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Records

USHL Regular Season Team Records

MOST

Most points, season: 97
Des Moines Buccaneers, 1998-99 (56 games)

Most wins, season: 48
Des Moines Buccaneers, 1998-99 (56 games)

Most losses, season: 48
Omaha Lancers, 1986-87, Tri-City Storm, 2008-09

Most ties, season: 5
Omaha Lancers, 1990-91
Dubuque Fighting Saints, 1992-93
Des Moines Buccaneers, 1994-95
North Iowa Huskies, 1994-95

Most shootout games, season: 15
Des Moines Buccaneers, 2006-07

Most shootout wins, season: 8
Green Bay Gamblers, 1997-98

Most shootout losses, season: 9
Des Moines Buccaneers, 2006-07

Most home wins, season: 29
Des Moines Buccaneers, 1998-99
Lincoln Stars, 2001-02

Most road wins, season: 24
Cedar Rapids RoughRiders, 2004-05

Most home losses, season: 24
Omaha Lancers, 1986-87

Most road losses, season: 28
Rochester Mustangs, 2001-02

Most home ties, season: 3
Rochester Mustangs, 1988-89
Des Moines Buccaneers, 1992-93
Des Moines Buccaneers, 1994-95
North Iowa Huskies, 1994-95
Twin Cities Vulcans, 1995-96

Most road ties, season: 4
Dubuque Fighting Saints, 1994-95

Most consecutive games without recording a shutout: 314
Waterloo Black Hawks, 1979-80 through middle of 1985-86 season

Most shutouts, season: 17
Omaha Lancers, 2001-02

Most shutouts, against, season: 14
Ohio Jr. Blue Jackets, 2006-07

Most overtime games, season: 18
Des Moines Buccaneers, 2006-07

Most home overtime games, season: 8
Madison Capitols, 1985-86

Most road overtime games, season: 11
Des Moines Buccaneers, 2006-07

Most overtime wins, season: 7
Cedar Rapids RoughRiders, 2001-02

Most overtime losses, season: 8
Madison Capitols, 1985-86

Most goals, season: 358
Sioux City Musketeers, 1985-86

Most goals against, season: 453
Omaha Lancers, 1986-87

Most power play goals, season: 103
Des Moines Buccaneers, 2006-07

Most shorthanded goals, season: 21
Des Moines Buccaneers, 2005-06

Most assists, season: 548
Thunder Bay Flyers, 1988-89

Most points scored, season: 894
Thunder Bay Flyers, 1987-88

Most penalty minutes, season: 1,983
Thunder Bay Flyers, 1996-97

Most 50-goal scorers, season: 2
Sioux City Musketeers, 1985-86 - Tim Ferguson (56) and Mike Racz (55)

Most 40-goal scorers, season: 3
Sioux City Musketeers, 1985-86 - Tim Ferguson (56), Mike Racz (54), and Bill Bieren (42)

Most 30-goal scorers, season: 5
Madison Capitols, 1988-89. Joe Frederick (47), Pat Rafferty (39), Dan Brettschneider (34), Rob Granato (33), and John Sundby (31)

Most 20-goal scorers, season: 10
Thunder Bay Flyers, 1987-88. Scott Glomba (38), Darryl Blazino (33), Dwight Degiacomo (28), Jim Figliomeni (28), Wayne Sawchuk (27), Richard Borina (24), Dave Williams (24), Jim Mayes (23), Wayne
Howarth (22), and Mike Knapton (20).

Most assists, game: 33
Thunder Bay Flyers, 11/29/87 vs. Omaha. Flyers won 18-3.

Most goals, game: 18
Waterloo Black Hawks, 11/9/85 vs. Thunder Bay. Black Hawks won 18-3.
Thunder Bay, 11/29/87 vs. Omaha. Flyers won 18-3.

Most goals, game, both teams: 22
Waterloo Black Hawks and Dubuque Fighting Saints, 1/18/82. Black Hawks won 16-6.

Most penalty minutes, game: 172
Sioux City Musketeers, 2/22/91 vs. Dubuque.

Most penalty minutes, game, both teams: 313
Thunder Bay Flyers and Dubuque Fighting Saints, 1/13/90 at Dubuque. Flyers received 11 minors, 1 double minor, 9 majors, 8 game misconducts and 1 match misconduct. Dubuque received 7 minors, 2 double miners, 8 majors, and 9 game misconducts.

