WHL Record Book

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.

 

TEAM - Single Season
 

MOST POINTS:

125    - Brandon Wheat Kings, 1978-79. Won 58, lost 5, tied 9 (72 games).
122    - Calgary Hitmen, 2008-09. Won 59, lost 9, 3 OTL, 1 SOL  (72 games).
121    - Victoria Cougars, 1980-81. Won 60, lost 11, tied 1 (72 games).
120    - Calgary Hitmen, 1999-00. Won 58, lost 12, tied 2 (72 games).
119    - Vancouver Giants, 2008-09. Won 57, lost 10, 3 OTL, 2 SOL (72 games).
          - Prince Albert Raiders, 1984-85. Won 58, lost 11, tied 3 (72 games).
117    - Portland Winterhawks, 2012-13. Won 57, lost 12, 1 OTL, 2 SOL (72 games).
116    - Brandon Wheat Kings, 1976-77. Won 54, lost 10, tied 8 (72 games).
115    - Saskatoon Blades, 2010-11. Won 56, lost 13, OTL 1, SOL 2 (72 games).

FEWEST POINTS:

12      - Victoria Cougars, 1989-90. Won 5, lost 65, tied 2 (72 games).
13      - Calgary Buffaloes, 1966-67. Won 4, lost 47, tied 5 (56 games).

FEWEST POINTS (MINIMUM 68 GAME SCHEDULE):

12      - Victoria Cougars, 1989-90. Won 5, lost 65, tied 2 (72 games).
18      - Winnipeg Warriors, 1983-84. Won 9, lost 63, tied 0 (72 games).
21      - New Westminster Bruins, 1979-80. Won 10, lost 61, tied 1 (72 games).
23      - Vancouver Nats, 1972-73. Won 10, lost 55, tied 3 (68 games).

MOST WINS:

60      - Victoria Cougars, 1980-81 (72 games).
59      - Calgary Hitmen, 2008-09 (72 games).
58      - Calgary Hitmen, 1999-00 (72 games).
          - Prince Albert Raiders, 1984-85 (72 games).
          - Brandon Wheat Kings, 1978-79 (72 games).

FEWEST WINS:

4        - Calgary Buffaloes, 1966-67 (56 games).

FEWEST WINS (MINIMUM 68 GAME SCHEDULE):

5        - Victoria Cougars, 1989-90 (72 games).
8        - Regina Pats, 1976-77 (72 games).

MOST LOSSES:

65      - Victoria Cougars, 1989-90 (72 games).
63      - Winnipeg Warriors, 1983-84 (72 games).
61      - New Westminster Bruins, 1979-80 (72 games).

FEWEST LOSSES:

5        - Brandon Wheat Kings, 1978-79 (72 games).
8        - Flin Flon Bombers, 1967-68 (60 games).

FEWEST LOSSES (MINIMUM 68 GAME SCHEDULE):

5        - Brandon Wheat Kings, 1978-79 (72 games).
10      - Portland Winter Hawks, 1978-79 (72 games).
10      - Brandon Wheat Kings, 1976-77 (72 games).

MOST TIES:

15      - New Westminster Bruins, 1972-73 (68 games).
          - Calgary Centennials, 1976-77 (72 games).

MOST OVERTIME GAMES:

23      - Moose Jaw Warriors, 2007-08. Won 4, lost 6, SW 5, SL 8 (72 games).
22      - Seattle Thunderbirds, 2006-07. Won 8, lost 3, SL 11 (72 games).
21      - Regina Pats, 2002-03. Won 2, lost 5, tied 14 (72 games).
          - Calgary Hitmen, 2004-05.  Won 5m lost 6, tied 9 (72 Games)
          - Lethbridge Hurricanes, 2010-11. Won 3, Lost 5, SW 5, SL 8 (72 games).
          - Seattle Thunderbirds, 2010-11. Won 4, lost 5, SW 7, SL 5 (72 games).
         
MOST OVERTIME WINS:

9        - Brandon Wheat Kings, 2004-05 (72 games).
          - Portland Winter Hawks, 1989-90 (72 games).
8        - Spokane Chiefs, 1994-95 (72 games).
          - Seattle Thunderbirds, 2000-01 (72 games).
          - Lethbridge Hurricanes, 2002-03 (72 games).
          - Brandon Wheat Kings, 2001-02 (72 games).
          - Prince George Cougars, 2002-03 (72 games).
          - Seattle Thunderbirds, 2006-07 (72 games).

MOST SHOOTOUT GAMES:

16        - Prince Albert Raiders, 2005-06 (72 games).
15        - Kelowna Rockets, 2011-12 (72 games).
14        - Red Deer Rebels, 2008-09 (72 games).

MOST SHOOTOUT WINS:

10        - Everett Silvertips, 2006-07 (72 games).
9          - Regina Pats, 2010-11 (72 games).
            - Kelowna Rockets, 2011-12 (72 games).
            - Red Deer Rebels, 2012-13 (72 games).

LONGEST WINNING STREAK:

24 - Victoria Cougars, February 6, 1981, through October 9, 1981. (Overlapping seasons)
22 - Estevan Bruins, October 6, 1967, through December 12, 1967.

LONGEST WINNING STREAK (Including playoffs):

27      - Victoria Cougars, February 6, 1981, through April 17, 1981.
23      - Brandon Wheat Kings, February 18, 1996, through April 14, 1996.
22      - Edmonton Oil Kings, February 24, 2012, through April 24, 2012.

LONGEST UNBEATEN STREAK:

49      - Brandon Wheat Kings, February 11, 1978 through December 13, 1978.

LONGEST UNBEATEN STREAK (ONE SEASON):

29      - Brandon Wheat Kings, September 25, 1978 through December 13, 1978.
26      - Kamloops Blazers, October 14, 1998 through December 9, 1998.

LONGEST WINNING STREAK AT HOME (ONE SEASON):

29      - Kamloops Blazers, November 13, 1993 through March 12, 1994.
24      - Tacoma Rockets, October 28, 1992 through February 13, 1993.
23      - Kelowna Rockets, October 18, 2012 through February 2, 2013.
22      - Medicine Hat Tigers, December 5, 1984 through March 12, 1985.
21      - Estevan Bruins, October 7, 1967, through February 6, 1968.
          - Flin Flon Bombers, November 19, 1967, through March 3, 1968.
          - Kamloops Blazers, January 5, 1993 through March 10, 1993.

LONGEST WINNING STREAK AT HOME (OVERLAPPING SEASONS):

33      - Kamloops Blazers, November 13, 1993 through October 8, 1994.
26      - Flin Flon Bombers, November 19, 1967 through November 1, 1968.

LONGEST WINNING STREAK AT HOME (OVERLAPPING SEASONS, INCLUDING PLAYOFFS):

30      - Kamloops Blazers, November 13, 1993 through April 2, 1994.
29      - Kamloops Blazers, February 21, 1984 through November 30, 1984.

LONGEST UNBEATEN STREAK AT HOME (ONE SEASON):

34      - New Westminster Bruins, October 5, 1973, through March 24, 1974.

LONGEST UNBEATEN STREAK AT HOME (OVERLAPPING SEASONS):

38      - New Westminster Bruins, March 18, 1973, through October 6, 1974.

MOST WINS AT HOME:

33      - Kamloops Blazers, 1989-90
          - Seattle Thunderbirds, 1989-90
          - Swift Current Broncos, 1988-89

FEWEST LOSSES AT HOME:

0        - New Westminster Bruins, 1973-74
2        - Kamloops Blazers, 1998-99
          - Lethbridge Hurricanes, 1989-90
          - Seattle Thunderbirds, 1989-90
          - Swift Current Broncos, 1988-89
          - Brandon Wheat Kings, 1978-79
          - New Westminster Bruins, 1975-76

LONGEST WINNING STREAK ON ROAD:

18      - Calgary Hitmen, Nov. 16, 1999 through Feb. 12, 2000.
12      - Portland Winter Hawks, Jan. 16 through Mar. 8, 1981.
          - Kelowna Rockets, Nov. 30, 2003 through Jan. 18, 2004.
          - Saskatoon Blades, Oct. 7, 2008 through Dec. 5, 2008.
10      - Calgary Hitmen, Nov. 21, 1997 through Jan. 7, 1998.
          - Swift Current Broncos, Oct. 18, 2003 through Dec. 3, 2003.
          - Portland Winterhawks, Jan. 25, 2013 through Feb. 23, 2013.

LONGEST UNBEATEN STREAK ON ROAD:

18      - Calgary Hitmen, February 21, 1999 through February 12, 2000.
17      - Brandon Wheat Kings, Febraury 11, 1978, through December 13, 1978.

MOST WINS ON ROAD:

29      - Portland Winterhawks, 2012-13.
28      - Calgary Hitmen, 1999-00.
          - Saskatoon Blades, 2008-09.
27      - Calgary Hitmen, 2008-09.
          - Vancouver Giants, 2008-09.
          - Prince Albert Raiders, 1984-85.
          - Victoria Cougars, 1980-81.

FEWEST LOSSES ON ROAD:

3        - Brandon Wheat Kings, 1978-79.

LONGEST LOSING STREAK:

32      - Victoria Cougars, November 22, 1989 through February 11, 1990.
25      - New Westminster Bruins, February 8 through March 24, 1981.
24      - Winnipeg Warriors, February 5 through March 21, 1984.

LONGEST WINLESS STREAK:

36      - Regina Pats, October 23, 1976, through January 23, 1977.

LONGEST LOSING STREAK AT HOME:

19      - Winnipeg Warriors, January 24 through March 21, 1984.
17      - Victoria Cougars, November 25, 1989 through February 6, 1990.
13      - Vancouver Nats, December 2, 1972, through February 2, 1973.
          - New Westminster Bruins, September 29, 1979 through December 7, 1979.

LONGEST WINLESS STREAK AT HOME:

19      - Winnipeg Warriors, January 24 through March 21, 1984.
16      - Vancouver Nats, December 2, 1972, through February 6, 1973.

LONGEST LOSING STREAK ON ROAD:

23      - Vancouver Nats, November 11, 1972, through March 4, 1973.
21      - Victoria Cougars, November 1, 1989, through February 11, 1990.

LONGEST WINLESS STREAK ON ROAD (ONE SEASON):

36 - Regina Pats, October 3, 1976, through March 27, 1977.
(Note: All streak records include overlapping seasons unless otherwise specified.)

LONGEST WINLESS STREAK ON ROAD (OVERLAPPING SEASONS):

38 - Regina Pats, March 26, 1976, through September 25, 1977.

MOST IMPROVED TEAM (CONSECUTIVE SEASONS):

62 points - Brandon Wheat Kings, 1991-92 - 28 points. 1992-93 - 90 points.
59 points - Saskatoon Blades, 2003-04 - 27 points. 2004-05 - 86 points.
57 points - Moose Jaw Warriors, 2004-05 - 39 points. 2005-06 - 96 points.
55 points - Kamloops Junior Oilers, 1981-82 - 37 points. 1982-83 - 92 points.
53 points - Spokane Chiefs, 1998-99 - 47 points. 1999-00 - 100 points.
52 points - Tri-City Americans, 1997-98 - 40 points. 1998-99 - 92 points.

