List of Detroit Red Wings records

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Nicklas Lidstrom
Nicklas Lidstrom holds numerous franchise records including most postseason games played, most postseason assists, and most postseason power play goals.

The Detroit Red Wings are a professional ice hockey team based in Detroit, Michigan. They are members of the Atlantic Division in the Eastern Conference of the National Hockey League (NHL) and are one of the Original Six teams of the League.[1][2]

Key[edit]

Key of colors, symbols, and abbreviations
Color/symbol/abbreviation Explanation
Hash-tag NHL record, career for franchise
dagger Tied for NHL record
double-dagger NHL record
Ref References

Career and single season records[edit]

Individual[edit]

Individual records
Record Regular season Postseason
Career Season Career Season
Games played 1,687NHL record, career for franchise
Gordie Howe[3][4]
84
Nicklas Lidstrom (1992–93)
Steve Yzerman (1992–93)
Nicklas Lidstrom (1993–94)[5]
263NHL record, career for franchise
Nicklas Lidstrom[6][7]
23
27 times[a][8][9]
Games played, goaltender 734
Terry Sawchuk[10]
72
Tim Cheveldae (1991–92)[11]
110
Chris Osgood[12]
23
Dominik Hasek (2002)
Chris Osgood (2009)[9]
Goals scored 786NHL record, career for franchise
Gordie Howe[3][4]
65
Steve Yzerman (1988–89)[5]
70
Steve Yzerman[6]
13
Johan Franzen (2008)
Henrik Zetterberg (2008)[8]
Goals scored, defenseman 264
Nicklas Lidstrom[13]
27
Reed Larson (1980–81)[14]
54
Nicklas Lidstrom[15]
6
Paul Coffey (1995)
Nicklas Lidstrom (1998)[16]
Goals scored, goaltender 1
Chris Osgood[10]
1Tied for NHL record
Chris Osgood (1995–96)[11]
[b]