Most power play goals, game: 8
St. Paul Vulcans, 10/9/94 vs. Thunder Bay
Omaha Lancers, 2/7/99 vs. Fargo-Moorhead

Most shorthanded goals, game: 3
Rochester Mustangs, November, 1986 vs. Sioux City
Thunder Bay Flyers, 12/10/88 at Sioux City
Omaha Lancers, 10/15/93, vs. Thunder Bay
Rochester Mustangs, 9/24/99 vs. Thunder Bay
Tri-City Storm, 12/18/09 vs. Waterloo
Dubuque Fighting Saints, 11/6/10 vs. Indiana
Lincoln Stars, 10/5/12 vs. Des Moines
Green Bay Gamblers, 3/7/14 vs. Fargo

Most scoring points game: 51

Thunder Bay Flyers, 11/29/87 vs. Omaha. Flyers won 18-3 and notched 33 assists.

Most shots on goal, game: 88
Dubuque Fighting Saints, 1/30/81 vs. Sioux City.

Most goals, period: 11
Rochester Mustangs, 10/4/96 vs. Sioux City. Mustangs scored 11 goals in third period and won game 16-4.

Most goals, period, both teams: 13
Rochester Mustangs and Sioux City Musketeers, 10/4/96.
Mustangs scored 11 times and Sioux City scored 2 goals in third period. Mustangs won game 16-4.

Most penalty minutes, period: 147
Thunder Bay Flyers, 1/13/90 at Dubuque, 3rd period. Flyers received. 4 minors, 1 double minors, 9 majors, 8 game misconducts, and 1 match penalty.

Most penalty minutes, period, both teams: 289
Thunder Bay Flyers and Dubuque Fighting Saints, 1/13/90 at Dubuque, 3rd period. Flyers received. 4 minors, 1 double minors, 9 majors, 8 game misconducts, and 1 match penalty. Dubuque received 2 minors, 2 double minors, 8 majors, and 9 misconducts.

Most shots on goal, period: 36
Sioux City Musketeers, 3/30/07 vs. Green Bay, 1st period. Green Bay won game 5-2.

Most power play goals, period: 5
Thunder Bay Flyers, 10/29/88 at Dubuque, 2nd period.
Green Bay Gamblers, 10/11/08 at Chicago, 3rd period.

Most shorthanded goals, period: 3
Lincoln Stars, 10/5/12 vs. Des Moines, 3rd

FEWEST

Fewest points, season: 2
Omaha Lancers, 1986-87

Fewest Wins, season: 0
Omaha Lancers,1986-87

Fewest losses, season: 5
Des Moines Buccaneers: 1994-95

Fewest home wins, season: 0
Omaha Lancers, 1986-87

Fewest road wins, season: 0
Omaha Lancers, 1986-87
North Iowa Huskies, 1993-94
Thunder Bay Flyers, 1995-96

Fewest home losses, season: 1
Sioux City Musketeers, 1985-86
Thunder Bay Flyers, 1987-88
Des Moines Buccaneers, 1994-95
Omaha Lancers, 2001-02

Fewest road losses, season: 4
Thunder Bay Flyers, 1988-89

Fewest shutouts, season: 0
Several teams. Last – Chicago Steel, 2010-2011

Fewest goals, season: 103
Chicago Steel, 2010-2011

Fewest goals against, season: 111
Omaha Lancers, 2001-02

Fewest shots on goal, game: 11
Sioux City Musketeers, 10/30/09 vs. Green Bay. Sioux City lost 3-0

Fewest shots on goal, period: 0
Thunder Bay Flyers, 1/7/89 at Des Moines 3rd period. Flyers won game 4-3.

LONGEST

Longest winning streak: 19 games.
Des Moines Buccaneers, 11/1/98, 6-4 win at Twin Cities to 1/6/99, 10-0 win at North Iowa.

Longest home winning streak: 22 games.
Austin Mavericks, 1984-85 season.
Sioux City Musketeers, 10/5/85, 14-3 win vs. North Iowa to 2/15/86, 7-4 win Dubuque
Thunder Bay Flyers, 1/24/92, 7-3 win vs. St. Paul to 12/12/93, 4-3 win vs. Sioux City
Lincoln Stars, 2/2/02, 4-1 win vs. Tulas to 11/8/02, 5-2 win vs. Tri-City

Longest road winning streak: 13 games.
Cedar Rapids RoughRiders (11/9/04 - 2/11/05)

Longest winning streak from start of season: 14 games
Rochester Mustangs, 104/86, 8-2 win vs. Waterloo to 11/9/86, 5-4 win at Madison.