MOST CONSECUTIVE 50 WIN SEASONS:

3        - Kamloops Blazers, 1989-92.
2        - Kamloops Blazers, 1993-95.
          - Edmonton Oil Kings, 2011-13
          - Calgary Hitmen, 1998-00.
          - Calgary Hitmen, 2008-10.
          - Medicine Hat Tigers, 1984-86.
          - Prince Albert Raiders, 1984-86.
          - Kamloops Junior Oilers/Blazers, 1983-85.
          - Portland Winter Hawks, 1979-81.
          - Victoria Cougars, 1979-81.

MOST CONSECUTIVE 40 WIN SEASONS:

7        - Regina Pats, 1979-86.
          - Kamloops Blazers, 1989-96.
          - Tri-City Americans, 2006-13.
6        - Medicine Hat Tigers, 1983-89.
          - Kamloops Jr. Oilers/Blazers, 1982-88.
          - Portland Winter Hawks, 1977-83.
          - Brandon Wheat Kings, 1992-98.
    
MOST CONSECUTIVE .500 SEASONS:

14      - Kamloops Jr. Oilers/Blazers, 1982-96.
          - Kootenay Ice, 1999-13.
9        - Estevan/New Westminster Bruins, 1970-79.
          - Prince Albert Raiders, 1983-92.
          - Medicine Hat Tigers, 2003-12.
          - Vancouver Giants, 2003-12.

MOST GOALS:

496    - Kamloops Blazers, 1986-87 (72 games).
495    - Portland Winter Hawks, 1982-83 (72 games).
491    - Brandon Wheat Kings, 1978-79 (72 games).
484    - Kamloops Blazers, 1989-90 (72 games).
481    - Prince Albert Raiders, 1984-85 (72 games).
467    - Kamloops Junior Oilers, 1983-84 (72 games).

FEWEST GOALS:

132    - Portland Winter Hawks, 2007-08 (72 games).
135    - Swift Current Broncos, 2004-05 (72 games).
140    - Saskatoon Blades, 2003-04 (72 games).
145    - Red Deer Rebels, 2007-08 (72 games).
146    - Portland Winter Hawks, 2006-07 (72 games).
154    - Regina Pats, 2004-05 (72 games).
          - Chilliwack Bruins, 2008-09 (72 games).

MOST GOALS AGAINST:

580    - Winnipeg Warriors, 1983-84 (72 games).
565    - Victoria Cougars, 1989-90 (72 games).
531    - Kelowna Wings, 1982-83 (72 games).

FEWEST GOALS AGAINST:

125    - Kelowna Rockets, 2003-04 (72 games).
137    - Kootenay Ice, 2004-05 (72 games).
139    - Kelowna Rockets, 2004-05 (72 games).
142    - Everett Silvertips, 2006-07 (72 games).
143    - Flin Flon Bombers, 1967-68 (60 games).
          - Medicine Hat Tigers, 2004-05 (72 games).
          - Vancouver Giants, 2006-07 (72 games).
144    - Seattle Thunderbirds, 2004-05 (72 games).
145    - Spokane Chiefs, 2008-09 (72 games).
149    - Everett Silvertips, 2004-05 (72 games).
153    - Everett Silvertips, 2003-04 (72 games).

MOST SHUTOUTS, ONE SEASON:

14      - Kelowna Rockets, 2003-04 (72 games).
          - Seattle Thunderbirds, 2004-05 (72 games).
          - Everett Silvertips, 2006-07 (72 games).
          - Vancouver Giants, 2006-07 (72 games).
13      - Medicine Hat, 2004-05 (72 games).
          - Red Deer Rebels, 2010-11 (72 games).
12      - Everett Silvertips, 2004-05 (72 games).
          - Kootenay Ice, 2004-05 (72 games).
          - Vancouver Giants, 2005-06 (72 games).
          - Vancouver Giants, 2008-09 (72 games).
          - Portland Winterhawks, 2012-13 (72 games).
         
MOST POWER PLAY GOALS

180    - Swift Current Broncos, 1988-89
165    - Portland Winter Hawks, 1988-89

MOST SHORT HANDED GOALS

31      - Spokane Chiefs, 1990-91.
30      - Flin Flon Bombers, 1977-78.
          - Tacoma Rockets, 1992-93.
          - Calgary Hitmen, 1999-00.
29      - Calgary Hitmen, 1998-99.

MOST 70 GOAL SCORERS:

3 - Brandon Wheat Kings, 1977-78. Bill Derlago, 89; Ray Allison, 74; Brian Propp, 70.
2 - Saskatoon Blades, 1975-76. Bernie Federko, 72; Blair Chapman, 71.
- Brandon Wheat Kings, 1976-77. Bill Derlago, 96; Dan Bonar, 75.
- Regina Pats, 1979-80. Doug Wickenheiser, 89; Mike Blaisdell, 71.
- Swift Current Broncos, 1992-93. Jason Krywulak, 81; Rick Girard, 71.

MOST 60 GOAL SCORERS:

3 - Seattle Thunderbirds, 1989-90. Glen Goodall, 76; Petr Nedved, 65; Victor Gervais, 64.
- Prince Albert Raiders, 1984-85. Dan Hodgson, 70; Dave Pasin, 64; Tony Grenier, 62.
- Regina Pats, 1981-82. Jock Callander, 79; Dave Michayluk, 62; Dale Derkatch, 62.
- Regina Pats, 1980-81. Jock Callander, 67; Brian Varga, 64; Dave Michayluk, 62.
- Brandon Wheat Kings, 1978-79. Brian Propp, 94; Laurie Boschman, 66; Ray Allison, 60.
- Brandon Wheat Kings, 1977-78. Bill Derlago, 89; Ray Allison, 74; Brian Propp, 70.
- Medicine Hat Tigers, 1975-76. Don Murdoch, 88; Morris Lukowich, 65; Greg Carroll, 60.

MOST 50 GOAL SCORERS:

5 - Lethbridge Hurricanes, 1989-90. Corey Lyons, 63; Kelly Ens, 62; Mark Greig, 55; Jason Ruff, 55; Wes Walz, 54.
- Regina Pats, 1981-82. Jock Callander, 79; Dave Michayluk, 62; Dale Derkatch, 62; Wally Schreiber, 56; Bre Pascal, 55.
4 - Seattle Thunderbirds, 1989-90. Glen Goodall, 76; Petr Nedved, 65; Victor Gervais, 64; Peter Kasowski, 50.
- Brandon Wheat Kings, 1987-88. Terry Menard, 56; Terry Yake, 55; Troy Kennedy, 55; Dale Marquette, 51.
- Saskatoon Blades, 1985-86. Larry DePalma, 61; Randy Smith, 60; Rod Matechuk, 57; Troy Vollhoffer, 55.
- Prince Albert Raiders, 1984-85. Dan Hodgson, 70; Dave Pasin, 64; Tony Grenier, 62; Ken Morrison, 51.
- Portland Winter Hawks, 1982-83. Randy Heath, 82; Cam Neely, 56; Grant Sasser, 54; Ken Yaremchuk, 51.
- New Westminster Bruins, 1975-76. Mark Lofthouse, 68; Fred Berry, 59; Rick Shinske, 52; Steve Clippingdale, 51.

MOST 40 GOAL SCORERS:

6 - Portland Winter Hawks, 1993-94. Lonny Bohonos, 62; Layne Roland, 50; Jason Wiemer, 45; Adam Deadmarsh, 43; Colin Foley, 42; Scott Nichol, 40.
- Lethbridge Hurricanes, 1989-90. Corey Lyons, 63; Kelly Ens, 62; Mark Greig, 55; Jason Ruff, 55; Wes Walz, 54; Bryan Bosch, 48.
- Portland Winter Hawks, 1982-83. Randy Heath, 82; Cam Neely, 56; Grant Sasser, 54; Ken Yaremchuk, 51; Alfie Turcotte,49; Ray Ferraro, 41.

5 - Swift Current Broncos, 1990-91. Geoff Sanderson, 62; Kimbi Daniels, 54; Todd Holt, 47; Tyler Wright, 41; Blake Knox, 40.
- Prince Albert Raiders, 1985-86. Pat Elynuik, 53; Ryan Stewart, 52; Dale McFee, 47; Tony Grenier, 42; Steve Gotaas, 40.
- Regina Pats, 1981-82. Jock Callander, 79; Dave Michayluk, 62; Dale Derkatch, 62; Wally Schreiber, 56; Brent Pascal, 55.
- Lethbridge Broncos, 1978-79. Gord Williams, 58; Doug Morrison, 56; Duane Sutter, 50; Earl Ingarfield, 43; Dave Snopek, 40.
- Medicine Hat Tigers, 1971-72. Jeff Ablett, 59; Stan Weir, 58; Lanny McDonald, 50; Derek Kuntz, 49; Tom Lysiak, 46.
- Swift Current Broncos, 1973-74. Dave Williams, 52; Don Larway, 46; Bryan Trottier, 41; Ian MacPhee, 41; Terry Ruskowski, 40.
- New Westminster Bruins, 1975-76. Mark Lofthouse, 68; Fred Berry, 59; Rick Shinske, 52; Steve Clippingdale, 51; Clayton Pachal, 41.

MOST 30 GOAL SCORERS:

9 - Kamloops Blazers, 1986-87. Rob Brown, 76; Robin Bawa, 57; Ron Shudra, 49; Darcy Norton 45; Glenn Mulvenna, 37; Warren Babe, 36; Doug Pickell, 34; Greg Hawgood, 30; Kelly Para, 30.
8 - New Westminster Bruins, 1975-76. Mark Lofthouse, 68; Fred Berry, 59; Rick Shinske, 52; Steve Clippingdale, 51; Clayton Pachal, 41; Harold Phillipoff, 38; Kevin Schamehorn, 32; Stan Smyl, 32.
- Portland Winter Hawks, 1980-81. Gary Yaremchuk, 56; Brian Shaw, 53; John Multan, 42; Lorne Bokshowan, 36; Perry Pelensky, 35; Ken Yaremchuk, 35; Robert Geale, 30; Tom McGillivery, 30.
- Victoria Cougars, 1980-81. Barry Pederson, 65; Rich Chernomaz, 49; Torrie Robertson, 45; Grant Rezansoff, 40; Paul Cyr, 36; Bud McCarthy, 35; Brad Palmer, 34; Mark Morrison, 31.
- Victoria Cougars, 1981-82, Paul Cyr, 52; Mark Morrison, 48; Stu Kulak, 38; Randy Wickware, 38; Rich Chernomaz, 36; Daryl Coldwell, 36; Geoff Courtnall, 35; Bryant Seaton, 32.

MOST 20 GOAL SCORERS:

12 - Medicine Hat Tigers, 1985-86.
- Portland Winter Hawks, 1980-81.

11 - Kamloops Blazers, 1989-90, 1986-87.
- Portland Winter Hawks, 1986-87, 1978-79.

