List of NHL records (individual)

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This is a list of individual records recognized by the National Hockey League through the end of the 2018-19 NHL season.

Seasons[edit]

  • Most seasons: Gordie Howe (1946–47 to 1970–1971; 1979–1980) and Chris Chelios (1983–84 to 2009–10, except for the 2004–05 NHL lock-out), 26
  • Most playoff seasons: Chris Chelios, 24 (1983–84 to 2008–09, except for 1997–98 and the 2004–05 NHL lock-out year)
  • Most consecutive playoff seasons: Larry Robinson, (1972–73 to 1991–92) and Nicklas Lidstrom, (1991–92 to 2011–12, except for the 2004–05 NHL lock-out), 20[1]

Games[edit]

  • Most games: Gordie Howe, 1,767
  • Most games, including playoffs: Mark Messier, 1,992
  • Most playoff games: Chris Chelios, 266
  • Most games played in a single NHL season, not including playoffs: Jimmy Carson (1992–93) and Bob Kudelski (1993–94), 86
  • Most consecutive games: Doug Jarvis (October 8, 1975 – October 10, 1987), 964
  • Most consecutive games by a defenseman: Jay Bouwmeester, 737
  • Oldest player to play a game: Gordie Howe, 52 years, 11 days
  • Most games by a coach in the Stanley Cup Final: Dick Irvin (Chicago (5), Toronto (29), Montreal (43)), 77
  • Most games played in the Finals: Red Kelly (Detroit (37), Toronto (28)), Henri Richard (Montreal), 65
  • Most games won by a coach in the Stanley Cup Finals: Scotty Bowman (Montreal (20), Pittsburgh (4), Detroit (12)), 36
  • Most games coached by the first coach of an NHL expansion franchise: Barry Trotz (Nashville Predators), 1196

Stanley Cup[edit]

  • Most Stanley Cup wins, as a player: Henri Richard Montreal Canadiens, (1956, 57, 58, 59, 60, 65, 66, 68, 69, 71, 73) 11
  • Most Stanley Cup wins, as a non-player: Scotty Bowman (Montreal: 1973, 76, 77, 78, 79 (Coach); Pittsburgh: 1991 (Director of Player Development-Recruitment), 1992 (Head Coach); Detroit: 1997, 98, 2002 (Head Coach), 2008 (Consultant); Chicago: 2010, 13, 15 (Sr. Advisor) 14
  • Most Stanley Cup wins, combined player or non-player: Jean Beliveau, Montreal Canadiens (Player: 1956, 57, 58, 59, 60, 65, 66, 68, 69, 71; Sr. Vice President: 1973, 76, 77, 78, 79, 86, 93), 17

Won the Stanley Cup with the highest number of different teams

  • Player - Jack Marshall (Winnipeg Victorias 1901, Montreal AAA 1902, 1903, Montreal Wanderers 1907, 1910, Toronto Blueshirts 1914) and Hap Holmes (Toronto Blueshirts 1914, Seattle Metropolitans 1917, Toronto Arenas 1918, Victoria Cougars 1925), 4
  • Player/Non-Player - Al Arbour (Player: Detroit 1954, Chicago 1961, Toronto 1962, 1964; Coach: New York Islanders 1980, 81, 82, 83), 4
  • Non-Player - Tommy Gorman (Ottawa Senators: 1920, 1921, 1923 (Manager); Chicago: 1934 (Manager/Coach); Montreal Maroons: 1935 (Manager/Coach); Montreal Canadiens: 1944, 1946 (Manager) and Scotty Bowman (Montreal: 1973, 76, 77, 78, 79 (Coach); Pittsburgh: 1991 (Director of Player Development-Recruitment), 1992 (Head Coach); Detroit: 1997, 98, 2002 (Head Coach), 2008 (Consultant); Chicago: 2010, 13, 15 (Sr. Advisor) 4

NHL Awards[edit]

Goals[edit]

Assists[edit]

