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Single-Season Team Records

MOST POINTS, ONE SEASON
116 – Louisiana IceGators, 2001-02 (56-12-4)
115 – Cincinnati Cyclones, 2007-08 (55-12-5)
      – Texas Wildcaters, 2007-08 (52-9-11)
113 – Alaska Aces, 2005-06 (53-12-7)
112 – Las Vegas Wranglers, 2005-06 (53-13-6)
BEST POINTS PERCENTAGE, ONE SEASON
.806 – Louisiana IceGators, 2001-02 (56-12-4)
.799 – Cincinnati Cyclones, 2007-08 (55-12-5)
         – Texas Wildcatters, 2007-08 (52-9-11)
.785 – Alaska Aces, 2005-06 (53-12-7)
.778 – Las Vegas Wranglers, 2005-06 (53-13-6)
FEWEST POINTS, ONE SEASON
29 – Roanoke Valley Rampage, 1992-93 (14-49-1)
33 – Greenville Grrrowl, 2003-04 (14-53-5)
      – Huntington Blizzard, 1993-94 (14-49-5)
35 – Victoria Salmon Kings, 2004-05 (15-52-5)
39 – Evansville IceMen, 2014-15 (15-48-9)
     – Arkansas RiverBlades, 1999-00 (18-49-3)
LOWEST WINNING PERCENTAGE, ONE SEASON
.227 – Roanoke Valley Rampage, 1992-93 (14-49-1)
.229 – Greenville Grrrowl, 2003-04 (14-53-5)
.243 – Victoria Salmon Kings, 2004-05 (15-52-5)
         – Huntington Blizzard, 1993-94 (14-49-5)
.271 – Evansville IceMen, 2014-15 (15-48-9)
MOST WINS, ONE SEASON
56 – Louisiana IceGators, 2001-02
55 – Cincinnati Cycloes, 2007-08
53 – Alaska Aces, 2005-06
      – Las Vegas Wranglers, 2005-06
      – Florida Everblades, 1999-00
MOST HOME WINS, ONE SEASON
30 – San Diego Gulls, 2003-04
      – Louisiana IceGators, 2001-02
      – Alaska Aces, 2005-06
29 – Missouri Mavericks, 2015-16
      – Alaska Aces, 2011-12
      – Cincinnati Cyclones, 2005-06
      – Gwinnett Gladiators, 2005-06
      – Toledo Storm, 2002-03
      – Pee Dee Pride, 1998-99
MOST ROAD WINS, ONE SEASON
26 – Cincinnati Cyclones, 2007-08
      – Texas Wildcatters, 2007-08
      – Louisiana IceGators 2001-02
25 – Toledo Walleye, 2016-17
       – Florida Everblades, 2005-06
      – Las Vegas Wranglers, 2005-06
      – Pensacola Ice Pilots, 2004-05
      – Trenton Titans, 2000-01
       – Florida Everblades, 1999-00
FEWEST WINS, ONE SEASON
14 – Greenville Grrrowl, 2003-04
      – Huntington Blizzard, 1993-94
      – Roanoke Valley Rampage, 1992-93
15 – Evansville IceMen, 2014-15
    – Victoria Salmon Kings, 2004-05
16 – Louisville IceHawks, 1993-94
FEWEST HOME WINS, ONE SEASON
5 – Greenville Grrrowl, 2003-04
8 – Las Vegas Wranglers, 20130-14
   – Stockton Thunder, 2005-06
   – Texas Wildcatters, 2004-05
   – Victoria Salmon Kings 2004-05
9 – Evansville IceMen, 2014-15
   – Johnstown Chiefs, 2009-10
   – Greensboro Generals, 2001-02
FEWEST ROAD WINS, ONE SEASON
2 – Roanoke Valley Rampage, 1992-93
4 – Elmira Jackals, 2016-17
    – Huntington Blizzard, 1993-94
    – Louisville IceHawks, 1993-94
5 – Erie Panthers, 1994-95
   – Knoxville Cherokees, 1992-93
FEWEST LOSSES, ONE SEASON
9 – Texas Wildcatters, 2007-08
11 – Richmond Renegades, 1995-96
12 – Cincinnati Cyclones, 2007-08
