Records

The following records are Minnesota State High School League Boy's Hockey records as they currently stand. Records provided by MSHSL.org. Some of the records I left out, knowing they have been broken but can not find factual sources of the new records.
Jefferson after their 1993
State Championship win

Consecutive Wins
79- Eveleth 1948-1952 (State Champions in '48,'49,'50,'51, runner up in '52)
49- Bloomington Jefferson (Jefferson won three straight state titles from '92-'94)

Legendary Edina Coach
 Willard Ikola



All-Time Wins (Coach)
616- Willard Ikola (Edina), Ikola collected a record of 616-149-38
from 1958-1991, winning 8 state titles as Head Coach. Ikola also
was an undefeated goaltender for three state championship teams, earning five career tournament shutouts for Eveleth between 1948-50.





Most Career Shutouts
17- Michael Spearl (Little Falls) 2005-2009 (Playing with the Hanowski's, Spearl played in four State Tournaments through each year of high school)
Pohl with the Toronto
Maple Leafs

Most Career Assists
234- Johnny Pohl (Red Wing) 1994-98 (Pohl won Mr. Hockey in 1998 before becoming an All-American at the University of Minnesota, leading the Gophers to a National Championship and playing eight seasons professionally)




Hanowski with Little Falls\
in 2009
Most Career Goals
196- Ben Hanowski (Little Falls) 2005-2009

Most Career Points
405- Ben Hanowski (Hanowski passed Johnny Pohl's record of
378 career points in his last regular season game of his senior
season, and went on to score 27 more in the playoffs. Hanowski was a Mr. Hockey finalist and was drafted out of high school 63rd overall by the Pittsburgh Penguins, before heading to St. Cloud State University to play his college hockey, where he was named team captain during his junior season)


Single Game Records
Assists
7- Tyler Lapic (New Prague) 2009, vs. Hutchinson (Lapic went on to play at the University of Wisconsin-Madison)
7- Mike Anderson (St. Paul Saints co-op) 2009 vs. St. Paul Academy

Fastest Three Goals Scored
:30- Todd Benson (Minneapolis Patrick Henry) 1982 vs. Minneapolis Southwest

Fastest Two Goals Scored
:6- Ben Nelson (Little Falls) 2008 vs. Alexandria

Fewest Stops
1- Ron Drobnick (Eveleth) 1945

Most Goals in One Game
12- Max Oshie (Warroad) 1948 vs. Thief River Falls

Most Single Game with Overtime Saves
66- Ryan Sandersfeld (Fairmont) 2008 vs. New Ulm

Most Saves in Regulation
Hjelle with the Ohio State
Buckeyes
74- Brady Hjelle (International Falls) 2006 vs. Cloquet-Esko-Carlton (Hjelle went on to play for the University of Minnesota-Duluth, before transferring to play at Ohio State)

Fastest Two Goals by the Same Team
:5- New Ulm 2007 vs. Robbinsdale Cooper

Most Goals Between Two Teams
17- Roseau (9) Burnsville (8) 1984

Longest Game
115:59- Coon Rapids vs. Champlin Park (7 Overtimes) 2000

Most Overtime Periods
11- Minneapolis Southwest vs. Thief River Falls, 1955

Records for One Period of Play
Broten with the Hobey Baker
Award in 1981
Assists in One Period
4- Neal Broten (Roseau) 1978 (After Roseau, Broten played for the Minnesota Gophers, winning the inaugural Hobey Baker award for the top player in College Hockey. He also was a part of the 1980 USA Men's Olympic Hockey team in Lake Placid, winning a gold medal in one of the most memorable sporting events in history. Broten also won a Stanley Cup in 1995 with the New Jersey Devils)

Goals in One Period (Player)
4- John Mayasich (Eveleth) 1951

Most Saves in One Period
36- Mike Russell (West St. Paul) 1987 vs. St. Paul Academy

Most Points in One Period
5- John Mayasich (Eveleth) 1951

Goals in One Period (Team)
7- Eveleth, 1945

Single Season Records
Assists
78- Johnny Pohl (Red Wing) 1998
Benik scoring the RBC Cup
clinching goal with Penticton




Goals
63- Joey Benik (St. Francis) 2009 (A 2010 Mr. Hockey candidate, Benik played for the Penticton Vees of the BCHL after high school, leading the Vees to the RBC Cup as the best junior hockey team in Canada. After two seasons in Penticton, Benik left for St. Cloud State, where he currently plays)




