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Best Winning Percentage, One Season .826 –
Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds 1984-85 (54-11-1; 109 points in 66 games) .818 – Toronto
Marlboros 1972-73 (47-7-9; 103 points in 63 games)

Most Points, One Season 109 – Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds 1984-85
(54-11-1 in 66 games) 106 – Kitchener Rangers 1983-84 (52-16-2 in 70 games)

Fewest Points, One Season 9 – London Knights
1995-96 (3-60-3 in 66 games)

Most Wins, One Season 54 – Sault Ste. Marie
Greyhounds 1984-85 (66 games) 52 – Kitchener Rangers 1983-84 (70 games)

Fewest Wins, One Season 3 – London Knights
1995-96 (66 games) 4 – Guelph Storm 1991-92 (66 games)

Most Losses, One Season 63 – Guelph Platers
1982-83 (70 games) 60 – London Knights 1995-96 (66 games)

Fewest Losses, One Season 7 – Toronto
Marlboros 1972-73 (63 games)

Most Ties, One Season (no overtime) 14 –
Hamilton Fincups 1977-78 (68 games), Peterborough Petes 1973-74 (70 games)

Most Ties, One Season (with overtime) 12 –
Belleville Bulls 1991-92

Fewest Ties, One Season (with overtime) 0 –
17 times since 1978-79

Fewest Ties, One Season (no overtime) 2 –
London Knights 1976-77 (66 games)

Most Home Wins, One Season 33 – Sault Ste.
Marie Greyhounds 1984-85 (66 games) 31 – Oshawa Generals 1979-80 (68 games), Kitchener
Rangers 1983-84 (70 games), – Ottawa 67’s 1982-83 (70 games)

Most Road Wins, One Season 23 – London
Knights 1976-77 (66 games), Windsor Spitfires 1987-88 (66 games), – Ottawa 67’s
1983-84 (70 games) and 1996-97 (66 games)

Most Home Losses, One Season 30 – Guelph
Platers 1982-83 (70 games) 29 – London Knights 1995-96 (66 games)

Most Road Losses, One Season 33 – Guelph
Platers 1982-83 (70 games) 31 – Kitchener Rangers 1978-79 (68 games), Windsor Spitfires
1982-83 (70 games), Sudbury Wolves 1982-83 (70 games), Guelph Storm 1991-92 (66 games),
Newmarket Royals 1993-94 (66 games), London Knights 1995-96 (66 games)

Most Home Ties, One Season 10 – Guelph Storm
1991-92 (66 games) 9 – Hamilton Fincups 1977-78 (68 games)

Most Road Ties, One Season 10 – Peterborough
Petes 1977-78 (68 games)

Fewest Home Wins, One Season 2 – London
Knights 1995-96 (66 games) 3 – Guelph Storm 1991-92 (66 games) 4 – Oshawa Generals 1976-77
(66 games)

Fewest Road Wins, One Season 0 – Newmarket
Royals 1993-94 (66 games) 1 – Oshawa Generals 1976-77 (66 games), Guelph Storm 1991-92 (66
games),    London Knights 1995-96 (66 games)

Fewest Home Losses, One Season 0 – Sault
Ste. Marie Greyhounds 1984-85 (66 games) 2 – Ottawa 67’s 1977-78 (68 games), St.
Catharines Fincups 1976-77 (66 games), Guelph Storm 1994-95 (66 games)

Fewest Road Losses, One Season 7 – Oshawa
Generals 1990-91 (66 games) 8 – Sudbury Wolves 1975-76 (66 games), Peterborough Petes
1987-88 (66 games),    Guelph Storm 1995-96 (66 games)

Longest Winning Streak 25 games – Kitchener
Rangers, Jan. 11, 1984 through March 16, 1984 16 games – Windsor Spitfires, Jan. 18, 1988
through March 3, 1988 15 games – Peterborough Petes, Jan. 31, 1992 through March 7, 1992

Longest Home Winning Streak 33 games – Sault
Ste. Marie Greyhounds 1984-85 season (33-0-0) 20 games – St. Catharines Fincups, Sept. 24,
1976 through Jan. 18, 1976

Longest Road Winning Streak 11 games –
Kitchener Rangers, Jan. 11 1984 through March 6, 1984 9 games – Sault Ste. Marie
Greyhounds, Oct. 24, 1980 through Dec. 3, 1980;    Peterborough Petes, Jan.
28, 1992 through March 3, 1992.