MOST 100 POINT SCORERS:

7 - Portland Winter Hawks, 1982-83. Ken Yaremchuk, 160; Randy Heath, 151; Alfie Turcotte, 127; Cam Neely, 120; Grant Sasser, 119; Rich Kromm, 103; Brad Duggan, 100.
6 - Lethbridge Hurricanes, 1989-90. Corey Lyons, 142; Wes Walz, 140; Bryan Bosch, 138; Mark Greig, 135; Kelly Ens, 120; Jason Ruff, 119.
5 - Swift Current Broncos, 1988-89. Tim Tisdale, 139; Peter Kasowski, 131; Sheldon Kennedy, 106; Dan Lambert, 102; Brian Sakic, 100.
- Kamloops Blazers, 1986-87. Rob Brown, 212; Greg Hawgood, 123; Ron Shudra, 119; Robin Bawa, 113; Darcy Norton, 102.
- Saskatoon Blades, 1982-83. Roger Kortko, 161; Lane Lambert, 119; Perry Ganchar, 116; Todd Strueby, 110; Ross Lambert, 106.
- Regina Pats, 1981-82. Jock Callander, 190; Dave Michayluk, 173; Dale Derkatch, 142; Wally Schreiber 124; Brent Pascal, 101.
- Portland Winter Hawks, 1980-81. Jim Benning, 139; Gary Yaremchuk, 135; Brian Shaw, 118; Ken Yaremchuk, 103; Lorne Bokshowan, 101.
- Regina Pats, 1979-80. Doug Wickenheiser, 170; Ron Flockhart, 130; Darren Veitch, 122; Brian Varga, 118; Mike Blaisdell, 109.
- Medicine Hat Tigers, 1971-72. Tom Lysiak, 143; Stan Weir, 133; Jeff Ablett, 116; Lanny McDonald, 114; Derek Kuntz, 100.

MOST PENALTY MINUTES:

3,826 - Victoria Cougars, 1986-87.
3,744 - Spokane Chiefs, 1987-88.
3,692 - Spokane Chiefs, 1986-87.
3,664 - Spokane Chiefs, 1990-91
3,635 - Seattle Thunderbirds, 1987-88.
3,628 - Saskatoon Blades, 1986-87.
3,529 - Victoria Cougars, 1990-91
3,523 - Portland Winter Hawks, 1986-87.

ATTENDANCE (SINGLE SEASON):

362,227      - Calgary Hitmen, 2004-05 (36 home games)
334,812      - Calgary Hitmen, 2010-11 (36 home games)
334,791      - Calgary Hitmen, 2012-13 (36 home games)
326,637      - Calgary Hitmen, 2007-08 (36 home games)
326,215      - Calgary Hitmen, 2006-07 (36 home games)
323,036      - Calgary Hitmen, 2011-12 (36 home games)
319,802      - Calgary Hitmen, 2005-06 (36 home games)
318,601      - Calgary Hitmen, 2008-09 (36 home games)
315,763      - Portland Winter Hawks, 1995-96 (36 home games)
315,354      - Vancouver Giants, 2006-07 (36 home games)
313,822      - Vancouver Giants, 2007-08 (36 home games)
306,651      - Portland Winter Hawks, 1997-98 (36 home games)
305,439      - Portland Winter Hawks, 1996-97 (36 home games)
305,221      - Calgary Hitmen, 2009-10 (36 home games)
304,920      - Vancouver Giants, 2008-09 (36 home games)

 

TEAM - Playoffs

LONGEST WINNING STREAK (ONE SEASON):

12 - Calgary Hitmen, March 19, 2009 through April 22, 2009.
     - Vancouver Giants, March 8, 2006 through May 9, 2006.
     - Spokane Chiefs, March 27, 1991 through May 1, 1991.
     - Swift Current Broncos, Mar. 29, 1989 through Apr. 29, 1989.
     - Kamloops Jr. Oilers, March 23, 1984 through April 30, 1984.
11 - Brandon Wheat Kings, Mar. 31, 1979 through Apr. 19, 1979.
     - Kootenay Ice, March 30, 2011 through April 27, 2011.
     - Edmonton Oil Kings, March 23, 2012, through April 24, 2012.
10 - Brandon Wheat Kings, Mar. 21, 1996 through Apr. 14, 1996.
     - Kelowna Rockets, March 22, 2003 through April 19, 2003.

LONGEST UNBEATEN STREAK:

14    - Estevan Bruins (12-0-2), 1968 Playoffs.
12    - Calgary Hitmen, March 19, 2009 through April 22, 2009.
       - Vancouver Giants, March 8, 2006 through May 9, 2006.
       - Swift Current Broncos, Mar. 29, 1989 through Apr. 29, 1989.
       - Kamloops Jr. Oilers, March 23, 1984 through April 30, 1984.
       - N. Westminster Bruins, Mar. 31, 1976 through Apr. 26, 1976.

MOST GOALS IN ONE GAME (TEAM):

17 - Regina Pats, March 28, 1985, at Regina. Defeated Saskatoon Blades 17-3.
15 - Kamloops Blazers, April 8, 1988, at Kamloops. Defeated Spokane Chiefs 15-3.

MOST GOALS IN ONE GAME (BOTH TEAMS):

20 - Regina Pats versus Saskatoon Blades, March 28, 1985, at Regina. Pats won 17-3.
   - Flin Flon Bombers versus Regina Pats, April 12, 1978, at Flin Flon. Bombers won 11-9.

19 - Portland Winter Hawks versus Victoria Cougars, April 11, 1983, at Portland. Hawks won 11-8.
   - Regina Pats versus Brandon Wheat Kings, March 26, 1982, at Regina. Pats won 13-6.
   - Billings Bighorns versus Medicine Hat Tigers, April 14, 1978, at Medicine Hat. Bighorns won 10-9.

MOST GOALS IN ONE PERIOD:

9 - Saskatoon Blades, March 30, 1986, at Saskatoon, second period. Defeated Moose Jaw Warriors 12-5.
8 - Regina Pats, April 9, 1984, at Brandon, second period. Defeated Brandon Wheat Kings 10-8.
  - Saskatoon Blades, April 1, 1975, at Saskatoon. Defeated Brandon Wheat Kings 13-3.

FASTEST TWO GOALS (BOTH TEAMS):

5 secs - Brandon Wheat Kings and Calgary Wranglers, at Calgary, April 3, 1980, second period. Dave Chartier scored at 16:01 for Brandon and Glen Merkosky scored at 16:06 for Calgary. Wheat Kings won 10-3.

FASTEST TWO GOALS (ONE TEAM):

6 secs - Brandon Wheat Kings, at Brandon, April 24, 1979, against Lethbridge Broncos first period. Brad McCrimmon scored at 2:54 and Laurie Boschman at 3:00. Wheat Kings won 13-3.

FASTEST THREE GOALS (BOTH TEAMS):

23 secs - Vancouver Giants and Kamloops Blazers, at Vancouver, March 20, 2010, third period. Craig Cunningham scored at 3:58 for Vancouver, James Henry scored at 4:14 for Vancouver, and Dalibor Bortnak scored at 4:21 for Kamloops.  Giants won 6-3.

FASTEST THREE GOALS (ONE TEAM):

26 secs - Winnipeg Jets, at Winnipeg, April 19, 1970, against Flin Flon Bombers, first period. Henry Boucha scored at 18:50, Brian Howe at 19:04 and Jim Hargreaves at 19:16. Jets won 10-1.

FASTEST GOAL FROM START OF GAME:

7 secs - Medicine Hat Tigers, at Medicine Hat, April 15, 1988, against Saskatoon Blades. Trevor Linden scored at 0:07.  Tigers won 6-5.
8 secs - Saskatoon Blades, at Saskatoon, April 1, 1983, against Lethbridge Broncos. Perry Ganchar scored at 0:08.  Blades won 5-1.
       - Regina Pats, at Brandon, March 28, 1981, against Brandon Wheat Kings. Darren Galley scored at 0:08. Pats won 4-3.

FASTEST GOAL TO START ANY PERIOD:

6 secs - Victoria Cougars, at Portland, April 16, 1983, against Portland Winter Hawks second period. Geoff Courtnall scored at 0:06. Cougars lost 8-7
7 secs - Brandon Wheat Kings, at Lethbridge, April 1, 1994, against Lethbridge Hurricanes, second period. Darren Ritchie scored at 0:07. Wheat Kings lost                7-1.
       - Medicine Hat Tigers, at Medicine Hat, April 15, 1988, against Saskatoon Blades, first period. Trevor Linden scored at 0:07. Tigers won 6-5.
       - Victoria Cougars, at Victoria, April 25, 1981, against Calgary Wranglers second period. Rob Jacobsen scored at 0:07. Cougars won 5-1.

FASTEST GOAL TO START OVERTIME:

9 secs - Lethbridge Broncos, at Lethbridge, April 11, 1979, against Calgary Wranglers. Gord Williams scored at 0:09.  Broncos won 7-6.

LONGEST GAME:


136 mins, 56 secs - Kamloops Blazers at Kootenay Ice, March 25, 2003. Ice won 3-2.
126 mins, 5 secs  - Spokane Chiefs at Vancouver Giants, April 10, 2009. Chiefs won 3-2.
122 mins, 46 secs - Lethbridge Hurricanes at Regina Pats, March 21,1996. Pats won 3-2.
119 mins, 41 secs - Saskatoon Blades at Medicine Hat Tigers, April 8, 2006. Tigers won 4-3.
119 mins, 34 secs - Vancouver Giants at Chilliwack Bruins, March 25, 2008. Giants won 4-3.

ATTENDANCE (SINGLE GAME):

17,139 - Calgary Hitmen, at Canadian Airlines Saddledome, versus Kootenay Ice, April 29, 2000. Ice 6-5 (OT).
17,139 - Calgary Hitmen, at Canadian Airlines Saddledome, versus Kamloops Blazers, May 7, 1999. Hitmen won 5-2.
17,039 - Calgary Hitmen, at Pengrowth Saddledome, versus Lethbridge Hurricanes, March 30, 2005. Hitmen won 5-2.
16,916 - Calgary Hitmen, at Canadian Airlines Saddledome, versus Brandon Wheat Kings, April 17, 1998. Wheat Kings won 4-1.
16,291 - Calgary Hitmen, at Pengrowth Saddledome, versus Lethbridge Hurricanes, March 29, 2005. Hitmen won 4-0.
16,183 - Vancouver Giants, at Pacific Coliseum, versus Kelowna Rockets, April 2, 2005. Rockets won 3-2.
16,109 - Calgary Hitmen, at Pengrowth Saddledome, versus Brandon Wheat Kings, April 13, 2005. Hitmen won 4-2.

 

INDIVIDUAL - Single Game

MOST GOALS:

7 - Kimbi Daniels, Swift Current Broncos, Oct. 2, 1990 at Medicine Hat, against Medicine Hat Tigers. Broncos won 7-4.
- Dennis Holland, Portland Winter Hawks, November 23, 1988, at Portland, against Kamloops Blazers. Winter Hawks won 10-5.
- Mark Mackay, Moose Jaw Warriors, December 19, 1984, at Moose Jaw, against Brandon Wheat Kings. Warriors won 12-3.
- Ray Ferraro, Brandon Wheat Kings, January 5, 1984, at Brandon, against Prince Albert Raiders. Wheat Kings won 15-4.
- Brian Propp, Brandon Wheat Kings, January 25, 1977, at Brandon, against Portland Winter Hawks. Wheat Kings won 12-6.

MOST GOALS IN TWO CONSECUTIVE GAMES:

11 - Reg Leach, Flin Flon Bombers, February 10 & 11, 1968, at Flin Flon, against Swift Current Broncos. Leach scored 5 goals on February 10 and 6 goals February 11.

