|North Bay Battalion|
|Owen Sound Attack|
|Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds|
|Acadie-Bathurst Titan||Baie-Comeau Drakkar|
|Blainville-Boisbriand Armada||Cape Breton Screaming Eagles|
|Chicoutimi Sagueneens||Drummondville Voltigeurs|
|Gatineau Olympiques||Halifax Mooseheads|
|Moncton Wildcats||PEI Rocket|
|Quebec Remparts||Rimouski Oceanic|
|Rouyn-Noranda Huskies||Saint John Sea Dogs|
|Shawinigan Cataractes||Sherbrooke Phoenix|
|Val-d'Or Foreurs||Victoriaville Tigres|
TEAM - Single Game
MOST GOALS (ONE TEAM):
19 - Tri-City Americans, October 3, 1990, at Seattle. Defeated Seattle 19-3.
- Medicine Hat Tigers, February 11, 1984, at Medicine Hat. Defeated Winnipeg 19-2.
18 - Winnipeg Warriors, October 19, 1982, at Winnipeg. Defeated Kelowna 18-6.
- Portland Winter Hawks, December 10, 1980, at Portland. Defeated Spokane Flyers 18-4
- Estevan Bruins, January 22, 1967, at Estevan. Defeated Calgary Buffaloes 18-2
- Estevan Bruins, December 15, 1968, at Estevan. Defeated Brandon Wheat Kings 18-1.
MOST GOALS (ONE TEAM) IN TWO CONSECUTIVE GAMES:
35 - Tri-City Americans, September 30, 1990 and October 3, 1990. Defeated Victoria 16-3 at Tri-Cities,and defeated Seattle at Seattle 19-3.
MOST GOALS (BOTH TEAMS):
26 - New Westminster Bruins versus Seattle Breakers, March 24, 1981 at Seattle Breakers won 16-10.
24 - Kelowna Wings versus Winnipeg Warriors, October 19, 1982 at Winnipeg. Warriors won 18-6.
- Calgary Wranglers versus Regina Pats, March 19, 1980 at Regina. Pats won 15-9
MOST GOALS IN ONE PERIOD (ONE TEAM):
11 - Kamloops Blazers, February 7, 1992, at Kamloops. Second period during 13-1 win over Tacoma Rockets.
- Estevan Bruins, January 22, 1967, at Estevan. Second period during 18-2 win over Calgary Buffaloes.
MOST GOALS IN ONE PERIOD (BOTH TEAMS):
14 - Calgary Wranglers (6) versus Regina Pats (8), March 19, 1980 at Regina. Second period. Pats won 15-9.
FASTEST TWO GOALS:
2 secs - Calgary Hitmen at Red Deer, Oct. 3, 1998, against Red Deer Rebels, third period. Pavel Brendl scored at 19:40 and Brad Moran at 19:42. Hitmen won 6-4.
3 secs - Kamloops Junior Oilers at Kamloops, March 6, 1983, against Portland Winter Hawks, second period. Doug Kostynski scored at 7:45 and Doug Saunders at 7:48. Junior Oilers won 11-5.
- Edmonton Oil Kings at Edmonton, February 19, 1968, against Estevan Bruins, third period. Kerry Ketter scored at 19:50 and Frank Spring at 19:53. Kings lost 5-3.
- Swift Current Broncos at Swift Current, November 3, 1971, against Vancouver Nats, second period. Wayne Inglis scored at 0:08 and Murray Myers at 0:11. Broncos won 12-6
- Saskatoon Blades at Saskatoon, February 23, 1979, against Regina Pats, third period. Dan Erickson scored at 19:53 and Bill MacNaught at 19:56. Blades won 6-3.
FASTEST THREE GOALS:
12 secs - Kelowna Rockets at Kelowna, February 17, 1996 against Prince George Cougars, third period. Brett McLean scored at 12:25, Jason Deleurme at 12:30, and Tyler Prosofsky at 12:37. Rockets won 11-2.
16 secs - Swift Current Broncos at Swift Current, January 15, 1989, against Brandon Wheat Kings, second period. Sheldon Kennedy scored at 6:10, Kyle Reeves at 6:18, and Bob Wilkie at 6:26. Broncos won 9-5.
17 secs - Winnipeg Jets at Winnipeg, January 7, 1968, against Estevan Bruins, second period. Bob Young scored at 14:14, Young again at 14:19 and Doug Smith at 14:31. Jets won 10-1.
- Saskatoon Blades at Saskatoon, March 7, 1971, against Winnipeg Jets, second period. Orest Kindrachuk scored at 7:05, Laurie Yaworski at 7:09 and Dennis Abgrall at 7:22. Blades won 4-3.
FASTEST FOUR GOALS:
52 secs - Saskatoon Blades at Saskatoon, November 9, 1982, against Prince Albert Raiders, first period. Lane Lambert began by scoring at 6:37, Glen Olszewski scored at 6:52, Todd Strueby at 7:04, and Roger Kortko at 7:29. Blades won 13-2.
- Lethbridge Broncos at Saskatoon, March 23, 1979, against Saskatoon Blades, second period. Duane Sutter scored at 8:41, Randy Ruff at 9:02, Ruff again at 9:14, and Doug Morrison at 9:33. Broncos won 9-7.
FASTEST FIVE GOALS:
76 secs - Saskatoon Blades at Saskatoon, November 9, 1982, against Prince Albert Raiders, first period. Lane Lambert scored at 6:37, Glen Olszewski scored at 6:52, Todd Strueby at 7:04, Roger Kortko scored at 7:29 and Joey Kocur at 7:53. Blades won 13-2.
