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SHOTS ON GOAL:
MOST SHOTS, BOTH TEAMS, ONE GAME:
141 NY Americans, Pittsburgh Pirates, Dec. 26, 1925, at New York. NY Americans, who won the game 3-1, had 73 shots, Pittsburgh Pirates, 68 shots.

MOST SHOTS, ONE TEAM, ONE SEASON:
83 Boston Bruins, Mar. 4, 1991, at Boston. Boston defeated Chicago 3-2.
73 NY Americans, Dec. 26, 1925, at New York. NY Americans defeated Pit. Pirates 3-1.
  Boston Bruins, Mar. 21, 1991, at Boston. Boston tied Quebec 3-3.
72 Boston Bruins, Dec. 10, 1970, at Boston. Boston defeated Buffalo 8-2.

MOST SHOTS, ONE TEAM, ONE PERIOD:
33 Boston Bruins, Mar. 4, 1941, at Boston, 2nd period. Boston defeated Chicago 3-2.

TEAM GOALS AGAINST:
FEWEST GOALS AGAINST, ONE SEASON:
42 Ottawa Sentors, 1925-26. 36GP.
43 Montreal Canadiens, 1928-29. 44GP.
48 Montreal Canadiens, 1923-24. 24GP.
  Montreal Canadiens, 1927-28. 44GP.

FEWEST GOALS AGAINST, ONE SEASON (mimimum 70 game schedule):
131 Toronto Maple Leafs, 1953-54. 70GP.
  Montreal Canadiens, 1955-56. 70GP.
132 Detroit Red Wings, 1953-54. 70GP.
133 Detroit Red Wings, 1951-52. 70GP.
  Detroit Red Wings, 1952-53. 70GP.

LOWEST GOALS AGAINST PER GAME AVERAGE, ONE SEASON:
0.98 Montreal Canadiens, 1928-29. 43GA in 44GP.
1.09 Montreal Canadiens, 1927-28. 48GA in 44GP.
1.17 Ottawa Senators, 1925-26. 42GA in 36GP.

MOST GOALS AGAINST:
MOST GOALS AGAINST, ONE SEASON:
446 Washington Capitals, 1974-75. 80GP.
415 Detroit Red Wings, 1985-86. 80GP.
414 San Jose Sharks, 1992-93. 84GP.
407 Quebec Nordiques, 1989-90. 80GP.
403 Hartford Whalers, 1982-83. 80GP.

MOST GOALS AGAINST PER GAME AVERAGE, ONE SEASON:
7.38 Quebec Bulldogs, 1919-20, 177GA in 24GP.
6.20 NY Rangers, 1943-44, 310GA in 50GP.
5.58 Washington Capitals, 1974-75, 446GA in 80GP.

MOST POWER-PLAY GOALS AGANST, ONE SEASON:
122 Chicago Blackhawks, 1988-89. 80GP.
122 Pittsburgh Penguins, 1987-88. 80GP.
116 Washington Capitals, 2005-06. 82GP.
115 New Jersey Devils, 1988-89. 80GP.
  Ottawa Senators, 1992-93. 84GP.
114 LA Kings, 1992-93. 84GP.
113 San Jose Sharks, 1992-93. 84GP.

MOST SHORTHAND GOALS AGAINST, ONE SEASON:
22 Pittsburgh Penguins, 1984-85. 80GP.
  Minnesota North Stars, 1991-92. 80GP.
  Colorado Avalanche, 1995-96. 82GP.
21 Calgary Flames, 1984-85. 80GP.
  Pittsburgh Penguins, 1989-90. 80GP.

SHUTOUTS:
MOST SHUTOUTS, ONE SEASON:
22 Montreal Canadiens, 1928-29. All by George Hainsworth. 44GP.
16 NY Americans, 1928-29. Roy Worters had 13; Flat Walsh 3. 44GP.
15 Ottawa Senators, 1925-26. All by Alex Connell. 36GP.
  Ottawa Senators, 1927-28. All by Alex Connell. 44GP.
  Boston Bruins, 1927-28. All by Hal Winkler. 44GP.
  Chicago Blackhawks, 1969-70. All by Tony Esposito. 76GP.
  St. Louis Blues, 2011-12. Brian Elliott 9, Jaroslav Halak, 6. 82GP.

MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES SHUTOUTS, ONE SEASON:
6 Ottawa Senators, Jan. 31 - Feb. 18, 1928. All by Alex Connell.

MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES SHUTOUTS TO START SEASON:
5 Toronto Maple Leafs, Nov. 13 - 22, 1930. Lorne Chabot 3, Benny Grant 2.

MOST GAMES SHUTOUT, ONE SEASON:
20 Chicago Blackhawks, 1928-29. 44GP.

MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES SHUT OUT:
8 Chicago Blackhawks, Feb. 7 - 28, 1929.

MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES SHUTOUT TO START SEASON:
3 Montreal Maroons, Nov. 11 - 18, 1930.

TEAM PENALTIES:
MOST PENALTY MINUTES, ONE SEASON:
2,713 Buffalo Sabres, 1991-92. 80GP.
2,670 Pittsburgh Penguins, 1988-89. 80GP.
2,663 Chicago Blackhawks, 1991-92. 80GP.
2,643 Calgary Flames, 1991-92. 80GP.
2,621 Philadelphia Flyers, 1980-81. 80GP.

MOST PENALTIES, BOTH TEAMS, ONE GAME:
85 pens Edmonton Oilers (44), LA Kings (41), at Los Angeles, Feb. 28, 1990. Edmonton received 26 minors, 7 majors, 6 10-minute misconducts, 4 game misconducts and 1 match penalty; Los Angeles received 26 minors, 9 majors, 3 10-minute misconducts and 3 game misconducts.

MOST PENALTY MINUTES, BOTH TEAMS, ONE GAME:
419 mins Ottawa Senators (206), Philadelphia Flyers (213), Mar. 5, 2004 at Philadelphia. Ottawa received 8 minors, 10 majors, 4 10-minute misconducts and 10 game misconducts. Philadephia received 9 minors, 11 majors, 4 10-minute misconducts and 10 game misconducts.

MOST PENALTIES, ONE TEAM, ONE GAME:
44 Edmonton Oilers, Feb. 28, 1990, at Los Angeles. Edmonton received 26 minors, 7 majors, 6 10-minute misconducts, 4 game misconducts and 1 match penalty.
42 Minnesota North Stars, Feb. 26, 1981, at Boston. Minnesota received 18 minors, 13 majors, 4 10-minute misconducts and 7 game misconducts.
  Boston Bruins, Feb. 26, 1981, at Boston vs Minnesota. Boston received 20 minors, 13 majors, 3 10-minute misconducts and 7 game misconducts.

MOST PENALTY MINUTES, ONE TEAM, ONE GAME:
213 Philadelphia Flyers, Mar. 5, 2004, at Philadelphia. Philadelphia received 9 minors, 11 majors, 3 10-minutes misconducts amd 10 game misconducts.

MOST PENALTIES, BOTH TEAMS, ONE PERIOD:
67 Minnisota North Stars (34), Boston Bruins (33), at Boston, Feb. 26, 1981, 1st period, Minnesota received 15 minors, 8 majors, 4 10-minute misconducts and 7 game misconducts, a total of 34 penalties. Boston 16 minors, 8 majors, 3 10-minute misconducts and 6 game misconducts, a total of 33 penalties.

MOST PENALTY MINUTES, BOTH TEAMS, ONE PERIOD:
409 Ottawa Senators (200), Philadelphia Flyers (209), Mar. 5, 2004, at Philadelphia, 3rd period. Ottawa recived 4 minors, 10 majors, 4 10-minute misconducts and 10 game misconducts. Philadelphia received 7 minors, 11 majors, 4 10-minute misconducts and 10 game misconducts.

MOST PENALTIES, ONE TEAM, ONE PERIOD:
34 Minnesota North Stars, Feb. 26, 1981, at Boston, 1st period. 15 minors, 8 majors, 4 10-minute misconducts, 7 game misconducts.

MOST PENALTY MINUTES, ONE TEAM, ONE PERIOD:
209 Philadelphia Flyers, Mar. 5, 2004, at Philadelphia vs. Ottawa, 3rd period. Philadelphia received 7 minors, 11 majors, 4 10-minute misconducts and 10 game misconducts.
200 Ottawa Senators, Mar. 5, 2004, at Philadelphia, 3rd period. Ottawa received 5 minors, 10 majors, 4 10-minute misconducts and 10 game misconducts.