      – Las Vegas Wranglers, 2006-07
      – Alaska Aces, 2005-06
      – Louisiana IceGators, 2001-02
FEWEST HOME LOSSES, ONE SEASON
2 – Louisiana IceGators, 2001-02
3 – Texas Wildcatters, 2007-08
4 – nine times, most recent: Cincinnati Cyclones, 2007-08
FEWEST ROAD LOSSES, ONE SEASON
5 – Las Vegas Wranglers, 2006-07
6 – Texas Wildcatters, 2007-08
   – Richmond Renegades, 1995-96
7 – South Carolina Stingrays, 2009-10
    – Las Vegas Wranglers, 2007-08
    – Bakersfield Condors, 2006-07
    – Peoria Rivermen, 2003-04
MOST LOSSES, ONE SEASON
53 – Greenville Grrrowl, 2003-04
52 – Victoria Salmon Kings, 2005-06
49 – Stockton Thunder, 2014-15
    – Arkansas RiverBlades, 1999-00
    – Huntginton Blizzard, 1993-94
    – Roanoke Valley Rampage, 1992-93
MOST HOME LOSSES, ONE SEASON
28 – Greenville Grrrowl, 2003-04
26 – Victoria Salmon Kings, 2004-05
25 – Wichita Thunder, 2016-17
       – Las Vegas Wranglers, 2013-14
24 – Brampton Beast, 2014-15
MOST ROAD LOSSES, ONE SEASON
30 – Stockton Thunder, 2014-15
29 – Knoxville Cherokees, 1996-97
    – Roanoke Valley Rampage, 1992-93
28 – Erie Panthers, 1994-95
    – Huntington Blizzard, 1993-94
27 – Pensacola Ice Pilots, 2006-07
MOST TIES (overtime and/or shootout losses), ONE SEASON
18 – Mobile Mysticks, 2001-02
16 – Utah Grizzlies, 2008-09
      – Johnstown Chiefs, 2005-06
15 – South Carolina Stingrays, 2005-06
14 – seven times, most recent: Las Vegas Wranglers, 2006-07
FEWEST TIES (overtime and/or shootout losses), ONE SEASON
1 – Roanoke Valley Rampage, 1992-93
    – Carolina Thunderbirds, 1988-89
    – Knoxville Cherokees, 1988-89
2 – 14 times, most recent: Stockton Thunder and Wheeling Nailers, 2014-15
CONSECUTIVE SHOOTOUTS
9 -Huntington Blizzard (Jan 31-Feb. 20, 1998)
6 – Richmond Renegades (Nov. 24-Dec. 9, 1995)
5 – Atlantic City Boardwalk Bullies (Jan. 28-Feb. 4, 2004)
   – Fresno Falcons (Dec. 7-17, 2005)
4 – seven times, most recent: Toledo Walleye (March 2-9, 2012)
LONGEST WINNING STREAK, ONE SEASON
23 – South Carolina Stingrays (Feb. 7-March 27, 2015)
17 – Colorado Eagles (Jan. 25-March 3, 2017)
      – Cincinnati Cyclones (Jan. 13-Feb. 29, 2008)
15 – Victoria Salmon Kings (Dec. 6, 2008-Jan. 10, 2009)
14 – Missouri Mavericks (Nov. 4-Dec. 5, 2015)
    – Louisiana IceGators (Nov. 23-Dec. 22, 2001)
    – Knoxville Cherokees (Dec. 28, 1993-Jan. 29, 1994)
13 – Missouri Mavericks (Nov. 4, 2015-Present)
    – South Carolina Stingrays (Nov. 24-Dec. 19, 2009)
    – Las Vegas Wranglers (March 10-April 7, 2007)
12 – nine times, most recent: Reading Royals (Jan. 17-Feb. 11, 2015)
LONGEST WINNING STREAK, INCLUDING PLAYOFFS
18 – Las Vegas Wranglers (March 10-April 22, 2007)
               (13 regular-season games, 5 playoff games)
10 – Columbua Inferno (March 29-April 27, 2003)
               (1 regular-season game, 9 playoff games)
      – Peoria Rivermen (March 31-May 2, 2000)
