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Season records

 

Most Points in 70 or More Games: 132, by the 1976-77 Montreal Canadiens

Most Points in 44-60 Games: 83, by the 1943-44 Montreal Canadiens

Most Points in 36 or Fewer Games: 52, by the 1925-26 Ottawa Senators

 

Fewest Points in 70 or More Games: 21, by the 1974-75 Washington Capitals

Fewest Points in 44-60 Games: 12, by the 1930-31 Philadelphia Quakers

Fewest Points in 36 or Fewer Games: 8, by the 1919-20 Quebec Bulldogs

 

Most Wins in 70 or More Games: 62, by the 1995-96 Detroit Red Wings

Most Wins in 44-60 Games: 38, by the 1943-44 Montreal Canadiens and 1944-45 Montreal Canadiens

Most Wins in 36 or Fewer Games: 24, by the 1925-26 Ottawa Senators

 

Fewest Wins in 70 or More Games: 8, by the 1974-75 Washington Capitals

Fewest Wins in 44-60 Games: 4, by the 1930-31 Philadelphia Quakers

Fewest Wins in 36 or Fewer Games: 4, by the 1919-20 Quebec Bulldogs

 

Most Ties in 70 or More Games: 24, by the 1969-70 Philadelphia Flyers

Most Ties in 44-60 Games: 15, by the 1928-29 Montreal Canadiens and 1942-43 Chicago Blackhawks

Most Ties in 36 or Fewer Games: 5, by 1925-26 Montreal Maroons

 

Fewest Ties in 70 or More Games: 2, by the 1992-93 San Jose Sharks

Fewest Ties in 44-60 Games: 1, by the 1929-30 Boston Bruins

 

Most Shootout Wins: 15, by the 2007-08 Edmonton Oilers

Most Shootout Losses: 13, by the 2013-14 New Jersey Devils

 

Most Losses in 70 or More Games: 71, by the 1992-93 San Jose Sharks

Most Losses in 44-60 Games: 39, by 1943-44 New York Rangers

Most Losses in 36 or Fewer Games: 24, by the 1924-25 Boston Bruins

 

Fewest Losses in 70 or More Games: 8, by the 1976-77 Montreal Canadiens

Fewest Losses in 44-60 Games: 5, by the 1943-44 Montreal Canadiens

Fewest Losses in 36 or Fewer Games: 5 by the 1919-20 Ottawa Senators

 

Most Goals in 70 or More Games: 446, by the 1983-84 Edmonton Oilers

Most Goals in 44-60 Games: 234, by the 1943-44 Montreal Canadiens

Most Goals in 36 or Fewer Games: 129, by the 1919-20 Montreal Canadiens

 

Fewest Goals in 70 or More Games: 133, by the 1953-54 Chicago Blackhawks

Fewest Goals in 44-60 Games: 33, by the 1928-29 Chicago BlackHawks

Fewest Goals in 36 or Fewer Games: 45, by the 1924-25 Montreal Canadiens

 

Most Goals Against in 70 or More Games: 446, by the 1974-75 Washington Capitals

Most Goals Against in 44-60 Games: 310, by the 1943-44 New York Rangers

Most Goals Against in 36 or Fewer Games: 177, by the 1919-20 Quebec Bulldogs

 

Fewest Goals Against in 70 or More Games: 131, by the 1953-54 Toronto Maple Leafs and 1955-56 Montreal Canadiens

Fewest Goals Against in 44-60 Games: 43 by the 1928-29 Montreal Canadiens

Fewest Goals Against in 36 or Fewer Games: 42, by the 1925-26 Ottawa Senators

 

Greatest Goal Differential: +216, by the 1976-77 Montreal Canadiens

Lowest Goal Differential: -265, by the 1974-75 Washington Capitals

 

Best Power Play Percentage in a Season: 31.88%, by the 1977-78 Montreal Canadiens

Worst Power Play Percentage in a Season: 9.35%, by the 1997-98 Tampa Bay Lightning

 

Best Penalty Kill Percentage in a Season: 89.58%, by the 2011-12 New Jersey Devils

Worst Penalty Kill Percentage in a Season: 67.70%, by the 1979-80 Los Angeles Kings

