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Sunday, March 4, 2001
All-Star history and records



SCORING: CAREER | GAME | PERIOD  GOALTENDING: CAREER

All-Star Game results
Year Score Site MVP
2000 N. America 14, World 12 Denver Bill Guerin, Boston
2000 World 9, N. America 4 Toronto Pave Bure, Florida
1999 N. America 8, World 6 Tampa Wayne Gretzky, NY Rangers
1998 N. America 8, World 7 Vancouver Teemu Selanne, Anaheim
1997 East 11, West 7 San Jose Mark Recchi, Montreal
1996 East 5, West 4 Boston Ray Bourque, Boston
1995 No game due to lockout
1994 East 9, West 8 New York Mike Richter, NY Rangers
1993 Wales 16, Campbell 6 Montreal Mike Gartner, NY Rangers
1992 Campbell 10, Wales 6 Philadelphia Brett Hull, St. Louis
1991 Campbell 11, Wales 5 Chicago Vincent Damphousse, Toronto
1990 Wales 12, Campbell 7 Pittsburgh Mario Lemieux, Pittsburgh
1989 Campbell 9, Wales 5 Edmonton Wayne Gretzky, Los Angeles
1988 Wales 6, Campbell 5 (OT) St. Louis Mario Lemieux, Pittsburgh
1987 Replaced by Rendezvous '87, two games between the Soviet Union and NHL.
1986 Wales 4, Campbell 3 (OT) Hartford Grant Fuhr, Edmonton
1985 Wales 6, Campbell 4 Calgary Mario Lemieux, Pittsburgh
1984 Wales 7, Campbell 6 New Jersey Don Maloney, NY Rangers
1983 Campbell 9, Wales 3 NY Islanders Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton
1982 Wales 4, Campbell 2 Washington Mike Bossy, NY Islanders
1981 Campbell 4, Wales 1 Los Angeles Mike Liut, St. Louis
1980 Wales 6, Campbell 3 Detroit Reggie Leach, Philadelphia
1979 Replaced by the Challenge Cup Series between the Soviet Union and Team NHL.
1978 Wales 3, Campbell 2 (OT) Buffalo Billy Smith, NY Islanders
1977 Wales 4, Campbell 3 Vancouver Rick Martin, Buffalo
1976 Wales 7, Campbell 5 Philadelphia Peter Mahovlich, Montreal
1975 Wales 7, Campbell 1 Montreal Syl Apps Jr., Pittsburgh
1974 West 6, East 4 Chicago Garry Unger, St. Louis
1973 East 5, West 4 NY Rangers Greg Polis, Pittsburgh
1972 East 3, West 2 Minnesota Bobby Orr, Boston
1971 West 2, East 1 Boston Bobby Hull, Chicago
1970 East 4, West 1 St. Louis Bobby Hull, Chicago
1969 East 3, West 3 Montreal Frank Mahovlich, Montreal
1968 Toronto 4, All-Stars 3 Toronto Bruce Gamble, Toronto
1967 Montreal 3, All-Stars 0 Montreal Henri Richard, Montreal
1966 No game since it was moved from start of season to mid-season.
1965 All-Stars 5, Montreal 2 Montreal Gordie Howe, Detroit
1964 All-Stars 3, Toronto 2 Toronto Jean Beliveau, Montreal
1963 All-Stars 3, Toronto 3 Toronto Frank Mahovlich, Montreal
1962 Toronto 4, All-Stars 1 Toronto Eddie Shack, Toronto
1961 All-Stars 3, Chicago 1 Chicago  
1960 All-Stars 2, Montreal 1 Montreal  
1959 Montreal 6, All-Stars 1 Montreal  
1958 Montreal 6, All-Stars 3 Montreal  
1957 All-Stars 5, Montreal 3 Montreal  
1956 All-Stars 1, Montreal 1 Montreal  
1955 Detroit 3, All-Stars 1 Detroit  
1954 All-Stars 2, Detroit 2 Detroit  
1953 All-Stars 3, Montreal 1 Montreal  
1952 1st Team 1, 2nd Team 1 Detroit  
1951 1st Team 2, 2nd Team 2 Toronto  
1950 Detroit 7, All-Stars 1 Detroit  
1949 All-Stars 3, Toronto 1 Toronto  
1948 All-Stars 3, Toronto 1 Chicago  
1947 All-Stars 4, Toronto 3 Toronto  