  • Most assists regular season career: Wayne Gretzky, 1,963
  • Most assists playoffs career: Wayne Gretzky 260
  • Most assists career, including playoffs: Wayne Gretzky, 2,223
  • Most assists, one season: Wayne Gretzky (1985–86), 163
  • Most assists, one playoff season: Wayne Gretzky (1987–88), 31
  • Most assists, one season, including playoffs: Wayne Gretzky (1985–86), 174
  • Most assists, playoff series: Rick Middleton (seven-game series) (1983), Wayne Gretzky (six-game series) (1985), 14
  • Most assists, one game: Billy Taylor (March 16, 1947) and Wayne Gretzky (February 15, 1980, December 11, 1985, and February 14, 1986), 7
  • Most assists, one home game: Wayne Gretzky (February 15, 1980, and February 14, 1986), 7
  • Most assists, one road game: Billy Taylor (March 16, 1947) and Wayne Gretzky (December 11, 1985), 7
  • Most assists, one playoff game: Mikko Leinonen (April 8, 1982), and Wayne Gretzky (April 9, 1987), 6
  • Most assists, one playoff home game: Mikko Leinonen (April 8, 1982), and Wayne Gretzky (April 9, 1987), 6
  • Most assists, one period: Dale Hawerchuk (March 6, 1984), 5

Points[edit]

  • Most points regular season career: Wayne Gretzky, 2,857
  • Most points playoff career: Wayne Gretzky, 382
  • Most points career, including playoffs: Wayne Gretzky, 3,239
  • Most points, one season: Wayne Gretzky (1985–86), 215
  • Fastest 100 points from the start of a season: Wayne Gretzky (December 27, 1981), 34 games
  • Most points, one season, including playoffs: Wayne Gretzky (1984–85), 255
  • Most points, one playoff season: Wayne Gretzky (1985), 47
  • Most points, one game: Darryl Sittler (February 7, 1976), 10
  • Most points, one home game: Darryl Sittler (February 7, 1976), 10
  • Most points, one road game: Peter Stastny and Anton Stastny, (February 22, 1981), 8
  • Most points, one playoff game: Patrik Sundstrom (April 22, 1988) and Mario Lemieux (April 25, 1989), 8
  • Most points, one playoff home game: Patrik Sundstrom (April 22, 1988) and Mario Lemieux (April 25, 1989), 8
  • Most points, one period: Bryan Trottier (December 23, 1978), 6
  • Most points, one playoff series: Rick Middleton (seven-game series) (1983), 19
  • Most points, team's first postseason: Reilly Smith (2018), 22
  • Most points in the Finals, one series: Wayne Gretzky (1988), 13
  • Most points in the Finals, career: Jean Beliveau, 62

Plus/minus[edit]

Power-play goals[edit]

Shorthanded goals[edit]

Overtime[edit]

Goals/assists/points by position[edit]





  • Most goals by a goaltender regular season career: Martin Brodeur (February 15, 2000 & March 21, 2013), 2
  • Most goals by a goaltender in the playoffs: Ron Hextall (April 11, 1989) and Martin Brodeur (April 17, 1997), 1
  • Most goals by a goaltender career, including playoffs: Martin Brodeur, 3
  • Most assists by a goaltender, one season: Grant Fuhr, (1983-84) 14
  • Most assists by a goaltender, regular season career: Tom Barrasso, 48
  • Most assists by a goaltender playoffs one season Martin Brodeur (2011–12), 4
  • Most assists by a goaltender, playoffs career: Grant Fuhr, 14
  • Most assists by a goaltender, career, including playoffs: Grant Fuhr (46 regular season, 14 playoffs), 60
  • Most assists by a goaltender, one game Jeff Reese (February 10, 1993), 3
  • Most points by a goaltender, one season: Grant Fuhr (1983–84), 14 - all assists
  • Most points by a goaltender regular season career: Tom Barrasso, 48 - all assists
  • Most points by a goaltender career, including playoffs Grant Fuhr (46 regular season, 14 playoffs), 60
  • Most points by a goaltender regular season one game: Jeff Reese (February 10, 1993), 3 - all assists
  • Most points by a goaltender playoffs one season Martin Brodeur (2011–12), 4 - all assists
  • Most points by a goaltender, one period: Jeff Reese (February 10, 1993), 3 - all assists

Records by a rookie[edit]

