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PER GAME SCORING AVERAGES:
HIGHEST GOALS PER GAME AVERAGE, CAREER (Among players with 200-or-more goals):
.762 Mike Bossy, NY Islanders, 1977-78 - 1986-87, with 573g in 752gp.
.756 Cy Denneny, Ottawa, Boston, 1917-18 - 1928-29, with 248g in 328gp.
.754 Mario Lemieux, Pittsburgh, 1984-85 - 1996-97, 2000-01 - 2003-04, 2005-06, with 690g in 915gp.
.742 Babe Dye, Toronto, Hamilton, Chicago, NY Americans, 1919-20 - 1930-31, with 201g in 271gp.
.625 Alex Ovechkin, Washington, 2005-06 - 2014-15, with 475g in 760gp.
.623 Pavel Bure, Vancouver, Florida, NY Rangers, 1991-92 - 2002-03, with 437G in 702GP.

HIGHEST GOALS PER GAME AVERAGE, ONE SEASON (among Players With 20-or-more Goals):
2.20 Joe Malone, Montreal, 1917-18, with 44g in 20gp.
1.80 Cy Denneny, Ottawa, 1917-18, with 36g in 22gp.
1.64 Newsy Lalonde, Montreal, 1917-18, with 23g in 14gp.
1.63 Joe Malone, Quebec, 1919-20, with 39g in 24gp.
1.61 Newsy Lalonde, Montreal, 1919-20, with 37g in 23gp.

HIGHEST GOALS PER GAME AVERAGE, ONE SEASON (among Players With 50-or-more Goals):
1.18 Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, 1983-84, with 87g in 74gp.
1.15 Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, 1981-82, with 92g in 80gp.
  Mario Lemieux, Pittsburgh, 1992-93, with 69g in 60gp.
1.12 Mario Lemieux, Pittsburgh, 1988-89, with 85g in 76gp.
1.10 Brett Hull, St Louis, 1990-91, with 86g in 78gp.
1.02 Cam Neely, Boston, 1993-94, with 50g in 49gp.
1.00 Maurice Richard, Montreal, 1944-45, with 50g in 50gp.

HIGHEST ASSIST PER GAME AVERAGE, CAREER (Among Players With 300-or-more Assists):
1.320 Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, Los Angeles, St Louis, NY Rangers, 1979-80 - 1998-99, with 1,963a in 1,487gp.
1.129 Mario Lemieux, Pittsburgh, 1984-85 - 1996-97, 2000-01 - 2003-04, 2005-06, with 1,033a in 915gp.
.982 Bobby Orr, Boston, Chicago, 1966-67 - 1978-79, with 645a in 657gp.
.898 Peter Forsberg, Quebec, Colorado, Philadlphia, Nashville 1994-95 - 2000-01, 2002-03, 2003-2004, 2005-06 - 2007-08, 2010-11 with 636a in 708gp.
.879 Sidney Crosby, Pittsburgh, 2005-06 - 2014-15, with 551a in 627gp.

HIGHEST ASSISTS PER GAME AVERAGE, ONE SEASON (Among players with 35-or-more assists):
2.04 Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, 1985-86, with 163a in 80gp.
1.70 Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, 1987-88, with 109a in 64gp.
1.69 Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, 1984-85, with 135a in 80gp.
1.59 Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, 1983-84, with 118a in 74gp.
1.56 Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, 1982-83, with 125a in 80gp.
  Wayne Gretzky, Los Angeles, 1990-91, with 122a in 78gp.
1.53 Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, 1986-87, with 121a in 79gp.
1.52 Mario Lemieux, Pittsburgh, 1992-93, with 91a in 60gp.
1.50 Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, 1981-82, with 120a in 80gp.
  Mario Lemieux, Pittsburgh, 1988-89, with 114a in 76gp.

HIGHEST POINTS PER GAME AVERAGE, CAREER (Among players with 500-or-more points):
1.921 Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, Los Angeles, St Louis, NY Rangers, 1979-80 - 1998-99, with 2,857pts (894g - 1,963a) in 1,487gp.
1.883 Mario Lemieux, Pittsburgh, from 1984-85 - 1996-97, 2000-01 - 2003-04, 2005-06 with 1,723pts (690g - 1,033a) in 915gp.
1.497 Mike Bossy, NY Islanders, 1978-79 - 1986-87, with 1,126pts (573g - 553a) in 752gp.
1.360 Sidney Crosby, Pittsburgh, 2005-06 - 2014-15, with 853pts (302g-551a) in 627gp.
1.393 Bobby Orr, Boston, 1966-67 - 1978-79, with 915pts (270g - 645a) in 657gp.

