Malone scored a record 7 goals in one game, a feat that has never been matched.
Bear in mind, that the game he played was a lot different than modern Ice Hockey.
In the post-expansion era (1966-67 season onward), two players have scored six goals in one game... Red Berenson in 1968 (November) and Darryl Sittler in 1976 (February)
Joe Malone of the Quebec Bulldogs holds the NHL record for goals scored in a game with 7 on January 31, 1920 against Toronto.
In 1920, playing against Quebec (the Bulldogs, not the Nordiques), Montreal scored 16 goals.
The most goals scored in a hockey ranks up to a 16-3 win for the Montreal Canadiens against the Quebec Bulldogs ( Quebec dos not have a NHL hockey team) on March the 3rd 1920
yes there is it was by Wayne Gretzky 92 goals in a season for one game the record is Joe Malone of the Quebec Bulldogs holds the NHL record for goals scored in a game with 7 on January 31, 1920 against Toronto.
On March 31, 1920 , Montreal Canadiens scored 16 goals in a 16-3 win over the Quebec Bulldogs.
The National Hockey League's all-time leader in regular-season goals is Wayne Gretzky, with 894. Prior to Gretzky, the league's most prolific scorer was Gordie Howe, who scored 801 goals. On March 23, 1994, Gretzky broke the record with goal number 802. Gretzky scored 122 goals in the Stanley Cup playoffs during his career, so if we include the postseason, he is also the NHL's all-time leader, with 1,016. For seven years, there was a second major league, the World Hockey Association. If we combine NHL and WHA totals, Howe comes out on top, with 975 (801 in the NHL, 174 in the WHA). In this category, Gretzky stands second, with 894 NHL goals and 46 in the WHA, for a total of 940. If we factor in playoffs in both the NHL and WHA, Gretzky comes out on top. He scored 10 postseason goals in his single WHA season, for a grand total of 1,072. Howe is right behind him. He scored 28 playoff goals in the WHA and 68 in the NHL, for a total of 1,071.
Probably Darryl Sittler, since the question is posed in "Ice Hockey" category. Mr. Sittler scored 5 goals in a playoff game, and 6 goals and 4 assists in a regular season game for a 10 point total that has never been matched.
There have been two occasions in NHL history when the two opponents have combined for 21 goals. In 1920, Montreal beat Toronto 14-7 and in 1985, Edmonton beat Chicago 12-9. The most goals scored by a single team in a game was also in 1920 when Montreal beat Quebec 16-3.
Joe Malone, he scored seven goals in one game. it was part of his season in which he scored 44 goals in 20 games for the 1917 Montreal Canadiens.
There have been two occasions where 21 goals were scored in a single NHL game. On January 10th, 1920, the Montreal Canadiens defeated the Toronto St. Patricks, 14-7, and again on December 11th, 1985, the Edmonton Oilers beat the Chicago Blackhawks, 12-9. On March 3rd, 1920, the Canadiens beat the Quebec Bulldogs, 16-3 and still stands as the record for most goals in one game by a single team.
The most goals scored by one team in an NHL game was 16. The Montreal Canadiens defeated the Quebec Bulldogs 16-3 on March 3, 1920.In the same season, Montreal helped set the record for most goals scored by two teams in a single game. The Canadiens and Toronto St. Patrick's combined for 21 goals on January 10, 1920, with Montreal winning 14-7. The Edmonton Oilers and Chicago Blackhawks tied the record on December 11, 1985. The Oilers won 12-9.
7 - Joe Malone, Quebec, January 31, 1920, at Quebec is the most in NHL history. Joe Malone, was the greatest scorer in the early history of the NHL, Malone began playing professional hockey in 1909. He became captain and coach of the Quebec Bulldogs in 1911 and promptly led them to two consecutive Stanley Cup championships. He scored 9 goals in one of the 1913 playoff games. After the Quebec team folded, Malone joined the Montreal Canadiens in the NHL's first season, 1917-18. He scored 5 goals in their first game and ended the season with 44 goals in 20 games. The Quebec franchise resumed play in 1919 and Malone returned to the team. On January 31, 1920, he scored 7 goals in a game, still the NHL record, and he had 6 goals in the last game of the season. He led the league for the second time with 48 points on 39 goals and 9 assists. Malone returned to Montreal for one season, went to Hamilton, Ontario, for another, then played with Montreal again in 1922-23. He retired after just nine games the following season. He played 125 regular season games in the NHL, scoring 146 goals, with 21 assists. In 9 NHL playoff games, he had 5 goals.