 

Best Home Record: 36-2-2 by the 1975-76 Philadelphia Flyers

Worst Home Record: 7-28-5 by the 1974-75 Washington Capitals

Best Away Record: 31-7-3 by the 2005-06 Detroit Red Wings

Worst Away Record: 1-41-0, by the 1992-93 Ottawa Senators

 

Most Shutout Wins in a Season: 22 of 44 games played (50.0%), by the 1928-29 Montreal Canadiens

Most Shutout Losses in a Season: 16 of 82 games played (19.5%), by the 2006-07 Columbus Blue Jackets

 

Notes: During the first eight years the NHL existed, teams played between 18 and 36 games in a season. Beginning in 1926, teams played 44-60 games. This would end in 1949 when teams now played 70 or more games. There have been two other instances when teams only played 48 games in a season. Both the 1994-95 season and 2012-13 season were reduced to 48 games due to a lockout. For more information, check the History of the National Hockey League.

 

Ties were only recorded until 2003-04. In 1983, the NHL added a five-minute overtime, and ties would only occur after 65 minutes. Starting in 1999, teams played with only four skaters (unless they were on a two-man advantage, when they would be awarded an extra skater until the next stoppage). Starting in 2015 the NHL began 3-on-3 overtime periods. The NHL credited one point for tie games to the loser in overtime, leading to a system in which teams could potentially earn 3 points between them in a single game, rather than a fixed number of two previously. In 2005, the league eliminated ties meaning that any game which went to overtime would be a three point game. Games that didn't end in overtime would end in a shootout between the two teams. These changes in points awarded therefore make strict comparisons in wins, losses, and ties (after overtime, 1983-99, and in regulation, 1999-present) before and after these dates slightly problematic.

Postseason Records

 

Longest Playoff Game: Detroit Red Wings vs Montreal Maroons on March 24, 1936 (60 minutes of regulation, 116 minutes, 30 seconds of overtime for a total of 176 minutes and 30 seconds. This game had 5 20-minute overtime periods).

Most Playoff Games Played (All Teams): 93 during the 2014 Stanley Cup Playoffs

Most Playoff Games Played (One Team): 26 by 1986-87 Philadelphia Flyers, 2003-04 Calgary Flames, 2013-14 Los Angeles Kings, and 2014-15 Tampa Bay Lightning

Most Home Playoff Games Won (One Season): 12 by 2002-03 New Jersey Devils

Most Away Playoff Games Won (One Season): 10 by 1994-95 New Jersey Devils, 1999-00 New Jersey Devils, 2003-04 Calgary Flames, and 2011-12 Los Angeles Kings

Most Playoff Overtime Games Won (One Season): 10 by 1992-93 Montreal Canadiens

Most Stanley Cup-clinching overtime wins: 4, by the Montreal Canadiens (1944, 1953, 1966, 1977)

Most Stanley Cup-clinching overtime losses: 2, by the Toronto Maple Leafs (1933, 1940), Montreal Canadiens (1951, 1954), Detroit Red Wings (1934, 1966), Boston Bruins (1953, 1977), Philadelphia Flyers (1980, 2010), and New York Rangers (1950, 2014)

Most Consecutive Playoff Games Won: 14 by Pittsburgh Penguins (Streak started on May 9, 1992 with 3 straight wins against the New York Rangers, 4 wins against Boston, 4 against Chicago in the Final, then 3 straight against New Jersey the next year. The streak would end on April 25, 1993 with a 4-1 loss to New Jersey.)[1]

Most Consecutive Playoff Games Won in a Single Season: 11 by 1991-92 Chicago Blackhawks, 1991-92 Pittsburgh Penguins, and 1992-93 Montreal Canadiens

Most Consecutive Playoff Games Lost: 16 by Chicago Blackhawks from April 20, 1975 to April 8, 1980.

