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NHL All-Star Game Record Book - Team Records

GAMES
TOTAL GOALS
SHOTS (SINCE 1955)
POWER-PLAY GOALS (SINCE 1950)
FASTEST GOALS
SINGLE-PERIOD RECORDS

GAMES
Overtime Games
  - January 25, 2009, at Montreal. Eastern 12, Western 11. No goals scored in OT.
OT goal scored at 1:08 by Mario Lemieux.
  - February 2, 2003, at Florida. Western 6, Eastern 5. No goals scored in OT.
Shootout results: Eastern - 1 goal/3 shots; Western - 0 goals/3 shots.
  - February 9, 1988, at St. Louis. Wales 6, Campbell 5.
OT goal scored at 1:08 by Mario Lemieux.
  - February 4, 1986, at Hartford. Wales 4, Campbell 3.
OT goal scored at 3:05 by Bryan Trottier.
  - January 24, 1978, at Buffalo. Wales 3, Campbell 2.
OT goal scored at 3:55 by Gilbert Perreault.
     
Shutout Games
  - January 18, 1967, at Montreal. Montreal 3, NHL All-Stars 0.
In goal: Charlie Hodge (40 minutes) and Gary Bauman (20 minutes).
     
TOTAL GOALS
Most Goals, Both Teams, One Game
 26 - North America 14, World 12, February 4, 2001, at Colorado.
23 - Eastern 12, Western 11, January 25, 2009, at Montreal
22 - Wales 16, Campbell 6, February 6, 1993, at Montreal.
21 - Team Lidstrom 11, Team Staal 10, January 30, 2011, at Carolina
- Western 12, Eastern 9, January 24, 2007, at Dallas.
19 - Wales 12, Campbell 7, January 21, 1990, at Pittsburgh.
18 - Eastern 11, Western 7, January 18, 1997, at San Jose.
     
Most Goals, One Team, One Game
16 - Wales 16, Campbell 6, February 6, 1993, at Montreal.
14 - North America 14, World 12, February 4, 2001, at Colorado.
12 - Wales 12, Campbell 7, January 21, 1990, at Pittsburgh.
  - World 12, North America 14, February 4, 2001, at Colorado.
  - Western 12, Eastern 9, January 24, 2007, at Dallas.
- Easter 12, Western 11, January 25, 2009, at Montreal
     
Fewest Goals, Both Teams, One Game
2 - First Team 1, Second Team 1, October 5, 1952, at Detroit.
  - NHL All-Stars 1, Montreal Canadiens 1, October 9, 1956, at Montreal.
3 - NHL All-Stars 2, Montreal Canadiens 1, October 1, 1960, at Montreal.
  - Montreal Canadiens 3, NHL All-Stars 0, January 18, 1967, at Montreal.
  - West 2, East 1, January 19, 1971, at Boston.
     
Fewest Goals, One Team, One Game
0 - NHL All-Stars 0, Montreal Canadiens 3, January 18, 1967, at Montreal.
1 - Accomplished 17 times, most recently in 1981.
     
SHOTS (SINCE 1955)
Most Shots, Both Teams, One Game
102 - Eastern 56, Western 46, January 22, 1994, at NY Rangers.
- Eastern 48, Western 54, January 25, 2009, at Montreal.
98 - North America 53, World 45, February 4, 2001, at Colorado.
91 - Team Lidstrom 46, Team Staal, 41, January 30, 2011, at Carolina
90 - Wales 49, Campbell 41, February 6, 1993, at Montreal.
 89 -  North America 50, World 39, February 2, 2002, at Los Angeles.
Fewest Shots, Both Teams, One Game
52 - Wales 40, Campbell 12, January 24, 1978, at Buffalo.
53 - NHL All-Stars 27, Montreal Canadiens 26, October 1, 1960, at Montreal.
55 - NHL All-Stars 28, Montreal Canadiens 27, October 9, 1956, at Montreal.
  - West 28, East 27, January 19, 1971, at Boston.
     
Most Shots, One Team, One Game
 56 - Eastern, January 22, 1994, at NY Rangers.
 53 - North America, February 4, 2001, at Colorado.
54 - Western, January 25, 2009, at Montreal.
51 - Western, January 27, 2008, at Atlanta
50 - North America, February 2, 2002, at Los Angeles.
     
