Marcel Paille - Records

Records

  • Most AHL Games Played by a Goaltender, Career - 765
  • Most AHL Playoff Games Played by a Goaltender, All-Time - 87
  • Most AHL Playoff Wins by a Goaltender, All-Time - 49
  • Longest AHL Playoff Shutout Streak - 207:27
  • Most AHL Playoff Minutes Played, Career - 5,368

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