What is the NHL single season points record?

What is the NHL single season points record?

NHL Leaders

Rank Player Season
1. Wayne Gretzky* 1985-86
2. Wayne Gretzky* 1981-82
3. Wayne Gretzky* 1984-85
4. Wayne Gretzky* 1983-84

Who was the fastest to 100 points NHL season?

Players and their 100-point seasons

Player Team Season
Sidney Crosby Pittsburgh Penguins 2018–19
John Cullen Pittsburgh Penguins/Hartford Whalers 1990–91
Marcel Dionne Detroit Red Wings 1974–75
Los Angeles Kings 1976–77

How many 200 point seasons have there been in the NHL?

Wayne Gretzky’s 215 points in a season Gretzky is the only player in NHL history to score over 200 points in a season, and he did it four times, peaking at 215 in 1985-86. One of the remarkable things about that year is that it was not the same season in which he scored a record 92 goals.

How many points does Gretzky have?

Hockey star Wayne Gretzky definitely earned his nickname the Great One. He finished his career with NHL records for goals scored (894) and assists (1,963), which gave him a total of 2,857 career points.

Who has the most points in the NHL in 2022?

C. McDavid
NHL Stats – Player Points Leader 2021-2022

# Player Team P
1 C. McDavid EDM 98
2 L. Draisaitl EDM 96
3 J. Huberdeau FLA 93
4 J. Gaudreau CAL 90

Who is the oldest 50 goal scorer in NHL?

Jaromir Jagr
It was the only 50-goal season of Bucyk’s Hall of Fame career. Since then, the oldest 50-goal scorer has been Jaromir Jagr, who scored 54 times in 2005-06, his age-34 season.

Who was the fastest player in NHL history to reach 1000 career points?

1,000-point scorers

Order reaching milestone Player Game no.
1 Gordie Howe 938
38 Ron Francis 893
13 Marcel Dionne 740
37 Steve Yzerman 737

How many points did Bobby Orr have?

915 points
Orr retired having scored 270 goals and 645 assists for 915 points in 657 games, adding 953 penalty minutes.

How many NHL records does Gretzky hold?

61 records
Wayne Gretzky holds or shares 61 records listed in the League’s Official Guide and Record Book: 40 for the regular season, 15 for the Stanley Cup playoff and six for the All-Star Game. MOST GOALS, ONE SEASON, INCLUDING PLAYOFFS: 100 – 1983-84, 87 goals in 74 regular season games and 13 goals in 19 playoff games.