Longest home winning streak from start of season: 22 games.
Sioux City Musketeers, 10/5/85, 14-3 win vs North Iowa to 2/15/86, 7-4 win vs. Dubuque.

Longest road winning streak from start of season: 11 games.
Rochester Mustangs, 10/18/86, 14-4 win at Waterloo to 12/18/86, 5-4 win at Madison.

Longest undefeated streak: 20 games.
Rochester Mustangs, 2/15/86, 8-4 win at Waterloo to 11/9/86, 5-4 win at Madison.

Longest undefeated streak, one season: 19 games.
Des Moines Buccaneers, 11/1/98, 6-4 win at Twin Cities to 1/6/99, 10-0 win at North Iowa.

Longest home undefeated streak: 22 games.
Sioux City Musketeers, 10/5/85, 14-3 win vs. North Iowa to 2/15/86, 7-4 win vs. Dubuque.

Longest road undefeated streak: 19 games.
Rochester Mustangs, 1/25/86, 8-4 win at Thunder Bay to 12/13/86, 7-5 win at North Iowa.

Longest road undefeated streak, one season: 11 games.
Rochester Mustangs, 10/18/86, 14-4 win at Waterloo to 12/13/86, 7-5 win at North Iowa.

Longest undefeated streak from start of season: 14 games.
Rochester Mustangs. 10/4/88, 8-2 win vs. Waterloo to 11/9/86, 5-4 win at Madison.

Longest home undefeated streak from start of season: 22 games.
Sioux City Musketeers, 10/5/85, 14-3 win vs North Iowa to 2/15/86, 7-4 win vs. Dubuque.

Longest road undefeated streak from start of season: 11 games.
Rochester Mustangs, 10/18/86, 14-4 win at Waterloo to 12/13/86, 5-4 win at Madison.

Longest losing streak: 53 games.
Omaha Lancers, 10/3/86, 11-1 loss vs. Des Moines to 10/17/87, 8-3 loss at Des Moines.

Longest losing streak, one season, from start of season: 48 games.
Omaha Lancers, 10/3/86, 11-1 loss vs. Des Moines to 3/8/87, 4-1 loss at Waterloo.

Longest home losing streak: 36 games.
Omaha Lancers, 10/3/86, 11-1 loss vs. Des Moines to October 1987.

Longest home losing streak, one season, from start of season: 26 games.
Omaha Lancers, 10/3/86, 11-1 loss vs. Des Moines to 3/6/87 9-1 loss to Thunder Bay.

Longest road losing streak: 36 games
Omaha Lancers, 10/4/86 14-1 loss to 12/18/87, 9-2 loss at Des Moines.

Longest road losing streak, one season and from start of season: 24 games.
Omaha Lancers, 10/4/86 14-1 loss at Des Moines to 3/8/87, 4-1 loss at Waterloo.

Longest winless streak: 53 games.
Omaha Lancers, 10/13/86, 11-1 loss vs. Des Moines to 10/17/87, 8-3 loss at Des Moines.

Longest winless streak, one season and from start of season: 48 games.
Omaha Lancers, 10/13/86, 11-1 loss vs. Des Moines to 3/8/87, 4-1 loss at Waterloo.

Longest home winless streak: 26 games.
Omaha Lancers, 10/3/86, 11-1 loss vs. Des Moines to October 1987.

Longest home winless streak, one season and from start of season: 24 games.
Omaha Lancers, 10/3/86, 11-1 loss vs. Des Moines to 3/6/87, 9-1 loss to Thunder Bay.

Longest road winless streak: 36 games.
Omaha Lancers, 10/4/86 14-1 loss to 12/18/87, 9-2 loss at Des Moines.

Longest road winless streak, one season and from start of season: 24 games.
Omaha Lancers, 10/4/86, 14-1 loss at Des Moines to 3/8/87, 4-1 loss at Waterloo.
North Iowa Huskies, 10/15/93, 4-3 loss at Dubuque to 3/11/94, 11-3 loss at Sioux City.

