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My records are only for Detroit, their last 10-goal game was the 11-1 win over Montreal that resulted in Patrick Roy being traded to Colorado.

http://www.detroithockey.net/history/sched...oit_score=10%2B

If someone wanted to look through shrpsports.com, they could get the answer for the league.

The Leafs beat up ont eh Bruins waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay back when, and Sittler got 10 points in a single game in that one.

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Does anyone know the last time a team scored 10 goals in an NHL game?

Played around with the data from ShrpSports and got the following data...

Jan 11, 2003 @Was     Washington  12     Florida  2
Mar 30, 2002 @SJ      San Jose  10       Columbus  2
Nov 13, 2001 @Was     Ottawa  11         Washington  5
Feb  3, 1999 @Was     Washington  10     Tampa Bay  1
Nov 12, 1998 @Chi     Toronto  10        Chicago  3
Nov 10, 1998 @TB      NY Rangers  10     Tampa Bay  2
Nov 26, 1997 @Flo     Florida  10        Boston  5
Nov 26, 1996 @Cal     Edmonton  10       Calgary  1
Jan 13, 1996 @Pit     San Jose  10       Pittsburgh  8
Jan  2, 1996 @Cal     Calgary  10        Tampa Bay  0
Dec  5, 1995 @Col     Colorado  12       San Jose  2
Dec  2, 1995 @Mtl     Detroit  11        Montreal  1
Nov  1, 1995 @Pit     Pittsburgh  10     Tampa Bay  0

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Does anyone know the last time a team scored 10 goals in an NHL game?

Played around with the data from ShrpSports and got the following data...

Jan 11, 2003 @Was     Washington  12     Florida  2
Mar 30, 2002 @SJ      San Jose  10       Columbus  2
Nov 13, 2001 @Was     Ottawa  11         Washington  5
Feb  3, 1999 @Was     Washington  10     Tampa Bay  1

So your best bet to see a 10 goal game is to go to Washington

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The history of 10+ goal games in NHL History:

Anaheim:

Atlanta:

Boston: 3/12/1929 vs. Chicago (11), 3/5/1950 vs. Chicago (11), 3/4/1951 vs. Chicago (10), 12/14/1968 vs. Chicago (10), 3/16/1969 @ Toronto (11), 11/7/1981 @ Quebec** (10), 3/8/1983 @ Quebec** (11), 10/16/1988 @ Chicago (10)

Buffalo: 3/16/1975 @ Toronto (11), 12/21/1975 vs. Washington (14), 2/25/1978 @ Cleveland (13), 12/7/1980 vs. Pittsburgh (10), 3/19/1981 vs. Toronto (14), 3/4/1983 vs. Pittsburgh (10), 11/13/1983 vs. Calgary (11), 3/8/1990 @ Boston (10), 12/23/1990 vs. Quebec** (10), 10/30/1992 vs. Ottawa (12), 12/31/1992 vs. NY Rangers (11), 2/24/1993 vs. Detroit (10)

Carolina:

Calgary: 3/12/1988 vs. Buffalo (10), 1/2/1996 vs. Tampa Bay (10)

Chicago: 1/1-31 PHILADELPHIA QU. (10), 2-22-40 MONTREAL (10),1-28-43 NY RANGERS (10), 11-14-43 NY RANGERS (10), 10-30-49 BOSTON (10), 2-17-55 BOSTON (10), 12-04-65 @ Boston (10), 12-08-66 @ Boston (10), 10-16-68 MINNESOTA* (10), 1-30-69 @ Philadelphia (12), 4-05-70 MONTREAL (10), 10-27-74 ST. LOUIS (10), 2-22-75 WASHINGTON (10), 11-23-80 HARTFORD (11), 11-08-81 COLORADO (10), 12-15-82 WINNIPEG (10), 10-12-88 WINNIPEG (10)