 

Postseason Goals Scored

 

Most Playoff Goals Scored in a Series by One Team: 44 by Edmonton Oilers against the Chicago Blackhawks

Most Playoff Goals Scored in a Series by Both teams: 69 (44 by the Edmonton Oilers and 25 by the Chicago Blackhawks)

Most Playoff Goals Scored by One Team in One Game: 13 by the Edmonton Oilers on April 9, 1987

Most Playoff Goals Scored by One Team in One Period: 7 by the Montreal Canadiens on March 30, 1944

Most Playoff Goals Scored by Both Teams in One Game: 18 (Los Angeles Kings had 10 and the Edmonton Oilers 8)

Most Consecutive Playoff Games Played Without a Power Play Goal: 10 games, by the 2013-14 New York Rangers

Most Consecutive Playoff Power Play Chances Without a Goal: 36, by 2013-14 New York Rangers

 

Season Streaks

 

Longest Winning Streak

 

Overall: 17 games, by 1992-93 Pittsburgh Penguins

Home: 23 games, by 2011-12 Detroit Red Wings

Away: 12 games, by 2005-06 Detroit Red Wings and 2014-15 Minnesota Wild

 

Longest Winning Streak to Start the Season

 

Overall: 10 games, by 1993-94 Toronto Maple Leafs and 2006-07 Buffalo Sabres

Home: 11 games, by 1963-64 Chicago Black Hawks

Away: 10 games, by 2006-07 Buffalo Sabres

 

Longest Winning Streak to End the Season

 

Overall: 11 games, by 2005-06 New Jersey Devils

 

Longest Undefeated Streak

 

Overall: 35 games, by 1979-80 Philadelphia Flyers (25 wins, 10 ties)

Home: 34 games, by 1976-77 Montreal Canadiens

Away: 23 games, by 1974-75 Montreal Canadiens

 

Longest Shootout Winning Streak

 

Overall: 11 games, by 2005-06 Dallas Stars

 

Longest Shootout Losing Streak

 

Overall: 18 games, by 2013-14 and 2014-15 New Jersey Devils (March 15, 2013 to October 24, 2014)

 

Longest Points Streak to Start the Season

 

Overall: 24 games, by 2012-13 Chicago Blackhawks [2] (21 wins, 3 shootout losses)

 

Longest Undefeated Streak to End the Season

 

Overall: 18 games, by 1992-93 Pittsburgh Penguins (17 wins, one tie)

 

Longest Losing Streak

 

Overall: 17 games, by 1974-75 Washington Capitals and 1992-1993 San Jose Sharks

Home: 14 games, by 2003-04 Pittsburgh Penguins

Away: 38 games, by 1992-93 Ottawa Senators

 

Longest Winless Streak

 

Overall: 30 games, by 1980-81 Winnipeg Jets (23 losses, 7 ties)

Home: 17 games, by 1995-96 Ottawa Senators and 1999-2000 Atlanta Thrashers

Away: 38 games, by 1992-93 Ottawa Senators

 

Longest Consecutive Attendance Sellout:

 

487 games, by the Colorado Avalanche (1995-2006, includes regular season and playoff games)

 

Notes: An undefeated streak includes wins and ties. A winless streak includes losses in regulation, overtime, shootouts, or ties. After the 2003-04 season, the league eliminated ties meaning any game that wasn't finished in overtime would go to a shootout, so any undefeated streak can only include wins after this time. Overtime and shootout losses count as one point in the standings.

 

Regular Season Miscellaneous

 

Most Penalty Minutes in a Season: 2713, by the 1991-92 Buffalo Sabres

Most Combined Penalty Minutes in a Game: 419 (67 penalties), Ottawa Senators at Philadelphia Flyers on March 5, 2004

Most Consecutive Penalties Killed: 53, by the 1999-2000 Washington Capitals

Most Shorthanded Goals in a Season: 36, by the 1983-84 Edmonton Oilers

Fewest Shorthanded Goals allowed in a Season: 0, by the 2013-14 Nashville Predators

Most Shorthanded Goals in One Penalty: 3, by the 2009-10 Boston Bruins vs the Carolina Hurricanes

Most Combined Goals in a Game: 21, Toronto St. Patricks vs. Montreal Canadiens on January 10, 1920 (Montreal won 14-7);[3] Edmonton Oilers vs. Chicago Blackhawks on December 11, 1985 (Edmonton won 12-9).