Longest consecutive non-shutout streak: 356 games.
Des Moines Buccaneers, 3/4/88 through 2/10/96.

Longest consecutive non-shutout streak including playoffs: 400 games.
Des Moines Buccaneers, 3/4/88 through 2/10/96.

Longest consecutive shutout streak: 3 games.
Sioux City Musketeers, 1999-00

Longest consecutive games shutout: 4 games.
Waterloo Black Hawks, 2001-02

FASTEST

Fastest two goals: 5 seconds.
Thunder Bay Flyers, 11/28/87 vs. Omaha. Dave Williams scored at 11:39; and Richard Borina scored at 11:44 in 3rd period.
Thunder Bay Flyers, 2/4/89 at Waterloo. Greg Johnson scored at 17:08; and Jason Bortolussi scored at 17:13 in 3rd period.

Fastest two goals, both teams: 5 seconds.
Thunder Bay Flyers and Dubuque Fighting Saints, 1/11/85 in Thunder Bay. Dave Taggart scored at 18:55; and Jell Wenringer, of Dubuque, scored at 19:00 in 1st period.

Fastest three goals: 30 seconds.
Thunder Bay Flyers, 10/29/88 at Dubuque. Jason Bortolussi scored at 6:17; Neal Purdon at 6:31; and Darren Leishman at 6:37 in 2nd period.

Fastest three goals, both teams: 28 seconds.
Thunder Bay Flyers and Waterloo Black Hawks, 2/11/88 vs. Waterloo. Jon Rose, of Waterloo, scored at 6:02; Jim Figliomeni at 6:11; and Wayne Howarth at 6:30 in 1st period.

Fastest four goals: 48 seconds.
Thunder Bay Flyers, 10/29/88 at Dubuque. Jason Bortolussi scored at 6:17; Neal Pardon at 6:31; Darren Leishman at 6:37; and Dwight Degiacomo at 7:05 in 2nd period.

Fastest four goals, both teams: 1:42
Thunder Bay Flyers and Sioux City Musketeers, 12/4/92 at Sioux City. Derek Lockyer, of Musketeers scored at 17:49; Mike Koiranan scored at 18:50; Lockyer scored at 19:03 and 19:31 in 3rd period.

Fastest five goals: 1:52
Thunder Bay Flyers, 10/29/88 at Dubuque. Bred Kennett scored at 6:13; Jason Bortolussi at 6:17; Neal Pardon at 6:31; Darren Leishman at 6:37; and Dwight Degiacomo at 7:05 in 2nd period.

Fastest five goals, both teams: 2:45
Thunder Bay Flyers and Rochester Mustangs, 11/19/95 vs. Rochester. Simon Lacroix scored at 12:50; Dustin Koss scored at 13:48 and 14:33; Chris Pace scored at 14:39 and Jason Sessa of Rochester scored at 15:35 in third period.

Fastest six goals: 3:59
Thunder Bay Flyers, 10/29/88 at Dubuque. Jeff Marsholuk scored at 3:06; Bred Kennett at 5:13; Jason Bortolussi at 6:17; Neal Purdon at 6:31; Darren Leishman at 6:37; and Dwight Degiacomo at 7:05 in 2nd period.

Fastest six goals, both teams: 5:41
Thunder Bay Flyers and Sioux City Musketeers, 12/19/85 vs Sioux City. Tim Ferguson, of Musketeers, scored at 3:48; Scott Doherty, of Musketeers scored at 5:38; Paul Bentley scored at 5:57; Bred Mattson, of Musketeers, scored at 8:51; Mike Racz of Sioux City scored at 9:19 and 9:29 in 1st period.

Fastest seven goals: 6:37
Thunder Bay Flyers, 2/15/91 at Sioux City. Brent Peterson scored at 9:33; Jason Mallon scored at 10:27; Ryan Reynard scored at 12:42; Wayne Strachan scored at 13:01; Omer Belislie scored at 13:57; Bred Kukko scored at 15:03; and Mike Figliomeni scored at 16:10 in 1st period.

USHL Regular Season Individual Records

MOST

Most assists, game: 7
Darryl Blazino, Thunder Bay Flyers, November 28, 1987, vs. Omaha.