Assists 1,063
Steve Yzerman[3]
90
Steve Yzerman (1988–89)[5]
129
Nicklas Lidstrom[6]
18
Sergei Fedorov (1996)
Steve Yzerman (1998)[8]
Assists, defenseman 878
Nicklas Lidstrom[13]
64
Nicklas Lidstrom (2005–06)[14]
129NHL record, career for franchise
Nicklas Lidstrom[15][17]
15
Niklas Kronwall (2008)[16]
Assists, goaltender 15
Tim Cheveldae
Chris Osgood
Greg Stefan[10][18]
5
Tim Cheveldae (1990–91)[11]
4
Chris Osgood[12]
2
Tim Cheveldae (1993)
Chris Osgood (2009)[9]
Points 1,809NHL record, career for franchise
Gordie Howe[3][4]
155
Steve Yzerman (1988–89)[5]
185
Steve Yzerman[6]
27
Henrik Zetterberg (2008)[8]
Points, defenseman 1,142
Nicklas Lidstrom[13]
80
Nicklas Lidstrom (2005–06)[14]
183NHL record, career for franchise
Nicklas Lidstrom[15][17]
19
Nicklas Lidstrom (1998)[16]
Points, goaltender 16
Chris Osgood[10]
5
Tim Cheveldae (1990–91)[11]
4
Chris Osgood[12]
2
Tim Cheveldae (1993)
Chris Osgood (2009)[9]
Penalties in minutes 2,090
Bob Probert[3]
398
Bob Probert (1987–88)[5]
218
Gordie Howe[6]
71
Joe Kocur (1987)[8]
Highest plus-minus +450
Nicklas Lidstrom[3]
+60
Vladimir Konstantinov (1995–96)[5]
+61NHL record
Nicklas Lidstrom[6]
+17
Daniel Cleary (2009)[8]
Lowest plus-minus -150
Lynn Libett[3]
-54
Randy Ladouceur (1985–86)[5]
-15
Dino Ciccarelli[6]
-7
Steve Yzerman (1989)[8]
Powerplay goals 202
Steve Yzerman[3]
21
Mickey Redmond (1973–74)
Dino Ciccarelli (1992–93)[5]
30
Nicklas Lidstrom[6]
6
Andy Bathgate (1966)
Dino Ciccarelli (1995)
Dino Ciccarelli (1996)
Johan Franzen (2008)[8]
Powerplay goals, defenseman 132
Nicklas Lidstrom[13]
11
Reed Larson (1985–86)
Mathieu Schneider (2005–06)[14]
30NHL record
Nicklas Lidstrom[15]
4
Nicklas Lidstrom (2007)[16]
Powerplay points 590
Nicklas Lidstrom[3]
50
Nicklas Lidstrom (2005–06)[5]
111NHL record
Nicklas Lidstrom[6]
12
Paul Coffey (1995)
Nicklas Lidstrom (2007)[8]
Powerplay points, defenseman 590NHL record
Nicklas Lidstrom[13]
50
Nicklas Lidstrom (2005–06)[14]
111NHL record
Nicklas Lidstrom[15]
12
Paul Coffey (1995)
Nicklas Lidstrom (2007)[16]
Short-handed goals 50
Steve Yzerman[3]
10
Marcel Dionne (1974–75)[5]
5
Sergei Fedorov
Kirk Maltby[6]
2
Sergei Fedorov (1992)
Paul Coffey (1996)
Larry Murphy (1998)
Brett Hull (2002)
Kirk Maltby (2002)
Daniel Cleary (2007)
Johan Franzen (2008)
Henrik Zetterberg (2008)[8]
Short-handed points 81
Steve Yzerman[3]
11
Steve Yzerman (1989–90)
Sergei Fedorov(1993–94)[5]
11
Sergei Fedorov
Steve Yzerman[6]
5
Henrik Zetterberg (2008)[8]
Game-winning goals 94NHL record, career for franchise
Steve Yzerman[3][4]
11
Sergei Fedorov (1995–96)
Sergei Fedorov (2002–03)[5]
12
Steve Yzerman
Vyacheslav Kozlov
Johan Franzen[6]
5
Johan Franzen (2008)[8]
Shots on goal 4,602
Steve Yzerman[3]
388
Steve Yzerman (1988–89)[5]
656NHL record, career for franchise
Nicklas Lidstrom[6][7]
116NHL record
Henrik Zetterberg (2008)[8]
Wins 351
Terry Sawchuk[10]
44
Terry Sawchuk (1950–51)
Terry Sawchuk (1951–52)[11]
67
Chris Osgood[12]
16Tied for NHL record
Mike Vernon (1997)
Chris Osgood (1998)
Dominik Hasek (2002)[9]
Losses 243
Terry Sawchuk[10]
36
Terry Sawchuk (1958–59)[11]
37
Terry Sawchuk
Chris Osgood[12]
8
Dominik Hasek (2007)
Chris Osgood (2009)[9]
Shutouts 85
Terry Sawchuk[10]
12
Terry Sawchuk (1951–52)
Terry Sawchuk (1953–54)
Terry Sawchuk (1954–55)
Glenn Hall (1955–56)[11]
14
Chris Osgood[12]
6
Dominik Hasek (2002)[9]
Minutes played 43,636:00
Terry Sawchuk[10]
4,235:44
Tim Cheveldae (1991–92)[11]
6,554:38
Chris Osgood[12]
1,454:42
Dominik Hasek (2002)[9]
Goals against average 1.52[c]
Wilf Cude[10]
1.37[c]
Dolly Dolson (1928–29)[19]
1.32[d]
Normie Smith[12]
0.63[d]
Terry Sawchuk (1952)[9]
Save percentage .920[c]
Petr Mrazek[10]
.925[c]
Manny Legace (2002–03)[11]
.931[d]
Curtis Joseph[12]
.943[d]
Glen Hanlon (1987)[9]
Shots against 14,145
Chris Osgood[10]
1,978
Tim Cheveldae (1991–92)[11]
2,700
Chris Osgood[12]
637
Chris Osgood (2009)[9]
Goals against 1,774
Terry Sawchuk[10]
226
Tim Cheveldae (1991–92)[11]
221
Chris Osgood[12]
48
Chris Osgood (1998)[9]
Saves 12,801
Chris Osgood[10]
1,752
Tim Cheveldae (1991–92)[11]
2,479
Chris Osgood[12]
590
Chris Osgood (2009)[9]
Games coached 964
Jack Adams[20]
84Tied for NHL record
Bryan Murray (1992–93)
Scotty Bowman (1993–94)[21]
134
Scotty Bowman[20]
23
Scotty Bowman (2002)[22]
Mike Babcock (2009)[23]
Wins, coach 458
Mike Babcock[20]
62NHL record
Scotty Bowman (1995–96)[21]
86
Scotty Bowman[20]
16Tied for NHL record
Scotty Bowman (1997)
Scotty Bowman (1998)
Scotty Bowman (2002)[22]
Mike Babcock (2008)[23]

