A goalie who doesn't allow a single goal throughout the regular season and playoffs...And averages a goal per game by scoring whenever they pull their goalie. Quite frankly much more impressive and impossible to do.
- as warmup he scores 50 goals in 30 games
- then he will help to winn the WJC gold for his country (40 points)
- won Art Ross (150 points), maurice Richard (70 goals)
- Selke, Conn Smythe, Mark Messier, Norris, Hart, Ted Lindsay, Calder Trophy
- in every playoff round he scores the decisive goal in OT
- OK, he won also a gold in Olympic games (also with the winning goals in every playoff game)
- he won also a World Cup
- and by the way, he will give 5000 USD for every goal he scored to some nadacy fond
- in the free time between the playoff games he will fly to World Championship and play for his country
He has so much intangible in him, they actually took over his body, and he self destructed into a pile of intangibles, the bright side is, now we can take his left over intangibles and figure out how he got them
Mathematically, there is no limit to scoring, so if you take the smallest amount of time it takes to score from a centre faceoff, and do that repeatedly for an entire season, that would be the greatest possible season.
Well, it took 21 seconds to score the fastest hat-trick so theoretically 60 min * (roughly) 9 goals a minute = 540 goals a game * 82 = 44,280 goals in a season.
1) Win Vezina/Art Ross or Rocket Richard/Norris
2) Win the Ted Lindsay Award
3) Win the Hart Trophy
4) Be on the Division + Regular Seaon + Stanley Cup winning team
5) Win the Conn Smythe
6) Break a couple major statistical records for your position
That is all the major achievements someone can have in one season IMO.