Colorado***: 2/22/1981 vs. Washington (11), 12/7/1982 vs. Boston (10), 2/1/1983 vs. Hartford! (12), 3/5/1983 vs. Hartford! (10),

Columbus:

Dallas:

Detroit: 11/23/1992 vs. Tampa Bay (10)

Edmonton: 10/31/1981 vs. Quebec** (11), 11/8/1985 vs. Vancouver (13)

Florida:

Los Angeles:

Minnesota:

Montreal: 1/24/1928 Chicago (10), 1/6/1945 vs. Chicago (10), 3/10/1951 vs. Chicago (12), 1/9/1954 vs. Chicago (12), 1/9/1958 vs. Chicago (11), 2/15/1975 vs. Chicago (12), 11/7/1970 vs. Buffalo (11)

Nashville:

New Jersey:

NY Islanders: 12/15/1981 vs. Quebec** (10)

NY Rangers: 11/10/1998 @ Tampa Bay (10)

Ottawa:

Philadelphia: 10/18/1984 vs. Vancouver (13)

Phoenix:

Pittsburgh: 11/19/1929 vs. Toronto (10), 11/1/1995 vs. Tampa Bay (10)

San Jose:

St. Louis:

Tampa Bay:

Toronto: 1/8/1944 vs. Boston (12), 1/8/1947 vs. Chicago (10), 3/16/1957 vs. NY Rangers (14), 1/2/1971 vs. Detroit (13), 2/7/1976 vs. Boston (11), 10/14/1978 vs. NY Islanders (10), 10/16/1983 vs. Chicago (10), 1/8/1986 vs. Edmonton (11)

Vancouver: 3/28/1971 vs. California (11), 10/7/1983 vs. Minnesota* (10), 11/25/1986 vs. LA Kings (11), 3/1/1992 vs. Calgary (11)

Washington: 2/3/1999 vs. Tampa Bay (10)

*-Then known as the Minnesota North Stars

**-Now known as the Colorado Avalanche

***-Then known as the Quebec Nordiques

!-Now known as the Carolina Hurricanes

!!-Then known as the Hartford Whalers

&-Now known as the Phoenix Coyotes

&&-Then known as the Winnipeg Jets

^-Now known as Calgary Flames

^^-Then known as Atlanta Flames

#-Now known as the Detroit Red Wings

##-Then known as the Detroit Falcons (1930-1932)

###-Then known as the Detroit Cougars (1926-1930)

%-Now known as the New Jersey Devils

%%-Then known as the Colorado Rockies (1976-1982)

%%%-Then known as the Kansas City Scouts (1974-1976)

?-Now known as the Toronto Maple Leafs

??-Then known as the Toronto St. Pats (1919-1926)

???-Then known as the Toronto Arenas (1917-1919)

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Teams that have folded

+-Cleveland Barons (1976-78)

++-California Golden Seals (1970-76)

+++-Oakland Seals (1967-70)

=-Montreal Maroons (1924-38)

/-Montreal Wanderers (1917-18)

\-Quebec Bulldogs (1919-20)

\\-Hamilton Tigers (1920-25)

\\\-New York Americans (1925-41)

\\\\-Brooklyn Americans (1941-42)

x-Ottawa Senators (1917-34)

xx-St. Louis Eagles (1934-35)

<-Pittsburgh Pirates (1925-30)

<<-Philadelphia Quakers (1930-31)

As of right now, this is what I have seen.

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You missed a few current franchises:

Hartford/Carolina

Nashville

Kansas City/Colorado/New Jersey

Ottawa

Winnipeg/Phoenix

You should check your results against Yzerfan's post, too.

Look right here, man.

