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NON-SHUTOUT STREAKS:
LONGEST NON-SHUTOUT STREAK:
264 games Calgary Flames, Nov. 12, 1981 - Jan. 9, 1985.
262 games Los Angeles Kings, Mar. 15, 1986 - Oct. 25, 1989.
244 games Washington Capitals, Oct. 31, 1989 - Nov. 11, 1993.
230 games Quebec Nordiques, Feb. 10, 1980 - Jan. 13, 1983.
229 games Edmonton Oilers, Mar. 15, 1981 - Feb. 11, 1984.

LONGEST NON-SHUTOUT STREAK INCLUDING PLAYOFFS:
264 games Los Angeles Kings, Mar. 15, 1986 - Apr. 6, 1989 (5 playoff games in 1987; 5 in 1988: 2 in 1989).
262 games Chicago Blackhawks, Mar. 14, 1970 - Feb. 21, 1973 (8 playoff games in 1970; 18 in 1971; 8 in 1972).
251 games Quebec Nordiques, Feb. 10, 1980 - Jan. 13, 1983 (5 playoff games in 1981; 16 in 1982).
245 games Pittsburgh Penguins, Jan. 7, 1989 - Oct. 26, 1991 (11 playoff games in 1989; 23 in 1991).

TEAM GOALS:
MOST GOALS, ONE SEASON:
446 Edmonton Oilers, 1983-84. 80GP.
426 Edmonton Oilers, 1985-86. 80GP.
424 Edmonton Oilers, 1982-83. 80GP.
417 Edmonton Oilers, 1981-82. 80GP.
401 Edmonton Oilers, 1984-85. 80GP.

MOST GOALS, ONE TEAM, ONE GAME:
16 Montreal Canadiens, Mar. 3, 1920 at Quebec. Defeated Quebec Buldogs 16-3.

MOST GOALS, BOTH TEAMS, ONE GAME:
21 Montreal Canadiens, Toronto St. Patricks, at Montreal, Jan. 10, 1920. Montreal won 14-7.
  Edmonton Oilers, Chicago BlackHawks, at Chicago, Dec. 11, 1985. Edmonton won 12-9.
20 Edmonton Oilers, Minnesota North Stars, at Edmonton, Jan. 4, 1984. Edmonton won 12-8.
  Toronto Maple Leafs, Edmonton Oilers, at Toronto, Jan. 8, 1986. Toronto won 11-9.
19 Montreal Wanderers, Toronto Arenas, at Montreal, Dec. 19, 1917. Montreal won 10-9.
  Montreal Canadiens, Quebec Bulldogs, at Quebec, Mar. 3, 1920. Montreal won 16-3.
  Montreal Canadiens, Hamilton Tigers, at Montreal, Feb. 26, 1921. Montreal won 13-6.
  Boston Bruins, NY Rangers, at Boston, Mar. 4, 1944. Boston won 10-9.
  Boston Bruins, Detroit Red Wings, at Detroit, Mar. 16, 1944. Detroit won 10-9.
  Vancouver Canucks, Minnesota North Stars, at Vancouver, Oct. 7, 1983, Vancouver won 10-9.

MOST GOALS, ONE TEAM, ONE PERIOD:
9 Buffalo Sabres, Mar. 19, 1981, at Buffalo, 2nd period during 14-4 win over Toronto.
8 Detroit Red Wings, Jan. 23, 1944, at Detroit, 3rd period during 15-0 win over NY Rangers.
  Boston Bruins, Mar. 16, 1969, at Boston, 2nd period during 11-3 over Toronto.
  NY Rangers, Nov. 21, 1971, at New York, 3rd period during 12-1 win over California.
  Philadelphia Flyers, Mar. 31, 1973, at Philadelphia, 2nd period during 10-2 win over NY Islanders.
  Buffalo Sabres, Dec. 21, 1975, at Buffalo, 3rd period during 14-2 win over Washington.
  Minnesota North Stars, Nov. 11, 1981, at Minnesota, 2nd period during 15-2 win over Winnipeg.
  Pittsburgh Penguins, Dec. 17, 1991, at Pittsburgh, 2nd period during 10-2 win over San Jose.
  Washington Capitals, Feb. 3, 1999, at Washington, 2nd period during 10-1 win over Tampa Bay.