Team[edit]

Team records
Record Regular season Postseason
Most Least Most Least
Games played 84
1992–93
1993–94
44
1926–27
1927–28
1928–29
1929–30
1930–31
23
2002
2009
2
1929
1932
Wins 62NHL record
1995–96
12
1926–27
1937–38
16
1997
1998
2002
2008
0
1929
1932
1958
1970
1985
2003
Losses 57
1985–86
11
1994–95
9
1996
0
1952
Ties 18
1952–53
1980–81
1996–97
4
1926–27
1941–42
1966–67
1994–95
1
1932
0
1929
1933
Points 131
1995–96
28
1926–27
Goals for 369
1992–93
72
1928–29
76
2009
1
1932
Goals against 415
1985–86
63
1928–29
57
1988
3
1932
Penalties in minutes 2,393
1985–86
240
1938–39
-
-
-
-
Powerplay goals 113
1992–93
-
-
23
2009
-
-
Powerplay goals allowed 111
1985–86
-
-
20
1988
-
-
Shorthanded goals 22
1993–94
-
-
7
2002
-
-
Shorthanded goals allowed 15
1984–85
-
-
4
1989
-
-
Shutouts 13
1953–54
0
1980–81
1981–82
1984–85
6
2002
-
-
Home wins 36
1995–96
5
1926–27
11
2009
0
1929
1932
1958
1970
1985
2003
Road wins 31
2005–06
3
1980–81)
1931–32
8
1998
2002
0
1929
1932
1958
1970
1985
2003

Single game records[edit]

Individual[edit]

