List of Toronto Maple Leafs records

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This is a list of franchise records for the Toronto Maple Leafs of the National Hockey League.

Franchise records[edit]

Franchise single season[edit]

Most points 103 2003–04
Most wins 45 1998–99
1999–2000
2003–04
Most losses 52 1984–85 (80 game season)
Most ties 22 1954–55 (70 game season)
Most overtime losses 13 2008–09
Most goals for 337 1989–90 (80 game season)
Most power play goals for 107 2005–06
Most goals against 387 1983–84 (80 game season)
Fewest points 10
48
1918–19 (18 game season)
1984–85 (80 game season)
Fewest wins 5
20
1918–19 (18 game season)
1981–82, 1984–85 (80 game seasons)
Fewest losses 9
24
1917–18 (22 game season), 1920–21 (24 game season)
2003–04
Fewest ties 0
4
1917–18 (22 game season), 1918–19 (18 game season), 1919–20, 1920–21, 1923–24 (24 game seasons), 1924–25 (30 game season)
1989–90 (80 game season)
Fewest overtime losses 3 1999–2000, 2002–03, 2003–04
Fewest goals for 59
194
1923–24 (24 game season)
1997–98
Fewest goals against 69
176
1928–29 (44 game season)
1967–68 (74 game season)
Most penalty minutes 2419 1989–90 (80 game season)
Fewest penalty minutes 114
634
1921–22 (24 game season)
1967–68 (74 game season)
Most shutouts 13 1953–54 (Harry Lumley 13, Gilles Mayer 0)[1]

Franchise single game[edit]

Most goals total 20 January 8, 1986 (W 11–9 vs. Edmonton Oilers)
Most goals for 14 March 16, 1957 (W 14–1 vs. New York Rangers)
Most goals against 14 March 19, 1981 (L 14–4 vs. Buffalo Sabres)
Biggest margin of victory +13 March 16, 1957 (W 14–1 vs. New York Rangers)
January 2, 1971 (W 13–0 vs. Detroit Red Wings)
Biggest margin of defeat -10 March 19, 1981 (L 14–4 vs. Buffalo Sabres
Most shots for 64 May 3, 1993 (W 2-1 [2OT] vs. St. Louis Blues), 2nd round, Game 1
Least shots for 6 2000 Stanley Cup Playoffs vs New Jersey Devils, 2nd round, game 6
Least shots against 10 January 5, 2002 (W 3-1 vs Ottawa Senators)[2]
October 28, 2014 (W 4-0 vs Buffalo Sabres)
Most power play goals for 7 October 14, 2005 (9-1 at Atlanta Thrashers)
Most penalty minutes 154 November 15, 1986 (33 penalties, W 6–0 vs. Detroit Red Wings)
Most penalty minutes, opponent 160 January 13, 1986 (33 penalties, W 7–4 vs. Detroit Red Wings)
Fastest goal 0:04 December 29, 1989 vs. Quebec Nordiques (3rd period, Ed Olczyk at 5:24, Gary Leeman at 5:28) March 27, 2014 vs. Philadelphia Flyers 2nd period, James van Riemsdyk at 19:56
Longest game 164:46 Apr. 3, 1933 vs. Boston Bruins (6th overtime period, Ken Doraty at 4:46)
  • † Tied with NHL record

Franchise streaks[edit]

Winning streaks
Overall 10 October 7, 1993 – October 28, 1993
Home 9 November 11, 1953 – December 26, 1953
March 6, 2007 – April 7, 2007
Away 7 November 14, 1940 – December 15, 1940
December 4, 1960 – January 5, 1961
January 29, 2003 – February 22, 2003
Losing streaks
Overall 11 January 12, 2015 – February 6, 2015
Home 11 February 11, 2012 – March 29, 2012
Away 16 January 2, 2015 – March 1, 2015
Undefeated streaks
Overall 11 October 15, 1950 – November 8, 1950 (8 wins, 3 ties)
January 6, 1994 – February 1, 1994 (7 wins, 4 ties)
Home 18 November 28, 1933 – March 10, 1934 (15 wins, 3 ties)
October 31, 1953 – January 23, 1954 (16 wins, 2 ties)
Away 9 November 30, 1947 – January 11, 1948 (4 wins, 5 ties)
Winless streaks
Overall 15 December 26, 1987 – January 25, 1988 (11 losses, 4 ties)
Home 11 December 19, 1987 – January 25, 1988 (7 losses, 4 ties)
February 11, 2012 – March 29, 2012 (8 losses, 1 OT loss, 2 SO losses)
Away 18 October 6, 1982 – January 5, 1983 (13 losses, 5 ties)
Consecutive playoff appearances
15 19311945

Individual records[edit]

Career leaders[edit]