*-Then known as the Minnesota North Stars

**-Now known as the Colorado Avalanche

***-Then known as the Quebec Nordiques

!-Now known as the Carolina Hurricanes

!!-Then known as the Hartford Whalers

&-Now known as the Phoenix Coyotes

&&-Then known as the Winnipeg Jets

^-Now known as Calgary Flames

^^-Then known as Atlanta Flames

#-Now known as the Detroit Red Wings

##-Then known as the Detroit Falcons (1930-1932)

###-Then known as the Detroit Cougars (1926-1930)

%-Now known as the New Jersey Devils

%%-Then known as the Colorado Rockies (1976-1982)

%%%-Then known as the Kansas City Scouts (1974-1976)

?-Now known as the Toronto Maple Leafs

??-Then known as the Toronto St. Pats (1919-1926)

???-Then known as the Toronto Arenas (1917-1919)

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Teams that have folded

+-Cleveland Barons (1976-78)

++-California Golden Seals (1970-76)

+++-Oakland Seals (1967-70)

=-Montreal Maroons (1924-38)

/-Montreal Wanderers (1917-18)

\-Quebec Bulldogs (1919-20)

\\-Hamilton Tigers (1920-25)

\\\-New York Americans (1925-41)

\\\\-Brooklyn Americans (1941-42)

x-Ottawa Senators (1917-34)

xx-St. Louis Eagles (1934-35)

<-Pittsburgh Pirates (1925-30)

<<-Philadelphia Quakers (1930-31)

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I am pretty sure the North Stars beat Winnipeg 15-2 in the mid-1980s.

(My uncle had seats behind the visitor's bench in the 1980s and he says that at the next Win/Min game, during the Canadian Anthem, he sang "15 to 2" during "Oh, Canada" and a player turned around and squirted him with a water bottle.)

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Right, but they weren't listed among the current franchises until you edited your post after I made that comment.

How is it that you're still lacking any results for Ottawa given the fact that it was their 10 - 4 victory over Buffalo that prompted this thread?

That's some thorough research, ace. :rolleyes:

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(My uncle had seats behind the visitor's bench in the 1980s and he says that at the next Win/Min game, during the Canadian Anthem, he sang "15 to 2" during "Oh, Canada" and a player turned around and squirted him with a water bottle.)

Did he climb over the glass to try to fight the player or is that only a Philly fan kinda thing?

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As i said earlier, this was gonna take a lot of time and work. However, I will have ALL of the games in which 10+ goals were scored in the NHL (for the regular season only, for now by the end of next week, cause it is a pain in the ass to get all of the information.

Thanks, guys!!

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I am pretty sure the North Stars beat Winnipeg 15-2 in the mid-1980s.

(My uncle had seats behind the visitor's bench in the 1980s and he says that at the next Win/Min game, during the Canadian Anthem, he sang "15 to 2" during "Oh, Canada" and a player turned around and squirted him with a water bottle.)

And my memory, though this was a long time ago, was that at the time, it was second all-time. I think Montreal had scored 17. But I have seen no reference thus far to anything more than 13 and I am no hockey historian.

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(My uncle had seats behind the visitor's bench in the 1980s and he says that at the next Win/Min game, during the Canadian Anthem, he sang "15 to 2" during "Oh, Canada" and a player turned around and squirted him with a water bottle.)

Did he climb over the glass to try to fight the player or is that only a Philly fan kinda thing?

This is where his story gets fishy. He claims he grabbed the bottle and squirted the player back. And then gave it back to him and nothing more happened.

I called "B.S." but he claims it is true.

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The bigger question is....when's the last time two players of the same team scored 4 goals each in the same game?

--Roger "Time?" Clemente.

According to TSN:

Alfredsson and Havlat also became the first duo to turn the trick since Randy McKay and John Madden each had four goals in New Jersey's 9-0 win over Pittsburgh on Oct. 29, 2000.

Prior to McKay and Madden, the last teammates to score four goals apiece were brothers Odie and Sprague Cleghorn, who did it for Montreal in a 10-6 win over the Hamilton Tigers on Jan. 14, 1922.

http://www.tsn.ca/nhl/news_story/?ID=141769&hubname=nhl

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