Individual regular season single game records
Record Player Total Date and opponent Ref
Goals Syd Howe 6 February 3, 1944 vs. New York Rangers [24]
Assists Billy TaylorTied for NHL record 7Tied for NHL record March 16, 1947 at Chicago Black Hawks [24][25]
Assists, one period Joe Carveth 4 January 23, 1944 vs. New York Rangers [24]
Points Carl Liscombe
Don Grosso
Billy Taylor
7 November 5, 1942 vs. New York Rangers
February 3, 1944 vs. New York Rangers
March 16, 1947 at Chicago Black Hawks
[24]
Points, one period Joe Carveth
Mickey Redmond
John Ogrodnick
Steve Yzerman
Sergei Fedorov
Doug Brown
Henrik Zetterberg
4 January 23, 1944 vs. New York Rangers
October 21, 1973 vs. California Golden Seals
December 4, 1984 vs. Toronto Maple Leafs
November 17, 1990 at Toronto Maple Leafs
January 21, 1992 vs. Philadelphia
December 19, 1997 vs. New Jersey Devils
November 14, 2009 vs. Anaheim Ducks
[24]
Power play goals Ted Lindsay
Jimmy Carson
Tomas Holmstrom
Henrik Zetterberg
3 March 20, 1955 vs. Montreal Canadiens
December 27, 1989 vs. Toronto Maple Leafs
February 24, 2007 at Nashville Predators
February 17, 2007 at Phoenix Coyotes
[24]
Power play goals, one period Jimmy Carson 3 December 27, 1989 at Toronto Maple Leafs [24]
Shorthanded goals Shawn Burr
Steve Yzerman
Steve Yzerman
Kirk Maltby
Darren Helm
2 January 9, 1990 vs. Minnesota North Stars
April 14, 1992 at Minnesota North Stars
April 8, 1993 at Tampa Bay Lightning
October 10, 2002 at San Jose Sharks
December 31, 2009 vs. Colorado Avalanche
[24]
Shorthanded goals, one period Shawn Burr 2 January 9, 1990 vs. Minnesota North Stars [24]
Penalty minutes Joe Kocur 42 November 2, 1985 vs. St. Louis Blues [24]
Penalty minutes, one period Joe Kocur 37 November 2, 1985 vs. St. Louis Blues [24]
Individual postseason single game records
Record Player Total Date and opponent Ref
Goals Carl Liscombe
Ted Lindsay
Johan Franzen
4 April 3, 1945 vs. Boston Bruins
April 5, 1955 vs. Montreal Canadiens
May 6, 2010 vs. San Jose Sharks
[26]
Goals, one period Ted Lindsay
Johan Franzen
3 April 5, 1955 vs. Montreal Canadiens
May 6, 2010 vs. San Jose Sharks
[26]
Assists Dutch Reibel
Sergei Fedorov
Sergei Fedorov
Chris Chelios
Nicklas Lidstrom
Todd Bertuzzi
4 April 5, 1955 vs. Montreal Canadiens
April 23, 1996 vs. Winnipeg Jets
May 23, 1996 vs. Colorado Avalanche
April 27, 2002 at Vancouver Canucks
April 21, 2007 vs. Calgary
May 6, 2010 vs. San Jose Sharks
[26]
Assists, one period Alex Delvecchio
Vyacheslav Kozlov
Chris Chelios
Mikael Samuelsson
3 April 14, 1966 vs. Chicago Black Hawks
May 21, 1995 vs. San Jose Sharks
April 27, 2002 at Vancouver Canucks
May 22, 2007 at Anaheim Ducks
[26]
Points Johan Franzen 6 May 6, 2010 vs. San Jose Sharks [26]
Points, one period Johan Franzen 4 May 6, 2010 vs. San Jose Sharks [26]
Power play goals Syd Howe
Dino Ciccarelli
Dino Ciccarelli
3 March 23, 1939 vs. Montreal Canadiens
April 29, 1993 at Toronto Maple Leafs
May 11, 1995 at Dallas Stars
[26]
Power play goals, one period Syd Howe 2 March 23, 1939 vs. Montreal Canadiens [26]

Team[edit]