Longest Undefeated Streak 25 games –
Kitchener Rangers, Jan. 11, 1984 through March 16, 1984 (25 wins) 24 games – Oshawa
Generals, Oct. 24, 1982 through Dec. 17, 1982 (22 wins, 2 ties)

Longest Home Undefeated Streak 33 games –
Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds 1984-85 season (33-0-0) 23 games – London Knights, Nov. 5,
1976 through Feb.27, 1977 (21 wins, 2 ties)

Longest Road Undefeated Streak 12 games –
Oshawa Generals, Oct. 27, 1982 through Dec. 28, 1982 (10 wins, 2 ties)

Longest Losing Streak 28 games – Kingston
Canadians, Jan. 19, 1988 through March 18, 1988 25 games – Guelph Platers, Jan. 14, 1983
through March 13, 1983

Longest Home Losing Streak 18 games – London
Knights, Sept. 22, 1995 through Dec. 10, 1995 12 games – Guelph Platers, Jan. 14, 1983
through March 11, 1983

Longest Road Losing Streak 29 games –
Newmarket Royals, Oct. 1, 1993 through March 8, 1994 23 games – Detroit Compuware
Ambassadors, Oct. 26, 1990 through Feb. 12, 1991

Longest Winless Streak 33 games – London
Knights, Sept. 21, 1995 through Dec. 21, 1995 (31 losses, 2 ties) 28 games – Kingston
Canadians, Jan. 19, 1988 through March 18, 1988 (28 losses)

Longest Home Winless Streak 19 games –
London Knights, Sept. 22, 1995 through Dec. 15, 1995 (18 losses, 1 tie) 13 games – Guelph
Storm, Sept. 19, 1991 through Nov. 22, 1991 (8 losses, 5 ties)

Longest Road Winless Streak 33 games –
Newmarket Royals, Sept. 23, 1993 through March 18, 1994 (31 losses, 2 ties) 23 games –
Detroit Compuware Ambassadors, Oct. 26, 1990 through Feb. 12, 1991

Most Shutouts 6 – Guelph Platers 1986-87 (66
games) 5 – Niagara Falls Flyers 1978-79 (68 games); Peterborough Petes 1978-79 (68 games);
Ottawa 67’s 1983-84 (70 games)

Most Goals 469 – Toronto Marlboros 1974-75
(70 games) 438 – St. Catharines Fincups (66 games) 418 – Kicthener Rangers 1983-84 (70
games)

Fewest Goals 154 – Toronto St.
Michael’s Majors 1997-98 (66 games) 193 – Niagara Falls Flyers 1970-71 (62 games)

Most Goals Against 555 – Guelph Platers
1982-83 (70 games) 470 – Windsor Spitfires 1975-76 (66 games)

Fewest Goals Against 174 – Peterborough
Petes 1970-71 (62 games) 177 – Ottawa 67’s 1996-97 (66 games) 186 – Guelph Storm
1995-96 (66 games)

Most Goals, Both Teams, One Game (since 1976-77)
22 – Jan 21, 1977, Peterborough 6 at Sault Ste. Marie 16; Jan. 11, 1980, Ottawa 16 at
Brantford 6

Most Goals, One Team, One Game (since 1976-77)
16 – Jan 21, 1977, Peterborough 6 at Sault Ste. Marie 16; Dec. 17, 1978,
     Peterborough 16 at Sault Ste. Marie 5; Jan. 11, 1980, Ottawa 16
at    Brantford 2

Fewest Goals, Both Teams, One Game 0 – Feb.
26, 1994 Kingston 0 at Ottawa 0; Nov. 25, 1984, Sudbury 0 at North Bay 0

Individual Records

CAREER

Most Goals, Career 215 – Peter Lee, Ottawa,
1971-72 through 1975-76 198 – Stan Drulia, Niagara Falls, Hamilton and Belleville, 1984-85
through 1988-89 194 – Dale McCourt, Sudbury, Hamilton, 1972-73 through 1976-77

