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OLYMPIC HOCKEY RECORD BOOK

TEAM RECORDS

TEAM TOURNAMENTS PLAYED

Most Tournaments Played, All-Time

            20 – Czechoslovakia/Czech Republic, 1920-2006, excluding 1932

            20 – USA, 1920-2006, excluding 1928

            19 – Canada, 1920-2006, excluding 1972 & 1976

            19 – Sweden, 1920-2006, excluding 1932 and 1976

TEAM GAMES PLAYED

Most Games Played, All-Time

            128 – USA, 1920-2006, excluding 1928

            126 – Czechoslovakia/Czech Republic, 1920-2006, excluding 1932

            125 – Canada, 1920-2006, excluding 1972 & 1976

            125 – Sweden, 1920-2006, excluding 1932 and 1976

TEAM WINS

Most Wins, All-Time

            93 – Canada

            78 – Czechoslovakia/Czech Republic

            77 – USSR/Russia

            71 – USA

TEAM LOSSES

Most Losses, All-Time

            64 – West Germany/Germany

            51 – Poland

            45 – Czechoslovakia/Czech Republic

            44 – USA

            41 – Sweden

TEAM TIES

Most Ties, All-Time

            14 – Sweden

            13 – USA

              9 – Finland

WINS AND LOSSES

Longest Winning Streak, All-Time

            16 – Canada, Apr. 24, 1920 – Feb. 9, 1932

            15 – USSR, Feb. 24, 1980 – Feb. 26, 1988

            13 – USSR, Feb. 9, 1972 – Feb. 20, 1980

Best Winning Record, One Tournament

            7-0 – USSR, in 7 games, 1956

            7-0 – USA, in 7 games, 1960

            7-0 – USSR, in 7 games, 1964

            7-0 – USSR, in 7 games, 1984

            5-0 – Canada, in 5 games, 1924

            5-0 – USSR, in 5 games, 1976

            3-0 – Canada, in 3 games, 1920

            3-0 – Canada, in 3 games, 1928

Most Losses, One tournament

            8 – Italy, in 8 games, 1948

            8 – Norway, in 8 games, 1952

            7 – Switzerland, in 7 games, 1964

            7 – East Germany, in 7 games, 1968

            6 – Poland, in 6 games, 1932  

            6 – Australia, in 6 games, 1960

            5 – Poland, in 5 games, 1972

TEAM GOALS

Most Goals, All-Time

            775 – Canada, in 125 games

            652 – USA, in 128 games

            587 – Czechoslovakia/Czech Republic, in 126 games

            553 – USSR/Russia, in 96 games

            530 – Sweden, in 125 games

Most Goals, One Tournament (Pre-War Era)

            110 – Canada, in 5 games, 1924

            73 – USA, in 5 games, 1924

            54 – Canada, in 8 games, 1936

Most Goals, One Tournament (Modern Era)

            86 – USA, in 8 games, 1948

            80 – Czechoslovakia, in 8 games, 1948

            71 – Canada, in 8 games, 1952

Most Goals, One Team, One Game (Pre-War Era)

            33 – Canada, vs. Switzerland, 33-0, 1924

            30 – Canada, vs. Czechoslovakia, 30-0, 1924

            29 – USA, vs. Switzerland, 29-0, 1920

Most Goals, One Team, One Game (Modern Era)

            31 – USA, vs. Italy, 31-1, 1948

            23 – USA, vs. Poland, 23-4, 1948

            23 – Sweden, vs. Italy, 23-0, 1948

            23 – Canada, vs. Austria, 23-0, 1956

Most Goals, Both Teams, One Game (Pre-War Era)

            33 – Canada, vs. Switzerland, 33-0, 1924

            30 – Canada, vs. Czechoslovakia, 30-0, 1924

            29 – USA, vs. Switzerland, 29-0, 1920

Most Goals, Both Teams, One Game (Modern Era)

            32 – USA, vs. Italy, 31-1, 1948

            27 – USA, vs. Poland, 23-4, 1948

            25 – Czechoslovakia, vs. Italy, 22-3, 1948

TEAM GOALS AGAINST

Fewest Goals Against, One Tournament (Pre-War Era)