Team regular season single game records
Record Total Date and opponent Ref
Goals for 15 January 23, 1944 vs. New York Rangers [27]
Goals against 13 January 2, 1971 at Toronto Maple Leafs [27]
Points 37 January 23, 1944 vs. New York Rangers [27]
Goals, one period 8 January 23, 1944 vs. New York Rangers [27]
Points, one period 22 January 23, 1944 vs. New York Rangers [27]
Consecutive goals scored 15NHL record January 23, 1944 vs. New York Rangers [28]
Largest margin of victory 15NHL record January 23, 1944 vs. New York Rangers [29]
Fastest two goals 0:05 November 24, 2007 at Columbus Blue Jackets (Pavel Datsyuk, Tomas Holmstrom)
March 20, 2010 at Vancouver Canucks (Todd Bertuzzi, Pavel Datsyuk)
[27]
Fastest three goals 0:28 Nov. 15, 1944 vs. Toronto (Hal Jackson, Steve Wochy, Don Grosso) [27]
Fastest four goals 1:55 Dec. 28, 1999 at Buffalo (Igor Larionov, Nicklas Lidstrom, Aaron Ward, Pat Verbeek) [27]
Fastest five goals 4:54 Nov. 25, 1987 vs. Winnipeg (Gerard Gallant, Adam Oates, Mel Bridgman, Jeff Sharples, Brent Ashton) [27]
Power play goals 6 Nov. 5, 1942; Detroit 12, N.Y. Rangers 5 [27]
Power play goals, one period 4 Nov. 5, 1942; Detroit 12, N.Y. Rangers 5 [27]
Power play goals against 6 January 4, 2007, at San Jose Sharks [27]
Shorthanded goals 3 Jan. 9, 1990 (Shawn Burr 2, Steve Yzerman), Detroit 9, Minnesota 0
Apr. 14, 1992 (Steve Yzerman 2, Sergei Fedorov), Detroit 7, Minnesota 4
Feb.11, 1994 (Sergei Fedorov, Vyacheslav Kozlov, Steve Yzerman), Detroit 6, Philadelphia 3
Mar. 22, 1996 (Steve Yzerman, Keith Primeau, Viacheslav Fetisov), Detroit 7, Colorado 0
[27]
Team postseason single game records
Record Total Date and opponent Ref
Goals for 9 April 7, 1936 vs. Toronto Maple Leafs
March 29, 1947 vs. Toronto Maple Leafs
[30]
Goals against 9 April 14, 1942 vs. Toronto Maple Leafs
April 10, 1985 vs. Chicago Black Hawks
[30]
Goals for, one period 6 March 29, 1947 vs. Toronto Maple Leafs, 3rd period [30]
Fastest two goals 0:05NHL record April 11, 1965 vs. Chicago Black Hawks (Norm Ullman, Norm Ullman) [30]
Fastest three goals 1:30 March 29, 1947 vs. Toronto Maple Leafs (Jim Conacher, Roy Conacher, Ed Bruneteau) [30]
Fastest four goals 4:46 March 23, 1939 vs. Montreal Canadiens (Syd Howe, Syd Howe, Sid Abel, Eddie Wares) [30]
Power play goals 4 six times [30]
Power play goals, one period 3 five times [30]
Power play goals against 4 March 28, 1963 vs. Chicago Black Hawks [30]
Shorthanded goals 2 five times [30]
Penalties 33Tied for NHL record April 12, 1991, vs. St. Louis Blues [30]
Penalty minutes 152NHL record April 12, 1991, vs. St. Louis Blues [30]

Streaks[edit]

Team streaks records
Record Total Date(s) Ref
Longest postseason appearance streak 25 seasons 1990-91 to 2015-16[e] [30]
Longest postseason appearance drought 7 seasons 1970-71 through 1976-77 [30]
Longest winning streak 9 games Seven times[e] [31]
Longest home winning streak 23 gamesNHL record November 5, 2011 to February 19, 2012 [31]
Longest road winning streak 12 gamesNHL record March 1, 2006 to April 15, 2006 [31]
Longest losing streak 14 games February 24, 1982 to March 25, 1982 [31]
Longest home losing streak 8 games October 21, 2013 to November 19, 2013 [31]
Longest road losing streak 14 games October 19, 1966 to December 21, 1966 [31]
Longest undefeated streak 15 games
(8 wins, 7 ties)
November 27, 1952 to December 28, 1952 [31]
Longest home undefeated streak 23 games
(23 wins)
November 5, 2011 to February 19, 2012 [31]
Longest road undefeated streak 15 games
(10 wins, 5 ties)
October 18, 1951 to December 20, 1951 [31]
Longest winless streak 19 games
(18 losses, 1 tie)
February 26, 1977 to April 3, 1977 [31]
Longest home winless streak 10 games
(9 losses, 1 tie)
December 11, 1985 to January 18, 1986 [31]
Longest road winless streak 26 games
(23 losses, 3 ties)
December 15, 1976 to April 3, 1977 [31]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

References[edit]

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