconducts for 188 minutes. Los Angeles received 2 minors, 8 majors, 6 10-minute misconducts and 8 game misconducts for 184 minutes.
Most penalties, one team, one period

34

Minnesota North Stars, Feb. 26, 1981, at Boston, 1st period. 15 minors, 8 majors, 4 10-minute misconducts, 7 game misconducts.
Most penalty minutes, one team, one period

190

Calgary Flames Dec 8, 2001 at Calgary vs Anahiem third period. Flames recieved 19 minors, 10 majors, 8 10 minute misconducts, and 4 game miscomducts
Team Goals
 
Most Goals, One Game, One Team

16

Montreal Canadiens, Mar 3, 1920,  Mont 16, Quebec Bulldogs 3
Most Goals, Game, Both Teams

21

Montreal Canadiens 14, Toronto St Patricks 7, Jan 10,  1920
Edmonton Oilers 12, Chicago Blawkhawks 9, at Chicago, Dec 11, 1985
Most Goals, One Team,  One Period

9

Buffalo Sabres, Mar 19, 1981
Most Goals, Both Teams,  One Period

12

Buffalo Sabres 9, Toronto Maple Leafs 3, Mar 19, 1981
Edmonton Oilers 6, Chicago Blackhawks 6, Dec 11, 1985
Most Consecutive Goals, One Team, One Game

15

Detroit Red Wings Jan 23, 1944
Power Play Goals One Season

119

Pittsburgh Penquins, 1988-89, 80 GP
Short Handed Goals One Season

36

Edmonton Oilers, 1983-84, 80 GP
Highest Goals Per Game Average One Season

5.58

 Edmonton Oilers, 1983-84. 446g in 80GP
Lowest Goals Per Game Average One Season

0.75

Chicago Blackhawks, 1928-29. 33g in 44GP
Most 50 or more goal scorers, one season

3

Edmonton Oilers, 1983-84, Wayne Gretzky, 87; Glenn Anderson, 54; Jari Kurri, 52. 80GP
Edmonton Oilers, 1985-86, Jari Kurri, 68; Glenn Anderson, 54; Wayne Gretzky, 52. 80GP
Most 40-or-more goal scorers, one season

4

Edmonton Oilers, 1982-83. Wayne Gretzky, 71; Glenn Anderson, 48; Mark Messier, 48; Jari Kurri, 45. 80GP
Edmonton Oilers, 1983-84. Wayne Gretzky, 87; Glenn Anderson, 54; Jari Kurri, 52; Paul Coffey, 40. 80GP
Edmonton Oilers, 1984-85. Wayne Gretzky, 73; Jari Kurri, 71; Mike Krushelnyski, 43; Glenn Anderson, 42. 42GP
Edmonton Oilers, 1985-86. Jari Kurri, 68; Glenn Anderson, 54; Wayne Gretzky, 52; Paul Coffey, 48. 80GP
Calgary Flames, 1987-88. Joe Nieuwendyk, 51; Hakan Loob, 50; Mike Bullard, 48; Joe Mullen, 40. 80GP
Most 30-or-more goal scorers, one season

6

Buffalo Sabres, 1974-75. Rick Martin, 52; Rene Robert, 40; Gibert Perreault, 39; Don Luce, 33; Rick Dudley, Danny Gare, 31 each. 80GP
NY Islanders, 1977-78. Mike Bossy, 53; Byran Trottier, 46; Clark Gillies, 35; Denis Potvin, Bob Nystorm, Bob Bourne, 30 each. 80GP
Winnepeg Jets, 1984-85. Dale Hawerchuk, 53; Paul MacLean, 41; Laurie Boschman, 32; Brian Mullen, 32: Doug Smail, 31; Thomas Steen, 30. 80GP
Most 20-or-more goal scorers, one season

11

Boston Bruins, 1977-78, Peter McNab, 41; Terry O'Reilly, 29: Bobby Schmautz, Stan Jonathan, 27 each; Jean Ratelle, Rick Middleton, 25 each; Wayne Cashman, 24; Gregg Sheppard, 23; Brad Park, 22; Don Marcotte, Bob Miller, 20 each. 80GP
Most 100 or-more-point scorers, one season

4

Boston Bruins, 1970-71, Phil Esposito, 76G-76A-152PTS; Bobby Orr, 37G-102A-139PTS; John Bucyk, 51G-65A-116PTS; Ken Hodge, 43G-62A-105PTS. 78GP
Edmonton Oilers, 1982-83, Wayne Gretzky, 71G-125A-196PTS; Mark Messier, 48G-58A-106PTS; Glenn Anderson, 48G-56A-104PTS; Jari Kurri, 45G-59A-104PTS. 80GP
Edmonton Oilers, 1983-84, Wayne Gretzky, 87G-118A-205PTS; Paul Coffey, 40G-86A-126PTS; Jari Kurri, 52G-61A-113PTS; Mark Messier, 37G-64A-101PTS. 80GP
Edmonton Oilers, 1985-86, Wayne Gretzky, 52G-163A-215PTS; Paul Coffey, 48G-90A-138PTS; Jari Kurri, 68G-63A-131PTS; Glenn Anderson, 54G-48A-102PTS. 80GP
Pittsburgh Penguins, 1992-93, Mario Lemieux, 69G-91A-160PTS; Kevin Stevens, 55G-56A-111PTS; Rick Tocchet, 48G-61A-109PTS; Ron Francis, 24G-76A-100PTS. 84GP
 
Shots on Goal
 
Most shots, both teams, one game

141

NY Americans, Pittsburgh Pirates, Dec. 26, 1925, at New York. NY Americans, who won the game 3-1, had 73 shots, Pittsburgh Pirates, 68 shots.
Most shots, one team, one game