MOST SHORTHANDED GOALS:

3 - Kalvin Knibbs, Tri-City Americans, January 31, 1990, at Tri-Cities, against Spokane Chiefs. Americans won 9-6.
- Glen Goodall, Seattle Thunderbirds, January 27, 1990, at Victoria, against Victoria Cougars. Thunderbirds won 10-4.
- Peter Schaefer, Brandon Wheat Kings, March 14, 1997, at Brandon against Medicine Hat Tigers. Wheat Kings won 8-1
- Brett McLean, Kelowna Rockets, November 18, 1997, at Kelowna against Regina Pats. Rockets won 5-4.

MOST GOALS BY A DEFENCEMAN:

4 - Braydon Coburn, Portland Winter Hawks, February 4, 2005, at Seattle. Winter Hawks won 7-4.
- Richie Regehr, Portland Winter Hawks, November 27, 2002, versus Prince George Cougars. Winter Hawks won 10-2.
- Nathan Paetsch, Moose Jaw Warriors, January 26, 2002, versus Swift Current Broncos. Warriors won 7-1.
- Deron Quint, Seattle Thunderbirds, March 2, 1995, at Tri-Cities against Tri-Cities Americans. Thunderbirds won 6-3.
- Sergei Klimentiev, Medicine Hat Tigers, March 12, 1995, at Lethbridge against Lethbridge Hurricanes. Tigers won 4-3.
- Justin Kurtz, Brandon Wheat Kings, February 28, 1997, at Brandon against Moose Jaw Warriors. Warriors won 6-5.

MOST ASSISTS:

8 - Brian Sakic, Tri-City Americans, October 3, 1990, at Seattle, against Seattle Thunderbirds. Americans won 19-3.
7 - Maxim Bets, Spokane Chiefs, March 16, 1994, at Spokane, against Victoria Cougars. Chiefs won 13-6.
- Wes Walz, Lethbridge Hurricanes, March 2, 1990, at Lethbridge, against Prince Albert Raiders. Hurricanes won 13-3.
- Stu Barnes, Tri-City Americans, October 29, 1989, at Tri-Cities, against Brandon Wheat Kings. Americans won 10-3.
- Troy Mick, Portland Winter Hawks, November 23, 1988, at Portland, against Kamloops Blazers. Winter Hawks won 10-5.
- Dale Marquette, Brandon Wheat Kings, October 9, 1987, at Brandon, against Swift Current. Brandon won 12-5.
- Brian Noonan, New Westminster Bruins, January 27, 1985, at New Westminster, against Moose Jaw Warriors. Bruins won 16-4.
- Doug Trapp, Regina Pats, October 10, 1984, at Regina, against Seattle Breakers. Pats won 12 -3.
- John Neeld, Seattle Breakers, November 24, 1979, at Seattle, against New Westminster Bruins. Breakers won 11-5.

MOST POINTS:

10 - Brian Sakic, Tri-City Americans (2 goals, 8 assists), October 3, 1990, at Seattle, against Seattle Thunderbirds. Americans won 19-3.
- Kelly Glowa, Brandon Wheat Kings (5 goals, 5 assists), January 9, 1983, at Brandon, against Prince Albert Raiders. Wheat Kings won 12-6.
- Dennis Sobchuk, Regina Pats (6 goals, 4 assists), January 19, 1973, at Regina, against Brandon Wheat Kings. Pat won 11-3.
- Tom Lysiak, Medicine Hat Tigers (4 goals, 6 assists), December 30, 1971, at Medicine Hat, against Edmonton Oil Kings. Tigers won 12-6.
- Gerry Pinder, Saskatoon Blades (6 goals, 4 assists), March 12, 1967, at Saskatoon, against Calgary Buffaloes. Blades won 17-5.

MOST GOALS IN ONE PERIOD:

5 - Mike Bradbury, Brandon Wheat Kings, March 21, 1976, at Flin Flon, against Flin Flon Bombers, third period. Wheat Kings won 11-5.
- Dennis Sobchuk, Regina Pats, January 19, 1973, at Regina, against Brandon Wheat Kings, second period. Pats won 11-3.
- Boyd Anderson, Medicine Hat Tigers, October 7, 1972, at Medicine Hat, against Flin Flon Bombers, third period. Tigers won 10-1.
- Gerry Pinder, Saskatoon Blades, March 12, 1967, at Saskatoon, against Calgary Buffaloes, third period. Blades won 17-5.

MOST ASSISTS IN ONE PERIOD:

6 - Craig Lyons, Kamloops Blazers, February 7, 1992, at Kamloops, against Tacoma Rockets, second period. Blazers won 13-0.
5 - Daymond Langkow, Tri-City Americans, March 18, 1995, at Tri-Cities, against Portland Winter Hawks, third period. Americans won 7-2.
- Brian Sakic, Tri-City Americans, October 3, 1990, at Seattle, against Seattle Thunderbirds, third period. Americans won 19-3.
- Stu Barnes, Tri-City Americans, October 29, 1989, at Tri-Cities, against Spokane Chiefs, first period. Americans won 10-3.
- Bill Derlago, Brandon Wheat Kings, March 21, 1976, at Flin Flon, against Flin Flon Bombers, third period. Wheat Kings won 11 -5.
- Kevin McCarthy, Winnipeg Clubs, February 13, 1976, at Winnipeg, against Calgary Centennials, second period. Clubs won 10-7.

MOST POINTS IN ONE PERIOD:

7 - Mike Bradbury, Brandon Wheat Kings, March 21, 1976, at Flin Flon, against Flin Flon Bombers, third period (5 goals, 2 assists). Wheat Kings won 11-5.
- Gerry Pinder, Saskatoon Blades, March 12, 1967, at Saskatoon, against Calgary Buffaloes, third period (5 goals, 2 assists). Blades won 17-5.

FASTEST TWO GOALS:

5 secs - Shayne Toporowski, Prince Albert Raiders, November 7, 1992, at Prince Albert, against Regina Pats, first period. Toporowski scored at 11:33 and 11:38. Raiders won 6-3.
- Wayne Babych, Portland Winter Hawks, November 30, 1976, at Portland, against Regina Pats, first period. Babych scored at 5:19 and 5:24. Winter Hawks won 15-1.
- Bob Young, Winnipeg Jets, January 7, 1968, at Winnipeg, against Brandon Wheat Kings, third period. Young scored at 14:14 and 14:19. Jets won 10-1.
- Nels Jacobsen, Winnipeg Jets, December 19, 1968, at Brandon, against Brandon Wheat Kings, third period. Jacobsen scored at 10:05 and 10:10. Jets won 9 -3.
- Matt Schmermund, Kamloops Blazers, October 20, 2006, at Kamloops, against Saskatoon Blades, second period.  Schmermund scored at 12:53 and 12:58.  Blazers won 8-5.

FASTEST THREE GOALS:

24 secs - Jim Harrison, Estevan Bruins, December 4, 1966, at Estevan, against Regina Pats, third period. Harrison scored at 19:31, 19:44 and 19:55. Bruins won 6-5.

FASTEST FOUR GOALS:

2 mins, 35 secs - Boyd Anderson, Medicine Hat Tigers, October 7, 1972, at Medicine Hat, against Flin Flon Bombers, third period. Anderson scored at 10:08, 10:17. 11:50 and 12:47. Tigers won 10-1.

FASTEST FIVE GOALS:

3 mins, 7 secs - Boyd Anderson, Medicine Hat Tigers, October 7, 1972, against Flin Flon Bombers, third period. Anderson scored at 10:08, 10:17, 11:50, 12:47 and 13:15. Tigers won 10-1.

FASTEST TWO GOALS FROM START OF GAME:

15 secs – Kamloops Blazers, at Victoria, January 27, 2012 against Victoria Royals.  Tim Bozon scored at 0:08 and at 0:15 of the first period.  Victoria won 4-2.

MOST SAVES BY A GOALTENDER (REGULATION):

72 - Lucas Gore, Chilliwack Bruins at Spokane Chiefs, March 16, 2011.  Spokane won 2-1 in a shootout.

MOST SAVES BY A GOALTENDER (REGULATION & OVERTIME):

77 - Lucas Gore, Chilliwack Bruins at Spokane Chiefs, March 16, 2011.  Spokane won 2-1 in a shootout.

INDIVIDUAL - Single Season

MOST GAMES PLAYED:

80      - Scott Kolewaski, Regina Pats and Seattle Breakers, 1977-78.
78      - Sean Harder, Seattle Breakers and Portland Winter Hawks, 1983-84.
77      - Troy Kennedy, Brandon Wheat Kings and Tri-City Americans, 1988-89.

MOST GOALS:

108    - Ray Ferraro, Brandon Wheat Kings, 1983-84 (72 games).
96     - Bill Derlago, Brandon Wheat Kings, 1976-77 (72 games).
94     - Brian Propp, Brandon Wheat Kings, 1978-79 (71 games).
93     - Jim McGeough, Billings Bighorns, 1981-82 (71 games).
90     - Ron Chipperfield, Brandon Wheat Kings, 1973-74 (66 games).
89     - Kyle Reeves, Tri-City Americans, 1990-91 (63 games).
       - Bill Derlago, Brandon Wheat Kings, 1977-78 (52 games).
       - Doug Wickenheiser, Regina Pats, 1979-80 (71 games).
       - Cliff Ronning, New Westminster Bruins, 1984-85 (71 games).

FASTEST 50 GOALS (IN GAMES):

27      - Bill Derlago, Brandon Wheat Kings, 1977-78.
32      - Kyle Reeves, Tri-City Americans, 1990-91.
        - Ray Ferraro, Brandon Wheat Kings, 1983-84.
33      - Brian Propp, Brandon Wheat Kings, 1978-79.
34      - Ron Chipperfield, Brandon Wheat Kings, 1973-74.
35      - Len Barrie, Kamloops Blazers, 1989-90.
        - Todd Bergen, Prince Albert Raiders, 1983-84.
36      - Reg Leach, Flin Flon Bombers, 1967-68.

LONGEST GOAL SCORING STRING (GAMES):

18 - Cliff Ronning, New Westminster Bruins, November 6, 1984 through December 15, 1984 (27 goals).
16 - Jason Ruff, Lethbridge Hurricanes, January 16, 1991 through February 27, 1991 (20 goals).
   - Glen Goodall, Seattle Thunderbirds, November 28, 1989 through January 5, 1990 (22 goals).
15 - Chris Herperger, Seattle Thunderbirds, February 4, 1995 through March 8, 1995 (22 goals).
   - Dale Derkatch, Regina Pats, September 29, 1982 through November 7, 1982 (30 goals).
   - Brian Propp, Brandon Wheat Kings, September 29, 1978 through November 4, 1978 (28 goals).

MOST ASSISTS:

136    - Rob Brown, Kamloops Blazers, 1986-87.
125    - Bruce Eakin, Saskatoon Blades, 1981-82.
122    - Brian Sakic, Tri-City Americans, 1990-91.
119    - Dan Hodgson, Prince Albert Raiders, 1983-84.
118    - Ray Whitney, Spokane Chiefs, 1990-91.
       - Cam Plante, Brandon Wheat Kings, 1983-84.
117    - Bobby Clarke, Flin Flon Bombers, 1967-68.
115    - Bernie Federko, Saskatoon Blades, 1975-76.
       - Rob Brown, Kamloops Blazers, 1985-86.
112    - Brian Propp, Brandon Wheat Kings, 1977-78.
          - Dan Hodgson, Prince Albert Raiders, 1984-85.