               (2 regular-season games, 8 playoff games)
LONGEST HOME WINNING STREAK, ONE SEASON
18 – South Carolina Stingrays (Dec. 23, 1994-March 19, 1995)
17 – Wheeling Thunderbirds (Nov. 24, 1994-Feb. 8, 1995)
15 – Louisiana IceGators (Feb. 4-March 25, 2000)
14 – eight times, most recent: Cincinnati Cycloes (Jan. 5-March 12, 2008)
LONGEST ROAD WINNING STREAK, ONE SEASON
13 – South Carolina Stingrays (Feb. 7-March 27, 2015)
10 – Long Beach Ice Dogs (Jan. 11-Feb. 17, 2006)
    – Las Vegas Wranglers (Nov. 22-Dec. 31, 2005)
    – South Carolina Stingrays (Nov. 2-Dec. 9, 2000)
9 – five times, most recent: Ontario Reign (Nov. 13-Dec. 27, 2013)
LONGEST WINNING STREAK FROM START OF SEASON
8 – Trenton Titans (Oct. 12-26, 2001)
    – Dayton Bombers (Oct. 19-Nov. 4, 1994)
CONSECUTIVE GAMES WITHOUT REGULATION LOSS
23 – South Carolina Stingrays, 23-0-0 (Feb. 7-March 27, 2015)
    – Texas Wildcatters, 18-0-5 (Nov. 18, 2007-Jan. 12, 2008)
21 – Richmond Renegades, 15-0-6 (Nov. 12-Dec. 30, 1995)
20 – Las Vegas Wranglers, 16-0-4 (Nov. 3-Dec. 21, 2007)
LONGEST WINLESS STREAK, ONE SEASON
20 – Victoria Salmon Kings (Dec. 31, 2004-Feb. 4, 2005)
16 – Dayton Bombers (Feb. 24-March 31, 2006)
      – Huntington Blizzard (Oct. 20-Dec. 2, 1995)
      – Roanoke Valley Rampage (1992-93)
15 – Columbia Inferno (Dec. 21, 2005-Jan. 27, 2006)
      – Stockton Thunder (Feb. 3-March 4, 2006)
LONGEST HOME WINLESS STREAK, ONE SEASON
13 – Johnstown Chiefs (Dec. 11, 2009-Feb. 5, 2010)
12 – six times, most recent: Toledo Walleye (Jan. 31-March 19, 2014)
LONGEST ROAD WINLESS STREAK, ONE SEASON
26 – Roanoke Valley Rampage (1992-93)
20 – Knoxville Cherokees (Dec. 6, 1996-March 11, 1997)
19 – Erie Panthers (Jan. 7-March 17, 1995)
18 – Pee Dee Pride (Jan. 28-April 9 2005)
16 – Johnstown Chiefs (Dec. 9, 1995-Feb. 9, 1996)
MOST GOALS, ONE SEASON
377 – Knoxville Cherokees (1990-91)
368 – Nashville Knights (1995-96)
367 – Toledo Storm (1991-92)
357 – Erie Panthers (1989-90)
345 – South Carolina Stingrays (1996-97)
MOST GOALS, ONE TEAM, ONE GAME
16 – Nashville Knights vs. Huntington, Jan. 30, 1994
15 – Greensboro Monarchs vs. Huntington, Oct. 27, 1993
      – Richmond Renegades vs. Erie, Dec. 23, 1990
14 – five times, most recent: Wheeling Nailers vs. Toledo, April 4, 2000
MOST GOALS, BOTH TEAMS, ONE GAME
21 – Toledo Storm (11) vs. Louisville IceHawks (10), Nov. 5, 1993
      – Erie Panthers (13) vs. Carolina Thuderbirds (8), Dec. 21, 1988
20 – Birmingham Bulls (11) vs. Nashville Knights (9), Jan. 3, 1995
      – Richmond Renegades (15) vs. Erie Panthers (5), Dec. 23, 1990
      – Cincinnati Cyclones (11) vs. Richmond Renegades (9), Nov. 21, 1990
19 – Nashville Knights (16) vs. Huntington Blizzard (3), Jan. 30, 1994
      – Erie Panthers (11) vs. Knoxville Cherokees (8), March 18, 1989
MOST GOALS, ONE TEAM, ONE PERIOD
9 – Johnstown Chiefs vs. Cincinnati, Nov. 10, 1990
8 – Johnstown Chiefs vs. Erie, Dec. 31, 1993
