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Startling:
John Garrett holds the team record for most goals allowed in a winning outing (9).

Highs and Lows

These are some other records based on high and low scoring Canuck games including back-to-back games. Not surprisingly, most of the high scoring records were set during the 1980's. There are also Playoff records below.

Regular Season

Most Canuck goals in one game:
11 (March 1, 1992: 11-0 win over Calgary)
11 (March 28, 1971: 11-5 win over California)
11 (November 25, 1986: 11-5 win over Los Angeles)
10 (March 27, 1981: 10-2 win over Winnipeg)
10 (December 19, 1980: 10-4 win over Pittsburgh)
10 (January 31, 1986: 10-5 win over Minnesota)
10 (October 7, 1983: 10-9 win over Minnesota)

Most goals, both teams, in one game:
19 (October 7, 1983: 10-9 win over Minnesota)
17 (October 19, 1983: 10-7 loss to Edmonton)
16 (March 28, 1971: 11-5 win over California)
16 (November 25, 1986: 11-5 win over Los Angeles)
16 (January 17, 1986: 9-7 loss to Los Angeles)
16 (February 27, 1985: 11-5 loss to Detroit)
16 (March 21, 1975: 12-4 loss to Atlanta)

Most opponent goals in one game:
13 (October 18, 1984: 13-2 loss to Philadelphia)
13 (November 8, 1985: 13-0 loss to Edmonton)
12 (March 21, 1975: 12-4 loss to Atlanta)
12 (March 11, 1984: 12-2 loss to Edmonton)
12 (November 29, 1984: 12-1 loss to Los Angeles)

Largest winning margin in one game:
11 (March 1, 1992: 11-0 win over Calgary)
9 (November 21, 1992: 9-0 win over Edmonton)
8 (March 27, 1981: 10-2 win over Winnipeg)
8 (December 3, 1975: 9-1 win over Detroit)
8 (December 15, 1996: 8-0 win over St. Louis)
8 (February 25, 2003: 8-0 win over Atlanta)

Largest losing margin in one game:
13 (November 8, 1985: 13-0 loss to Edmonton)
11 (October 18, 1984: 13-2 loss to Philadelphia)
11 (November 29, 1984: 12-1 loss to Los Angeles)
10 (March 11, 1984: 12-2 loss to Edmonton)
10 (April 6, 1974: 11-1 loss to Los Angeles)
10 (March 8, 1979: 11-1 loss to Montreal)

Highest tie score:
7-7 (November 6, 1979 against Minnesota)
7-7 ot (December 30, 1984 against Edmonton)
7-7 ot (January 4, 1988 against Toronto)
7-7 ot (February 28, 1990 against Philadelphia)
7-7 ot (October 12, 1995 against Los Angeles)

Most Canuck goals in a shutout:
11 (March 1, 1992: 11-0 win over Calgary)
9 (November 21, 1992: 9-0 win over Edmonton)
8 (December 15, 1996: 8-0 win over St. Louis)
8 (February 25, 2003: 8-0 win over Atlanta)
7 (several times)

Most opponent goals in a shutout:
13 (November 8, 1985: 13-0 loss to Edmonton)
9 (March 22, 1973: 9-0 loss to Philadelphia)
9 (January 2, 1979: 9-0 loss to New York Islanders)
9 (March 12, 1996: 9-0 loss to Washington)
8 (February 24, 1983: 8-0 loss to Los Angeles)
8 (March 3, 1991: 8-0 loss to Chicago)
8 (December 31, 1997: 8-0 loss to Philadelphia)

Least Canuck goals in one game:
0 (several times -- like you didn't know that)

Least Opponent goals in one game:
0 (several times -- ditto)

Least Combined goals in one game:
0 (October 27, 1971: 0-0 tie with Toronto)
0 (December 18, 1997: 0-0 overtime tie with San Jose)
0 (February 8, 2001: 0-0 overtime tie with San Jose)


Most Canuck goals in back-to-back games:
17 (November 17 & 19, 1972: 8-4 win over Los Angeles
followed by 9-5 win over Buffalo)
17 (October 7 & 9, 1983: 10-9 win over Minnesota
followed by 7-4 win over Toronto)
16 (October 11 & 13, 1978: 8-2 win over Colorado
followed by 8-4 win over St. Louis)
16 (November 25 & 26, 1986: 11-5 win over Los Angeles
followed by 5-3 win over Los Angeles)
16 (February 28 & March 1, 1992: 5-3 win over Winnipeg
followed by 11-0 win over Calgary)
16 (January 3 & 6, 1996: 7-2 win over Florida
followed by 9-2 win over Tampa Bay)

