Denis Potvin was the first Defenseman to reach 1000 points.
Yes he did he was one of the first defenseman in history to win a NHL scoring title.
he averaged 20+ points in his first season
Brad Boyes was the third highest scoring rookie in the 2005-06 regular season, which was the first season played after the NHL lockout. Boyes finished with 26 goals and 43 assists for 69 points, behind Alexander Ovechkin's 106 points and Sidney Crosby's 102 points.
Adam Vinateri of the New England Patriots scored the last points of Super Bowl XXXVIII and the first point of the 2004 NFL regular season. The scoring: Super Bowl XXXVIII, New England vs the Carolina Panthers: - Vinateri kicks a 41 yard game winning field goal vs the Carolina Panthers with :09 seconds left on the clock, scoring the last points of the game. 2004 Season Opener, New England vs the Indianapolis Colts: - Vinateri kicks 32 yard field goal vs the Indianapolis Colts for the Patriots with 10:12 left in the first quarter, scoring the first points of the 2004 NFL Season.
George Mikan of the Minneapolis Lakers with a 28.3 average for the 1948-49 season. The league was known as the Basketball Association of America at that time. The first rookie to lead the league in scoring when it was known, as it is today, as the National Basketball Association was Wilt Chamberlain who averaged 37.6 points in the 1959-60 season.
Denis Potvin was the first defenseman to reach the 1,000 point plateau, hitting the mark on April 4, 1987.
Wilt Chamberland Scoring 100 points.
1908. LSU went 10-0-0 in 1908, scoring 442 points while allowing 11.
NHL hockey incorporates two types of "points." First, in scoring, goals plus assists equal "points." Thus, a player who scores two goals and has three assists will leave the game with five "points." Secondly, the NHL determines its regular season division champions by an aggregate of "points": 2 points for a win, 1 point for a loss in overtime or a shootout, and 0 points for a loss in regulation. The team with the post "points" at season's end wins the division crown.
Phil Esposito got 126 points, Bobby Hull got 107 points and Gordie Howe got 103 points and all 3 of them were the first players to ever get 100 or more points in a season. They all got these points in 1968-69 season.
he scored 52 points
1-0 was the very first basketball scoring
On March 2, 1962, Wilt Chamberlain set the NBA single-game scoring record by scoring 100 points for the Philadelphia Warriors in a 169-147 victory over the New York Knicks.
In the NBA, the first team to win an NBA title are the Philadelphia Warriors. Led by their guard"Jumpin' Joe" Fulks who won the regular season scoring title at 23.2 points per game, they went on to beat the Chicago Stags 4 games to 1 in the Finals during the 1946-1947 season.
I found the answer; it was Harvard in 1886 for 765 total points for that season. But the scoring rules are much different today than those of the 19th-century teams. The Oklahoma University Sooners entered Saturday's game with 640 points for the season, a total that has been eclipsed by only five teams in the last 106 seasons of college football history. On 6 December 2008 the OU Sooners football team beat Mizzou 62 to 21, thus reaching a 701 total points for a single season. Just three teams in college football history have scored more than 700 points in a season. With Oklahoma's future, a huge finish in the Orange Bowl to break the college football single-season scoring record of 765 points, set by Harvard in 1886 can be achieved, if they score as they have done in their past 5 consecutive games of scoring over 60 points per game. Which is a new NCAA football record set this day of 6 December 2008. As it sets now, 1st; Harvard in 1886 for 765 total points. 2nd; Minnisota in 1904 for 725 total points. Now at the moment, Oklahoma sets in the third place seat with 701 total points for the 2008 season. When they sweep Florida for the National Championship in January 2009, they will need 65 or more points to be in first place. It is an achievement that has not been broke in over 122 years. BOOOMMMEERR ////////////// T H E G R E A T D I V I DE /////////////// SOOOONNER YOU OU FANS KNOW WHAT I'M SAYING
bevo clarence francis Rio grande college in Ohio 1952 53 season and again in 1953 54 season ncaa predjudiced as they were retroactively changed the rules so bevos 113 points were not recognized by them in his first season but they got their pay back when the greatest shooter that ever played the game scored 116 points in the 53 54 season a record that was finally recognized by these idiots and bevos record still stands today as the ncaas division one all time scoring record as well as many other records bevo set
York City 1983/4 season York City 1983/4 season
He scored his first points for Brawn GP at the Australian GP in Melbourne 2009 - the first race of the season and the first race for the team. He came in second place and scored 8 points.
It depends what kind of scoring you are using, American scoring, (every point counts) and its the first player to 15points. If it gets to 14 all, the player in disadvantage, (not in hand) gets to decide long or short, (to 15 or 17). Proper Scoring, (win points only on a serve) and its the first player to 9 points. You always have to win by 2 points. each game is called a set, usually people play "best of 5" which means a player has to win 3 sets to win the match.
Wilt Chamberlain did, in 1961