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NHL All-Star Game Record Book - Individual Records

GAMES PLAYED
GOALS, ASSISTS & POINTS
PENALTY MINUTES
POWER-PLAY GOALS
YOUNGEST & OLDEST
SINGLE-GAME RECORDS
SINGLE-PERIOD RECORDS
FASTEST GOALS BY A SINGLE PLAYER
INDIVIDUAL RECORDS (GOALTENDERS)

GAMES PLAYED
MOST GAMES PLAYED, CAREER
23 - Gordie Howe, 1948 through 1980.
19 - Raymond Bourque, 1981 through 2001.
18 - Wayne Gretzky, 1980 through 1999.
     
MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES PLAYED
19 - Raymond Bourque, 1981 through 2001.
18 - Wayne Gretzky, 1980 through 1999.
15 - Frank Mahovlich, 1960 through 1974.
     
GOALS, ASSISTS & POINTS
MOST GOALS, CAREER
13 - Wayne Gretzky, 18 games.
  - Mario Lemieux, 10 games.
10 - Gordie Howe, 23 games.
     
MOST ASSISTS, CAREER
16 - Joe Sakic, 12 games.
14 - Mark Messier, 15 games.
13 - Raymond Bourque, 19 games.
12 - Adam Oates, 5 games.
  - Mats Sundin, 8 games
  - Wayne Gretzky, 18 games.
     
MOST POINTS, CAREER 
25 - Wayne Gretzky (13-12-25), in 18 games.
23 - Mario Lemieux (13-10-23), in 10 games.
22 - Joe Sakic (6-16-22), in 12 games.
20 - Mark Messier (6-14-20), 15 games.
19 - Gordie Howe (10-9-19), in 23 games.
     
PENALTY MINUTES
MOST PENALTY MINUTES, CAREER
25 - Gordie Howe, 23 games.
21 - Gus Mortson, 9 games.
16 - Harry Howell, 7 games.
     
POWER-PLAY GOALS
MOST POWER-PLAY GOALS, CAREER
6 - Gordie Howe, 23 games.
3 - Maurice Richard, 13 games.
  - Bobby Hull, 12 games.
     
YOUNGEST & OLDEST
YOUNGEST PLAYER
  - 18 years, 5 months, 13 days — Fleming MacKell (Toronto), October 13, 1947, at Toronto.
  - 18 years, 6 months, 27 days — Larry Hillman (Detroit), October 2, 1955, at Detroit.
     
YOUNGEST PLAYER (NOT PLAYING AS A MEMBER OF DEFENDING STANLEY CUP CHAMPION)
  - 18 years, 8 months, 14 days — Jeff Skinner (Team Staal), January 30, 2011 at Carolina.
  - 18 years, 8 months, 22 days — Steve Yzerman (Campbell), January 31, 1984, at New Jersey.
     
OLDEST PLAYER
  - 51 years, 10 months, 5 days — Gordie Howe (Wales), February 5, 1980, at Detroit.
  - 44 years, 1 month, 2 days — Doug Harvey (West), January 21, 1969, at Montreal.
  - 43 years, 21 days — Mark Messier (Eastern), February 8, 2004, at Minnesota.
     
SINGLE-GAME RECORDS
MOST GOALS, ONE GAME
4 - Wayne Gretzky (Campbell), February 8, 1983, at NY Islanders.
  - Mario Lemieux (Wales), January 21, 1990, at Pittsburgh.
  - Vincent Damphousse (Campbell), January 19, 1991, at Chicago.
  - Mike Gartner (Wales), February 6, 1993, at Montreal.
  - Dany Heatley (Eastern), February 2, 2003, at Florida.
3 - Ted Lindsay (Detroit), October 8, 1950, at Detroit.
  - Mario Lemieux (Wales), February 9, 1988, at St. Louis.
  - Pierre Turgeon (Wales), February 6, 1993, at Montreal.
  - Mark Recchi (Eastern), January 18,1997, at San Jose.
  - Owen Nolan (Western), January 18, 1997, at San Jose.
  - Teemu Selanne (World), January 18, 1998, at Vancouver.
  - Pavel Bure (World), February 6, 2000, at Toronto.
  - Bill Guerin (North America), February 4, 2001, at Colorado.
  - Joe Sakic (Western), February 8, 2004, at Minnesota.
  - Rick Nash (Western), January 27, 2008, at Atlanta.
     