    – Greensboro Monarchs vs. Huntington, Oct. 27, 1993
     – Johnstown Chiefs vs. Knoxville, Feb. 26, 1989
7 – 13 times, most recent: Allen Americans vs. Rapid City, Feb. 10, 2017
LARGEST MARGIN OF VICTORY
15 – Greensboro Monarchs (15) vs. Huntington (0), Oct. 27, 1993
13 – Birmingham Bulls (14) vs. Tallahassee (1), March 21, 1998
      – Nashville Knights (16) vs. Huntington (3), Jan. 30, 1994
12 – Toledo Walleye (12) vs. Gwinnett (0), Feb. 22, 2015
     – Florida Everblades (12) at Augusta (0), Nov. 22, 2008
     – Wheeling Nailers (14) vs. Toledo (2), April 2, 2000
     – Toledo Storm (12) vs. Huntsville (0), Feb. 16, 1994
FEWEST GOALS SCORED, ONE SEASON
150 – Wichita Thunder (2015-16)
156 – Phoenix RoadRunners (2005-06)
157 – Pensacola Ice Pilots (2007-08)
166 – Trenton Titans (2005-06)
169 – Evansville IceMen (2014-15)
MOST POWER-PLAY GOALS, ONE TEAM, ONE GAME
8 – Charlotte Checkers vs. Wheeling, Oct. 20, 2007
7 – Cincinnati Cyclones vs. Reading, Dec. 27, 2002
    – Hampton Roads Admirals vs. Richmond, Oct. 19, 1993
     – Toledo Storm vs. Nashville, Oct. 16, 1992
6 – 14 times, most recent: Idaho Steelheads vs. Phoenix, April 1, 2009
FEWEST POWER-PLAY GOALS, ONE SEASON
28 – Indy Fuel (2016-17)
        – Wichita Thunder (2015-16)
        – Elmira Jackals (2013-14)
29 – Evansville IceMen (2015-16)
30 – Quad City Mallards (2016-17)
        – Tulsa Oilers (2016-17)  
FEWEST POWER-PLAY GOALS ALLOWED, ONE SEASON
29  -Toledo Walleye (206-17)
30 – Toledo Walleye (2014-15)
32 – South Carolina Stingrays (2014-15)
33 – Indy Fuel (2015-16)
      – Florida Everblades (2015-16)
    – Rapid City Rush (2015-16)
    – Reading Royals (2013-14)
    – Greenville Road Warriors (2013-14)
MOST SHORTHANDED GOALS, ONE SEASON
24 – Louisiana IceGators (1998-99)
22 – South Carolina Stingrays (2006-07)
      – Jacksonville Lizard Kings (1995-96)
      – Johnstown Chiefs (1992-93)
21 – Florida Everblades (2006-07)
      – Fresno Falcons (2006-07)
      – Richmond Renegades (1998-99)
FEWEST SHORTHANDED GOALS, ONE SEASON
1 – Arkansas RiverBlades (1999-00)
2 – Evansville IceMen (2015-16)
   – Gwinnett Gladiators (2014-15)
   – Idaho Steelheads (2010-11)
3 – nine times, most recent: Adirondack Thunder (2016-17)
MOST SHORTHANDED GOALS, ONE TEAM, ONE GAME
4 – Florida Everblades vs. Charlotte, Jan. 5, 2007
    – Augusta Lynx vs. Charlotte, Dec. 31, 2006
    – Johnstown Chiefs at Roanoke, Jan. 7, 2001
    – Richmond Renegades vs. Wheeling, Dec. 6, 1998
    – Richmond Renegades vs. South Carolina, Feb. 22, 1997
3 – 25 times, most recent: Fort Wayne Komets vs. Missouri, March 21, 2015
FEWEST SHORTHANDED GOALS ALLOWED, ONE SEASON
0 – Idaho Steelheads (2009-10)
1 – Toledo Walleye (2014-15)
2 – Alaska Aces (2013-14)
   – Alaska Aces (2012-13)
   – Las Vegas Wranglers (2007-08)
   – Dayton Bombers (2000-01)
   – Wheeling Nailers (1996-97)