LONGEST ASSIST SCORING STRING (GAMES):

30 - Jim Benning, Portland Winter Hawks, January 14 through March 25, 1981 (53 assists)
29 - Ken Federko, Saskatoon Blades, February 22 through October 20, 1978 (44 assists)

MOST POINTS:

212 - Rob Brown, Kamloops Blazers (76 goals, 136 assists), 1986-87.
197 - Cliff Ronning, New Westminster Bruins (89 goals, 108 assists), 1984-85 (70 games).
194 - Brian Propp, Brandon Wheat Kings (94 goals, 100 assists), 1978-79 (71 games).
192 - Ray Ferraro, Brandon Wheat Kings (108 goals, 84 assists), 1983-84 (72 games).
190 - Jock Callander, Regina Pats (79 goals, 111 assists), 1981-82 (71 games).
187 - Bernie Federko, Saskatoon Blades (72 goals, 115 assists), 1975-76 (72 games).
185 - Ray Whitney, Spokane Chiefs (67 goals, 118 assists), 1990-91 (72 games)
    - Len Barrie, Kamloops Blazers (85 goals, 100 assists), 1989-90 (70 games).
182 - Brian Propp, Brandon Wheat Kings, (70 goals, 112 assists), 1977-78 (70 games).
181 - Dan Hodgson, Prince Albert Raiders, (62 goals, 119 assists), 1983-84 (66 games).

LONGEST POINT SCORING STRING (GAMES) ONE SEASON:

56 - Jeff Nelson, Prince Albert Raiders, October 24, 1990 through March 6, 1991 (108 points).
47 - Jock Callander, Regina Pats, October 30, 1981 through February 23, 1982 (141 points).
   - Wally Schreiber, Regina Pats, October 20, 1981 through February 23, 1982 (99 points).
45 - Jim Benning, Portland Winter Hawks, December 4, 1980 through March 25, 1981 (95 points).

MOST PENALTY MINUTES:

511 - Brent Gogol, 46 with Victoria Cougars and 465 with Billings Bighorns, 1977-78 (68 games).
508 - Mel Hewitt, 96 with Saskatoon Blades and 412 with Calgary Wranglers, 1977-78 (68 games).
505 - Kerry Toporowski, Spokane Chiefs, 1990-91 (65 games).

MOST PENALTY MINUTES, GOALTENDER:

117 - Ron Hextall, Brandon Wheat Kings, 1983-84 (46 games).
90  - Randy Ireland, none with Saskatoon Blades and 90 with Portland Winter Hawks, 1976-77 (47 games).

MOST GOALS BY A CENTRE:

108 - Ray Ferraro, Brandon

MOST ASSISTS BY A CENTRE:

136 - Rob Brown, Kamloops Blazers, 1986-87.

MOST POINTS BY A CENTRE:

212 - Rob Brown, Kamloops Blazers, 1986-87.

MOST GOALS BY A LEFT WING:

94 - Brian Propp, Brandon Wheat Kings, 1978-79.

MOST ASSISTS BY A LEFT WING:

112 - Brian Propp, Brandon Wheat Kings, 1977-78.

MOST POINTS BY A LEFT WING:

194 - Brian Propp, Brandon Wheat Kings, 1978-79.

MOST GOALS BY A RIGHT WING:

89 - Kyle Reeves, Tri-City Americans, 1990-91.

MOST ASSISTS BY A RIGHT WING:

111 - Dave Michayluk, Regina Pats, 1981-82.

MOST POINTS BY A RIGHT WING:

173 - Dave Michayluk, Regina Pats, 1981-82.

MOST GOALS BY A ROOKIE:

82 - Don Murdoch, Medicine Hat Tigers, 1974-75.

MOST ASSISTS BY A ROOKIE:

80 - Petr Nedved, Seattle Thunderbirds, 1989-90.
   - Dale Derkatch, Regina Pats, 1981-82.
   - Brian Propp, Brandon Wheat Kings, 1976-77.

MOST POINTS BY A ROOKIE:

145 - Petr Nedved, Seattle Thunderbirds (65 goals, 80 assists), 1989-90.
142 - Dale Derkatch, Regina Pats (62 goals, 80 assists), 1981-82.
141 - Don Murdoch, Medicine Hat Tigers (82 goals, 59 assists), 1974-75.

MOST POINTS BY A ROOKIE DEFENCEMAN:

93 - Robin Sadler, Edmonton Oil Kings (32 goals, 61 assists), 1974-75.
92 - Doug Bodger, Kamloops Junior Oilers (26 goals, 66 assists), 1982-83.

MOST GOALS BY A DEFENCEMAN:

50 - Lawrence Sacharuk, Saskatoon Blades, 1971-72.

MOST ASSISTS BY A DEFENCEMAN:

118 - Cam Plante, Brandon Wheat Kings, 1983-84.
111 - Jim Benning, Portland Winter Hawks, 1980-81.

MOST POINTS BY A DEFENCEMAN:

140 - Cam Plante, Brandon Wheat Kings (22 goals, 118 assists), 1983-84.
139 - Jim Benning, Portland Winter Hawks (28 goals, 111 assists), 1980-81.

MOST POINTS BY A GOALTENDER:

12 - Bart Hunter, Regina Pats, 1979-80.
11 - Don Blishen, Tri-City Americans, 1989-90.

MOST GOALS BY A GOALTENDER:

1 - Jason Clague, Red Deer Rebels, versus Lethbridge Hurricanes, March 28, 1994 (playoffs).
  - Jeff Calvert, Tacoma Rockets, versus Moose Jaw Warriors, December 29, 1992.
  - Chris Osgood, Medicine Hat Tigers, versus Swift Current Broncos, January 3, 1991.
  - Olaf Kolzig, Tri-City Americans, versus Seattle Thunderbirds, November 29, 1989.
  - Jordan McLaughlin, Prince George Cougars, versus Vancouver Giants, March 5, 2003.

MOST HAT TRICKS (THREE OR MORE GOALS PER GAME):

15 - Ray Ferraro, Brandon Wheat Kings, 1983-84.
13 - Randy Heath, Portland Winter Hawks, 1982-83.
   - Brian Propp, Brandon Wheat Kings, 1978-79.
   - Bill Derlago, Brandon Wheat Kings, 1977-78.
12 - Perry Turnbull, Portland Winter Hawks, 1978-79.
   - Ron Chipperfield, Brandon Wheat Kings, 1973-74.
   - Chuck Arnason, Flin Flon Bombers, 1970 -71.

MOST FIRST GOALS OF GAME SCORED:

15 - Shane Harper, Everett Silvertips, 2009-10.
13 - Brad Rubachuk, Lethbridge Hurricanes, 1990-91.
     - Dale Derkatch, Regina Pats, 1982-83.
     - Doug Wickenheiser, Regina Pats, 1979-80.
     - Errol Rausse, Seattle Breakers, 1978-79.
     - Ryan Howse, Chilliwack Bruins, 2009-10

MOST GAME WINNING GOALS:

16 - Brian Propp, Brandon Wheat Kings, 1978-79.
14 - Nigel Dawes, Kootenay Ice, 2004-05.
   - Pavel Brendl, Calgary Hitmen, 1999-00.
   - Darcy Tucker, Kamloops Blazers, 1994-95.
   - Tim Tookey, Portland Winter Hawks, 1979-80.
13 - Jaroslav Svejkovsky, Tri-City Americans, 1995-96.
   - Kelly Kisio, Calgary Wranglers, 1979-80.
   - Florent Robidoux, Portland Winter Hawks, 1979-80.
   - Ray Podloski, Portland Winter Hawks, 1985-86.
   - Jason Krywulak, Swift Current Broncos, 1992-93.

MOST ASSISTS ON GAME WINNING GOALS:

17 - Dale Derkatch, Regina Pats, 1982-83.
16 - Brad Moran, Calgary Hitmen, 1999-00
   - Jim Benning, Portland Winter Hawks, 1980-81.
   - Jim McMasters, Calgary Centennials, 1971-72.

MOST OVERTIME GOALS:

5  - Eric Fehr, Brandon Wheat Kings, 2004-05.
4  - Frank Kovacs, Regina Pats, 1990-91.

MOST POWER PLAY GOALS:

47 - Jason Krywulak, Swift Current Broncos, 1992-93.
43 - Ray Ferraro, Brandon Wheat Kings, 1983-84.
   - Rick Girard, Swift Current Broncos, 1992-93.
40 - Dennis Holland, Portland Winter Hawks, 1988-89.
   - Ken Morrison, Kamloops Blazers, 1985-86.

MOST ASSISTS ON POWER PLAY GOALS:

63 - Brian Sakic, Tri-City Americans, 1990-91.
   - Darren Kruger, Swift Current Broncos, 1988-89.
61 - Rob Brown, Kamloops Blazers, 1986-87.
59 - Brian Propp, Brandon Wheat Kings, 1977-78.

MOST SHORTHANDED GOALS:

14 - Al Stewart, Prince Albert Raiders, 1983-84.
12 - Victor Gervais, Seattle Thunderbirds, 1988-89.
   - Ray Ferraro, Brandon Wheat Kings, 1983-84.
   - Don Kozak, Edmonton Oil Kings, 1970-71.

HIGHEST PLUS/MINUS:

+87 - Len Barrie, Kamloops Blazers, 1989-90.

CONSECUTIVE 60 GOAL SEASONS:

3 - Dale Derkatch, Regina Pats, 1981-82 (62), 1982-83 (84), 1983-84 (72).

MOST GAMES PLAYED, GOALTENDER:

71 - Steve Passmore, Victoria Cougars, 1991-92.
70 - Gord Laxton, New Westminster Bruins, 1974-75.

MOST MINUTES PLAYED, GOALTENDER:

4,228  - Steve Passmore, Victoria Cougars, 1991-92 (71 games).
4,069  - Ed Dyck, Calgary Centennials, 1970-71 (66 games).
4,056  - Kevin Nastiuk, Medicine Hat Tigers, 2003-04 (68 games).
4,013  - Calvin Pickard, Seattle Thunderbirds, 2010-11 (68 games).

MOST GOALS ALLOWED, GOALTENDER:

383 - Eldon "Pokey" Reddick, Nanaimo Islanders, 1982-83 (66 games).
355 - Jack Cummings, Vancouver Nats, 1972-73 (64 games).

MOST SAVES, GOALTENDER:

2,562 - Steve Passmore, Victoria Cougars, 1991-92 (71 games).
2,469 - Jack Cummings, Vancouver Nats, 1971-72 (64 games).
2,443 - Calvin Pickard, Seattle Thunderbirds, 2010-11 (68 games).

MOST WINS, GOALTENDER:

49 - Glen Hanlon, Brandon Wheat Kings, 1976-77 (65 games)
48 - Corey Hirsch, Kamloops Blazers, 1989-90 (63 games).
   - Grant Fuhr, Victoria Cougars, 1980-81 (59 games).
47 - Trevor Kruger, Swift Current Broncos, 1988-89 (59 games).
46 - Chet Pickard, Tri-City Americans, 2007-08 (64 games).
   - Milan Hnilicka, Swift Current Broncos, 1992-93 (65 games).