  • Most goals by a rookie, one season: Teemu Selanne (1992–93), 76
  • Most goals by a player in his first NHL season, one game: Joe Malone (December 19, 1917, January 12, 1918 and February 2, 1918), Howie Meeker (January 8, 1947) and Don Murdoch (October 12, 1976), 5
  • Most goals by a player in his first NHL game: Joe Malone (December 19, 1917), 5
  • Most goals by a rookie in his first NHL game: Auston Matthews (October 12, 2016), 4
  • Most assists by a rookie, one season: Peter Stastny (1980–81) and Joe Juneau (1992–93), 70
  • Most assists by a player in his first NHL season, one game: Wayne Gretzky (February 15, 1980), 7
  • Most assists by a player in his first NHL game: Dutch Reibel (October 8, 1953), 4
  • Most points by a rookie, one season: Teemu Selanne (1992–93), 132
  • Most goals by a rookie, one playoff season: Dino Ciccarelli (1981), 14
  • Most assists by a rookie, one playoff season: Marian Stastny and Ville Leino (2010), 14
  • Most points by a rookie, one playoff season: Dino Ciccarelli (1981), Ville Leino (2010), and Jake Guentzel (2017), 21
  • Most points by a player in his first NHL season, one game: Peter Stastny and Anton Stastny (February 22, 1981), 8
  • Most points by a player in his first NHL game: Al Hill (February 14, 1977), 5
  • Most goals by a rookie defenseman, one season: Brian Leetch (1988–89), 23
  • Most assists by a rookie defenseman, one season: Larry Murphy (1980–81), 60
  • Most points by a rookie defenseman, one season: Larry Murphy (1980–81), 76
  • Longest goal scoring streak in his first NHL Season: Joe Malone (1917–18), 14 games
  • Longest point streak by a rookie, one season: Paul Stastny (February 3, 2007 – March 17, 2007), 20 games
  • Longest point streak by an eighteen-year-old: Nathan MacKinnon (January 10, 2014 – March 6, 2014), 13 games
  • Longest point streak by a rookie defenseman: Shayne Gostisbehere (January 19, 2016 – February 20, 2016), 15 games

Points/goals/assists per game average[edit]

  • Highest goals-per-game average, career (among players with 200-or-more goals): Mike Bossy, .762
  • Highest goals-per-game average including playoffs, career (among players with 200-or-more goals): Mario Lemieux, .749
  • Highest goals-per-game average, one season (among players with 20-or-more goals): Joe Malone (1917–18), 2.20
  • Highest goals-per-game average, one season (among players with 50-or-more goals): Wayne Gretzky (1983–84), 1.18
  • Highest assists-per-game average, career (among players with 300-or-more assists): Wayne Gretzky, 1.320
  • Highest assists-per-game average, one season (among players with 35-or-more assists): Wayne Gretzky (1985–86), 2.04
  • Highest points-per-game average, career (among players with 500-or-more points): Wayne Gretzky, 1.921
  • Highest points-per-game average, one season (among players with 50-or-more-points): Wayne Gretzky (1983–84), 2.77

Milestone goal seasons[edit]

Hat trick or better games[edit]

  • Most three-or-more goal games, career: Wayne Gretzky, 50
  • Most three-or-more goal games, playoffs career: Wayne Gretzky, 8
  • Most three-or-more goal games, one season: Wayne Gretzky (1981–82 and 1983–84), 10
  • Most three-or-more goal games, one playoffs season: Jari Kurri (1985), 4
  • Most three-or-more goal games, one playoff series: Jari Kurri (1985), 3
  • Most four-or-more goal games, one season: Joe Malone (1917–18), 5
  • Most five-or-more goal games, one season: Joe Malone (1917–18), 3

Goal/assist/point streaks[edit]