Scoring records - career

Games played
GP Player (years)
23 Gordie Howe ('48-80)
18 Ray Bourque ('81-pres.)
17 Wayne Gretzky ('80-99)
15 Frank Mahovlich ('59-74)
14 Paul Coffey ('82-97)

Goals
G Player (games)
13 Wayne Gretzky (17)
12 Mario Lemieux (8)
10 Gordie Howe (23)
8 Frank Mahovlich (15)
7 Pavel Bure (5)
  Maurice Richard (13)

Assists
A Player (games)
13 Ray Bourque (18)
  Mark Messier (14)
12 Wayne Gretzky (17)
  Adam Oates (5)
  Joe Sakic (8)
10 Paul Coffey (14)

Points
Pts. Player (games)
25 Wayne Gretzky (13-12-25, 17 GP)
20 Mario Lemieux (11-9-20, 8 GP)
19 Gordie Howe (10-9-19, 23 GP)
18 Mark Messier (5-13-18, 14 GP)
17 Ray Bourque (4-13-17, 18 GP)

Penalty minutes (career)
PIM Player (games)
27 Gordie Howe (23)
21 Gus Mortson (9)
16 Harry Howell (7)

Scoring records - game

Goals (game)
G Player (year)
4 Wayne Gretzky (1983)
  Mario Lemieux (1990)
  Vincent Damphousse (1991)
  Mike Gartner (1993)
3 Ted Lindsay (1950)
  Mario Lemieux (1988)
  Pierre Turgeon (1993)
  Mark Recchi (1997)
  Owen Nolan (1997)
  Teemu Selanne (1998)
  Pavel Bure (2000)

Assists (game)
A Player (year)
5 Mats Naslund (1988)
4 Ray Bourque (1985)
  Adam Oates (1991)
  Adam Oates (1993)
  Mark Recchi (1993)
  Pierre Turgeon (1994)

Points (game)
Pts. Player (year)
6 Mario Lemieux (3-3-6, 1988)
5 Mat Naslund (0-5-5, 1988)
  Adam Oates (1-4-5, 1991)
  Mike Gartner (4-1-5, 1993)
  Mark Recchi (1-4-5, 1993)
  Pierre Turgeon (3-2-5, 1993)

Scoring records - period

Goals (period)
G Player (year)
4 Wayne Gretzky (3rd, 1983)
3 Mario Lemieux (1st, 1990)
  Vincent Damphousse (3rd, 1991)
  Mike Gartner (1st, 1993)

Assists (period)
A Player (year)
4 Adam Oates (1st, 1993)
3 Mark Messier (3rd, 1983)

Points (period)
Pts. Player (year)
4 Wayne Gretzky (3rd, 4-0-4, 1983)
  Mike Gartner (1st, 3-1-4, 1993)
  Adam Oates (1st, 0-4-4, 1993)

Goaltending records - career

Games played (career)
GP Player (years)
13 Glenn Hall (1955-69)
11 Terry Sawchuk (1950-68)
8 Patrick Roy (1988-present)
  Jacques Plante (1956-70)
6 Tony Esposito (1970-80)
  Ed Giacomin (1967-73)
  Grant Fuhr (1982-89)

Minutes played (career)
Min. Player (games)
540 Glenn Hall (13)
467 Terry Sawchuk (11)
370 Jacques Plante (8)
209 Turk Broda (4)
190 Patrick Roy (8)

GAA (career)
GAA Player (games)
0.68 Gilles Villemure (3)
1.49 Gerry McNeil (3)
1.50 Johnny Bower (4)
1.51 Frank Brimsek (2)
1.64 Lorne "Gump" Worsely (4)

Most goals against (career)
GA Player (games)
24 Patrick Roy (8)
22 Glenn Hall (13)
21 Mike Vernon (5)
19 Terry Sawchuk (11)
18 Jacques Plante (8)
  Andy Moog (4)

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