HIGHEST POINTS PER GAME AVERAGE, ONE SEASON (Among players with 50-or-more points):
2.77 Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, 1983-84, with 205pts in 74gp.
2.69 Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, 1985-86, with 215pts in 80gp.
2.67 Mario Lemieux, Pittsburgh, 1992-93, with 160pts in 60gp.
2.65 Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, 1981-82, with 212pts in 80gp.
2.62 Mario Lemieux, Pittsburgh, 1988-89, with 199pts in 78gp.
2.60 Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, 1984-85, with 208pts in 80gp.
2.45 Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, 1982-83, with 196pts in 80gp.
2.33 Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, 1987-88, with 149pts in 64gp.
2.32 Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, 1986-87, with 183pts in 79gp.
2.30 Mario Lemieux, Pittsburgh, 1995-96, with 161pts in 70gp.
2.18 Mario Lemieux, Pittsburgh, 1978-79, with 168pts in 77gp.
2.15 Wayne Gretzky, Los Angeles, 1988-89, with 168pts in 78gp.
2.09 Wayne Gretzky, Los Angeles, 1990-91, with 163pts in 78gp.
2.08 Mario Lemieux, Pittsburgh, 1989-90, with 123pts in 59gp.

SCORING PLATEAUS:
MOST 20 OR MORE GOAL SEASONS:
22 Gordie Howe, Detroit, Hartford, in 26 seasons.
20 Ron Francis, Hartford, Pittsburgh, Carolina, in 23 seasons.
19 Dave Andreychuk, Buffalo, Toronto, New Jersey, Boston, Colorado, Tampa Bay, in 23 seasons.
  Brendan Shanahan, New Jersey, St. Louis, Hartford, Detroit, NY Rangers, in 21 seasons.
18 Jaromir Jagr, Pittsburgh, Washington, NY Rangers, Philadelphia, Dallas, Boston, New Jersey, Florida, in 21 seasons.
17 Marcel Dionne, Detroit, Los Angeles, NY Rangers, in 18 seasons.
  Mike Gartner, Washington, Minnesota, NY Rangers, Toronto, Phoenix, in 19 seasons.
  Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, Los Angeles, St Louis, NY Rangers, in 20 seasons.
  Mark Messier, Edmonton, NY Rangers, Vancouver, in 25 seasons.
  Brett Hull, Calgary, St. Louis, Dallas, Detroit, Phoenix, in 19 seasons.
  Joe Sakic, Quebec, Colorado, in 20 seasons.
  Mats Sundin, Quebec, Toronto, in 18 seasons.
  Teemu Selanne, Winnipeg, Anaheim, San Jose, Colorado, in 21 seasons.

MOST CONSECUTIVE 20 OR MORE GOAL SEASONS:
22 Gordie Howe, Detroit, 1949-50 - 1970-71.
19 Brendan Shanahan, New Jersey, St. Louis, Hartford, Detroit, NY Rangers, 1988-89 - 2007-08.
17 Marcel Dionne, Detroit, Los Angeles, NY Rangers, 1971-72 - 1987-88.
  Brett Hull, Calgary, St. Louis, Dallas, Detroit, 1987-88 - 2003-04.
  Jaromir Jagr, Pittsburgh, Washington, NY Rangers, 1990-91 - 2007-08.
  Mats Sundin, Quebec, Toronto, 1990-91 - 2007-08.

MOST 30 OR MORE GOAL SEASONS:
17 Mike Gartner, Washington, Minnesota, NY Rangers, Toronto, Phoenix, in 19 seasons.
15 Jaromir Jagr, Pittsburgh, Washington, NY Rangers, Philadelphia, Dallas, Boston, New Jersey, Florida, in 21 seasons.
14 Gordie Howe, Detroit, Hartford in 26 seasons.
  Marcel Dionne, Detroit, Los Angeles, NY Rangers, in 18 seasons.
  Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, Los Angeles, St Louis, NY Rangers, in 20 seasons.
13 Bobbby Hull, Chicago, Winnipeg, Hartford, in 16 seasons.
  Phil Esposito, Chicago, Boston, NY Rangers, in 18 seasons.
  Brett Hull, Calgary, St. Louis, Dallas, Detroit, Phoenix, in 19 seasons.
  Mats Sundin, Quebec, Toronto, Vancouver, in 18 seasons.

MOST CONSECUTIVE 30-OR-MORE GOAL SEASONS:
15 Mike Gartner, Washington, Minnesota, NY Rangers, Toronto, 1979-80 - 1993-94.
  Jaromir Jagr, Pittsburgh, Washington, NY Rangers, 1991-92 - 2006-07.
13 Bobby Hull, Chicago, 1959-60 - 1971-72.
  Phil Esposito, Boston, NY Rangers, 1967-68 - 1979-80.
  Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, Los Angeles, 1979-80 - 1991-92.