HIGHEST GOALS-PER-GAME AVERAGE, ONE SEASON
5.95 – Erie Panthers, 1989-90 (357 goals in 60 games)
5.89 – Knoxville Cherokees, 1990-91 (377 goals in 64 games)
5.73 – Toledo Storm, 1991-92 (367 goals in 64 games)
5.45 – Erie Panthers, 1988-89 (327 goals in 60 games)
5.26 – Nashville Knights, 1995-96 (368 goals in 70 games)
LOWEST GOALS-PER-GAME AVERAGE, ONE SEASON
2.08 – Wichita Thunder, 2015-16 (150 goals in 72 games)
2.17 – Phoenix RoadRunners, 2005-06 (156 goals in 72 games)
2.18 – Pensacola Ice Pilots, 2007-08 (157 goals in 72 games)
2.30 – Trenton Titans, 2005-06 (166 goals in 72 games)
2.35 – Evansville IceMen, 2014-15 (169 goals in 72 games)
MOST SHOTS ON GOAL, BOTH TEAMS, ONE GAME
114 – Richmond (69) vs. Erie (45), Dec. 23, 1990
111 – Gwinnett (70) vs. Trenton (41), Oct. 29, 2010
        – Dayton (57) vs. Louisville (54), Dec. 19, 1992
105 – Mobile (64) vs. Jacksonville (41), Feb. 24, 1996
MOST SHOTS ON GOAL, ONE TEAM, ONE GAME
70 – Gwinnett Gladiators at Trenton, Oct. 29, 2010
69 – Tallahassee Tiger Sharks vs. Baton Rouge, Jan. 18, 1997
      – Richmond Renegades vs. Erie, Dec. 23, 1990
68 – Carolina Thunderbirds vs. Knoxville, Dec. 18, 1988
67 – South Carolina Stingrays vs. Huntington, Jan. 19, 1994
      – Gwinnett Gladiators vs. Augusta, April 8, 2005
MOST SHOTS ON GOAL, ONE TEAM, ONE PERIOD
33 – Long Beach Ice Dogs vs. Utah, Nov, 17, 2006
32 – Roanoke Express vs. Columbus, March 11, 1997
31 – South Carolina Stingrays vs. Raleigh, Dec. 7, 1996
      – Birmingham Bulls vs. Nashville, Jan. 2, 1994
FEWEST SHOTS ON GOAL, ONE TEAM, ONE GAME
8 – Elmira Jackals at Adirondack, Oct. 29, 2016
    – Trenton Devils at Elmira, Nov. 29, 2009
9 – San Francisco Bulls vs. Ontario, Nov. 12, 2012
   – Bakersfield Condors vs. Trenton, Feb. 7, 2004
   – Arkansas RiverBlades vs. Greenville, March 7, 2000
10 – Columbus Cottonmouths vs. Columbia, Jan. 7, 2003
      – Gwinnett Gladiators vs. South Carolina, April 3, 2010
      – Idaho Steelheads vs. Alaska, Dec. 28, 2010
FEWEST SHOTS ON GOAL, ONE TEAM, ONE PERIOD
0 – 19 times, most recent:
              Evansville IceMen at Cincinnati, Jan. 23, 2015
FEWEST GOALS AGAINST, ONE SEASON
156 – Louisiana IceGators (2001-02)
159 – Atlantic City Boardwalk Bullies (2003-04)
161 – Reading Royals (2004-05)
162 – South Carolina Stingrays (2015-16)
      – Missouri Mavericks (2015-16)
LOWEST GOALS-AGAINST AVERAGE, ONE SEASON
2.17 – Louisiana IceGators, 2001-02 (156 goals in 72 games)
2.21 – Atlantic City Boardwalk Bullies, 2003-04 (159 goals in 72 games)
2.24 – Reading Royals, 2004-05 (161 goals in 72 games)
2.25 – South Carolina Stingrays, 2015-16 (162 goals in 72 games)
       – Missouri Mavericks, 2015-16 (162 goals in 71 games)
MOST GOALS AGAINST, ONE SEASON
413 – Huntington Blizzard (1993-94)
387 – Roanoke Valley Rampage (1992-93)
360 – Birmingham Bulls (1995-96)
356 – Erie Panthers (1994-95)
        – Louisville IceHawks (1993-94)