MOST ASSISTS, ONE GAME
5 - Mats Naslund (Wales), February 9, 1988, at St. Louis.
4 - Raymond Bourque (Wales), February 12, 1985, at Calgary.
  - Adam Oates (Campbell), January 19, 1991, at Chicago.
  - Mark Recchi (Wales), February 6, 1993, at Montreal.
  - Adam Oates (Wales), February 6, 1993, at Montreal.
  - Pierre Turgeon (Eastern), January 22, 1994, at NY Rangers.
  - Fredrik Modin (World), February 4, 2001, at Colorado.
  - Daniel Briere (Eastern), January 24, 2007, at Dallas.
  - Joe Sakic (Western), January 24, 2007, at Dallas.
  - Marian Hossa (Eastern), January 24, 2007, at Dallas.
     
MOST POINTS, ONE GAME
6 - Mario Lemieux (3-3-6, Wales), February 9, 1988, at St. Louis.
5 - Mats Naslund (0-5-5, Wales), February 9, 1988, at St. Louis.
  - Adam Oates (1-4-5, Campbell), January 19, 1991, at Chicago.
  - Pierre Turgeon (3-2-5, Wales), February 6, 1993, at Montreal.
  - Mark Recchi (1-4-5, Wales), February 6, 1993, at Montreal.
  - Mike Gartner (4-1-5, Wales), February 6, 1993, at Montreal.
  - Bill Guerin (3-2-5, North America), February 4, 2001, at Colorado.
  - Dany Heatley (4-1-5, Eastern), February 2, 2003, at Florida.
  - Daniel Briere (1-4-5, Eastern), January 24, 2007, at Dallas.
     
MOST SHOTS, ONE GAME (SINCE 1955)
10 - Earl Reibel (Detroit), October 2, 1955, at Detroit.
  - Owen Nolan (Western), January 18, 1997, at San Jose.
9 - Mario Lemieux (Wales), February 9, 1988, at St. Louis.
  - Mario Lemieux (N. America), February 4, 2001, at Colorado.
8 - Jean Beliveau (Montreal), October 4, 1958, at Montreal.
  - Claude Larose (West), January 21, 1969, at Montreal.
  - Bill Barber (Campbell), February 10, 1981, at Los Angeles.
  - Adam Graves (Eastern), February 22, 1994, at NY Rangers.
- Eric Staal (Team Staal), January 30, 2011, at Carolina.
     
SINGLE-PERIOD RECORDS
MOST GOALS, ONE PERIOD
4 - Wayne Gretzky (Campbell), third period, February 8, 1983, at NY Islanders.
3 - Mario Lemieux (Wales), first period, January 21, 1990, at Pittsburgh.
  - Vincent Damphousse (Campbell), third period, January 19, 1991, at Chicago.
  - Mike Gartner (Wales), first period, February 6, 1993, at Montreal.
     
MOST ASSISTS, ONE PERIOD
4 - Adam Oates (Wales), first period, February 6, 1993, at Montreal.
3 - Mark Messier (Campbell), third period, February 8, 1983, at NY Islanders.
  - Marian Hossa (Eastern), third period, January 24, 2007, at Dallas.
     
MOST POINTS, ONE PERIOD
4 - Wayne Gretzky (4-0-4, Campbell), third period, February 8, 1983, at NY Islanders.
  - Mike Gartner (3-1-4, Wales), first period, February 6, 1993, at Montreal.
  - Adam Oates (0-4-4, Wales), first period, February 6, 1993, at Montreal.
3 - Gordie Howe (1-2-3, NHL All-Stars), second period, October 20, 1965, at Montreal.
  - Pete Mahovlich (1-2-3, Wales), first period, January 20, 1976, at Philadelphia.
  - Mark Messier (0-3-3, Campbell), third period, February 8, 1983, at NY Islanders.
  - Mario Lemieux (1-2-3, Wales), second period, February 9, 1988, at St. Louis.
  - Mario Lemieux (3-0-3, Wales), first period, January 21, 1990, at Pittsburgh.
  - Vincent Damphousse (3-0-3, Campbell), third period, January 19, 1991, at Chicago.
  - Mark Recchi (1-2-3, Wales), second period, February 6, 1993, at Montreal.
  - Tony Amonte (2-1-3, North America), second period, February 4, 2001, at Colorado.
  - Marian Hossa (0-3-3, Eastern), third period, January 24, 2007, at Dallas.
     