Most goals, both teams, in back-to-back games:
30 (October 7 & 9, 1983: 10-9 win over Minnesota
followed by 7-4 win over Toronto)
27 (October 5 & 7, 1983: 5-3 loss to Calgary
followed by 10-9 win over Minnesota)
27 (October 12 & 14, 1995: 7-7 tie with Los Angeles
followed by 7-6 win over San Jose)
26 (November 17 & 19, 1972: 8-4 win over Los Angeles
followed by 9-5 win over Buffalo)
26 (March 16 & 20, 1974: 8-6 loss to Pittsburgh
followed by 7-5 win over New York Rangers)
26 (October 15 & 19, 1983: 5-4 loss to Montreal
followed by 10-7 loss to Edmonton)
26 (October 19 & 21, 1983: 10-7 loss to Edmonton
followed by 5-4 win over New Jersey)

Most opponent goals in back-to-back games:
19 (January 1 & 3, 1973: 8-2 loss to Boston
followed by 11-3 loss to California)
19 (November 5 & 8, 1985: 6-4 loss to Edmonton
followed by 13-0 loss to Edmonton)
18 (November 27 & 29, 1984: 6-1 loss to St. Louis
followed by 12-1 loss to Los Angeles)
18 (November 29 & December 1, 1984: 12-1 loss to Los Angeles
followed by 6-3 loss to Los Angeles)
17 (October 17 & 18, 1984: 4-3 loss to Pittsburgh
followed by 13-2 loss to Philadelphia)
17 (October 30 & 31, 1984: 7-0 loss to Edmonton
followed by 10-3 loss to Los Angeles)

Largest combined winning margin in back-to-back games:
13 (February 28 & March 1, 1992: 5-3 win over Winnipeg
followed by 11-0 win over Calgary)
13 (February 23 & 25, 2003: 7-2 win over Columbus
followed by 8-0 win over Atlanta)
12 (November 10 & 12, 1991: 6-0 win over New York Islanders
followed by 8-2 win over Los Angeles)
12 (November 21 & 23, 1992: 9-0 win over Edmonton
followed by 5-2 win over Chicago)
12 (January 3 & 6, 1996: 7-2 win over Florida
followed by 9-2 win over Tampa Bay)

Largest combined losing margin in back-to-back games:
16 (November 27 & 29, 1984: 6-1 loss to St. Louis
followed by 12-1 loss to Los Angeles)
15 (November 5 & 8, 1985: 6-4 loss to Edmonton
followed by 13-0 loss to Edmonton)
14 (January 1 & 3, 1973: 8-2 loss to Boston
followed by 11-3 loss to California)
14 (October 30 & 31, 1984: 7-0 loss to Edmonton
followed by 10-3 loss to Los Angeles)
14 (November 29 & December 1, 1984: 12-1 loss to Los Angeles
followed by 6-3 loss to Los Angeles)
14 (March 1 & 3, 1991: 7-1 loss to Montreal
followed by 8-0 loss to Chicago)

Biggest turnaround (losing margin to winning margin) in back to back games:
18 (November 8 & 9, 1985: 13-0 loss to Edmonton
followed by 7-2 win over Winnipeg)
12 (March 22 & 25, 1973: 9-0 loss to Philadelphia
followed by 7-4 win over Toronto)
11 (December 29, 1976 & January 1, 1977: 8-1 loss to Boston
followed by 5-1 win over New York Islanders)
11 (January 2 & 3, 1979: 9-0 loss to New York Islanders
followed by 5-3 win over Pittsburgh)
11 (March 10 & 13, 1981: 11-2 loss to Calgary
followed by 5-3 win over Chicago)
11 (March 11 & 13, 1984: 12-2 loss to Edmonton
followed by 4-3 win over Pittsburgh)
Note: the Canucks lost their last game of the 2007-08 season 7-1, then won their first game of the 2008-09 season 6-0
This is a twelve goal turnaround, but not listed as the games were in different seasons.

Biggest letdown (winning margin to losing margin) in back to back games:
13 (April 5 & 6, 1974: 5-2 win over Los Angeles
followed by 11-1 loss to Los Angeles)
13 (March 1 & 2, 1992: 11-0 win over Calgary
followed by 5-3 loss to St. Louis)
12 (December 3 & 5, 1975: 9-1 win over Detroit
followed by 6-2 loss to Atlanta)
12 (October 8 & 10, 1987: 8-2 win over St. Louis
followed by 7-1 loss to New York Islanders)
12 (October 17 & 19, 1996: 6-1 win over Dallas
followed by 9-2 loss to Colorado)

Least Canuck goals in back-to-back games:
0 (several times, most recent: April 6 & 10, 2003)
Note: the Canucks were shut out three times in a row on January 7, 8 & 10, 1984.

Least opponent goals in back-to-back games:
0 (several times, most recent: April 9 & 11, 2009)
Note: the Canucks shut out their oppents three times in a row on November 25, 27 & 29, 2007 and again on November 4, 6 & 8, 2008.