All-time leader Active leader
Games 1187 George Armstrong 418 Tyler Bozak
Consecutive games 486 Tim Horton (February 11, 1961 – February 4, 1968)
Points 987 Mats Sundin 261 Tyler Bozak
Points (defenceman) 768 Borje Salming 194 Dion Phaneuf
Points in one season 127 Doug Gilmour 67 Joffrey Lupul
Points in one season (defenceman) 79 Ian Turnbull 44 Dion Phaneuf
Goals 420 Mats Sundin 104 Tyler Bozak
Goals (defenceman) 148 Borje Salming 45 Dion Phaneuf
Goals in one season 54 Rick Vaive 30 James van Riemsdyk
Goals in one season (defenceman) 22 Ian Turnbull, Al Iafrate 12 Dion Phaneuf
Power play goals 124 Mats Sundin 35 Tyler Bozak
Shorthanded goals 23 Mats Sundin 5 Tyler Bozak
Game winning goals 79 Mats Sundin 14 Tyler Bozak
Overtime goals 15 Mats Sundin 3 Dion Phaneuf
Hat tricks 18 Darryl Sittler 2 Tyler Bozak, Nazem Kadri
Assists 620 Borje Salming 157 Tyler Bozak
Assists (defenceman) 620 Borje Salming 149 Dion Phaneuf
Plus/minus +155 Borje Salming +13 Daniel Winnik
Shots 3,142 Darryl Sittler 947 Dion Phaneuf
Penalty minutes 2,265 Tie Domi 583 Dion Phaneuf
Goaltender games played 629 Turk Broda 196 James Reimer
Goaltender minutes 38,167 Turk Broda 10,578 James Reimer
Goaltender wins 302 Turk Broda 82 James Reimer
Shutouts 62 Turk Broda 11 James Reimer
Goals against average 2.22 Harry Lumley 2.81 James Reimer
Save percentage†† 0.915 Jonathan Bernier, James Reimer 0.916 Jonathan Bernier, James Reimer
Goaltender assists 16 Mike Palmateer 2 Jonathan Bernier, James Reimer
Coaching wins 365 Punch Imlach 17 Mike Babcock
  • ‡ Currently playing for Toronto
  • † Minimum 50 games played
  • †† Minimum 500 shots against

Single season leaders[edit]

All-time leader
Points 127 Doug Gilmour (1992–93)
Points (defenceman) 79 Ian Turnbull (1976–77)
Points (center) 127 Doug Gilmour (1992-93)
Points (right wing) 97 Wilf Paiement (1980-81)
Points (left wing) 99 Dave Andreychuk (1993-94)
Points (rookie) 66 Peter Ihnacak (1982–83)
Goals 54 Rick Vaive (1981–82)
Goals (defenceman) 22 Ian Turnbull (1976–77)
Al Iafrate (1987–88)
Goals (rookie) 34 Wendel Clark (1985–86)
Power play goals 21 Dave Andreychuk (1993–94)
Wendel Clark (1993–94)
Shorthanded goals 8 Dave Keon (1970–71)
Dave Reid (1990–91)
Game winning goals 10 Mats Sundin (2003-04)[3]
Overtime goals 4 Mats Sundin (1999–2000)[3]
Assists 95 Doug Gilmour (1992–93)
Assists (defenceman) 66 Borje Salming (1976–77)
Assists (rookie) 40 Gus Bodnar (1943–44)
Plus/Minus +47 Ian Turnbull (1976–77)[3]
Shots 346 Darryl Sittler (1975–76)[3]
Penalty minutes 365 Tie Domi (1997–98)
Goaltender games played 74 Felix Potvin (1996–97)[1]
Goaltender wins 37 Ed Belfour (2002–03)
Andrew Raycroft (2006–07)[1]
Shutouts 13 Harry Lumley (1953–54)[1]
Goals against average 1.61 Lorne Chabot (1928–29)[1]
Save percentage†† .942 Jacques Plante (1970–71)
Goaltender assists 5 Mike Palmateer (1978-79)
Curtis Joseph (1998-99)
Vesa Toskala (2007-08)
  • † Minimum 40% of team's games played
  • †† Minimum 500 shots against; Save percentage was not recorded until the mid-1950s

Single game leaders[edit]

All-time leader
Points 10 Darryl Sittler, 6G-4A (February 7, 1976, W 11–4 vs. Boston Bruins)
Points (defenceman) 6 Walter "Babe" Pratt, 0G-6A (January 8, 1944, W 12–3 vs. Boston Bruins)
Points (rookie) 5 Howie Meeker, 5G-0A (January 8, 1947, W 10–4 vs. Chicago Blackhawks)
Points (single period) 5 Darryl Sittler, 3G-2A (February 7, 1976, W 11–4 vs. Boston Bruins, 2nd period)
Goals 6 Corb Denneny (January 26, 1921, W 10−3 vs. Hamilton Tigers)
Darryl Sittler (February 7, 1976, W 11–4 vs. Boston Bruins)
Goals (defenceman) 5 Ian Turnbull February 2, 1977, W 9–1 vs. Detroit Red Wings)
Goals (rookie) 5 Howie Meeker (January 8, 1947, W 10–4 vs. Chicago Blackhawks)
Goals (single period) 4 Harvey "Busher" Jackson (November 20, 1934, W 5–2 vs. St. Louis Eagles, 3rd period)
Power play goals
Shorthanded goals
Assists 6 Babe Pratt (January 8, 1944, W 12−3 vs. Boston Bruins)
Doug Gilmour (February 13, 1993, W 6–1 vs. Minnesota North Stars)
Assists (defenceman) 6 Walter "Babe" Pratt (January 8, 1944, W 12–3 vs. Boston Bruins)
Assists (rookie) 4 Pat Boutette (February 25, 1976, W 8–0 vs. Detroit Red Wings)
Dan Daoust (January 2, 1983, W 6–3 vs. Detroit Red Wings)
Assists (single period) 3  ?
Shots
Penalty minutes 57 Brad Smith (November 15, 1986)
Goaltender shots against
Goaltender saves
  • † NHL record
  • ‡ Tied with NHL record

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