MOST GOALS, BOTH TEAMS, ONE PERIOD:
12 Buffalo Sabres, Toronto Maple Leafs, at Buffalo, Mar. 19, 1981, 2nd period, Buffalo scored 9 goals, Toronto 3. Buffalo won 14-4.
  Edmonton Oilers, Chicago Blackhawks, at Chicago, Dec. 11, 1985, 2nd period, Edmonton scored 6 goals, Chicago 6, Edmonton won 12-9.
10 NY Rangers, NY Americans, at NY Americans, Mar. 16, 1939, 3rd period, NY Rangers scored 7 goals, NY Americans 3. NY Rangers won 11-5.
  Toronto Maple Leafs, Detroit Red Wings, at Detroit, Mar. 17, 1946, 3rd period, Toronto scored 6 goals, Detroit 4. Toronto won 11-7.
  Vancouver Canucks, Buffalo Sabres, at Buffalo, Jan. 8, 1976, 3rd period, Buffalo scored 6 goals, Vancouver 4. Buffalo won 8-5.
  Buffalo Sabres, Montreal Canadiens, at Montreal, Oct. 26, 1982, 1st period, Montreal scored 5 goals, Buffalo 5. 7-7 tie.
  Boston Bruins, Quebec Nordiques, at Quebec, Dec. 7, 1982, 2nd period, Quebec scored 6 goals, Boston 4. Quebec won 10-5.
  Calgary Flames, Vancouver Canucks, at Vancouver, Jan. 16, 1987, 1st period, Vancouver scored 6 goals, Calgary 4. Vancouver won 9-5.
  Winnipeg Jets, Detroit Red Wings, at Detroit, Nov. 25, 1987, 3rd period, Detroit scored 7 goals, Winnipeg 3. Detroit won 10-8.
  Chicago Blackhawks, St Louis Blues, at St Louis, Mar. 15, 1988, 3rd period, Chicago scored 5 goals, St Louis 5. 7-7 tie.

MOST CONSECUTIVE GOALS, ONE TEAM, ONE GAME:
15 Detroit Red Wings, Jan. 23, 1944, at Detroit. Defeated NY Rangers 15-0.

FEWEST GOALS:
FEWEST GOALS, ONE SEASON:
33 Chicago Blackhawks, 1928-29. 44GP.
45 Montreal Maroons, 1924-25. 30GP.
46 Pittsburgh Pirates, 1928-29. 44GP.

FEWEST GOALS, ONE SEASON (minimum 70 game schedule):
133 Chicago Blackhawks, 1953-54. 70GP.
147 Toronto Maple Leafs, 1954-55. 70GP.
  Boston Bruins, 1955-56. 70GP.
150 NY Rangers, 1954-55. 70GP.

TEAM POWER-PLAY GOALS:
MOST POWER-PLAY GOALS, ONE SEASON:
119 Pittsburgh Penguins, 1988-89. 80GP.
113 Detroit Red Wings, 1992-93. 84GP.
111 NY Rangers, 1987-88. 80GP.
110 Pittsburgh Penguins, 1987-88. 80GP.
  Winnipeg Jets, 1987-88. 80GP.

TEAM SHORTHAND GOALS:
MOST SHORTHANDED GOALS, ONE SEASON:
36 Edmonton Oilers, 1983-84. 80GP.
28 Edmonton Oilers, 1986-87. 80GP.
27 Edmonton Oilers, 1985-86. 80GP.
  Edmonton Oilers, 1988-89. 80GP.

TEAM GOALS-PER-GAME:
HIGHEST GOALS-PER-GAME AVERAGE, ONE SEASON:
5.58 Edmonton Oilers, 1983-84. 446g in 80GP.
5.38 Montreal Canadiens, 1919-20. 129g in 24GP.
5.33 Edmonton Oilers, 1985-86. 426g in 80GP.
5.30 Edmonton Oilers, 1982-83. 424g in 80GP.
5.23 Montreal Canadiens, 1917-18. 115g in 22GP.

LOWEST GOALS-PER-GAME AVERAGE, ONE SEASON:
0.75 Chicago Blackhawks, 1928-29. 33g in 44GP.
1.05 Pittsbugh Pirates, 1928-29. 46g in 44GP.
1.20 NY Americans, 1928-29. 53g in 44GP.

TEAM ASSISTS:
MOST ASSISTS, ONE SEASON:
737 Edmonton Oilers, 1985-86. 80GP.
736 Edmonton Oilers, 1983-84. 80GP.
706 Edmonton Oilers, 1981-82. 80GP.

FEWEST ASSISTS, ONE SEASON:
45 NY Rangers, 1926-27. 44GP.

FEWEST ASSISTS, ONE SEASON (mimimum 70 game schedule):
206 Chicago Blackhawks, 1953-54. 70GP.