MOST SHUTOUTS, GOALTENDER:

13 - Bryan Bridges, Seattle Thunderbirds, 2004-05 (58 games).
     - Kelly Guard, Kelowna Rockets, 2003-04 (62 games).
     - Darcy Kuemper, Red Deer Rebels, 2010-11 (62 games)
11 - Justin Pogge, Calgary Hitmen, 2005-06 (54 games).
     - Dustin Slade, Vancouver Giants, 2005-06 (56 games).
     - Leland Irving, Everett Silvertips, 2006-07 (48 games).
10 - Chris Worthy, Flin Flon Bombers, 1967-68 (54 games).
     - Mike Wall, Everett Silvertips, 2004-05 (56 games).
     - Tyson Sexsmith, Vancouver Giants, 2006-07 (51 games).

BEST GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE, GOALTENDER (40 PERCENT OF MINUTES PLAYED):

1.56 - Kelly Guard, Kelowna Rockets, 2003-04 (95 goals allowed in 3,652 minutes).
1.66 - Matt Keetley, Medicine Hat Tigers, 2004-05 (51 goals allowed in 1846 minutes).
1.72 - Justin Pogge, Calgary Hitmen, 2005-06 (93 goals allowed in 3,237 minutes).
1.76 - Jeff Glass, Kootenay Ice, 2004-05 (90 goals allowed in 3061 minutes).
1.79 - Bryan Bridges, Seattle Thunderbirds, 2004-05 (101 goals allowed in 3381 minutes).
        - Tyson Sexsmith, Vancouver Giants, 2006-07 (91 goals allowed in 3047 minutes).
1.83 - Derek Yeomans, Kelowna Rockets, 2004-05 (100 goals allowed in 3277 minutes).

LONGEST SHUTOUT STRING (GAMES), GOALTENDER:

4 - Chris Worthy, Flin Flon Bombers, December 29, 1967 through January 13, 1968.

LONGEST SHUTOUT STRING (MINUTES), GOALTENDER:

265 mins, 13 secs - Chris Worthy, Flin Flon Bombers, December 23 1967 through January 13, 1968.

 

INDIVIDUAL - Playoffs, Single Game

MOST GOALS IN A GAME:

5 - Dave Chartier, Brandon Wheat Kings, March 27, 1981, at Brandon, against       Regina Pats. Wheat Kings won 13-4.
- Don Nachbaur, Billings Bighorns, April 20, 1978, at Vancouver, against New Westminster Bruins. Bighorns won 7-4.
- Dave Kryskow, Edmonton Oil Kings, March 25, 1971, at Edmonton, against Saskatoon Blades. Oil Kings won 12-5.
- Max Reinhart, Kootenay Ice, April 27, 2011, at Cranbrook, against Medicine Hat Tigers.  Ice won 7-2.

MOST ASSISTS IN A GAME:

7 - Dale Derkatch, Regina Pats, March 26, 1982, at Regina, against Brandon Wheat Kings. Pats won 13-6.
6 - Darryl Sydor, Kamloops Blazers, March 22, 1991 at Kamloops, against Tri-City Americans. Blazers won 11-5.
  - Kent Hayes, Moose Jaw Warriors, April 9, 1986, at Regina, against Regina Pats. Warriors won 9-5.
  - Ray Ferraro, Brandon Wheat Kings, March 30, 1984, at Virden, Man., against   Lethbridge Broncos. Wheat Kings won 10-2.

MOST POINTS IN A GAME:

8 - Alfie Turcotte Portland Winter Hawks (4 goals, 4 assists), March 26, 1983 at Seattle, against Seattle Breakers. Winter Hawks won 13-4.
   - Dave Chartier, Brandon Wheat Kings (5 goals, 3 assists), March 27, 1981, at Brandon, against Regina Pats. Wheat Kings won 13-4.
7 - Darryl Sydor, Kamloops Blazers (1 goal, 6 assists), March 22, 1991, at Kamloops, against Tri-City Americans. Blazers won 11-5.
- Dale Derkatch, Regina Pats (7 assists), March 26, 1982, at Regina, against Brandon, Wheat Kings. Pats won 13-6.
- Dave Kryskow, Edmonton Oil Kings (5 goals, 2 assists), March 25, 1971, at Edmonton, against Saskatoon Blades. Oil Kings won 12-5.

MOST GOALS IN ONE PERIOD:

3 - Dan Baum, Prince George Cougars, April 1, 2002, against Kootenay Ice, first period. Cougars won 6-3.
- Layne Ulmer, Swift Current Broncos, March 31, 2000, against Prince Albert Raiders, second period. Broncos won 6-2.
- Milan Kraft, Prince Albert Raiders, March 30, 2000, at Swift Current, third period. Raiders 3-2.
- Shawn McNeil, Red Deer Rebels, March 27, 1999, vs Brandon Wheat Kings, second period. Rebels 9-5.
- Jeremy Stasiuk, Spokane Chiefs, April 4, 1995, against Tri-City Americans, first period. Chiefs won 9-1.
- Shayne Toporowski, Prince Albert Raiders, against Regina Pats, third period. Raiders won 7-4.
- Lyndon Byers, Regina Pats, April 21, 1984, against Medicine Hat Tigers, second period. Pats won 6-2.
- Doug Saunders, Kamloops Junior Oilers, April 14, 1984, against Portland Winter Hawks, third period. Oilers won 10-5.
- Ron Flockhart, Regina Pats, April 5, 1980, against Medicine Hat Tigers. Pats lost 7-6.
- Kim Bosch, Lethbridge Broncos, March 25, 1980, against Regina Pats. Broncos lost 8-7.
- Brent Ashton, Saskatoon Blades, April 14, 1979, against Brandon Wheat Kings. Blades lost 6-4.
- Gord Williams, Lethbridge Broncos, April 9, 1979, against Calgary Wranglers. Broncos won 9-7.
- Brad Kempthorne, Brandon Wheat Kings, April 8, 1979, against Saskatoon Blades. Wheat Kings won 13-1.
- Don Nachbaur, Billing Bighorns, April 20, 1978, against New Westminster Bruins. Bighorns won 7-4.
- Pat Conacher, Billings Bighorns, April 14, 1978, against Medicine Hat Tigers. Bighorns won 10-9.
- Steve Tsujiura, Medicine Hat Tigers, April 8, 1978, against Lethbridge Broncos. Tigers won 10-4.
- Mike Fynn, Lethbridge Broncos, April 7, 1977, at Lethbridge, against Saskatoon Blades. Broncos won 10-5.
- Bernie Federko, Saskatoon Blades, April 28, 1976, at Saskatoon, against New Westminster Bruins. Blades won 10-3.
- Bill Bell, Regina Pats, April 1, 1974, at Regina, against Saskatoon Blades. Pats won 6-3.
- Lanny McDonald, Medicine Hat Tigers, April 5, 1973, against Calgary Centennials, first period. Tigers won 6-3.
- Mike Rogers, Calgary Centennials, March 30, 1973, against Medicine Hat Tigers, second period. Centennials won 7-5.
- Mike Wanchuk, Regina Pats, April 11, 1972, at Regina, against Flin Flon Bombers, second period. Pats won 9-1.
- Dan Spring, Edmonton Oil Kings, March 25, 1971, at Regina, against Saskatoon Blades, first period. Oil Kings won 12-5.
- Rick Sentes, Regina Pats, April 24, 1967, at Regina, against Estevan Bruins, second period. Pats won 6-3.
- Matt Calvert, Brandon Wheat Kings, April 20, 2010, at Brandon, against Calgary Hitmen, second period.  Hitmen won 6-3.

FASTEST TWO GOALS:

7 secs - Ron Sutter, Lethbridge Broncos, April 24, 1983, at Portland, against Portland Winter Hawks, second period. Sutter scored at 19:21 and 19:28 Broncos won 7-4.
- Bill Derlago, Brandon Wheat Kings, April 9, 1978, at Brandon, against Flin Flon Bombers, third period. Derlago scored at 1:02 and 1:09. Wheat Kings won 9-6.

FASTEST THREE GOALS:

2 mins, 39 secs - Doug Saunders, Kamloops Junior Oilers, April 14, 1984, at Portland against Portland Winter Hawks, third period. Saunders scored at 5:32, 6:03 and 8:11. Oilers won 10-5.
4 mins, 8 secs - Shawn McNeil, Red Deer Rebels, March 27, 1999 at Red Deer against Brandon Wheat Kings, second period. McNeil scored at 7:16, 7:38 and 11:24. Rebels won 9-5.
4 mins, 13 secs - Mike Fynn, Lethbridge Broncos, April 7, 1977, at Lethbridge against Saskatoon Blades, second period. Fynn scored at 13:13, 13:55, 17:26. Broncos won 10-5.

MOST SHORTHANDED GOALS, ONE PERIOD:

3 - Matt Calvert, Brandon Wheat Kings, April 20, 2010, at Brandon, against Calgary Hitmen, second period.  Hitmen won 6-3.

INDIVIDUAL - Playoffs, Single Season

MOST GAMES PLAYED IN ONE SEASON'S PLAYOFF:

25 - Craig Berube, Al Conroy, Doug Houda, Gord Hynes, Dale Kushner, Dave Mackey, Wayne McBean, Scott McCrady, Mark Pederson, Guy Phillips, and Jeff Wenaas of the Medicine Hat Tigers, 1986.
   - Dave Babych, Keith Brown, Ron Chorney, Ed Cooper, Jim Dobson, Joel Elliot, Florent Robidoux, Don Stewart, Alvin Szott, Mike Toal, Tim Tookey, Blake Wesley and Bart Yachimec of the Portland Winter Hawks, 1979.

MOST GOALS IN ONE SEASON'S PLAYOFF:

24 - Blair Chapman, Saskatoon Blades, 1976 (20 games).
22 - Ron Sutter, Lethbridge Broncos, 1983 (20 games).
21 - Dean Evason, Kamloops Junior Oilers, 1984 (17 games).
   - Jason Podollan, Spokane Chiefs, 1996 (18 games).
   - Taylor Hall, Regina Pats, 1984 (23 games).
   - Pavel Brendl, Calgary Hitmen, 1999 (20 games).
20 - Dan Spring, Edmonton Oil Kings, 1971 (17 games).
   - Doug Morrison, Lethbridge Broncos, 1979 (19 games).
   - Ty Rattie, Portland Winterhawks, 2012-13 (21 games).

MOST ASSISTS IN ONE SEASON'S PLAYOFF:

41 - Dale Derkatch, Regina Pats, 1984 (23 games).
30 - Keith Brown, Portland Winter Hawks, 1979 (25 games).
28 - Doug Wickenheiser, Regina Pats, 1980 (18 games).
   - Rob Brown, Kamloops Blazers, 1986 (16 games).
27 - Bernie Federko, Saskatoon Blades, 1976 (20 games).
   - Tom Lysiak, Medicine Hat Tigers, 1973 (17 games).
26 - Bill Hobbins, Calgary Wranglers, 1981 (22 games).
   - Jock Callander, Regina Pats, 1982 (20 games)
   - Dan Hodgson, Prince Albert Raiders, 1985 (13 games).
   - Andy Schneider, Swift Current Broncos, 1993 (17 games).

MOST POINTS IN ONE SEASON'S PLAYOFF:

53 - Dale Derkatch, Regina Pats, (12 goals, 41 assists), 1984 (23 games).
46 - Rob Brown, Kamloops Blazers, (18 goals, 28 assists), 1986 (16 games). - Pavel Brendl, Calgary Hitmen, (21 goals, 25 assists), 1999 (20 games).
45 - Bernie Federko, Saskatoon Blades, (18 goals, 27 assists), 1976 (20 games).
43 - Bill Hobbins, Calgary Wranglers, (17 goals, 26 assists), 1981 (22 games). - Blair Chapman, Saskatoon Blades, (24 goals, 19 assists), 1976 (20 games).
42 - Brad Moran, Calgary Hitmen, (17 goals, 25 assists), 1999 (21 games).