FASTEST GOALS BY A SINGLE PLAYER
FASTEST GOALS BY A SINGLE PLAYER
0:12 - Rick Nash (Western), January 27, 2008, at Anaheim.
0:19 - Ted Lindsay (Detroit), October 8, 1950, at Detroit.
0:20 - Jacques Laperriere (East), January 20, 1970, at St. Louis.
     
FASTEST GOAL FROM START OF A PERIOD
0:12 - Rick Nash (Western), first period, January 27, 2008, at Anaheim.
0:17 - Raymond Bourque (North America), second period, January 24, 1999, at Tampa Bay.
0:19 - Ted Lindsay (Detroit), first period, October 8, 1950, at Detroit.
  - Rick Tocchet (Wales), second period, February 6, 1993, at Montreal.
     
FASTEST TWO GOALS (ONE PLAYER) FROM START OF GAME
3:37 - Mike Gartner (Wales), at 3:15 and 3:37, February 6, 1993, at Montreal.
4:00 - Teemu Selanne (World), 1998, at 0:53 and 4:00, January 18, 1998, at Vancouver.
5:25 - Wally Hergesheimer (NHL All-Stars), at 4:06 and 5:25, October 3, 1953, at Montreal.
     
FASTEST TWO GOALS (ONE PLAYER) FROM START OF A PERIOD
3:37 - Mike Gartner (Wales), at 3:15 and 3:37 of first period, February 6, 1993, at Montreal.
4:00 - Teemu Selanne (World), at 0:53 and 4:00 of first period, January 18, 1998, at Vancouver.
4:43 - Dennis Ververgaert (Campbell), at 4:33 and 4:43 of third period, January 20, 1976, at Philadelphia.
     
FASTEST TWO GOALS (ONE PLAYER)
0:08   Owen Nolan (Western), at 18:54 and 19:02 of second period, January 18, 1997, at San Jose.
0:10   Dennis Ververgaert (Campbell), at 4:33 and 4:43 of third period, January 20, 1976, at Philadelphia.
0:22   Mike Gartner (Wales), at 3:15 and 3:37 of first period, February 6, 1993, at Montreal.
     
     
INDIVIDUAL RECORDS (GOALTENDERS)
MOST GAMES PLAYED
13 - Glenn Hall, 1955 through 1969.
11 - Terry Sawchuk, 1950 through 1968.
  - Patrick Roy, 1988 through 2003.
9 - Martin Brodeur, 1996 through 2007.
8   Jacques Plante, 1956 through 1970.
     
MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES PLAYED
9 - Glenn Hall, 1960 through 1969 (no game played in 1966).
7 - Terry Sawchuk, 1950 through 1956.
6 - Martin Brodeur, 1996 through 2001.
5 - Jacques Plante, 1956 through 1960.
  - Ed Giacomin, 1967 through 1971.
  - Tony Esposito, 1970 through 1974.
  - Grant Fuhr, 1984 through 1989 (no game played in 1987).
  - Patrick Roy, 1990 through 1994.
     
MOST MINUTES PLAYED
540   Glenn Hall, 13 games, 1955 through 1969.
467   Terry Sawchuk, 11 games, 1950 through 1968.
370   Jacques Plante, 8 games, 1956 through 1970.
250   Patrick Roy, 11 games, 1988 through 2003.
     
MOST GOALS AGAINST, CAREER
31 - Patrick Roy, 11 games.
22 - Glenn Hall, 13 games.
  - Martin Brodeur, 9 games.
21 - Mike Vernon, 5 games.
     
BEST GOALS-AGAINST AVERAGE, CAREER (MINIMUM 2 GP & 60 MINS.)
0.68 - Gilles Villemure, 3 games, 88 minutes.
1.49 - Gerry McNeil, 3 games, 121 minutes.
1.50 - Johnny Bower, 4 games, 160 minutes.
1.51 - Frank Brimsek, 3 games, 119 minutes.
     
ALL-STAR SHUTOUTS
  - January 18, 1967, at Montreal. Montreal 3, NHL All-Stars 0.
In goal for Montreal: Charlie Hodge (40 min.) and Gary Bauman (20 min.).

I didn't think it would actually work, but it ended up working, so I'm thanking my lucky stars tonight.

— Columbus forward Nick Foligno on scoring the overtime goal after telling the Blue Jackets in the locker room that he would win the game