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Created: Sep 20, 2003

LONGEST WINNING STREAK (ONE SEASON):
12 - Vancouver Giants, March 8, 2006 through May 9, 2006.
- Spokane Chiefs, March 27, 1991 through May 1, 1991.
- Swift Current Broncos, March 29, 1989 through April 29, 1989.
- Kamloops Junior Oilers, March 23, 1984 through April 30, 1984.

11 - Brandon Wheat Kings, March 31, 1979 through April 19, 1979.
10 - Brandon Wheat Kings, March 21, 1996 through April 14, 1996.
9 - Calgary Hitmen, March 29, 2000 through April 21, 2000.
8 - Prince Albert Raiders, March 23, 1995 through April 7, 1995.
- Victoria Cougars, March 28, 1981 through April 17, 1981.

LONGEST UNBEATEN STREAK:
14 - Estevan Bruins (12-0-2), 1968 Playoffs.
12 - Vancouver Giants, March 8, 2006 through May 9, 2006.
- Swift Current Broncos, March 29, 1989 through April 29, 1989.
- Kamloops Junior Oilers, March 23, 1984 through April 30, 1984.
- New Westminster Bruins, March 31, 1976 through April 26, 1976.

MOST GOALS IN ONE GAME (TEAM):
17 - Regina Pats, March 28, 1985, at Regina. Defeated Saskatoon Blades 17-3.
15 - Kamloops Blazers, April 8, 1988, at Kamloops. Defeated Spokane Chiefs 15-3.

MOST GOALS IN ONE GAME (BOTH TEAMS):
20 - Regina Pats versus Saskatoon Blades, March 28, 1985, at Regina. Pats won 17-3.
- Flin Flon Bombers versus Regina Pats, April 12, 1978, at Flin Flon. Bombers won 11-9.

19 - Portland Winter Hawks versus Victoria Cougars, April 11, 1983, at Portland. Hawks won 11-8.
- Regina Pats versus Brandon Wheat Kings, March 26, 1982, at Regina. Pats won 13-6.
- Billings Bighorns versus Medicine Hat Tigers, April 14, 1978, at Medicine Hat. Bighorns won 10-9.

MOST GOALS IN ONE PERIOD:
9 - Saskatoon Blades, March 30, 1986, at Saskatoon, second period. Defeated Moose Jaw Warriors 12-5.
8 - Regina Pats, April 9, 1984, at Brandon, second period. Defeated Brandon Wheat Kings 10-8. - Saskatoon Blades, April 1, 1975, at Saskatoon. Defeated Brandon Wheat Kings 13-3.

FASTEST TWO GOALS (BOTH TEAMS):
5 secs - Brandon Wheat Kings and Calgary Wranglers, at Calgary, April 3, 1980, second period. Dave Chartier scored at 16:01 for Brandon and Glen Merkosky scored at 16:06 for Calgary. Wheat Kings won 10-3.

FASTEST TWO GOALS (ONE TEAM):
6 secs - Brandon Wheat Kings, at Brandon, April 24, 1979, against Lethbridge Broncos first period. Brad McCrimmon scored at 2:54 and Laurie Boschman at 3:00. Wheat Kings won 13-3.

FASTEST THREE GOALS (BOTH TEAMS):
25 secs - Brandon Wheat Kings and Calgary Wranglers, at Calgary, April 3, 1980, second period. Dave Chartier scored at 16:01 for Brandon, Glem Merkosky scored at 16:06 for Calgary, and Kelly Elcombe scored for Brandon at 16:26. Wheat Kings won 10-3.

FASTEST THREE GOALS (ONE TEAM):
26 secs - Winnipeg Jets, at Winnipeg, April 19, 1970, against Flin Flon Bombers, first period. Henry Boucha scored at 18:50, Brian Howe at 19:04 and Jim Hargreaves at 19:16. Jets won 10-1.

FASTEST GOAL FROM START OF GAME:
7 secs - Medicine Hat Tigers, at Medicine Hat, April 15, 1988, against Saskatoon Blades. Trevor Linden scored at 0:07. Tigers won 6-5.
8 secs - Saskatoon Blades, at Saskatoon, April 1, 1983, against Lethbridge Broncos. Perry Ganchar scored at 0:08. Blades won 5-1.
- Regina Pats, at Brandon, March 28, 1981, against Brandon Wheat Kings. Darren Galley scored at 0:08. Pats won 4-3.

FASTEST GOAL TO START ANY PERIOD:
6 secs - Victoria Cougars, at Portland, April 16, 1983, against Portland Winter Hawks second period. Geoff Courtnall scored at 0:06. Cougars lost 8-7
7 secs - Brandon Wheat Kings, at Lethbridge, April 1, 1994, against Lethbridge Hurricanes, second period. Darren Ritchie scored at 0:07. Wheat Kings lost 7-1.
- Medicine Hat Tigers, at Medicine Hat, April 15, 1988, against Saskatoon Blades, first period. Trevor Linden scored at 0:07. Tigers won 6-5.
- Victoria Cougars, at Victoria, April 25, 1981, against Calgary Wranglers second period. Rob Jacobsen scored at 0:07. Cougars won 5-1.

FASTEST GOAL TO START OVERTIME:
9 secs - Lethbridge Broncos, at Lethbridge, April 11, 1979, against Calgary Wranglers. Gord Williams scored at 0:09. Broncos won 7-6.

LONGEST GAME:
136 mins, 56 secs - Kamloops Blazers at Kootenay Ice, March 25, 2003. Ice won 3-2.
122 mins, 46 secs - Lethbridge Hurricanes at Regina Pats, March 21, 1996. Pats won 3-2.
119 mins, 41 secs - Saskatoon Blades at Medicine Hat Tigers, April 8, 2006. Tigers won 4-3.
109 mins, 17 secs - Swift Current Broncos at Moose Jaw Warriors, March 23, 1991. Warriors won 3-2.
106 mins, 5 secs - Calgary Hitmen at Kamloops Blazers, May 5, 1999. Hitmen won 4-3.

ATTENDANCE (SINGLE GAME):
17,139 - Calgary Hitmen, at Canadian Airlines Saddledome, versus Kootenay Ice, April 29, 2000. Ice 6-5 (OT).
17,139 - Calgary Hitmen, at Canadian Airlines Saddledome, versus Kamloops Blazers, May 7, 1999. Hitmen won 5-2.
17,039 - Calgary Hitmen, at Pengrowth Saddledome, versus Lethbridge Hurricanes, March 30, 2005. Hitmen won 5-2.
16,916 - Calgary Hitmen, at Canadian Airlines Saddledome, versus Brandon Wheat Kings, April 17, 1998. Wheat Kings won 4-1.
16,291 - Calgary Hitmen, at Pengrowth Saddledome, versus Lethbridge Hurricanes, March 29, 2005. Hitmen won 4-0.
16,183 - Vancouver Giants, at Pacific Coliseum, versus Kelowna Rockets, April 2, 2005. Rockets won 3-2.
16,109 - Calgary Hitmen, at Pengrowth Saddledome, versus Brandon Wheat Kings, April 13, 2005. Hitmen won 4-2.
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