MOST 40-OR-MORE GOALS SEASONS:
12 Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, Los Angeles, St Louis, NY Rangers, in 20 seasons.
10 Marcel Dionne, Detroit, Los Angeles, NY Rangers, in 18 seasons.
  Mario Lemieux, Pittsburgh, in 17 seasons.
9 Mike Bossy, NY Islanders, in 10 seasons.
  Mike Gartner, Washington, Minnesota, NY Rangers, Toronto, Phoenix, in 19 seasons.

MOST CONSECUTIVE 40 OR MORE GOAL SEASONS:
12 Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, Los Angeles, 1979-80 - 1990-91.
9 Mike Bossy, NY Islanders, 1977-78 - 1985-86.
8 Luc Robitaille, Los Angeles, 1986-87 - 1993-94.
7 Phil Esposito, Boston, 1968-69 - 1974-75.
  Michel Goulet, Quebec, 1981-82 - 1987-88.
  Jari Kurri, Edmonton, 1982-83 - 1988-89.

MOST 50-OR-MORE GOALS SEASONS:
9 Mike Bossy, NY Islanders, in 10 seasons.
  Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, Los Angeles, St. Louis, NY Rangers, in 20 seasons.
6 Guy Lafleur, Montreal, NY Rangers, Quebec, in 17 seasons.
  Marcel Dionne, Detroit, Los Angeles, NY Rangers, in 18 seasons.
  Mario Lemieux, Pittsburgh, in 17 seasons.
  Alex Ovechkin, Washington, in 10 seasons.
5 Bobby Hull, Chiacgo, Winnipeg, Hartford, in 16 seasons.
  Phil Esposito, Chicago, Boston, NY Rangers, in 18 seasons.
  Brett Hull, Calgary, St Louis, Dallas, Detroit, Phoenix, in 19 seasons.
  Steve Yzerman, Detroit, in 22 seasons.
  Pavel Bure, Vancouver, Florida, NY Rangers, in 12 seasons.

MOST CONSECUTIVE 50-OR-MORE GOAL SEASONS:
9 Mike Bossy, NY Islanders, 1977-78 - 1985-86.
8 Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, 1979-80 - 1986-87.
6 Guy Lafleur, Montreal, 1974-75 - 1979-80.
5 Phil Esposito, Boston, 1970-71 - 1974-75.
  Marcel Dionne, Los Angeles, 1978-79 - 1982-83.
  Brett Hull, St Louis, 1989-90 - 1993-94.

MOST 60-OR-MORE GOALS SEASONS:
5 Mike Bossy, NY Islanders, in 10 seasons.
  Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, Los Angeles, St Louis, NY Rangers, in 20 seasons.
4 Phil Esposito, Chicago, Boston, NY Rangers, in 18 seasons.
  Mario Lemieux, Pittsburgh, in 17 seasons.

MOST CONSECUTIVE 60-OR-MORE GOAL SEASONS:
4 Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, 1981-82 - 1984-85.
3 Mike Bossy, NY Islanders, 1980-81 - 1982-83.
  Brett Hull, St Louis, 1989-90 - 1991-92.
2 Phil Esposito, Boston, 1970-71 - 1971-72, 1973-74 - 1974-75.
  Jari Kurri, Edmonton, 1984-85 - 1985-86.
  Mario Lemieux, Pittsburgh, 1987-88 - 1988-89.
  Steve Yzerman, Detroit, 1988-89 - 1989-90.
  Pavel Bure, Vancouver, 1992-93 - 1993-94.

MOST 100-OR-MORE POINT SEASONS:
15 Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, Los Angeles, St Louis, NY Rangers, in 20 seasons.
10 Mario Lemieux, Pittsburgh, in 17 seasons.
8 Marcel Dionne, Detroit, Los Angeles, NY Rangers, in 18 seasons.
7 Mike Bossy, NY Islanders, in 10 seasons.
  Peter Stastny, Quebec, New Jersey, St. Louis, in 15 seasons.

MOST CONSECUTIVE 100-OR-MORE POINT SEASONS:
13 Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, Los Angeles, 1979-80 - 1991-92.
6 Bobby Orr, Boston, 1969-70 - 1974-75.
  Guy Lafleur, Montreal, 1974-75 - 1979-80.
  Mike Bossy, NY Islanders, 1980-81 - 1985-86.
  Peter Stastny, Quebec, 1980-81 - 1985-86.
  Mario Lemieux, Pittsburgh, 1984-85 - 1989-90.
  Steve Yzerman, Detroit, 1987-88 - 1992-93.