Points
135- Ben Hanowski (Little Falls) 2009

Shutouts
10- Michael Spearl (Little Falls) 2009

Consecutive Shutouts
5- Willy Marvin (Warroad) 1995

Wins (Goalie)
30- Michael Spearl (Little Falls) 2009

Least Goals Against
1.36 GA/Per Game- Warroad, 1996

State Tournament Records
Consecutive Tournament Games Scoring a Goal
John Mayasich while
playing with the
Gophers
12- John Mayasich (Eveleth) 1948-'51 (Mayasich holds State Tournament records that will likely never be broken. After playing with Eveleth during the dynasty years, he played his college hockey for the Minnesota Gophers, and also for the USA Men's Olympic Hockey team in '56 and '60, winning a gold medal in 1960)

Most Total Tournament Goals
36- John Mayasich (Eveleth) 1948-'51

Most Hat-Tricks
7- John Mayasich (Eveleth) 1948-'51

Most Total Tournament Assists
17- Johnny Pohl (Red Wing) 1995-'98

Most Tournament Shutouts
5- Willard Ikola (Eveleth) 1947-'50

Most Tournament Points
46- John Mayasich (Eveleth) 1948-'51

State Tournament Team Performances
Former NHL'er and Edina East defenceman Craig
Norwich with Coach Willard Ikola after winning
the 1974 State Championship with Edina East
Best Winning Percentage
.800- Edina East (12-3)

Consecutive Championship Games
5- Eveleth (1948-'52)
5- International Falls (1962-'66)

Consecutive State Championships
4- Eveleth (1948-'51)

Consecutive Tournament Appearances
12- Eveleth (1945-'56)

Most Consecutive Tournament Games Won
14- Eveleth

Most Tournament Games Lost
46- South St. Paul

Roseau making their 31st of 33 Tournament
Appearances in 2007
Most Tournament Games Won
52- Roseau

Most Tournament Overtime Games Lost
6- North St. Paul

Most Overtime Games Played
14- Edina East

Most Overtime Games Won
9- Edina East

Most Shutouts
10- Eveleth

Most State Championships (Excluding Edina's titles while having two high schools)
7- Roseau/International Falls

Most Tournament Appearances
33- Roseau
1951 Eveleth Golden Bears
34- Edina (28 Edina, 5 Edina East, 1 Edina West)

Individual Tournament Records
Single Game Assists
6- Dom Talarico (Proctor) 1997

Single Game Goals
7- John Mayasich (Eveleth) 1951

Single Game Points
8- John Mayasich (Eveleth) 1951

Single Game Saves 
65- Karl Goehring (Apple Valley) 1996 (Goehring went on to play for the University of North Dakota, and then eight years professionally. He is now an assistant coach for UND)

Single Game Saves (Regulation)
50- Alex Kangas (Rochester Century) 2005 (Kangas played for the Minnesota Gophers before an injury forced him to end his senior season short)
Duluth East Captain Dave Spehar resting
during a TV timeout in the legendary
1996 semifinal game vs Apple Valley

Team Statistics
Longest Tournament Game
93:12- Apple Valley vs. Duluth East (1996)

Most Goals in a Championship Game
8- Elk River (2001)

Most Goals in a Tournament Game
16- Eveleth (1945)

Most Goals in a Period
7- Hill-Murray (1991)

Single Tournament Individual Statistics
Goals
15- John Mayasich (Eveleth) 1951

Langenbrunner as Captain of Team USA in 2010
Assists
10- Jamie Langenbrunner (Cloquet) 1993 (Langenbrunner is going into his 18th NHL season as an alumnus of Cloquet. He also once captained the New Jersey Devils and team USA at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, British Columbia.

Points
18- John Mayasich (Eveleth) 1951

Most Shutouts
3- Greg Stutz (Centennial) 2004 (Stutz is the only goalie in tournament history to never give up a goal, regardless that it was his only appearance, leading Centennial High School to their only State Championship in their only appearance)

Most Saves
124- Doug Long (St. Paul Johnson) 1970

Tournament Team Statistics
Fewest Goals Allowed by All Teams
42- 1946

Fewest Goals Allowed by One Team
0- Centennial (2004)

Most Goals Scored by All Teams
106- 1979

Most Overtime Games
6- 1970

Most Shutouts by All Teams
6- 1945/1957

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