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12-14-2010, 02:35 PM
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Most Shots Faced in a Regulation Shutout?

Jonnie Quick last night stopped 51 shots against in a regulation shutout, and I'm wondering if someone knows if that's a record? Watched the game in full on TSN2 and was very very impressed, many quality saves from in close.

I know Cujo made 52 saves against the Wings in 1996 regular season, but that was a 0-0 tie, which must have included some overtime saves.

Anderson had 50 saves in regulation last year vs the Sharks in the playoffs, in a game they eventually went on to win.

I know Roy and Hasek have shutouts in the playoffs that got over 60 and 70 shots, but those were triple and quadruple overtime games.

I'm having a hard time figuring out how to research this one. I suspect it may be a record, and it should be recognized by the HOH community if it is. Either way, fantastic achievement.

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12-14-2010, 03:00 PM
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I've got more data at home, so I'm not 100% convinced that this is the answer, but:

Craig Anderson stopped 53 shots in a 1-0 regulation win on March 2, 2008.

(Two nights later, he stopped another 40 shots, in another 1-0 victory that included 22 seconds of overtime. Poor Anderson )

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Since 1952, there have been 5 other 50+ save shutout games in the regular season ...


FLO Craig Anderson 53 http://www.flyershistory.com/cgi-bin....cgi?H20070989
EDM Curtis Joseph 52 http://www.flyershistory.com/cgi-bin....cgi?H19960368
NJ Martin Brodeur 51 http://www.flyershistory.com/cgi-bin....cgi?H20090682
NYI Glenn Healy 51 http://www.flyershistory.com/cgi-bin....cgi?H19890486
DET Sawchuk 50 http://www.flyershistory.com/cgi-bin....cgi?H19590048


this is the best I could do with Hockey Summary Project data

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Excellent - thanks! I remembered Anderson's game as the record at the time, but my memory fails more often than it used to

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Fantastic! Thanks!

Well that answers it -- the second best shutout in regulation in history just happened last night... what an amazing feat!

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Fantastic! Thanks!

Well that answers it -- the second best shutout in regulation in history just happened last night... what an amazing feat!
Third-best. Still amazing, though.

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12-14-2010, 03:42 PM
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^ Well, from that list, CuJo and Brodeur's went to overtime I believe.... only Anderson's is ahead in regulation time

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^ Well, from that list, CuJo and Brodeur's went to overtime I believe.... only Anderson's is ahead in regulation time
Ah, good point - I didn't check the individual links.

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i think this one is near the top forsure
edit: forgot to read shutout!

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LOL.

I looked at Healy's and went, "what scrub team would let that happen lol"

Then I realized, that's my scrub team

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did tugnutt get a shutout that time he had like 70 saves?

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did tugnutt get a shutout that time he had like 70 saves?
No, that was a 3-3 OT tie. Here's the box score:

http://www.flyershistory.com/cgi-bin....cgi?H19900786

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12-15-2010, 01:22 PM
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No, that was a 3-3 OT tie. Here's the box score:

http://www.flyershistory.com/cgi-bin....cgi?H19900786
Sorry for getting off topic, but watching the Pens streak end last night to Boucher, got me thinking back to you-know-when!

Does that make Tugnutt the only goalie to make 70 saves in a regular season game and a playoffs game?

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Sorry for getting off topic, but watching the Pens streak end last night to Boucher, got me thinking back to you-know-when!

Does that make Tugnutt the only goalie to make 70 saves in a regular season game and a playoffs game?
I would guess that is accurate though not 100% sure.

At the time, Tugnutt's 70 saves was second most in a regular season game. Chicago's Sam LoPresti had 80 saves in a 3-2 loss on March 4, 1941. In that game, he stopped the first 42 shots he faced.

