TEAM
Most goals, both teams, one game - 26, North America 14, World 12, 2001, at Denver.
Fewest goals, both teams, one game - 2, NHL All-Stars 1, Montreal Canadiens 1, 1956 at Montreal; First Team All-Stars 1, Second Team All-Stars 1, 1952 at Detroit.
Most goals, one team, one game - 16, Wales 16, Campbell 6, 1993 at Montreal.
Fewest goals, one team, one game - 0, NHL All-Stars vs. Montreal, 1967 at Montreal.
Most shots, both teams, one game (since 1955) - 102, East 9 (56 shots), West 8 (46 shots), 1994 at New York.
Most shots, one team, one game (since 1955): 56, East, 1994 at New York.
Fewest shots, both teams, one game (since 1955) - 52, Wales 3 (40 shots), Campbell 2 (12 shots), 1978 at Buffalo.
Fewest shots, one team, one game (since 1955) - 12, Campbell (2 goals), 1978 at Buffalo.
Fastest two goals, both teams, from start of game - 37 seconds, 1970 at St. Louis. Jacques Laperriere of East scored at 20 seconds and Dean Prentice of West scored at 37 seconds. Final: East 4, West 1.
Fastest two goals, one team, from start of game - 2:15, World, 1998 at Montreal. Teemu Selanne scored at 0:53 and Jaromir Jagr scored 2:15. Final: North America 8, World 7.
Fastest two goals, one team - 8 seconds, 1997 at San Jose. Owen Nolan scored at 18:54 and at 19:02 of second period for Western. Final: Eastern 11, Western 7.
Fastest two goals, both teams - 8 seconds, Western, 1997 at San Jose. Owen Nolan scored at 18:54 and 19:02 of second period. Final: Eastern 11, Western 7.
Fastest three goals, both teams - :48, Martin Havlat scored at 19:00 of third for West; Sheldon Souray scored at 19:25 of third for East; Dion Phaneuf scored at 19:48 for West, 2007 at Dallas. Final: Western 12, Eastern 9.
Fastest four goals, both teams - 2:24, 1997 at San Jose. Brendan Shanahan scored at 16:38 of second period for West; Dale Hawerchuk at 17:28 for East; Owen Nolan at 18:54 for West; Owen Nolan at 19:02 for West. Final: Eastern 11, Western 7.
Fastest three goals, one team - 1:08, Wales, 1993 at Montreal. Mike Gartner scored at 3:15 and 3:37 of first period, and Peter Bondra at 4:23.
Fastest four goals, one team - 4:17, Western, 2007 at Dallas. Brian Rolston scored at 8:30 of the second, Rick Nash scored at 10:40, Martin Havlat at 11:34 and Yanic Perreault at 12:47. Final: Western 12, Eastern 9.
Most goals, both teams, one period - 10, 1997 at San Jose. Second period - Eastern (6), Western (4). Final: Eastern 11, Western 7.
Most goals, one team, one period - 7 (Wales), first period, 1990 at Pittsburgh. Final: Wales 12, Campbell 7.
Most shots, both teams, one period - 39, 1994 at New York. Second period - West (21), East (18).
Most shots, one team, one period - 23, World, third period, 2001 at Denver. Final: North America (14), World (12).
Fewest shots, both teams, one period - 9, 1971 at Boston, third period, West (7), East (2). Final: West 2, East 1.
Fewest shots, one team, one period - 2, East, third period, 1971 at Boston. Final: West 2, East 1.
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INDIVIDUAL
Career
Most games played - 23, Gordie Howe; 16, Wayne Gretzky; 15, Frank Mahovlich.
Most goals - 13, Wayne Gretzky, 18 games; 13, Mario Lemieux, 10 games.
Most assists - 16, Joe Sakic, 12 games.
Most points - 25, Wayne Gretzky (13 goals, 12 assists), 18 games; 23, Mario Lemieux (13 goals, 10 assists), 10 games.
Most penalty minutes - 25, Gordie Howe, 23 games.
Most power-play goals - 6, Gordie Howe, 23 games.
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Goaltenders
Most games played - 13, Glenn Hall.
Most goals against - 27, Patrick Roy, 9 games.
Most minutes played - 540, Glen Hall, 13 games.
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Game
Most goals - 4, Wayne Gretzky, Campbell, 1983; Mario Lemieux, Wales, 1990; Vincent Damphousse, Campbell, 1991; Mike Gartner, Wales, 1993, Dany Heatley, East, 2003.
Most assists - 5, Mats Naslund, Wales, 1988.
Most points - 6, Mario Lemieux (3 goals, 3 assists), Wales, 1990.
Most points, one period - 4, Wayne Gretzky, Campbell, third period, 1983, four goals; Mike Gartner, Wales, first period, 1993 three goals, one assist; Adam Oates, Boston, Wales, first period, 1993, four assists.
Most goals, one period - 4, Wayne Gretzky, Campbell, third period, 1983.
Most assists, one period - 4, Adam Oates, Wales, first period, 1993.
Fastest goal from start of game - 12 seconds, Rick Nash, West, 2008.
Fastest goal from start of period: 12 seconds, Rick Nash, West, 2008, first period.
Fastest two goals, one player, from start of game: 3:37, Mike Gartner, Wales, 1993, at 3:15 and 3:37.
Fastest two goals - 8 seconds, Owen Nolan, Western, 1997. Scored at 18:54 and 19:02 of second period.
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