Most Assists, Career 318 – Bill Bowler,
Windsor, 1991-92 through 1994-95 303 – Brett Seguin, Ottawa, 1988-89 through 1991-92 290 –
Wayne Groulx, Sault Ste. Marie, 1981-82 through 1984-85

Most Points, Career 479 – Stan Drulia,
Niagara Falls, Hamilton and Belleville, 1984-85 through 1988-89 477 – Dale McCourt,
Sudbury, Hamilton, 1972-73 through 1976-77 477 – Wayne Groulx, Sault Ste. Marie, 1981-82
through 1984-85

SEASON

Most Goals, One Season 87 – Ernie Godden,
Windsor, 1980-81 (68 games) 81 – Peter Lee, Ottawa, 1975-76 (66 games); Tony Tanti,
Oshawa, 1980-81(68 games); Ray Sheppard, Cornwall, 1985-86 (66 games)

Most Assists, One Season 123 – Bob Smith,
Ottawa, 1977-78 (68 games) 119 – Mike Kaszycki, Sault Ste. Marie, 1975-76 (66 games)

Most Points, One Season 192 – Bob Smith,
Ottawa, 1977-78 (68 games) 182 – Wayne Gretzky, Sault Ste. Marie, 1977-78 (68 games) 177 –
Doug Gilmour, Cornwall, 1982-83 (70 games)

Most Goals, by a Defenceman, One Season 47 –
Bryan Fogarty, Niagara Falls, 1988-89 (66 games) 38 – Bobby Orr, Oshawa, 1965-66 (48
games) 38 – Chris Allen, Kingston, 1997-98 (66 games) 38 – Allan MacInnis, Kitchener,
1982-83 (70 games)

Most Assists, by a Defenceman, One Season
108 – Bryan Fogarty, Niagara Falls, 1988-89 (66 games) 96 – Doug Crossman, Ottawa, 1979-80
(68 games)

Most Points, by a Defenceman, One Season 155
– Bryan Fogarty, Niagara Falls, 1988-89 (66 games) 123 – Denis Potvin, Ottawa, 1972-73 (63
games)

Most Goals, by a Rookie, One Season 81 –
Tony Tanti, Oshawa, 1980-81 (68 games) 70 – Wayne Gretzky, Sault Ste. Marie, 1977-78 (68
games)

Most Assists, by a Rookie, One Season 112 –
Wayne Gretzky, Sault Ste. Marie, 1977-78 (68 games) 70 – John Tavella, Sault Ste. Marie,
1975-76 (66 games)

Most Points, by a Rookie, One Season 182 –
Wayne Gretzky, Sault Ste. Marie, 1977-78 (68 games) 150 – Tony Tanti, Oshawa, 1980-81 (68
games)

Most Power-Play Goals, One Season 37 – Tony
Tanti, Oshawa, 1980-81 (68 games) 32 – John Tavella, Sault Ste. Marie, 1975-76 (66 games)

Most Shorthand Goals, One Season 12 – Keith
Osborne, Niagara Falls, 1988-89 (66 games) 11 – Cameron Mann, Peterborough, 1995-96 (66
games); David Bruce, Kitchener, 1982-83 (70 games)

Most Game Winning Goals, One Season 16 –
Eric Lindros, Oshawa, 1990-91 (66 games) 14 – Jim Fox, Ottawa, 1979-80 (68 games)

Most Penalty Minutes, One Season 384 – Mike
Moher, Kitchener, 1981-82 (68 games)

Most Shutouts, One Season 9 – Don Lockhart,
Toronto, 1949-50 8 – Len Broderick, Toronto, 1956-57 6 – Glenn Hall, Windsor, 1950-51

Longest Consecutive Point Scoring Streak 55
games – Doug Gilmour, Cornwall, Oct. 19, 1982 through Feb. 27, 1983 52 games – Jim Fox,
Ottawa, Sept. 20, 1979 through March 14, 1980

