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01-02-2011, 10:57 PM
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Originally Posted by LaFan1967 View Post
not the most talented , no HOF's , no all stars , but quite possible the BEST
team was the 74-75 Kings. They still hold the Team record for most points with 105
( no OT/SO for the extra points ) they had the 4th best record in the league with
3 others all tied for 1st with 113 . 7 20 goal scores , +87 goal diff

18 teams - 12 make the PO's - 4 division winners get a first round bye
first round was a best of 3

Bob Nevin 80 31 41 72
Mike Murphy 78 30 38 68
Dan Maloney 80 27 39 66
Robert "Butch" Goring 60 27 33 60
Juha Widing 80 26 34 60
Frank St. Marseille 80 17 36 53
Bob Berry 80 25 23 48
Tom Williams 74 24 22 46
Bob Murdoch 80 13 29 42
Gene Carr 80 7 32 39
Mike Corrigan 80 13 21 34
Don Kozak 77 16 15 31
Terry Harper 80 5 21 26
Sheldon Kannegiesser 74 2 23 25
Neil Komadoski 74 4 12 16
Larry Brown 78 1 15 16
Dave Hutchison 68 0 6 6
Vic Venasky 17 1 2 3 0

Totals 269 goals for

Goalies
Rogatien Vachon 54 121 2.24 27w 14L 13t
Gary Edwards 27 61 2.34 15w 3L 8t

Totals 182 goals against
Excellent call LaFan1967 and Ron!

The playoff system at the time was incredibly unfair - best 2 out of 3 after a full season?

The Kings teams in 1980/81 was scary good, but lost 3-1 in the 1st round to a hot team after putting up 99 points in the regular season

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