Fewest Shots, One Team, One Game
12 - Campbell, January 24, 1978, at Buffalo.
17 - West, January 20, 1970, at St. Louis.
23 - Chicago, October 7, 1961, at Chicago.
     
POWER-PLAY GOALS(SINCE 1950)
Most Power-Play Goals, Both Teams, One Game
3 - NHL All-Stars 3 (2 PPG), Montreal Canadiens 1 (1 PPG).
October 3, 1953, at Montreal.
  - NHL All-Stars 2 (1 PPG), Detroit Red Wings 2 (2 PPG).
October 2, 1954, at Detroit.
  - Montreal Canadiens 6 (2 PPG), NHL All-Stars 3 (1 PPG).
October 4, 1958, at Montreal.
     
Fewest Power-Play Goals, Both Teams, One Game
0 - Accomplished 26 times, most recently in 2011.
     
FASTEST GOALS
Fastest Two Goals, Both Teams, From Start of Game
0:37 - Jacques Laperriere (East) scored at 0:20 &
Dean Prentice (West) at 0:37, January 20, 1970, at St. Louis.
1:20 - Rick Nash (Western) scored at 0:12 &
Eric Staal (Eastern) at 1:20, January 27, 2008, at Vancouver.
2:15 - Teemu Selanne (World) scored at 0:53 &
Jaromir Jagr (World) at 2:15, January 18, 1998, at Vancouver.
     
Fastest Two Goals, Both Teams
0:08 - Owen Nolan (Western) scored at 18:54 and 19:02 of second period, January 18, 1997, at San Jose.
0:10 - Dennis Ververgaert (Campbell) scored at 4:33 and 4:43 of third period,
January 20, 1976, at Philadelphia.
0:13 - Teemu Selanne (World) scored at 4:00 of first period &
John LeClair (North America) at 4:13, January 18, 1998, at Vancouver.
     
Fastest Three Goals, Both Teams
0:48 - Martin Havlat (Western) scored at 19:00 of third period, Sheldon Souray (Eastern) at 19:25 and Dion Phaneuf (Western) at 19:48, January 24, 2007, at Dallas.   
1:08 - Mike Gartner (Wales) scored at 3:15 and 3:37 of first period and Peter Bondra (Wales) at 4:23, February 6, 1993, at Montreal.
1:14 - Bob Kudelski (Eastern) scored at 9:46 of first period, Sergei Fedorov (Western) at 10:20 and Eric Lindros (Eastern) at 11:00, January 22, 1994, at NY Rangers.
     
Fastest Four Goals, Both Teams
2:24 - Brendan Shanahan (Western) scored at 16:38 of second period, Dale Hawerchuk (Eastern) at 17:28, Owen Nolan (Western) at 18:54 and 19:02, January 18, 1997, at San Jose.
2:52 - Rick Nash (Western) scored at 10:40 of second period, Martin Havlat (Western) at 11:34, Yanic Perreault (Western) at 12:47, Alex Ovechkin (Eastern) at 13:32, January 24, 2007, at Dallas.
2:57 - Sergei Fedorov (World) scored at 16:59 of third period, Markus Naslund (World) at 18:17, Alex Zhamnov (World) at 19:12, Sami Kapanen (World) at 19:56, February 2, 2002, at Los Angeles.   
     
Fastest Two Goals, One Team, From Start of Game
2:15 -
World, Teemu Selanne scored at 0:53 &
Jaromir Jagr at 2:15, January 18, 1998, at Vancouver.
2:48 - Team Staal, Alex Oveckin scored at 0:50 & Paul Stastny at 2:48, January 30, 2011, at Carolina.
3:37 - Wales, Mike Gartner scored at 3:15 and 3:37, February 6, 1993, at Montreal.
4:19 - Wales, Larry Robinson scored at 3:58 and Steve Payne at 4:19, February 5, 1980, at Detroit.
Fastest Two Goals, One Team
0:08 -
Western, Owen Nolan scored at 18:54 and 19:02 of second period,
January 18, 1997, at San Jose.
0:10 - Campbell, Dennis Ververgaert scored at 4:33 and 4:43 of third period,
January 20, 1976, at Philadelphia.
0:14 - Campbell, Steve Yzerman scored at 17:21 and Gary Leeman at 17:35 of second period, February 7, 1989, at Edmonton.
     