Longest Consecutive Goal Scoring Streak 19
games – Mike Ricci, Peterborough, Oct. 27, 1988 through Dec. 11, 1988 18 games – Brian
Dobbin, London, Nov. 16, 1984 through Jan. 6, 1985

Longest Consecutive Assist Scoring Streak 26
games – Lee Giffin, Oshawa, Nov. 30, 1986 through March 15, 1987 23 games – Jim Fox,
Ottawa, Dec. 14, 1979 through March 14, 1980

Single Game

Most Goals, One Game 6 – Nine times – Tim
Young, Ottawa (1974-75); Paul Mancini, Sault Ste. Marie (1977-78); Tony Tanti, Oshawa
(1980-81); Mario Simioni, Toronto (1982-83); Garry Lacey, Toronto (1983-84); Kevin Conway,
Kingston  (1983-84); Steve Thomas, Toronto (1983-84); Jack MacKeigan, Toronto
(1985-86); Colin Miller, Niagara Falls (1988-89)

Most Assists, One Game 9 – Mike Kaszycki,
Sault Ste. Marie, March 11, 1976 vs. Kitchener 7 – Ten times

Most Points, One Game 11 – Mike Kaszycki,
Sault Ste. Marie, March 11, 1976 vs. Kitchener, 2 goals, 9 assists) 10 – Steve Thomas,
Toronto, March 11, 1984 vs. Kingston (6 goals, 4 assists); Darren     
Colbourne, Cornwall, Oct. 29, 1987 vs. Toronto (4 goals, 6 assists)

Most Goals, by a Defenceman, One Game 5 –
Allan MacInnis, Kitchener, March 13, 1983 vs. Guelph

Most Assists, by a Defenceman, One Game 7 –
Mike O;Connell, Kingston, 1974-75 6 – Bryan Fogarty, Niagara Falls, Jan. 12, 1989 at North
Bay; Jason Gladney, Kitchener, Oct. 29, 1993 vs. Detroit

Most Points, by a Defenceman, One Game 8 –
Bryan Fogarty, twice, Nov. 11, 1988 at Sudbury (3 goals, 5 assists) and Jan. 12, 1989
     at North Bay (2 goals, 6 assists)

Most Goals, by a Rookie, One Game 6 – Tony
Tanti, Oshawa, Jan. 18, 1981 vs. Kitchener; Colin Miller, Niagara Falls, Oct. 13,
     1988 vs. North Bay

Most Points, by a Rookie, One Game 8 – Dave
Simpson, London, Nov. 30, 1979 vs. Brantford; Tony Tanti, Oshawa, Jan. 18,
     1981 vs. Kitchener; Mike Wolak, Kitchener, Dec. 13, 1985 vs.
Sudbury

Most Power-play Goals, One Game 5 – Bobby
Smith, Ottawa, Oct. 2, 1977 vs. Niagara Falls

Most Shorthand Goals, One Game 3 – Mike
Hoffman, Brantford, Dec. 26, 1982 vs. Guelph; David Bruce, Kitchener, Jan. 6,
     1984 vs. Cornwall

Period

Fastest Goal, Start of the Game 0:05 – Paul
Gardner, Oshawa, Feb. 13, 1976 vs. Kitchener; Dave MacQueen, Sudbury,
     Oct. 20, 1978 vs. Peterborough

Fastest Goal, Start of Period 0:04 – Doug
Synishin, London, Nov. 3, 1989 vs. Niagara Falls, 2nd period

Fastest Two Goals, by One Player 0:03 –
Tyler Ertel, North Bay, Jan. 8, 1989 vs. Sudbury, 3rd period at 19:35 and 19:38 0:04 –
Greg Malone, Oshawa, Oct. 22, 1974 vs. Peterborough, 3rd period at 6:10 and 6:14; Mike
Foligno, Sudbury, Jan. 16, 1979 vs. Sault Ste. Marie, 3rd period at 3:51 and 3:55; Rick
Pickersgill, Brantford, Jan. 9, 1983 vs. Kingston, 2nd period at 8:03 and 8:07

Fastest Three Goals, by One Player 0:24 –
Tom McDonell, Ottawa, Dec. 10, 1976 vs. Sudbury, 2nd period at 13:02, 13:12 and 13:26

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