FASTEST SIX GOALS:
114 secs - Saskatoon Blades at Saskatoon, November 9, 1982, against Prince Albert Raiders, first period. Perry Ganchar scored at 5:59, Lane Lambert scored at 6:37, Glen Olszewski scored at 6:52, Todd Strueby at 7:04, Roger Kortko scored at 7:29 and Joey Kocur at 7:53. Blades won 13-2.
FASTEST GOAL FROM START OF GAME:
5 secs - Seattle Thunderbirds, at Seattle, January 31, 1987 against Victoria Cougars. Dean Sexsmith scored at 0:05. Seattle won 7-6.
6 secs - Regina Pats, at Regina, November 2, 1987 against Victoria Cougars. Darren Kwiatkowski scored at 0:06. Regina won 9-2.
- Lethbridge Broncos, at Calgary, February 19, 1986 against Calgary Wranglers. Trent Kaese scored at 0:06. Lethbridge won 11-1.
- Nanaimo Islanders, at Victoria, January 29, 1983 against Victoria Cougars. Harry Mahood scored at 0:06. Nanaimo won 6-5.
- Estevan Bruins, at Estevan, October 16, 1969, against Calgary Centennials. Lorne Henning scored at 0:06. Bruins won 6-5.
- Saskatoon Blades, at Saskatoon, December 1, 1970, against Edmonton Oil Kings. Laurie Yaworski scored at 0:06. Blades won 8-3.
- Brandon Wheat Kings, at Victoria, November 5, 1977, against Victoria Cougars. Bill Derlago scored at 0:06. Teams tied 7-7.
FASTEST GOAL TO START ANY PERIOD:
4 secs - Calgary Hitmen at Calgary, February 24, 1996 against Lethbridge Hurricanes, second period. Mike Piersol scored at 0:04. Hurricanes won 6-4.
- Kelowna Rockets at Kelowna, January 10, 1996 against Prince George Cougars, second period. Ryan Wade scored at 0:04. Rockets won 9-4.
- Portland Winter Hawks, at Calgary, February 19, 1980 against Calgary Wranglers, third period. Gary Yaremchuk scored at 0:04.Winter Hawks won 5-4.
5 secs - Red Deer Rebels, in Red Deer, December 6, 2005 against Spokane Chiefs, second period. Luke Egener scored at 0:05. Chiefs won 5-4.
- Saskatoon Blades, in Saskatoon, November 15, 1988 against Medicine Hat Tigers, third period. Kevin Yellowaga scored at 0:05. Blades won 8-4.
- Calgary Centennials, at Calgary, January 13, 1976, against Edmonton Oil Kings, third period. Glenn Wylie scored at 0:05. Centennials won 5-3.
FASTEST GOAL TO START OVERTIME:
6 secs - Medicine Hat Tigers, at Portland, December 7, 1983 against Portland Winter Hawks. Mike Lay scored at 0:06. Tigers won 10-9.
7 secs - Seattle Breakers, at Seattle, November 24, 1979, against Regina Pats. Tom Stanger scored at 0:07. Breakers won 7-6.
FASTEST TWO SHORT HANDED GOALS:
6 secs - New Westminster Bruins, at Portland, January 28, 1987 against Portland Winter Hawks, second period. Scott Rawson scored at 17:43 and Glenn Mulvenna at 17:49. Bruins won 5-4.
- Winnipeg Warriors, at Winnipeg, December 29, 1981 against Lethbridge Broncos, third period. Dan Sylvester scored at 7:32 and Randy Gilhen at 7:38. Warriors won 6-5.
MOST SHORT HANDED GOALS (ONE PERIOD, ONE TEAM):
4 - Regina Pats, at Regina. February 11, 1983 against Portland Winter Hawks, second period. Pats won 9-4.
MOST SHORT HANDED GOALS (ONE GAME, ONE TEAM):
5 - Saskatoon Blades, at Prince Albert, October 27, 1982 against Prince Albert Raiders. Blades won 7-5.
MOST POWER PLAY GOALS (ONE GAME, ONE TEAM):
10 - Tri-City Americans, at Seattle, October 3, 1990 against Seattle Thunderbirds. Americans won 19-3.
- Tri-City Americans, at Tri-Cities, September 30, 1990 against Victoria Cougars. Americans won 16-3.
- Swift Current Broncos, at Moose Jaw, January 17, 1989 against Moose Jaw Warriors. Broncos won 11-3.
MOST SHOTS ON GOAL:
85 - Brandon Wheat Kings, at Brandon, March 12, 1979, against Regina Pats. Brandon won 14-4.
ATTENDANCE (SINGLE GAME):
20,888 – Calgary Hitmen, at McMahon Stadium versus Regina Pats, February 21, 2011. Pats won 3-2.
19,103 - Portland Winter Hawks, at Rose Garden, versus Seattle Thunderbirds, March 15, 1997. Teams tied 6-6.
19,017 - Calgary Hitmen, at Pengrowth Saddledome versus Saskatoon Blades, March 11, 2007. Hitmen won 5-1.
18,655 - Portland Winter Hawks, at Rose Garden, versus Saskatoon Blades, October 26, 1995. Winter Hawks won 5-4.
18,279 - Calgary Hitmen, at Pengrowth Saddledome versus Red Deer March 11, 2005. Hitmen and Rebels tied 2-2.
18,028 - Calgary Hitmen, at Pengrowth Saddledome vs Kootenay Ice March 13, 2005. Ice won 4-2.
17,520 - Portland Winter Hawks, at Rose Garden, versus Kamloops Blazers, March 16, 1996. Blazers won 6-2.
16,850 - Portland Winter Hawks, at Rose Garden, versus Kamloops Blazers, January 20, 1996. Blazers won 3-0.
16,814 - Portland Winter Hawks, at Rose Garden, versus Seattle Thunderbirds, December 31, 1997. Winter Hawks won 4-3.
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