83

Boston Bruins, Mar. 4, 1941, at Boston. Boston defeated Chicago 3-2.
Most shots, one team, one period

33

Boston Bruins, Mar. 4, 1941, at Boston, 2nd period. Boston defeated Chicago 3-2.
Team Assists
 
Most Assists One Season

737

Edmonton Oilers, 1985-86, 80 GP
Fewest Assists One Season

45

New York Rangers, 1926-27, 44 GP
Fewest Assists One Season 70+ Games

206

Chicago Blawkhawks, 1953-54, 70 GP
Team Points
 
Most Scoring Points One Season

1182

Edmonton Oilers, 1983-84. 80GP
Most Points, One Team, One Game

40

Buffalo Sabres, Dec. 21, 1975, at Buffalo.—— Buffalo defeated Washington 14-2, receiving 26A
Most Poiints Both Teams One Game

62

Edmonton Oilers, Chicago Blackhawks, at Chicago, Dec. 11, 1985, Edmonton won 12-9. Edmonton had 24A, Chicago 17.
Most Points One Team, One Period

23

NY Rangers, Nov. 21, 1971, at NY, 3rd period during 12-1 win over California. NY Rangers scored 8G and 15A.
Buffalo Sabres, Dec. 21, 1975, at Buffalo, 3rd period during 14-2 win over Washington. Buffalo scored 8G and 15A.
Buffalo Sabres , Mar. 19, 1991, at Buffalo, 2nd period during 14-4 win over Toronto. Buffalo scored 9G and 14A. 
Most Points Both Teams, One period

35

Edmonton Oilers, Chicago Blackhawks, at Chicago, Dec. 11, 1985, 2nd period, Edmonton had 6G, 12A, Chicago, 6G, 11A. Edmonton won 12-9
Team: Fastest Goals
 
Fastest six goals, both teams

3m

Quebec Nordiques, Washington Capitals, Feb 22, 1981, at Washington. Quebec won 11-7.
Fastest five goals, both teams

1m 24s

Toronto Maple Leafs, Chicago Blackhawks, at Toronto, Oct. 15, 1983, 2nd period. Scorers: Gaston Gingers, Tor. 16:49; Denis Savard, Chi. 17:12; Steve Larmer, Chi. 17:27; Savard, Chi. 17:42; John Anderson, Tor. 18:13.  Toronto won 10-8.
Fastest five goals, one team

2m 7s

Pittsburgh Penguins, at Pittsburgh, Nov. 22, 1972, 3rd period. Scorers: Bryan Hextall, 12:00; Jean Pronovost, 12:18; Al McDonough, 13:40; Ken Schinkel, 12:49; Ron Schock, 14:07. Pittsburgh defeated St Louis 10-4.
Fastest four goals, both teams

53s

Toronto Maple Leafs, Chicago Blackhawks, at Toronto, Oct. 15, 1983, 2nd period. Scorers were: Gaston Gingers, Tor. 16:49; Denis Savard, Chi. 17:12; Steve Larmer, Chi. 17:27; and Denis Savard, Tor. 17:42. Toronto won 10-8.
Fastest four goals, one team

1m 20s

Boston Bruins, at Boston, Jan, 21, 1945, 2nd period. Scorers: Bill Thoms, 6:34; Frank Mario, 7:08 and 7:27; and Ken Smith, 7:54. Boston defeated NY Rangers 14-3
Fastest three goals, both teams

15s

Minnesota North Stars, NY Rangers, at Minnesota, Feb. 10, 1983, 2nd period. Scorers: Mark Pavelich, NYR, 19:18; Ron Greschner, NYR, 19:27; Willi Plett, Min, 19:33. Minnesota won 7-5
Fastest three goals, one team

20s

Boston Bruins, at Boston, Feb. 25, 1971 3rd period. John Bucyk scored at 4:50, Ed Westfall at 5:02 and Ted Green at 5:10. Boston defeated Vancouver 8-3
Fastest three goals from start of period, both teams

1m 5s

Hartford Whalers, Montreal Canadiens, at Montreal, Mar. 11, 1989, 2nd period. Scorers: Kevin Dineen, Hart, 0:11; Guy Carbonneau, Mont, 0:36; Petr Svoboda, Mon, 1:05. Montreal won 5-3.
Fastest three goals from start of period, one team

53s

Calgary Flames, at Calgary, Feb. 10, 1993, 3rd period, Scorers:Barry Suter at 0:17; Chris Lindbergh, 0:40; Ron Stern, 0:53. Calgary defeated San Jose 13-7
Fastest two goals, both teams

2s

St Louis Blues, Boston Bruins, at Boston, Dec. 19, 1987, 3rd period. Scorers: Ken Linseman, Bos, 19:50; Doug Gilmour, St Louis, 19:52. St Louis won 7-5

Fastest two goals, one team

4s

Many Teams
Fastest two goals from start of game, one team

24s

Edmonton Oilers, at LA, Mar. 28, 1982, 1st period. Mark Messier, 0:14 and Dave Lumley, 0:24. Edmonton defeated LA 6-2.
Fastest two goals from start of period, both teams

14s

NY Rangers, Quebec Nordiques, at Querbec, Nov. 5, 1983, 3rd period. Scorers: Andre Savard, Que, 0:08; Pierre Larouche, NYR, 0:14. 4-4 tie.
Fastest two goals from start of period, one team

21s

Chicago Blackhawks, Nov. 5, 1983, at Minnesota, 2nd period. Scorers: Ken Yaremchuk, 0:12 and Darryl Sutter, 0:21. Minnesota defeated Chicago 10-5