            0 – Canada, in 3 games, 1928

            1 – Canada, in 3 games, 1920

            1 – Germany, in 2 games, 1928

            2 – USA, in 4 games, 1920

Fewest Goals Against, One Tournament (Modern Era)

            5 – Canada, in 8 games, 1948

            5 – USSR, in 7 games, 1984

            6 – Czech Republic, in 6 games, 1998

Most Goals Against, All-Time

            481 – West Germany/Germany, in 107 games

            423 – Poland, in 66 games

            387 – Czechoslovakia/Czech Republic, in 126 games

            368 – Sweden, in 125 games

            360 – USA, in 128 games

Most Goals Against, One Tournament (Pre-War Era)

            53 – Switzerland, in 3 games, 1924

            49 – Sweden, in 5 games, 1924

            45 – Belgium, in 3 games, 1924

Most Goals Against, One Tournament (Modern Era)

            156 – Italy, in 8 games, 1948

            97 – Poland, in 8 games, 1948

            87 – Australia, in 6 games, 1960

TEAM PENALTIES

Most Penalty Minutes, One Tournament

            172 – Russia, in 8 games, 2006          

            141 – Kazakhstan, in 7 games, 1998

            134 – Italy, in 7 games, 1992

            133 – Slovakia, in 8 games, 1994

            128 – Slovakia, in 6 games, 2006

 

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS

TOURNAMENTS PLAYED

Most Tournaments Played, All-Time

            6 – Raimo Helminen, Finland, 1984-2002

            5 – Udo Kiessling, West Germany/Germany, 1976-1992

            5 – Petter Thoresen, Norway, 1980-1994

            5 – Dieter Hegen, West Germany/Germany, 1984-1998

GAMES PLAYED

Most Games Played, All-Time

            39 – Raimo Helminen, Finland, 1984-2002

            33 – Dieter Hegen, West Germany/Germany, 1984-1998

            32 – Udo Kiessling, West Germany/Germany, 1976-1992

            29 – Sven "Tumba" Johansson, Sweden, 1952-1964

            29 – Vlastimil Bubnik, Czechoslovakia, 1952-1964

            29 – Petter Thoresen, Norway, 1980-1994

            29 – Andreas Niederberger, West Germany/Germany, 1984-1994

GOALS

Most Goals, All-Time

            36 – Harry Watson, Canada, in 5 games, 1924

            28 – Herb Drury, USA, in 8 games, 1920-1924

            25 – Sven "Tumba" Johansson, Sweden, in 29 games, 1952-1964

            24 – Vladimir Zabrodsky, Czechoslovakia, in 15 games. 1948-1956

            22 – Vlastimil Bubnik, Czechoslovakia, in 29 games, 1952-1964

Most Goals, One Tournament (Pre-War Era)

            36 – Harry Watson, Canada, in 5 games, 1924

            22 – Herb Drury, USA, in 5 games, 1924

            20 – Bert McCaffery, Canada, in 5 games, 1924

Most Goals, One Tournament (Modern Era)

            22 – Vladimir Zabrodsky, USSR, in 8 games, 1948

            21 – Wally Halder, Canada, in 8 games, 1948

            17 – George Mara, Canada, in 8 games, 1948

            17 – Bruce Cunliffe, USA, in 8 games, 1948

            17 – Jack Riley, USA, in 8 games, 1948

GOALTENDING

Most Games Appeared in by a Goaltender, All-Time

            19 – Vladislav Tretiak, USSR, 1972-1984

            19 – Jim Marthinsen, Norway, 1980-1994

            16 – Dominik Hasek, Czechoslovakia/Czech Republic, 1988-2006

            15 – Jarmo Myllys, Finland, 1988-1998

Most Shutouts, All-Time

            5 – Murray Dowey, Canada, in 8 games, 1948

            4 – Jimmy Foster, Great Britain, in 7 games, 1936

 

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS (1952-2006)