  • Longest consecutive goal-scoring streak from start of NHL career: Joe Malone (1917–18), 14 games
  • Longest consecutive goal-scoring streak: Punch Broadbent, 16 games (1921–22)
  • Longest consecutive goal-scoring streak, one playoff season: Reggie Leach 10 games (1976)
  • Longest consecutive goal-scoring streak by a defenseman: Mike Green (2008–09), 8 games
  • Longest consecutive assist-scoring streak: Wayne Gretzky (1990–91), 23 games
  • Longest consecutive point-scoring streak: Wayne Gretzky (1983–84), 51 games
  • Longest consecutive point-scoring streak, one playoff season: Bryan Trottier (1981), 18 games
  • Longest consecutive point-scoring streak, multiple playoff seasons: Bryan Trottier (1980, 1981, 1982), 27 games
  • Longest consecutive point-scoring streak from start of season: Wayne Gretzky (1983–84), 51 games
  • Longest consecutive point-scoring streak by a defenseman from start of season: John-Michael Liles (2010–11), 9 games
  • Longest consecutive point-scoring streak by a defenseman: Paul Coffey (1985–86), 28 games
  • Longest consecutive point-scoring streak by a rookie forward: Paul Stastny (2006–07), 20 games
  • Longest consecutive point-scoring streak by a rookie defenseman: Shayne Gostisbehere (2015–16), 15 games

Fastest goals[edit]

Shots[edit]

Hits[edit]

Blocked shots[edit]

Time on Ice[edit]

  • Most time on ice per game by a defenseman, one season: Chris Pronger, 30:36
  • Most time on ice per game by a forward, one season: Pavel Bure, 26:52
  • Most time on ice per game by a defenseman, playoff season: Chris Pronger, 35:52
  • Most time on ice per game by a forward, playoff season: Boyd Devereaux, 32:46
  • Most time on ice by a defenseman, one regular season game: Dennis Wideman (January 18, 2014), 38:05
  • Most time on ice by a forward, one regular season game: Vyacheslav Kozlov (October 10, 2003), 30:00
  • Most time on ice by a defenseman, one playoff game: Sergei Zubov (April 24, 2003), 63:51
  • Most time on ice by a forward, one playoff game: Jaromir Jagr (May 4, 2000), 59:08

Penalty shots[edit]

Penalties[edit]

  • Most penalties, one game: Chris Nilan (March 31, 1991), 10
  • Most penalties, one playoff game: Forbes Kennedy (April 2, 1969), Kim Clackson (April 20, 1980), and Dale Hunter (April 22, 1988), 8
  • Most penalties, one period: Randy Holt (March 11, 1979), 9
  • Most penalty minutes, career: Tiger Williams, 3,966
  • Most penalty minutes, playoffs career: Dale Hunter, 729
  • Most penalty minutes, career, including playoffs: Tiger Williams, 4,421
  • Most penalty minutes, one season: Dave Schultz (1974–75), 472
  • Most penalty minutes, one playoffs season: Chris Nilan (1986), 141
  • Most penalty minutes, one game: Randy Holt (March 11, 1979), 67
  • Most penalty minutes, one playoff game: Billy Coutu (March 7, 1923), Dave Schultz (April 22, 1976), and Deryk Engelland (April 17, 2015), 42
  • Most penalty minutes, one period: Randy Holt (March 11, 1979), 67
  • Most penalty minutes, one playoff period: Billy Coutu (March 7, 1923) and Deryk Engelland (April 17, 2015), 42
  • Most penalty minutes, career, in the Stanley Cup Final: Gordie Howe, 94

Goaltending[edit]