Largest Goal Differential: Detroit Red Wings 15, New York Rangers 0 on January 23, 1944.

Most Games Decided in a Shootout: 21, by the 2013-14 Washington Capitals (10 wins, 11 losses)

Most Shootout Goals in a Single Game: 11, Florida Panthers 6, Washington Capitals 5, on December 16, 2014.

Most Rounds in a Shootout: 20, by the Washington Capitals vs the Florida Panthers on December 16, 2014.

Most Points Without Reaching Playoffs: 96, by the 2014-15 Boston Bruins

Most Presidents' Trophies Since Introduction During the 1985-86 season: 6, by the Detroit Red Wings

Fewest Points in an 80 or More Game Season to Win the Presidents' Trophy: 101, by the 1989-90 Boston Bruins

Most Seasons With the Best Regular Season Record: 20, by the Montreal Canadiens

Most Conference Titles During the Regular Season: 9, by the Philadelphia Flyers, Montreal Canadiens, and Detroit Red Wings

Most Division Titles: 25, by the Boston Bruins

Most Consecutive Division Titles: 9 by the Quebec Nordiques/Colorado Avalanche (1 with final season in Quebec, 8 with Colorado)

 

Playoffs Miscellaneous

 

Most Stanley Cups: 23, by the Montreal Canadiens (the Canadiens have won the Stanley Cup 24 times, but their first win came in 1916, before the NHL existed)

Oldest Franchise Without a Stanley Cup: St. Louis Blues 46 seasons since inception in 1967-68 season

Most Consecutive Stanley Cup Wins: 5, by the Montreal Canadiens (1956-1960)

Longest Stanley Cup Drought: 53 seasons by the New York Rangers (1941-1993) (Won Stanley Cup in 1994)

Most Stanley Cup Finals Appearance: 32, by the Montreal Canadiens (The Canadiens went to the final in 1916 but the NHL did not exist back then)

Oldest Franchise(s) to have never reached the Stanley Cup Final: Original Winnipeg Jets/Phoenix/Arizona Coyotes 34 seasons since inception in 1979-80 season

Most Consecutive Stanley Cup Finals Appearances: 10, by the Montreal Canadiens (1951-1960)

Longest Stanley Cup Final Drought: 47 seasons by Toronto Maple Leafs (last won cup in 1967)

Most consecutive victories in the Stanley Cup Final: 10, by the Montreal Canadiens (1976-1978)

Most consecutive defeats in the Stanley Cup Final: 12, by the St.Louis Blues (1968-1970)

Most sweeps in the Stanley Cup Final since the best-of-seven format was introduced in 1939: 6, by the Montreal Canadiens (1944, 1960, 1968, 1969, 1976, 1977)

Longest Playoff Appearance Streak: 29 years, by the Boston Bruins (1968-1996)

Longest Postseason Drought: 10 seasons by the Florida Panthers (2001-2011) (Made to postseason during 2011-12 season)

Most Consecutive Playoff Series Victories: 19, by the 1980-1984 New York Islanders, spanning four consecutive Stanley Cup titles and five playoff seasons. This is a record for all North American professional sports franchises.

Most Consecutive Playoff Series Defeats: 12, by the Winnipeg Jets/Phoenix Coyotes from 1988-2011

Most Comebacks from a 3-1 Playoff Series Deficit: 3, by the Vancouver Canucks

Most Comebacks from a 3-1 Playoff Series Deficit in One Season: 2, by the 2002-03 Minnesota Wild

Most Consecutive seasons in the Stanley Cup Playoffs where a team has rebounded from a 3-1 deficit in a series: 2, by the New York Rangers

Most 3-1 Leads in a Series to Lose the Last Three Games: 5 by the Washington Capitals

Teams to Come Back from a 3-0 Series Deficit: Toronto Maple Leafs (1942 over the Detroit Red Wings), New York Islanders (1975 over the Pittsburgh Penguins), Philadelphia Flyers (2010 over the Boston Bruins), Los Angeles Kings (2014 over the San Jose Sharks)

 

Notes: The 2004-05 season was cancelled due to a lockout. The Phoenix Coyotes changed their name to the Arizona Coyotes prior to the 2014-15 season






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