Fastest Three Goals, One Team
1:08 - Wales, Mike Gartner scored at 3:15 and 3:37 of first period, Peter Bondra at 4:23, February 6, 1993, at Montreal.
1:32 - Wales, Ron Stackhouse scored at 11:40 of third period, Craig Hartsburg at 12:40, Reed Larson at 13:12, February 5, 1980, at Detroit.
1:39 - World, Markus Naslund scored at 18:17 of third period, Alex Zhamnov at 19:12, Sami Kapanen at 19:56, February 2, 2002, at Los Angeles.
     
Fastest Four Goals, One Team
2:57 - World, Sergei Fedorov scored at 16:59 of third period, Markus Naslund at 18:17, Alex Zhamnov at 19:12, Sami Kapanen at 19:56, February 2, 2002, at Los Angeles.
4:17 - Western, Brian Rolston scored at 8:30 of second period, Rick Nash at 10:40, Martin Havlat at 11:34, Yanic Perreault at 12:47, January 24, 2007, at Dallas.
4:19 - Campbell, Brian Bellows scored at 7:40 of second period, Jeremy Roenick at 8:13, Theoren Fleury at 11:06, Brett Hull at 11:59, January 18, 1992, at Philadelphia.
     
SINGLE-PERIOD RECORDS
Most Goals, Both Teams, One Period
10 - Eastern (6), Western (4), second period, January 18, 1997, at San Jose.
  - North America (6), World (4), second period, February 4, 2001, at  Colorado.
  - North America (5), World (5), third period, February 4, 2001, at  Colorado.
- Western (6), Eastern (4), second period, January 25, 2009, at Montreal.
9 - Wales (7), Campbell (2), first period, January 21, 1990, at Pittsburgh.
  - Western (6), Eastern (3), second period, January 24, 2007, at Dallas.
- Team Lidstrom (5), Team Staal (4), third period, January 30, 2011, at Carolina.
8 - Wales (4), Campbell (4), third period, February 6, 1993, at Montreal.
  - Wales (6), Campbell (2), second period, February 6, 1993, at Montreal.
  - Campbell (6), Wales (2), second period, January 18, 1992, at Philadelphia.
- Team Lidstrom (4), Team Staal (4), first period, January 30, 2011, at Carolina.
     
Most Goals, One Team, One Period
7 - Wales, first period, January 21, 1990, at Pittsburgh.
6 - Accomplished eight times, most recently in 2009 by the Western Conference in the second period.
     
Most Shots, Both Teams, One Period
42 - Western (21), Eastern (21), second period, January 25, 2009, at Montreal.
39 - Wales (4), Campbell (4), third period, February 6, 1993, at Montreal.
  - World (23), North America (16), third period, February 4, 2001, at Colorado.
36 - Campbell (22), Wales (14), third period, January 21, 1990, at Pittsburgh.
  - Eastern (19), Western (17), first period, January 22, 1994, at NY Rangers.
  - North America (20), World (16), third period, February 2, 2002, at Los Angeles.
     
Most Shots, One Team, One Period
23 - World, third period, February 4, 2001, at Colorado.
22 - Campbell Conference, third period, January 21, 1990, at Pittsburgh.
  - Wales Conference, third period, January 19, 1991, at Chicago.
  - Wales Conference, first period, February 6, 1993, at Montreal.
     
Fewest Shots, Both Teams, One Period
9 - West 7, East 2, third period, January 19, 1971, at Boston.
  - Wales 5, Campbell 4, second period, February 5, 1980, at Detroit.
13 - Campbell 6, Wales 7, third period, February 9, 1982, at Washington.
14 - Campbell 7, Wales 7, first period, January 24, 1978, at Buffalo.
  - Campbell 6, Wales 8, first period, February 4, 1986, at Hartford.
     
Fewest Shots, One Team, One Period
2 - East, third period, January 19, 1971, at Boston.
  - Campbell, second period, January 24, 1978, at Buffalo.
3 - Campbell, third period, January 24, 1978, at Buffalo.
4 - NHL All-Stars, first period, October 2, 1955, at Detroit.
  - Campbell, second period, February 5, 1980, at Detroit.