Ed Belfour made 72 saves in a 3-OT PO game. At the time, it was the second most in a PO game. Here are other 70+-save games through that time:

Most Playoff Saves
73 -- Kelly Hrudey, N.Y. Islanders, vs. Washington (W, 3-2, 4OT), April 18, 1987.
72 -- Ed Belfour, Toronto, vs. Philadelphia (L, 2-3, 3OT), April 16, 2003.
70 -- Mikhail Shtalenkov, Anaheim, vs. Detroit (L, 2-3), May 8, 1997.
70 -- Ron Tugnutt, Pittsburgh, vs. Philadelphia (L, 1-2, 5OT), May 5, 2000.
70 -- Dominik Hasek, Buffalo, vs. New Jersey (W, 1-0, 4OT), April 27, 1994.

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According to the game summary printed in a newspaper article from 1936, Normie Smith stopped 89 shots in Detroit's 1-0 6OT win over the Montreal Maroons (the game where Mud Bruneteau scored the winner)

http://news.google.ca/newspapers?

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^ Interesting. Maybe the list I posted starts with 1956 (runs through 2003) since that is when the NHL recognized the stat.

Here's a link to the Canucks' website and a note about Luongo.

http://canucks.nhl.com/club/news.htm?id=451964

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NEW YORK - Vancouver goaltender Roberto Luongo made a record-setting Stanley Cup playoff debut Wednesday night, stopping 72 of an NHL-record 76 shots and helping the Canucks defeat the Dallas Stars 5-4 in four overtimes in the opener of the teams' Western Conference Quarterfinal.

Luongo faced the most shots in an NHL game since the League started recording the statistic in 1956. The previous mark of 75 was shared by the New York Islanders' Kelly Hrudey, against Washington in the 1987 playoffs, and the Toronto Maple Leafs' Ed Belfour, against Philadelphia in the 2003 postseason. Luongo's 72 saves matched Belfour's total and came within one of Hrudey's NHL-record 73.

The previous top performance among goaltenders making their first playoff start was that of Anaheim's Jean-Sebastien Giguere, who made 63 saves in a 2-1 triple-overtime victory at Detroit on April 10, 2003.

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Yeah, there seems to be some inconsistency about when the NHL considered it a statistic. After the Hrudey game there was an article in THN about how the game from '36 was higher but wasn't an official record because it was long before the league recognized the stat.

But I'm positive the Lopresti game used to be listed in the NHL Record Book, and that would've happened long before 1956 as well.

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Newspaper summaries were sketchy with shot totals before 1952. I know that the 1930-31 Philadelphia Quakers offical summaries DID have period by period shot totals .. but I don't think there was a manditory entry required of more than one goalie played in a game (to know how many shots each goalie faced). For the first 5 years of the league I know there wasn't period by period shot totals.

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Lopresti got revenge on the Bruins for those 83 shots. Less than a year later, February 15, 1942, he shut out the Bruins. When he son, Pete shut out the Flyers 33 years later (Feb 8, 1975), they became the first ever father/son tandem to record shutouts at the NHL level.

How about most shots on goal by a player in one game?

Bourque had 19 in that game in that game against Quebec. Would you believe in still ANOTHER 3-3 tie on January 27, 1955, Gordie Howe had 19 shots on goal? Unofficial of course.

But considering his team had just 34 and there was no overtime? And that he was held off the scoresheet? And that his brother would score the game's tying goal for NYR? And that NYR had just 21 total shots themselves? Unreal, eh?

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^ Interesting. Maybe the list I posted starts with 1956 (runs through 2003) since that is when the NHL recognized the stat.

Here's a link to the Canucks' website and a note about Luongo.

http://canucks.nhl.com/club/news.htm?id=451964
Not the same level, but there's always this beauty from the AHL just a few years back.

http://sports.espn.go.com/extra/mino...ory?id=3366250

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At 12:38 a.m., just two minutes into the fifth overtime, the Phantoms took their 100th shot, the Times Union reported. The shots-on-goal counter on the scoreboard, unable to deal with the three-digit situation, clicked to "0."

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Didn't Les Binkley have a 50+ save shutout against the Bruins for the expansion Pens in 1968?

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Didn't Les Binkley have a 50+ save shutout against the Bruins for the expansion Pens in 1968?
He had a 33-save shutout on January 28, 1968 in a 1-0 win. There's a sticky in this forum with some box scores, too.

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Ben Scrivens with 59 save shutout

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So is that the record?

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The answer is yes.

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