ASSISTS

Most Assists

            21 – Valeri Kharlamov, USSR, in 17 games, 1972-1980

            21 – Viacheslav Fetisov, USSR, in 22 games, 1980-1988

            19 – Mats Naslund, Sweden, in 23 games, 1980-1994

            19 – Saku Koivu, Finland, in 22 games, 1994-2006

Most Assists, One Tournament

            12 – Bob Attersley, Canada, in 7 games, 1960

            12 – Fred Etcher, Canada, in 7 games, 1960

            11 – Bill Christian, USA, in 7 games, 1960

POINTS

Most Points

            36 – Valeri Kharlamov, USSR, in 17 games (15G, 21A), 1972-1980

            35 – Teemu Selanne, Finland, in 20 games (20G, 15A), 1992-2006

            33 – Viacheslav Fetisov, USSR, in 22 games (12G, 21A), 1980-1988

Most Points, One Tournament

            21 – Fred Etcher, Canada, in 7 games (9G, 12A), 1960

            18 – Bob Attersley, Canada, in 7 games (6G, 12A), 1960

            16 – Anatoli Firsov, USSR, in 7 games (12G, 4A), 1968

            16 – Valeri Kharlamov, USSR, in 7 games (9G, 7A), 1972

SCORING BY A CENTER

Most Goals by a Center

            25 – Sven "Tumba" Johansson, Sweden, in 29 games,

                   1952-1964

            13 – Erich Kuhnhackl, West Germany, in 11 games, 1976-1984

            13 – Vyacheslav Starshinov, USSR, in 14 games, 1964-1968

            13 – Jozef Golonka, Czechoslovakia, in 21 games

Most Assists by a Center

            19 – Saku Koivu, Finland, in 22 games, 1994-2006

            18 – Raimo Helminen, Finland, in 39 games, 1984-2002

            17 – Robert Lang, Czechoslovakia/Czech Republic, in 26 games, 1992-2006

Most Points by a Center

            32 – Sven "Tumba" Johansson, Sweden, in 29 games (25G, 7A), 1952-1964

            28 – Saku Koivu, Finland, in 22 games (9G, 19A), 1994-2006

            25 – Jozef Golonka, Czechoslovakia, in 21 games (13G, 12A), 1960-1968

            25 – Gerd Truntschka, West Germany/Germany, in 26 games (9G, 16A), 1980-1992

SCORING BY A LEFT WING

Most Goals by a Left Wing

            18 – Anatoli Firsov, USSR, in 19 games, 1964-1972

            16 – Vladimir Krutov, USSR, in 22 games, 1980-1988

            16 – Dieter Hegen, West Germany/Germany, in 33 games, 1984-1998

Most Assists by a Left Wing

            21 – Valeri Kharlamov, USSR, in 17 games, 1972-1980

            19 – Mats Naslund, Sweden, in 23 games, 1980-1994

            15 – Vladimir Krutov, USSR, in 22 games, 1980-1988

            15 – Josef Cerny, Czechoslovakia, in 26 games, 1960-1972

Most Points by a Left Wing

            36 – Valeri Kharlamov, USSR, in 17 games (15G, 21A), 1972-1980

            31 – Vladimir Krutov, USSR, in 22 games (16G, 15A), 1980-1988

            30 – Anatoli Firsov, USSR, in 19 games (18G, 12A), 1964-1972

SCORING BY A RIGHT WING

Most Goals by a Right Wing

            22 – Vlastimil Bubnik, Czechoslovakia, in 29 games, 1952-1964

            20 – Teemu Selanne, Finland, in 25 games, 1992-2006 1          

            15 – Alexander Maltsev, USSR, in 17 games, 1972-1980

Most Assists by a Right Wing

            17 – Sergei Makarov, USSR, in 22 games, 1980-1988

            15 – Vlastimil Bubnik, Czechoslovakia, in 29 games, 1952-1964

            15 – Teemu Selanne, Finland, in 25 games, 1992-2006

Most Points by a Right Wing

            37 – Vlastimil Bubnik, Czechoslovakia, in 29 games (22G, 15A), 1952-1964

            35 – Teemu Selanne, Finland, in 25 games, (20G, 15A), 1992-2006

            28 – Sergei Makarov, USSR, in 22 games (11G, 17A), 1980-1988