  • Most wins by a goaltender regular season career: Martin Brodeur, 691
  • Most wins by a goaltender playoffs career: Patrick Roy, 151
  • Most wins by a goaltender career, including playoffs: Martin Brodeur 804
  • Best Winning Percentage (minimum 250 played): Ken Dryden .740 in 397 games played
  • Best Winning Percentage (minimum 500 games played): Jacques Plante .610 in 837 games played
  • Most wins by a goaltender, one season: Martin Brodeur (2006–07) and Braden Holtby (2015–16), 48
  • Most wins by a goaltender, career, in the Finals: Jacques Plante, 25
  • Most wins by a goaltender, expansion team season: Marc-Andre Fleury (2017–18 Vegas Golden Knights), 28
  • Most wins by a rookie goaltender, single playoffs season: Jordan Binnington (2018–19 St. Louis Blues season), 16
  • Most ties, career: Terry Sawchuk, 172
  • Most losses by a goaltender regular season career: Martin Brodeur, 397
  • Most losses by a goaltender playoffs career: Patrick Roy, 94
  • Most losses by a goaltender, one season: Gary Smith (1970–71), 48
  • Most losses by a goaltender, one playoff season: Ron Hextall (1987), Miikka Kiprusoff (2004), Henrik Lundqvist (2014), Ben Bishop (2015), 11
  • Most shutouts regular season career: Martin Brodeur 125
  • Most shutouts playoffs career: Martin Brodeur 24
  • Most shutouts by a goaltender, including playoffs, expansion team season: Marc-Andre Fleury (2017–18 Vegas Golden Knights), 9
  • Most shutouts, including playoffs career: Martin Brodeur 149
  • Most shutouts, one regular season: George Hainsworth (1928–29), 22
  • Most shutouts, one playoff season: Martin Brodeur (2002–03), 7
  • Most games appeared in by a goaltender, career regular season: Martin Brodeur, 1,265
  • Most games appeared in by a goaltender, career playoffs: Patrick Roy, 247
  • Most games appeared in by a goaltender career, including playoffs Martin Brodeur, 1,470
  • Most games appeared in by a goaltender career, in the Finals: Jacques Plante (Montreal-38), St. Louis-3), 41
  • Most consecutive complete games by a goaltender: Glenn Hall, 502 (1955–1962)
  • Most games appeared in by a goaltender, one regular season: Grant Fuhr, 79 (1995–96)
  • Most games appeared in by a goaltender, one playoff season Ron Hextall (1986–87), Jonathan Quick (2013–14) and Jordan Binnington (2018–19 St. Louis Blues season), 26
  • Most minutes played by a goaltender, career: Martin Brodeur, 74,380
  • Most minutes played by a goaltender, one season: Martin Brodeur (2006–07), 4,697
  • Least time played by a goaltender, career Jorge Alves Dec 31, 2016, 7.6 sec
  • Longest continuous shutout by a goaltender: Alec Connell (7 games, 2 periods) (1927–28), 461 minutes, 29 seconds
  • Longest continuous shutout by a goaltender at start of NHL career: Matt Hackett (December 6 & 8, 2011), 102 minutes, 48 seconds
  • Longest winning streak by a goaltender, one season: Gilles Gilbert (1975–76), 17 games
  • Longest winning streak to start a season: Carey Price (2016–17), 10 games
  • Longest undefeated streak by a goaltender, one season: Gerry Cheevers (24 wins, 8 ties 1971–72), 32 games
  • Longest undefeated streak by a goaltender in his first NHL season: Grant Fuhr (15 wins, 8 ties 1981–82), 23 games
  • Longest undefeated streak by a goaltender from start of career: Patrick Lalime (14 wins, 2 ties 1996–97), 16 games
  • Most 20-or-more win seasons by a goaltender Patrick Roy, 17
  • Most consecutive 20-or-more win seasons by a goaltender: Henrik Lundqvist (2005–2018), 13
  • Most 30-or-more win seasons by a goaltender: Martin Brodeur and Patrick Roy, 14
  • Most consecutive 30-or-more win seasons by a goaltender: Martin Brodeur (1995–2008), 12
  • Most consecutive 30-or-more win seasons to start a career: Henrik Lundqvist (2005–2012), 7
  • Most 40-or-more win seasons by a goaltender: Martin Brodeur 8