MOST POINTS BY A DEFENCEMAN IN ONE SEASON'S PLAYOFF:

34 - John Miner, Regina Pats, (9 goals, 25 assists), 1984 (23 games).
33 - Keith Brown, Portland Winter Hawks, (3 goals, 30 assists), 1979 (25 games).
31 - Darren Veitch, Regina Pats, (13 goals, 18 assists), 1980 (18 games).
   - Greg Hawgood, Kamloops Blazers, (9 goals, 22 assists), 1986 (16 games).
30 - Matt Kinch, Calgary Hitmen, (7 goals, 23 assists), 1999 (21 games).

MOST PENALTY MINUTES IN ONE SEASON'S PLAYOFF:

169 - Jeff Crawford, Regina Pats, 1982 (19 games).
155 - Leigh Verstraete, Calgary Wranglers, 1981 (21 games).
152 - Bob Gassoff, Medicine Hat Tigers, 1973 (17 games).

MOST GAMES PLAYED IN ONE SEASON'S PLAYOFF, GOALTENDER:

24      - Tyler Plante, Brandon Wheat Kings, 2005
23      - Martin Jones, Calgary Hitmen, 2010.
         - Cam Ward, Red Deer Rebels, 2003
         - Cam Ward, Red Deer Rebels, 2002
         - Jamie Reeve, Regina Pats, 1984.
         - Bart Hunter, Portland Winter Hawks, 1979.
         - Matt Keetley, Medicine Hat Tigers, 2007.
22      - Mike Vernon, Calgary Wranglers, 1981.
         - Shane Bendera, Red Deer Rebels, 2001
         - B.J. Boxma, Kootenay Ice, 2002.
         - Joey Perricone, Moose Jaw Warriors, 2006.
         - Tyson Sexsmith, Vancouver Giants, 2007.
         - Mark Guggenberger, Kelowna Rockets, 2009.
         - Mac Carruth, Portland Winterhawks, 2012.
         - Laurent Brossoit, Edmonton Oil Kings, 2013.

MOST MINUTES PLAYED IN ONE SEASON'S PLAYOFF, GOALTENDER:

1,503 - Cam Ward, Red Deer Rebels, 2002 (23 games).
1,408 - Tyler Plante, Brandon Wheat Kings, 2005 (24 games).
1,407 - Cam Ward, Red Deer Rebels, 2003 (23 games).
1,404 - Shane Bendera, Red Deer Rebels, 2001 (22 games).
1,401 - Martin Jones, Calgary Hitmen, 2010 (23 games).
1,393 - Jamie Reeve, Regina Pats, 1984 (23 games).
         - Bart Hunter, Portland Winter Hawks, 1979 (23 games).
1,374 - Mark Guggenberger, Kelowna Rockets, 2009 (22 games).
1,353 - B.J Boxma, Kootenay Ice, 2002 (22 games).
1,352 - Dustin Tokarski, Spokane Chiefs, 2008 (21 games).

MOST SAVES IN ONE SEASON'S PLAYOFF, GOALTENDER:

718 - Mac Carruth, Portland Winterhawks, 2012 (22 games).
713 - Jamie Reeve, Regina Pats, 1984 (23 games).
706 - Bart Hunter, Portland Winter Hawks, 1979 (23 games).
      - Tyler Plante, Brandon Wheat Kings, 2005 (24 games).
703 - Mac Carruth, Portland Winterhawks, 2011 (21 games).
662 - Cam Ward, Red Deer Rebels, 2002 (23 games).
622 - Dan Blackburn, Kootenay Ice, 2000 (21 games)
609 - Chris Smith, Regina Pats, 1982 (20 games).
594 - Larry Lozinsky, Flin Flon Bombers, 1973 (16 games).

MOST SHUTOUTS IN ONE SEASON'S PLAYOFF, GOALTENDER:

6 - Dustin Slade, Vancouver Giants, 2006 (18 games).
5 - Mac Carruth, Portland Winterhawks, 2013 (21 games).
   - Laurent Brossoit, Edmonton Oil Kings, 2013 (22 games).
4 - Derek Yeomans, Kelowna Rockets, 2005 (20 games).
   - Jeff Harvey, Everett Silvertips, 2004 (20 games).
   - Kevin Nastiuk, Medicine Hat Tigers, 2004 (20 games).
   - Kelly Guard, Kelowna Rockets, 2003 (19 games)
   - Shane Bendera, Red Deer Rebels, 2001 (22 games)
   - Matt Keetley, Medicine Hat Tigers, 2007 (23 games)
   - Tyson Sexsmith, Vancouver Giants, 2007 (22 games)

LONGEST SHUTOUT STRING (GAMES), GOALTENDER:

3 - Dustin Slade, Vancouver Giants, April 22, April 25, and April 27, 2006.
2 - Derek Yeomans, Kelowna Rockets, April 12 and April 14, 2005.
   - Kevin Nastiuk, Medicine Hat Tigers, May 1 and May 4, 2004.
   - Cam Ward, Red Deer Rebels, April 11 and April 16, 2004.
   - Brent Krahn, Seattle Thunderbirds, April 7 and April 9, 2003
   - Kenton Rein, Prince Albert Raiders, March 31 and April 2, 1986.
   - Bernie Germaine, Regina Pats, April 24 and April 26, 1972.
   - Larry Hendrick, Edmonton Oil Kings, April 30 and May 2, 1972.
   - Don McLeod, Edmonton Oil Kings, March 21 and March 22, 1967.

LONGEST SHUTOUT STRING (MINUTES), GOALTENDER:

199 mins, 17 secs - Dustin Slade, Vancouver Giants, April 22, 2006 through May 5, 2006.
196 mins, 45 secs - Kenton Rein, Prince Albert Raiders, March 29, 1986 through April 5, 1986.
196 mins, 29 secs - Kevin Nastiuk, Medicine Hat Tigers, April 30, 2004 through May 5, 2004.
186 mins, 27 secs - Cam Ward, Red Deer Rebels, April 9, 2004 through April 17, 2004.
186 mins, 15 secs - Dustin Tokarski, Spokane Chiefs, April 14, 2008 through April 20, 2008.
170 mins, 56 secs - Kelly Guard, Kelowna Rockets, March 23, 2003 through March 27, 2003.

MOST POINTS IN ONE SEASON'S PLAYOFF, GOALTENDER:

5 - Darrell Furmanek, Medicine Hat Tigers, 1978 (11 games).

MOST PENALTY MINUTES IN ONE SEASON'S PLAYOFF, GOALTENDER:

31 - Randy Ireland, Saskatoon Blades, 1976 (15 games).

 

CAREER, Regular Season

MOST GAMES PLAYED:

399 - Glen Goodall, Seattle, 1984-90.
372 - Rob Dumas, Seattle - Spokane, 1984-90.
357 - Brad Moran, Calgary, 1995-00.
355 - Brent Ascroft, Tri-City, 1992-97.
353 - Dwight Mullins, Calgary - Lethbridge, Saskatoon, 1982-88.
352 - Frank Kovacs, Regina, 1987-92.
351 - Craig Endean, Regina - Seattle, 1983-88.
       - Mark Polak, Medicine Hat, 1992-97.
       - Troy Rutkowski, Portland Winterhawks, 2008-13.
       - Justin Feser, Tri-City Americans, 2008-13
350 - Blake Knox, Swift Current, Seattle, 1988-92.
       - Cam Braes, Lethbridge, Moose Jaw, 2007-12.
349 - Geordie Wudrick, Swift Current, Kelowna, 2005-11.

MOST GOALS SCORED:

262 - Glen Goodall, Seattle, 1984-90 (399 games).
261 - Ron Chipperfield, Brandon, 1970-74 (252 games).
234 - Bill Derlago, Brandon, 1974-78 (209 games).
230 - Craig Endean, Regina - Seattle, 1983-88 (351 games).
222 - Dale Derkatch, Regina, 1981-84 (204 games).
220 - Jim McGeough, Regina - Billings - Nanaimo, 1979-83 (224 games).
219 - Brian Propp, Brandon, 1976-79 (213 games).
216 - Todd Holt, Swift Current, 1989-94 (321 games).
204 - Troy Mick, Portland - Regina, 1985-90 (267 games).
204 - Brad Moran, Calgary, 1995-00 (357 games).
201 - Theoren Fleury, Moose Jaw, 1984-88 (274 games).

MOST ASSISTS SCORED:

405 - Brian Sakic, Swift Current - Tri-City, 1987-92 (343 games).
343 - Rob Brown, Kamloops, 1983-87 (242 games).
326 - Greg Hawgood, Kamloops, 1983-88 (310 games).
325 - Todd Robinson, Portland, 1994-99 (317 games).
311 - Glen Goodall, Seattle, 1984-90, (399 games).
305 - Dan Hodgson, Prince Albert, 1982-85 (202 games).
301 - Rob Brown, Kamloops, 1984-87 (192 games).
299 - Craig Endean, Regina, 1983-88 (351 games).
292 - Brian Propp, Brandon, 1976-79 (213 games).
290 - Todd Robinson, Portland, 1994 -98 (281 games).
288 - Ray Allison, Brandon, 1974-79 (242 games).
        - Al Conroy, Medicine Hat, 1982-86 (266 games).
280 - Ken Yaremchuk, Portland, 1979-83 (210 games).
276 - Kevin McCarthy, Winnipeg, 1973-77 (276 games).
271 - Theoren Fleury, Moose Jaw, 1984-88 (274 games).
269 - Dale Derkatch, Regina, 1981-84 (204 games).

MOST POINTS SCORED:

591 - Brian Sakic, Swift Current - Tri-City (186 goals, 405 assists), 1987-92 (343 games)
573 - Glen Goodall, Seattle (262 goals, 311 assists), 1984-90 (399 games).
529 - Craig Endean, Seattle - Regina (230 goals, 299 assists), 1983-88 (351 games).
522 - Rob Brown, Kamloops (179 goals, 343 assists), 1983-87 (242 games).
511 - Brian Propp, Brandon (219 goals, 292 assists), 1976-79 (213 games).
493 - Dan Hodgson, Prince Albert (188 goals, 305 assists), 1982-85 (202 games).
491 - Dale Derkatch, Regina (222 goals, 269 assists), 1981-84 (204 games).
476 - Ray Allison, Brandon (188 goals, 288 assists), 1974-79 (242 games).
473 - Greg Hawgood, Kamloops (147 goals, 326 assists), 1983-88 (310 games).
472 - Theoren Fleury, Moose Jaw, (201 goals, 271 assists), 1984-88 (274 games).
470 - Ron Chipperfield, Brandon (261 goals, 209 assists), 1970 -74 (252 games).
        - Todd Robinson, Portland (145 goals, 325 assists), 1994-99 (317 games).
466 - Troy Mick, Portland - Regina (204 goals, 262 assists), 1985-90 (267 games).
464 - Rob Brown, Kamloops, (163 goals, 301 assists), 1984-87 (192 games).