SCORING BY A DEFENSEMAN

Most Goals by a Defenseman

            12 – Viacheslav Fetisov, USSR, in 22 games, 1980-1988

              7 – Alexei Kasatonov, USSR, in 21 games, 1980-1988

              6 – Udo Kiessling, West Germany/Germany, in 32 games, 1976-1992

Most Assists by a Defenseman

            21 – Viacheslav Fetisov, USSR, in 22 games, 1980-1988

            14 – Alexei Kasatonov, USSR, in 21 games, 1980-1988

            11 – Vasili Pervukhin, USSR, in 14 games, 1980-1984

            11 – Brian Leetch, USA, in 16 games, 1988-2002

Most Points by a Defenseman

            33 – Viacheslav Fetisov, USSR, in 22 games (12G, 21A), 1980-1988

            21 – Alexei Kasatonov, USSR, in 21 games (7G, 14A), 1980-1988

            15 – Udo Kiessling, West Germany /Germany, in 32 games (6G, 9A), 1976-1992


FASTEST GOALS

Fastest Goal from Start of a Game

            0:08 – Miroslav Vlach, Czechoslovakia, vs USA, 1960

            0:10 – Stefan Chowaniec, Poland, vs West Germany, 1976

            0:11 – Jozef Stumpel, Slovakia, vs Latvia, 2002

            0:12 – Stephen Foyn, Norway, vs Austria, 1984


PENALTIES

Most Penalty Minutes, One Tournament

            43 – Daniel Kunce, Germany, in 7 games, 2002

            39 – Petr Svoboda, Czech Republic, in 6 games, 1998

            35 – David Brooks, USA, in 6 games, 1964


SHOOTOUTS

Since 1992, a shootout has been used to determine a winner in playoff games tied after regulation time and an overtime period. Four games have been decided by this format, most recently in 1998:

1992 Quarterfinal  - Canada 4, Germany 3

Canadian Shooters     German Shooters
1  Eric Lindros no goal 1  Peter Draisaitl no goal
2  Dave Archibald no goal 2  Dieter Hegen no goal
3  Jason Woolley goal 3  Gerd Truntschka no goal
4  Wally Schreiber  goal 4  Michael Rumrich goal
5  Joe Juneau no goal 5  Andreas Brockmann goal
6  Eric Lindros goal 6  Peter Draisaitl no goal
In goal for Canada – Sean Burke In goal for Germany – Helmet De Raaf

1994 Gold Medal Game - Sweden 3, Canada 2

Swedish Shooters  
Canadian Shooters
1  Hakan Loob no goal 1  Petr Nedved goal
2  Magnus Svensson goal 2  Paul Kariya goal
3  Mats Naslund no goal 3  Dwyane Norris no goal
4  Peter Forsberg goal 4  Greg Parks no goal
5  Roger Hansson no goal 5  Greg Johnson no goal
6  Magnus Svensson no goal 6  Petr Nedved no goal
7  Peter Forsberg goal 7  Paul Kariya no goal
In goal for Sweden – Tommy Salo In goal for Canada – Corey Hirsch

1998 Game for 13th/14th Place - Japan 4 , Austria 3

Japanese Shooters
Austrian Shoters
1  Akihito Sugisawa no goal 1  Wolfgang Kromp goal
2  Shin Yahata goal 2  Dieter Kalt no goal
3  Steven Tsujiura no goal 3  Richard Nasheim no goal
4  Kiyoshi Fujita no goal 4  Dominik Lavoie no goal
5  Toshivuki Sakai no goal 5  Simon Wheeldon no goal
6  Akihito Sugisawa no goal 6  Dieter Kalt no goal
7  Matthew Kabayama goal 7  Richard Nasheim goal
8  Shin Yahata no goal 8  Simon Wheeldon goal
In goal for Japan – Dusty Imoo In goal for Austria – Reinhard Divis

1998 Semifinal Game - Czech Republic 2, Canada 1

Canadian Shooters
Czech Republic Shooters
1  Theoren Fleury no goal 1  Robert Reichel goal
2  Raymond Bourque no goal 2  Martin Rucinsky no goal
3  Joe Nieuwendyk no goal 3  Pavel Patera no goal
4  Eric Lindros no goal 4  Jaromir Jagr no goal
5  Brendan Shanahan no goal 5  Vladimir Ruzicka no goal
In goal for Canada – Patrick Roy In goal for Czech Republic – Dominik Hasek