  • Most consecutive 40-or-more win seasons by a goaltender: Martin Brodeur (2005–2008) and Evgeni Nabokov (2007–10), 3
  • Most consecutive wins by a goaltender in his rookie season: Bill Durnan (1943–44), 10
  • Most consecutive wins by a goaltender in his first NHL season: George Hainsworth (1926–27), 11
  • Most losses by a goaltender regular season career: Martin Brodeur, 397
  • Most losses by a goaltender, one season: Gary Smith (1970–71), 48
  • Most home games played by a goaltender, one season: Roberto Luongo (2006–07), 41
  • Most shots faced by a goaltender, in a regular season game: Sam LoPresti (March 4, 1941), 83
  • Most shots faced by a goaltender, in a season: Roberto Luongo (2005–06), 2,488
  • Most shots faced by a goaltender, in a playoff game: Normie Smith (March 24, 1936), 92
  • Most saves by a goaltender career: Martin Brodeur, 28,928
  • Most saves by a goaltender playoffs career: Patrick Roy, 6,561
  • Most saves by a goaltender, including playoffs career: Martin Brodeur, 33,758
  • Most saves by a goaltender, in a regular season game: Sam LoPresti (March 4, 1941), 80
  • Most saves by a goaltender, in a playoff game: Normie Smith (March 24, 1936), 92
  • Most saves by a goaltender, in a playoffs overtime game shutout: Normie Smith (March 24, 1936), 92
  • Most saves by a goaltender, in a regular season shutout: Ben Scrivens (January 29, 2014), 59
  • Most saves by a goaltender, in a season: Roberto Luongo (2003–04), 2,303
  • Most saves by a goaltender, in a playoff run: Tim Thomas (2011), 798
  • Most saves by a goaltender, in a Stanley Cup finals series: Tim Thomas (2011), 238
  • Highest save percentage, in a regular season: Craig Anderson (2013), .941
  • Highest save percentage, playoffs (minimum 10 games): Jonathan Quick (2012), .946
  • Lowest goals-against average in a season (minimum 20 games): George Hainsworth, 0.92
  • Lowest goals-against average playoffs (minimum 10 games): Frank Brimsek, 1.25
  • Highest goals-against average in a season (minimum 20 games): Frank Brophy, 7.11
  • Highest goals-against average playoffs (minimum 10 games): Murray Bannerman, 4.77
  • Most overtime wins: Roberto Luongo, 49
  • Most penalty minutes by a goaltender regular season career: Ron Hextall, 584
  • Most penalty minutes by a goaltender playoffs career: Ron Hextall, 115
  • Most penalty minutes by a goaltender career, including playoffs: Ron Hextall (584 regular season, 115 playoffs), 699
  • Most penalty minutes by a goaltender one season Ron Hextall (1988–89), 113
  • Most penalty minutes by a goaltender one playoff season Ron Hextall (1986–87), 43
  • Youngest goaltender to win 50 regular-season games: Patrick Roy 22 yrs
  • Youngest goaltender to win 100 regular-season games: Patrick Roy 23 yrs
  • Youngest goaltender to win 200 regular-season games: Martin Brodeur 26 yrs., 1 mos
  • Youngest goaltender to win 300 regular-season games: Martin Brodeur 29 yrs., 7 mos.
  • Youngest goaltender to win 400 regular-season games: Martin Brodeur 31 yrs., 10 mos.
  • Youngest goaltender to win 500 regular-season games: Martin Brodeur 35 yrs., 6 mos.
  • Youngest goaltender to win 600 regular-season games: Martin Brodeur 37 yrs., 11 mos.
  • Quickest goaltender to win 400 regular-season games: Henrik Lundqvist 727
  • Most Stanley Cup finals series played by a goaltender: Jacques Plante (Montreal: 8 (1953, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60); St. Louis: 2 (1969, 70)), 10
  • Most Stanley Cup consecutive finals series played by a goaltender: Jacques Plante (Montreal (1953, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60), 8
  • Fewest saves required in a win: Ryan Miller (Anaheim Jan. 25, 2018) 11:40 min; Antti Niemi (Dallas Dec. 12, 2015) 6:43 min; Richard Bachman (Dallas Mar. 29, 2013) 2:32 min; Craig Billington (Colorado Dec. 21, 1998) 1:52 min, (Colorado Dec. 31, 1996) 0:12 sec; Steve Weeks (NY Rangers Mar. 24, 1982) 0:17 sec 0

