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1981–82 Edmonton Oilers Season
... Edmonton Oilers season was the Oilers' 3rd season in the NHL, as they finished with a franchise record 48 wins and 111 points, and won the Smythe Division for the ... The Oilers would set an NHL record win 417 goals, the first time in NHL history that a team finished with over 400 goals ... Wayne Gretzky would continue rewriting the record books, scoring an NHL record 92 goals, which included 50 goals in 39 games, also an NHL record ...
Clint Smith - Playing Career - Chicago Black Hawks (1943–1947)
... He recorded 23 goals and established an NHL record for single-season assists with 49 (broken the following season by Elmer Lach of the Montreal Canadiens) for an NHL career-high 72 points ... Bentley and Smith's points that season also set an NHL record for a line with 219 ... Smith's record-setting season was complemented by a second Lady Byng Trophy, having only accumulated 4 penalty minutes ...
2007–08 Edmonton Oilers Season - Awards and Records - Records
18 Years, 55 Days New Oilers records for the youngest player ever played and earned his first NHL point, assisting on Tom Gilbert's goal, by Sam Gagner ... Note Wayne Gretzky had an unofficial Oilers record for the youngest player ever played in franchise history, including WHA, at age 17 Years, 281 Days on November 3, 1978. 18 Years, 71 Days A new Oilers record for the youngest player ever scored by Sam Gagner on October 20, 2007 ...

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