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01-14-2009, 11:15 AM
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NHL Team with most 30 goal scorers

I thought the 70's Bruins had the record for most 20 goal men, with something like 7 or 8, but which team can boast the most 30 goal scorers in one year?

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Not sure if it's the most, but suprisingly the last place 1968-69 Chicago Blackhawks had 5 players score 30+ goals. They were Bobby Hull (58), Dennis Hull (30), Stan Mikita (30), Jim Pappin (30), and Ken Wharram (30).

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Montreal had 5 players pull the trick 4 times:

1971-72: Yvan Cournoyer (47), Frank Mahovlich (43), Pete Mahovlich (35), Jacques Lemaire (32), Marc Tardif (31)
1974-75: Guy Lafleur (53), Jacques Lemaire (36), Pete Mahovlich (35), Yvon Lambert (32), Steve Shutt (30)
1975-76: Guy Lafleur (56), Steve Shutt (45), Pete Mahovlich (34), Yvan Cournoyer (32), Yvon Lambert (32)
1981-82: Mark Napier (40), Keith Acton (36), Pierre Mondou (35), Mario Tremblay (33), Steve Shutt (31)

Also, Montreal had 3 players with 40+ goals once:
1979-80: Guy Lafleur (50), Pierre Larouche (50), Steve Shutt (47)

Montreal also had 10 players with 10+ goals once:
1974-75: Guy Lafleur (53), Jacques Lemaire (36), Pete Mahovlich (35), Yvon Lambert (32), Steve Shutt (30), Yvan Cournoyer (29), Guy Lapointe (28), Murray Wilson (24), Mario Tremblay (21), Serge Savard (20)

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Montreal had 5 players pull the trick 4 times:

1971-72: Yvan Cournoyer (47), Frank Mahovlich (43), Pete Mahovlich (35), Jacques Lemaire (32), Marc Tardif (31)
1974-75: Guy Lafleur (53), Jacques Lemaire (36), Pete Mahovlich (35), Yvon Lambert (32), Steve Shutt (30)
1975-76: Guy Lafleur (56), Steve Shutt (45), Pete Mahovlich (34), Yvan Cournoyer (32), Yvon Lambert (32)
1981-82: Mark Napier (40), Keith Acton (36), Pierre Mondou (35), Mario Tremblay (33), Steve Shutt (31)
Wow I never would have thought Keith Acton could score 36 goals.

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The Jets had 6 in 1984-85.

Hawerchuk,MacLean,Steen,Boschman,Smail and Brian Mullen scored 30 or more that year.

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Detroit has 5 players with 30+ goals three times:
1979-80: Mike Foligno (36), Vaclav Nedomansky (35), Errol Thompson (34), Dan Labraaten (30), Dale McCourt (30)
1991-92: Steve Yzerman (45), Ray Sheppard (36), Paul Ysebaert (35), Jimmy Carson (34), Sergei Fedorov (32)
1992-93: Steve Yzerman (58), Dino Ciccarelli (41), Sergei Fedorov (34), Paul Ysebaert (34), Ray Sheppard (32)

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The Isles also had 6 30-goal scorers in 77-78. Bossy,Trottier,Gillies,Potvin,Nystrom and Bourne. Same for the Sabres in 74-75. Robert, Perreault, Martin, Luce, Dudley and Gare.

http://hfboards.com/showthread.php?t=405884 this Thread features basicly the same question.

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Boston had 5 players with 30+ goals twice:
1970-71: Phil Esposito (76), Johnny Bucyk (51), Ken Hodge (43), Bobby Orr (37), John McKenzie (31)
1973-74: Phil Esposito (68), Ken Hodge (50), Bobby Orr (32), Johnny Bucyk (31), Wayne Cashman (30)

Also, Boston had 3 players with 40+ goals once:
1970-71: Phil Esposito (76), Johnny Bucyk (51), Ken Hodge (43)

Boston also had 11 players with 20+ goals once:
1977-78: Peter McNab (41), Terry O'Reilly (29), Stan Jonathan (27), Bobby Schmautz (27), Rick Middleton (25), Jean Ratelle (25), Wayne Cashman (24), Gregg Sheppard (24), Brad Park (22), Don Marcotte (20), Bob Miller (20)

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Some of pnep's numbers look off. Edmonton didn't have 6 players with 30+ goals in 1987-88. Neither did Boston in 1973-74.

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The Isles also had 6 30-goal scorers in 77-78. Bossy,Trottier,Gillies,Potvin,Nystrom and Bourne. Same for the Sabres in 74-75. Robert, Perreault, Martin, Luce, Dudley and Gare.

http://hfboards.com/showthread.php?t=405884 this Thread features basicly the same question.
Sorry did not see that, but that was posted in 2007 i guess. Just wondering because Calgary has 5, 14 goal men now, (Moss, Bourque, Langkow, Cammalleri, Igilna) plus Bertuzzi has 11, and that includes 5 in the first 5 games of the year. If he gets hot and with some luck, I think it is possible for Calgary to have 6 30 goal men this year

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Some of pnep's numbers look off. Edmonton didn't have 6 players with 30+ goals in 1987-88. Neither did Boston in 1973-74.
Both did if you count the full-season totals of players traded to them during the year (Courtnall and Schmautz, respectively.)

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Both already mentioned, both with 6:

http://www.hockey-reference.com/teams/NYI/1978.html

http://www.hockey-reference.com/teams/WPG/1985.html

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I thought the 70's Bruins had the record for most 20 goal men, with something like 7 or 8, but which team can boast the most 30 goal scorers in one year?
I think the record for 20 goal scorers is 11 by the Bruins in the early 70's under Don Cherry.

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