Shootout[edit]

  • Most shootout goals in one season: Ilya Kovalchuk (2011–12), 11
  • Most game-deciding shootout goals in one season: Ilya Kovalchuk (2011–12), 7
  • Most shootout goals career: Frans Nielsen, 49
  • Most game-deciding shootout goals career: Frans Nielsen, 23
  • Highest shootout percentage (Minimum 15 attempts): Artemi Panarin, 65% (13/20)
  • Most shootout attempts in a season: Radim Vrbata, 18
  • Most shootout attempts career: Zach Parise, 107
  • Most shootout games played by a goaltender in a season: Martin Brodeur (2006–07), 16
  • Most shootout games played by a goaltender career: Roberto Luongo, 110
  • Most shootout wins by a goaltender in a season: Ryan Miller and Martin Brodeur (2006–07), Mathieu Garon (2007–08), and Jonathan Quick (2010–11), 10
  • Most shootout wins by a goaltender career: Henrik Lundqvist, 61
  • Most shootout losses by a goaltender in a season: Tomas Vokoun (2009–10) and Tuukka Rask (2014–15), 9
  • Most shootout losses by a goaltender career: Roberto Luongo, 58
  • Most goals allowed in a shootout by a goaltender career: Roberto Luongo, 133
  • Most saves in a shootout by a goaltender career: Henrik Lundqvist, 290

Age[edit]

  • Oldest Forward: Gordie Howe, April 11, 1980, 52 years, 11 days
  • Oldest Defensemen: Chris Chelios, April 6, 2010, 48 years, 71 days
  • Oldest Goaltender: Maurice Roberts, November 25, 1951, 45 years, 345 days
  • Oldest Player to play his first NHL game: Connie Madigan, February 6, 1973, 38 years, 94 days
  • Oldest Goalie to play his first NHL game: Jorge Alves, December 31, 2016, 37 years, 30 days
  • Youngest Player to play his first NHL game: Bep Guidolin, November 12, 1942, 16 years, 337 days
  • Youngest Goalie to play his first NHL game: Harry Lumley, December 23, 1943, 17 years, 42 days
  • Oldest Goalie to play in Stanley Cup Finals: Lester Patrick, April 7, 1928, 44 years, 90 days
  • Oldest Defensemen to play in the Stanley Cup Finals: Doug Harvey, May 11, 1968, 43 years, 137 days
  • Oldest Forward to play in Stanley Cup Finals: Mark Recchi, June 15, 2011, 43 years, 134 days
  • Youngest Player to play in the Stanley Cup Finals: Gaye Stewart, April 14, 1942, 18 years, 290 days
  • Youngest Player to win the Stanley Cup: Larry Hillman, April 14, 1955 18 years, 68 days (played 2 games in Semi-finals, did not play in the finals)
  • Oldest Player to win the Stanley Cup: Chris Chelios, June 4, 2008, 46 years, 130 days (did not play in 2008 finals, so Doug Harvey keeps record for oldest defenceman to play in finals)
  • Oldest Goalie to win the Stanley Cup: Lester Patrick April 14, 1928, 44 years, 90 days

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Individual All Time Career Records (1918 - 2011)". NHL Enterprises, L.P. Retrieved January 8, 2016.
  2. ^ "Hart Memorial Trophy". NHL Enterprises, L.P. July 15, 2015.
  3. ^ "Ted Lindsay Award". NHL Enterprises, L.P. Retrieved July 15, 2015.
  4. ^ "Conn Smythe Trophy". NHL Enterprises, L.P. Retrieved July 15, 2015.
  5. ^ "James Norris Trophy". NHL Enterprises, L.P. Retrieved July 15, 2015.
  6. ^ "Maurice Richard Trophy". NHL Enterprises, L.P. Retrieved July 15, 2015.
  7. ^ "Art Ross Trophy". NHL Enterprises, L.P. Retrieved July 15, 2015.
  8. ^ "Frank J. Selke Trophy". NHL Enterprises, L.P. Retrieved July 15, 2015.
  9. ^ "Lady Byng Trophy". NHL Enterprises, L.P. Retrieved July 15, 2015.
  10. ^ "William M. Jennings Trophy". NHL Enterprises, L.P. Retrieved July 15, 2015.
  11. ^ "Vezina Trophy". NHL Enterprises, L.P. Retrieved July 15, 2015.
  12. ^ "Jack Adams Award". NHL Enterprises, L.P. Retrieved July 15, 2015.

Sources[edit]

  • NHL Official Guide and Record Book, 2016
  • www.nhl.com