THREE OR MORE GOAL GAMES:
MOST THREE-OR-MORE GOAL GAMES, CAREER:
50 Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, Los Angeles, St Louis, NY Rangers, in 20 seasons, 37 three-goal games, 9 four-goal games, 4 five-goal games.
40 Mario Lemieux, Pittsburgh, in 17 seasons, 27 three-goal games, 10 four-goal games, 3 five-goal games.
39 Mike Bossy, NY Islanders, in 10 seasons, 30 three-goal games, 9 four-goal games.
33 Brett Hull, Calgary, St. Louis, Dallas, Detroit, Phoenix, in 19 seasons, 30 three-goal games, 3 four-goal games.
32 Phil Esposito, Chicago, Boston, NY Rangers, in 18 seasons, 27 three-goal games, 5 four-goal games.

MOST THREE-OR-MORE GOAL GAMES, ONE SEASON:
10 Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, 1981-82. 6 three-goal games, 3 four-goal games, 1 five-goal game.
  Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, 1983-84. 6 three-goal games, 4 four-goal games.
9 Mike Bossy, NY Islanders, 1980-81. 6 three-goal games, 3 four-goal games.
  Mario Lemieux, Pittsburgh, 1988-89. 7 three-goal games, 1 four-goal game, 1 five-goal game.
8 Brett Hull, St Louis, 1991-92. 8 three-goal games.
7 Joe Malone, Montreal, 1917-18. 2 three-goal games, 2 four-goal games, 3 five-goal games.
  Phil Esposito, Boston, 1970-71. 7 three-goal games.
  Rick Martin, Buffalo, 1975-76. 6 three-goal games, 1 four-goal game.
  Alexander Mogilny, Buffalo, 1992-93. 5 three-goal games, 2 four-goal games.

SCORING STREAKS:
LONGEST CONSECUTIVE GOAL-SCORING STREAK:
16 games Harry (Punch) Broadbent, Ottawa, 1921-22. 27g.
14 games Joe Malone, Montreal, 1917-18. 35g.
13 games Newsy Lalonde, Montreal, 1920-21. 24g.
  Charlie Simmer, Los Angeles, 1979-80. 17g.
12 games Cy Denneny, Ottawa, 1917-18. 23g.
  Dave Lumley, Edmonton, 1981-82. 15g.
  Mario Lemieux, Pittsburgh, 1992-93. 18g.

LONGEST CONSECUTIVE ASSIST-SCORING STREAK:
23 games Wayne Gretzky, Los Angeles, 1990-91, 48a.
18 games Adam Oates, Boston, 1992-93, 28a.
17 games Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, 1983-84, 38a.
  Paul Coffey, Edmonton, 1985-86, 27a.
  Wayne Gretzky, Los Angeles, 1989-90, 35a.
16 games Jaromir Jagr, Pittsburgh, 2000-01, 24a.

LONGEST CONSECUTIVE POINT-SCORING STREAK:
51 games Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, 1983-84. 61g-92a-153pts.
46 games Mario Lemieux, Pittsburgh, 1989-90. 39g-64a-103pts.
39 games Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, 1985-86. 33g-75a-108pts.
30 games Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, 1982-83. 24g-52a-76pts.
  Mats Sundin, Quebec, 1992-93. 21g-25a-46pts.

LONGEST CONSECUTIVE POINT-SCORING STREAK FROM START OF SEASON:
51 games Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, 1983-84. 61g-92a-153pts during streak which was stopped by goaltender Markus Matterson and Los Angeles on Jan. 28, 1984.

LONGEST CONSECUTIVE POINT-SCORING STREAK BY A DEFENSEMAN:
28 games Paul Coffey, Edmonton, 1985-86. 16g-39a-55pts.
19 games Ray Bourque, Boston, 1987-88. 6g-21a-27pts.
17 games Ray Bourque, Boston, 1984-85. 4g-24a-28pts.
  Brian Leetch, NY Rangers, 1991-92. 5g-24a-29pts.
16 games Gary Suter, Calgary, 1987-88. 8g-17a-25pts.
15 games Bobby Orr, Boston, 1970-71. 10g-23a-33pts.
  Bobby Orr, Boston, 1973-74. 8g-15a-23pts.
  Steve Duchesne, Quebec, 1992-93. 4g-17a-21pts.
  Chris Chelios, Chicago, 1995-96. 4g-16a-20pts.

LONGEST CONSECUTIVE POINT-SCORING STREAK BY A ROOKIE:
20 games Paul Stastny, Colorado, 2006-07. 11g-18a-29pts
17 games Teemu Selanne, Winnipeg, 1992-93. 20g-14a-34pts.
16 games Peter Stastny, Quebec, 1980-81.
15 games Jude Drouin, Minnesota North Stars, 1970-71