HIGHEST GOALS-AGAINST AVERAGE, ONE SEASON
6.07 – Huntington Blizzard, 1993-94 (413 goals in 68 games)
6.05 – Roanoke Valley Rampage, 1992-93 (387 goals in 64 games)
5.55 – Knoxville Cherokees, 1991-92 (355 goals in 64 games)
5.48 – Carolina Thunderbirds, 1988-89 (329 goals in 60 games)
5.33 – Columbus Chill, 1991-92 (341 goals in 64 games)
MOST POWER-PLAY GOALS AGAINST, ONE SEASON
125 – Johnstown Chiefs (1996-97)
111 – Columbus Chill (1991-92)
107 – Knoxville Cherokees (1995-96)
106 – Pensacola Ice Pilots (2006-07)
105 – Johnstown Chiefs (1995-96)
MOST SHORTHANDED GOALS AGAINST, ONE SEASON
26 – Greensboro Generals (1999-00)
25 – Huntington Blizzard (1995-96)
23 – Johnstown Chiefs (1991-92)
22 – Pensacola Ice Pilots (2006-07)
      – Birmingham Bulls (1995-96)
      – Louisville RiverFrogs (1995-96)
      – Raleigh IceCaps (1995-96)
MOST SHUTOUTS, ONE SEASON
12 – South Carolina Stingrays (2014-15)
11 – Alaska Aces (2013-14)
    – Wheeling Nailers (2003-04)
10 – South Carolina Stingrays (2012-13)
    – Alaska Aces (2008-09)
    – Wheeling Nailers (2004-05)
    – Atlantic City Boardwalk Bullies (2003-04)
    – Louisiana IceGators (2001-02)
9  – five times, most recent:
            Allen Americans (2016-17)
MOST GAMES SHUTOUT, ONE SEASON
12 – Pensacola Ice Pilots (2007-08)
11 – Phoenix RoadRunners (2005-06)
10 – Dayton Bombers (2004-05)
      – Wheeling Nailers (1998-99)
9 – Utah Grizzlies (2006-07)
   – Victoria Salmon Kings (2005-06)
   – Toledo Storm (2003-04)
   – Baton Rouge Kingfish (2002-03)
MOST CONSECUTIVE SHUTOUTS
3 – Norfolk Admirals (Jan. 7-14, 2017)
    – Adirondack Thunder (Jan. 12-17, 2016)
   – Alaska Aces (Nov. 2-6, 2013)
   – South Carolina Stingrays (Feb. 17-23, 2013)
   – South Carolina Stingrays (Feb. 19-21, 2010)
   – Florida Everblades (Nov. 22-28, 2008)
   – Hampton Roads Admirals (March 25-29, 1997)

 

MOST CONSECUTIVE SHUTOUTS, HOME
3 – South Carolina Stingrays (Feb. 19-21, 2010)
   – Wheeling Nailers (Feb. 20-28, 2004)
   – Chesapeake Icebreakers (March 10-25, 1998)
MOST CONSECUTIVE SHUTOUTS, ROAD
3 – Allen Americans (Nov. 29-Dec. 9, 2016)
    – Florida Everblades (Nov. 22-28, 2008)
    – Trenton Titans (Nov. 23-Dec. 2, 2000)
MOST PENALTY MINUTES, ONE SEASON
3,305 – Richmond Renegades (1995-96)
3,099 – Louisiana IceGators (1996-97)
2,930 – Louisiana IceGators (1995-96)
2,751 – Columbus Chill (1991-92)
2,732 – Hampton Roads Admirals (1995-96)
HIGHEST PENALTY MINUTES PER-GAME AVERAGE, ONE SEASON
47.2 – Richmond Renegades, 1995-96 (3,305 minutes in 70 games)
44.3 – Louisiana IceGators, 1996-97 (3,099 miunutes in 70 games)
43.0 – Columbus Chill, 1991-92 (2,751 minutes in 64 games)
42.2 – Greensboro Monarchs, 1992-93 (2,704 minutes in 64 games)
41.9 – Louisiana IceGators, 1995-96 (2,930 minutes in 70 games)
MOST PENALTY MINUTES, BOTH TEAMS, ONE GAME
306 – Victoria Salmon Kings (171) vs. Fresno Falcons (135), Feb. 16, 2006
