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NHL All Star Game Records



Most Games Played

23 - Gordie Howe
19 - Raymond Bourque
18 - Wayne Gretzky

Most All Star Game Points, Career

25 - Wayne Gretzky (18 games)
23 - Mario Lemieux (10 games)
22 - Joe Sakic (12 games)
20 - Mark Messier (15 games)

Most All Star Game Goals, Career

13 - Wayne Gretzky (18 games)
13 - Mario Lemiuex (10 games)
10 - Gordie Howe (23 games)

Most All Star Game Assists, Career

16 - Joe Sakic (12 games)
14 - Mark Messier (15 games)
13 - Raymond Bourque (19 games)
12 - Adam Oates (5 games)
12 - Mats Sundin (8 games)
12 - Wayne Gretzky (18 games)

Most All Star Game Penalty Minutes, Career

25 - Gordie Howe (23 games)
21 - Gus Mortson (9 games)
16 - Harry Howell (7 games)

Most All Star Power Play Goals, Career

6 - Gordie Howe (23 games)
3 - Maurice Richard (13 games)
3 - Bobby Hull (12 games)

Single Game Records:

Most Goals, One Game

4 - Wayne Gretzky (1983)
4 - Mario Lemieux (1990)
4 - Vincent Damphousse (1991)
4 - Mike Gartner (1993)
4 - Dany Heatley (2003)

Most Assists, One Game

5 - Mats Naslund (1988)

Most Points, One Game

6 - Mario Lemieux (1988)

Most Goals, One Period

4 - Wayne Gretzky (1983)

Most Assists, One Period

4 - Adam Oates (1993)

Most Points, One Period

4 - Wayne Gretzky (1983)
4 - Mike Gartner (1993)
4 - Adam Oates (1993)

Goalies:

Most Games Played, Career

13 - Glenn Hall
11 - Terry Sawchuk
11 - Patrick Roy
9 - Martin Brodeur
8 - Jacques Plante


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