Here are the 5 unbreakable records in NHL history
The National Hockey League have 430 individual certified records. Some of these records looks impossible to break, while some could be broken with a strong skills and will power.
This article will tell you about the 5 unbreakable records in National Hockey League’s history. Can you guess who holds the record for most goals?
Unbreakable Records In NHL
Most Consecutive Starts
Glenn Hall completed an enormous of 502 games in a row. In 1955-56 season, he played every single game until 12 games into the 1962-63 season.
Moreover, he played 50 straight complete playoff games during this insane superhuman run.
Most Goals as a Rookie
Teemu Selanne scored an incredible 76 goals and picked up 56 assists to gain 132 points in his first NHL season in 1988.
Interesting fact is that he was the 10th overall pick in the 1988 Entry Draft. With this achievement, he broke Mike Bossy’s rookie goal record of 53 goals.
Longest Career Penalty Minutes
Tiger Williams used 3966 penalty minutes in just 14 NHL seasons. Despite playing 445 less games, he ended his career with 401 more penalty minutes than second-position Dale Hunter.
50 Goals in 39 Games
Tying up with Maurice “Rocket” Richard, New York’s Mike Bossy scored 50 goals in 50 games during the 1980-81 NHL season. This remained a record till 1981.
Nevertheless, Wayne Gretzky broke the record and scored 50 goals in just 38 games of the 1981-82 season. He would finish the season with an NHL-record 92 goals.
Three Consecutive Seasons with 200-Point
Between 1983 and 1986, Gretzky banged his campaigns with more than 200 goals in each of them.
During his three seasons stint (1983-84, 1984-85, 1985-86), he gained a totals of 205, 208 and 215 points, respectively.
Mario Lemieux is the only other legend who lacked behind Mike with 199 points in just 76 games during the 1988-89 NHL season.
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