304 – Richmond Renegades (169) vs. Hampton Roads Admirals (135), Nov. 20, 1996
301 – Toledo Storm (158) vs. Columbus Chill (143), Nov. 15, 1992
294 – Hampton Roads Admirals (166) vs. Greensboro Monarchs (128), Jan. 7, 1994
MOST PENALTY MINUTES ONE TEAM, ONE GAME
181 – Nashville Knights vs. Knoxville, Nov. 13, 1993
174 – Jackson Bandits vs. Mississippi, Nov. 26, 2002
171 – Victoria Salmon Kings vs. Fresno, Feb. 16, 2005
        – Toledo Storm vs. Dayton, Feb. 19, 1994
170 – Greensboro Monarchs vs. Raleigh, Oct. 31, 1992
FEWEST PENALTY MINUTES, ONE SEASON
665 – Toledo Walleye (2015-16)
770 – Reading Royals (2016-17)
785 – Toledo Walleye (2014-15)
786 – Indy Fuel (2015-16)
839 – Cincinnati Cyclones (2013-14)
LOWEST PENALTY MINUTES PER-GAME AVERAGE, ONE SEASON
9.2 – Toledo Walleye, 2015-16 (665 minutes in 72 games)
10.7 – Reading Royals, 2016-17 (770 minutes in 72 games)
10.9 – Toledo Walleye, 2014-15 (785 minutes in 72 games)
          – Indy Fuel, 2015-16 (786 minutes in 72 games)
11.7 – Cincinnati Cyclones, 2013-14 (839 minutes in 72 games)
       – Orlando Solar Bears, 2015-16 (845 minutes in 72 games)
FEWEST PENALTY MINUTES, BOTH TEAMS, ONE GAME
0 – Elmira Jackals at Brampton Beast, Nov. 18, 2016
   – Evansville IceMen at Cincinnati Cyclones, Feb. 13, 2016
   – Orlando Solar Bears at Florida Everblades, Jan. 22, 2016
   – Adirondack Thunder at Norfolk Admirals, Dec. 19, 2015
   – Kalamazoo Wings at Toledo Walleye, March 21, 2015
   – Pee Dee Pride at Augusta Lynx, March 30, 2003
   – Florida Everblades vs. Tallhassee Tiger Sharks, Dec. 23, 1999
   – Erie Panthers vs. Johnstown Chiefs, March 14, 1990
FEWEST PENALTY MINUTES, ONE TEAM, ONE GAME
0 – 54 times, most recent:
           Allen Americans vs. Wichita, April 5, 2017
          Reading Royals vs. Brampton, April 1, 2017
          Greenville Swamp Rabbits at South Carolina, March 18, 2017
           Indy Fuel vs. Kalamazoo, March 17, 2017
           Atlanta Gladiators vs. Florida, March 14, 2017
           Manchester Monarchs vs. Norfolk, March 12, 2017
            South Carolina Stingrays at Colorado, March 1, 2017
             Orlando Solar Bears vs. Florida, Dec. 27, 2016
             South Carolina Stingrays vs. Greenville, Dec. 9, 2016
             Elmira Jackals at Brampton, Nov. 18, 2016
              Brampton Beast vs. Elmira, Nov. 18, 2016
              Adirondack Thunder at Manchester, Oct. 14, 2016
MOST SHOOTERS, SHOOTOUT
42 – Evansville at Florida, Feb. 22, 2013
               Evansville won 5-4 when its 21st shooter, Andre Bouvet-Morrissette, scored
      – Hampton Roads at Birmingham, Oct. 16, 1992
               Birmingham won 7-6 when its 21st shooter, Brett Barnett, scored
40 – Fresno at Phoenix, Nov. 5, 2008
               Fresno won 3-2 when its 20th shooter, Spencer Carbery, scored and Michael Ouzas stopped the 20th shooter for Phoenix