Most assists, season: 79
Tim Ferguson, Sioux City Musketeers, 1985-86

Most goals, game: 6
Mike Duffey, Waterloo Black Hawks, February 26, 1983 vs. Des Moines

Most goals, season: 67

Rod Taylor, Sioux City Musketeers, 1986-87

Most goals by defenseman, game: 3
Several players. Last – Bryce Aneloski, 10/24/09 vs. Team USA

Most goals by defenseman, season: 28
Mike Castellano, Austin Mavericks, 1985-86

Most assists by defenseman, season: 53
Jamie Mattie, Sioux Falls Stampede, 1999-00

Most assists by defenseman, game: 6
Ed Boyle, Sioux City Musketeers, vs. Omaha, 1986-87 season.

Most points by defenseman, season: 67
Mike Ross, Rochester Mustangs, 1986-87

Most points by defenseman, one game: 7
Mike Hastings, Austin Mavericks, December 15, 1985, vs. Wisconsin

Most points, one period: 6
John Young, St. Paul Vulcans, November 20, 1988 vs. North Iowa Huskies.

Most points, game: 9
Chris Ferraro, Waterloo Black Hawks, 1/18/92

Most points, season: 135
Tim Ferguson, Sioux City Musketeers, 1985-86

Most power play goals, one game: 3
Several players. Last – Bryce Aneloski, 10/24/09 vs. Team USA

Most power play goals, season: 24
Rod Taylor, Sioux City Musketeers, 1986-87

Most shorthanded goals, one game: 2
Bobby Melton, Rochester Mustangs, November, 1986 vs. Sioux City.
Gregg Zaponan, Thunder Bay Flyers, December 2, 1995, vs. Sioux City.

Most shorthanded goals, season: 9
Mark Mowers, Dubuque Fighting Saints, 1993-94

Most games scoring 3-or-more goals, season: 11 games.
Scott Shoffstall, Sioux City Musketeers, 1984-85

Most penalty minutes, game: 42
Alex Simonson, Chicago Steel, February 7, 2009

Most penalty minutes, season: 316
Chad Stauffacher, Green Bay Gamblers, 1996-97

Most shutouts, season: 11
Dan Ellis, Omaha Lancers, 1999-00

Most games played by goaltender, season: 56
Eric Pfligler, Green Bay Gamblers, 2001-02

Most wins by goaltender, season: 40
Brady Hjelle, Cedar Rapids RoughRiders, 2010-11

Most assists by goaltender, season: 11
Brian Leitza, Sioux City Musketeers, 1993-94

Most losses by goaltender, season: 35
Michael Ayers, Dubuque Fighting Saints, 1999-00

Most minutes played by goaltender, season: 3,300
Eric Pfligler, Green Bay Gamblers, 2001-02

LONGEST

Longest undefeated streak by goaltender:
28 games. Steve Summerhays (25-0-2), Green Bay Gamblers, 11/20/09 to 4/3/10

Longest winning streak by goaltender: 20 games.
Steve Summerhays, Green Bay Gamblers, 11/20/09 to 2/26/10

Longest consecutive assist-scoring streak: 18 games.
Mike Lephart, Omaha Lancers, January 12, 1997 to March 5, 1997.

Longest consecutive goal-scoring streak: 13 games.
Ruslan Fedotenko, Sioux City Musketeers, October 31, 1998 to December 5, 1998. 21 goals scored during streak.

Longest consecutive point-scoring streak: 25 games.
Greg Johnson, Thunder Bay Flyers. November 11, 1988 to January 22, 1989.
Mike Lephart, Omaha Lancers, December 15, 1996 to March 5, 1997.

FASTEST

Fastest goal from start of game: 7 seconds.
Dakota Klecha, Muskegon Lumberjacks, March 17, 2012 vs. Team USA.
Dan Dwyer, Sioux City Musketeers, October 17, 1987 vs. Thunder Bay.

Fastest goal from start of period, other than first: 5 seconds.
Jon Garver, Sioux City Musketeers, November 21, 1992 vs. Wisconsin; 3rd period.

Fastest two goals: 7 seconds.
Christian Lampasso, Lincoln Stars, March 29th, 2014 at Muskegon. He scored at 17:23 and 17:30 in the 1st period.

Fastest three goals: 2:17
Michael Forney, Green Bay Gamblers, October 11, 2008 at Chicago. Forney scored at 12:08, 13:43 and 14:25 in the 3rd period.