MOST PENALTY MINUTES:

1,406 - Derek Davis, Edmonton - Great Falls - Medicine Hat, 1978-81 (200 games).
1,337 - Doug Lecuyer, Edmonton - Calgary - Portland, 1973-78 (302 games).
1,213 - Ted Olson, Edmonton - Calgary, 1973-76 (192 games).
1,149 - John Badduke, Regina - Victoria - Portland, 1988-93 (261 games).
1,137 - Boris Fistric, New Westminster - Brandon, 1977-80 (166 games).
1,087 - Randy Turnbull, Portland, 1978-82 (198 games).
1,036 - Bryan Wells, Regina - Brandon, 1982-87 (218 games).
1,030 - Leigh Verstraete, Billings - Calgary, 1978-82 (218 games).
1,025 - Brantt Myhres, Portland - Lethbridge - Spokane, 1990-94 (241 games).
1,023 - Paul Mulvey, Edmonton - Portland, 1974-78 (245 games).
1,006 - Cory Dosdall, Regina - Tri-City - Lethbridge, 1989-94 (301 games).
1,002 - David Jesiowloski, Moose Jaw - Spokane - Lethbridge - Seattle, 1991-95 (256 games).

MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES PLAYED:

321 –Justin Feser, Tri-City Americans, January 7, 2009 through March 17, 2013.
311 -Dwayne Newman, Brandon and Victoria, February 2, 1988 through March 17, 1992.
289 -Terry McDonald, Edmonton Oil Kings, October 8, 1971 through November 14, 1975.
       -Adam Taylor, Kootenay Ice, March 17, 2001 through March 19, 2005.
288 - Steven Kuhn, Spokane Chiefs, September 18, 2008, through March 17, 2012.


GOALTENDERS

MOST GAMES PLAYED:

245    - Kurtis Mucha, Portland - Kamloops, 2005-10.
241    - Calvin Pickard, Seattle, 2008-12.
233    - Kyle Moir, Swift Current, 2002-07.
229    - Jeff Calvert, Moose Jaw - Tacoma, 1989-94.
225    - Aaron Sorochan, Prince Albert - Vancouver - Lethbridge, 2000-05.
224    - Danny Lorenz, Seattle, 1986-90.
215    - Steve Passmore, Tri-City - Victoria - Kamloops, 1988-94.
213    - Bryan Bridges, Kootenay - Seattle, 2001-06.
211    - Dale Masson, Kamloops - Victoria, 1989-94.
          - Joey Perricone, Moose Jaw, 2003-08.

MOST MINUTES PLAYED:

14,025        - Calvin Pickard, Seattle, 2008-12.
13,708        - Kurtis Mucha, Portland - Kamloops, 2005-10.
12,774        - Kyle Moir, Swift Current, 2002-07.
12,634        - Danny Lorenz, Seattle, 1986-90.
12,368        - Aaron Sorochan, Prince Albert - Vancouver - Lethbridge, 2000-05.
12,226        - Jeff Calvert, Moose Jaw - Tacoma, 1989-94.
12,149        - Steve Passmore, Tri-City - Victoria - Kamloops, 1989-94.
12,131        - Evan Lindsay, Tri-City - Prince Albert, 1995-00.
12,052        - Ed Staniowski, Regina, 1971-75.
12,027        - Bryan Bridges, Kootenay - Seattle, 2001-06.
11,813        - Joey Perricone, Moose Jaw, 2003-08.
11,463        - Dale Masson, Kamloops - Victoria, 1989-94.
11,440        - Trevor Robins, Saskatoon - Brandon, 1989-93.

MOST SAVES:

7,727          - Calvin Pickard, Seattle, 2008-12 (241 games).
6,958          - Danny Lorenz, Seattle, 1986-90 (224 games).
6,908          - Kurtis Mucha, Portland - Kamloops, 2005-10 (245 games).
6,676          - Steve Passmore, Tri-City - Victoria - Kamloops, 1988-94 (215 games).
6,255          - Jack Cummings, Edmonton - Vancouver, 1969-73 (184 games).
6,143          - Jeff Calvert, Moose Jaw - Tacoma, 1989-94 (227 games).
6,126          - Kyle Moir, Swift Current Broncos, 2002-07 (233 games).
6,024          - Ed Staniowski, Regina, 1971-75 (206 games).
5,837          - Evan Lindsay, Tri-City - Prince Albert, 1995-99 (208 games).
5,722          - Dale Masson, Kamloops - Victoria, 1989-94 (211 games).
5,652          - Mark Frank, Lethbridge - Medicine Hat, 1978-83 (197 games).
5,650          - Ron Loustel, Saskatoon - Brandon, 1979-83 (166 games).
5,647          - Aaron Sorochan, Prince Albert - Vancouver - Lethbridge

MOST SHUTOUTS:

26      - Tyson Sexsmith, Vancouver, 2005-09 (179 games).
21      - Bryan Bridges, Seattle, Kootenay, 2001-06 (213 games).
          - Leland Irving, 2003-08 (195 games)
20      - Justin Pogge, Cgy, P.G, 2003-06 (151 games).
          - Dustin Slade, Kam, Brn, Reg, Van, 2002-07 (132 games).
19      - Kelly Guard, Kelowna , 2002-04, (115 games).
          - Darcy Kuemper, Red Deer Rebels, 2008-11 (178 games).
18      - Taylor Dakers, Kootenay, 2003-07 (137 games).
          - Matt Keetley, Medicine Hat, 2003-07 (152 games).
17      - Jeff Glass, Kootenay, 2002-05 (143 games).
16      - Kyle Moir, Swift Current, 2002-07(233 games).
          - Derek Yeomans, Kelowna, Seattle, 2003-07 (171 games).
          - Martin Jones, Calgary, 2006-10 (148 games).
15      - Devan Dubnyk, Kamloops, 2002-06 (192 games).
          - Scott Bowles, Cgy, P.G, 2003-07 (143 games).
          - Carey Price, Tri-City, 2002-07 (193 games).
          - Dustin Butler, Por, Kam, P.A, 2003-08 (195 games).
          - Dustin Tokarski, Spokane, 2006-09 (129 games).

BEST GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE (MINIMUM OF 60 GAMES PLAYED):

1.73   - Kelly Guard, Kelowna, 2002-04 (115 Games).
2.00   - Tyson Sexsmith, Vancouver, 2004-09 (179 Games).
2.05   - Matt Keetley, Medicine Hat, 2003-07 (152 Games).
       - Leland Irving, Everett, 2003-08 (195 games).
2.07   - Derek Yeomans, Kel, Sea, 2003-07 (171 Games).
2.12   - Cam Ward, Red Deer, 2001-04(159 games).
2.16   - Jeff Glass, Kootenay, 2002-05 (143 games).
2.18   - Dustin Tokarski, Spokane, 2006-09 (129 Games).
2.22   - Dustin Slade, Kam, Brn, Reg, Van, 2002-07 (132 games).
2.24   - Martin Jones, Calgary, 2006-10 (148 Games).
2.25   - Taylor Dakers, Kootenay, 2003-07 (137 games).
2.29   - Justin Pogge, Cgy, P.G, 2003-06 (151 games).
2.30   - Mike Wall, Everett, Prince George, 2001-05 (108 games).
2.48   - Chet Pickard, Tri-City, 2005-09 (169 Games).

 

CAREER, Playoffs

MOST GAMES PLAYED IN A CAREER:

87      - Shay Stephenson, Red Deer Rebels, 2000-04.
81      - Tyler Mosienko, Kelowna Rockets, 2001-05.
79      - Craig Cunningham, Vancouver Giants (58) and Portland Winterhawks (21), 2007-11.
77      - Lance Monych, Brandon Wheat Kings, 2001-05.
          - Troy Rutkowski, Portland Winterhawks, 2010-13.
76      - Ty Rattie, Portland Winterhawks, 2010-13.
75      - Brett Palin, Kelowna Rockets, 2002-05.
72      - Colin Sinclair, Kootenay Ice, 1998-03.
          - Boyd Gordon, Red Deer Rebels, 1999-03.
          - Joel Stepp, Red Deer Rebels, 1998-03.
          - Jeff Woywitka, Red Deer Rebels, 1999-03.
          - Tim Konsorada, Brandon Wheat Kings, 2001-05.
          - Blake Comeau, Kelowna Rockets, 2003-06.
          - Tyler Spurgeon, Kelowna Rockets, 2003-06.
          - Mike Card, Kelowna Rockets, 2003-06.
          - Michael Stone, Calgary Hitmen, 2007-10.
71      - Mark Pederson, Medicine Hat Tigers, 1983-88.
          - Colin Fraser, Red Deer Rebels, 2001-05.

MOST GOALS IN A CAREER:

50      - Ty Rattie, Portland Winterhawks, 2010-13 (76 games).
47      - Mark Pederson, Medicine Hat Tigers, 1983-88 (71 games).
41      - Reg Leach, Flin Flon Bombers, 1967-70 (50 games).
36      - Brian Propp, Brandon Wheat Kings, 1977-79 (46 games).
          - Ray Allison, Brandon Wheat Kings, 1975-79 (49 games).

MOST ASSISTS IN A CAREER:

73 - Dale Derkatch, Regina Pats, 1982-85 (54 games).
71 - Greg Hawgood, Kamloops Blazers, 1983-88 (66 games).
53 - Rob Brown, Kamloops Blazers, 1983-87 (51 games).
48 - Brad Moran, Calgary Hitmen, 1995-00 (52 games)
    - Brandon Kozun, Calgary Hitmen, 2008-10 (57 games).
45 - Al Conroy, Medicine Hat Tigers, 1982-86 (54 games).
     - Ty Rattie, Portland Winterhawks, 2010-13 (76 games).
44 - Ken Yaremchuk, Portland Winter Hawks, 1981-83 (40 games).

MOST POINTS IN A CAREER:

103 - Dale Derkatch, Regina Pats (30 goals, 73 assists), 1982-85 (54 games)
100 - Greg Hawgood, Kamloops Blazers, (29 goals, 71 assists), 1983-88 (66 games)
95 - Ty Rattie, Portland Winterhawks, (50 goals, 45 assists), 2010-13 (76 games)
86 - Rob Brown, Kamloops Blazers, (33 goals, 53 assists), 1983-87 (51 games)
82 - Brad Moran, Calgary Hitmen, (34 goals, 48 assists), 1995-00 (52 games)
77 - Brian Propp, Brandon Wheat Kings (36 goals, 41 assists), 1977-79 (46 games)
75 - Ray Allison, Brandon Wheat Kings (36 goals, 39 assists), 1976-79 (49 games)
71 - Al Conroy, Medicine Hat Tigers (26 goals, 45 assists), 1982-86 (54 games)

MOST PENALTY MINUTES IN A CAREER:

238 - Randy Turnbull, Portland Winter Hawks, 1979-82 (35 games).
228 - Boris Fistric, New Westminster Bruins, Brandon Wheat Kings, 1978-80 (38 games)
226 - Leigh Verstraete, Billings Bighorns, Calgary Wranglers, 1979-82 (38 games)

MOST GAMES PLAYED IN A CAREER, GOALTENDER:

75      - Mac Carruth, Portland, 2010-13.
65      - Cam Ward, Red Deer, 2001-04.
56      - Mark Fitzpatrick, Medicine Hat, 1984-88.
49      - Tyson Sexsmith, Vancouver Giants, 2007-09.
48      - Bart Hunter, Portland, Regina. 1978-80.
         - Ian Wilkie, Edmonton Oil Kings, 1967-70.