Least combined goals in back-to-back games:
2 (April 9 & 11, 2009: 1-0 win over Los Angeles
followed by 1-0 overtime win over Colorado)
3 (February 24 & 26, 1999: 1-1 overtime tie with San Jose
followed by 1-0 win over Carolina)
3 (February 26 & 28, 1999: 1-0 win over Calorina
followed by 2-0 loss to Buffalo)
3 (December 10 & 12, 2001: 1-1 overtime tie with Tampa Bay
followed by 1-0 win over Anaheim)
3 (November 6 & 8, 2008: 1-0 win over Phoenix
followed by followed by 2-0 win over Minnesota)


Playoffs

Most Canuck goals in one game:
8 (April 26, 1992: 8-2 win over Winnipeg)
8 (April 28, 1992: 8-3 win over Winnipeg)
7 (April 7, 1984: 7-0 win over Calgary)
7 (May 9, 1993: 7-2 win over Los Angeles)
7 (April 23, 2010: 7-2 win over Los Angeles)

Most goals, both teams, in one game:
12 (April 20, 1994: 7-5 loss to Calgary)
12 (May 11, 2009: 7-5 loss to Chicago)
11 (several times)

Most opponent goals in one game:
8 (May 17, 1995: 8-2 loss to St. Louis)
7 (several times)

Largest winning margin in one game:
7 (April 7, 1984: 7-0 win over Calgary)
6 (April 26, 1992: 8-2 win over Winnipeg)
5 (several times)

Largest losing margin in one game:
6 (May 17, 1995: 8-2 loss to St. Louis)
6 (April 9, 1980: 6-0 loss to Buffalo)
6 (April 10, 2003: 6-0 loss to St. Louis)
5 (April 14, 1979: 7-2 loss to Philadelphia)
5 (April 10, 1991: 6-1 loss to Los Angeles)
5 (May 5, 2003: 7-2 loss to Minnesota Wild)

Most Canuck goals in a shutout:
7 (April 7, 1984: 7-0 win over Calgary)
5 (April 30, 1992: 5-0 win over Winnipeg)
5 (April 18, 1994: 5-0 win over Calgary)
4 (May 4, 1992: 4-0 win over Edmonton)
4 (May 20, 1994: 4-0 win over Toronto)

Most opponent goals in a shutout:
6 (April 9, 1980: 6-0 loss to Buffalo)
6 (April 10, 2003: 6-0 loss to St. Louis)
4 (several times)

Least Combined goals in one game:
1 (April 19, 2007: 1-0 overtime loss to Dallas)
2 (May 22, 1994: 2-0 win over Toronto)
2 (May 23, 1995: 2-0 loss to Chicago)
2 (April 13, 2007: 2-0 loss to Dallas)
2 (April 21, 2007: 2-0 loss to Dallas)


Most Canuck goals in back-to-back games:
16 (April 26 & 28, 1992: 8-2 win over Winnipeg
followed by 8-3 win over Winnipeg)
13 (April 28 & 30, 1992: 8-3 win over Winnipeg
followed by 5-0 win over Winnipeg)
13 (April 21 & 23, 2010: 6-4 win over Los Angeles
followed by 7-2 win over Los Angeles)
11 (several times)

Most goals, both teams, in back-to-back games:
21 (May 8 & 11, 1982: 6-5 overtime loss to New York Islanders
followed by 6-4 loss to New York Islanders)
21 (April 26 & 28, 1992: 8-2 win over Winnipeg
followed by 8-3 win over Winnipeg)
21 (May 15 & 17, 1995: 6-5 overtime win over St. Louis
followed by 8-2 loss to St. Louis)
20 (May 5 & 7, 1993: 6-3 loss to Los Angeles
followed by 7-4 loss to Los Angeles)
20 (May 7 & 9, 1993: 7-4 loss to Los Angeles
followed by 7-2 win over Los Angeles)

Most opponent goals in back-to-back games:
13 (April 12 & 14, 1979: 6-4 loss to Philadelphia
followed by 7-2 loss to Philadelphia)
13 (April 10 & 12, 1991: 6-1 loss to Los Angeles
followed by 7-4 loss to Los Angeles)
13 (May 5 & 7, 1993: 6-3 loss to Los Angeles
followed by 7-4 loss to Los Angeles)
13 (May 15 & 17, 1995: 6-5 overtime win over St. Louis
followed by 8-2 loss to St. Louis)
12 (several times)

Largest combined winning margin in back-to-back games:
11 (April 26 & 28, 1992: 8-2 win over Winnipeg
followed by 8-3 win over Winnipeg)
10 (April 28 & 30, 1992: 8-3 win over Winnipeg
followed by 5-0 win over Winnipeg)
7 (May 9 & 11, 1995: 5-3 win over St. Louis
followed by 6-1 win over St. Louis)
7 (April 21 & 23, 2010: 6-4 win over Los Angeles
followed by 7-2 win over Los Angeles)
7 (April 23 & 25, 2010: 7-2 win over Los Angeles
followed by 4-2 win over Los Angeles)

Largest combined losing margin in back-to-back games:
9 (May 5 & 7, 2003: 7-2 loss to Minnesota Wild
followed by 5-1 loss to Minnesota Wild)
8 (April 9 & 10, 1986: 7-3 loss to Edmonton
followed by 5-1 loss to Edmonton)
8 (April 10 & 12, 1986: 5-1 loss to Edmonton
followed by 5-1 loss to Edmonton)
8 (April 10 & 12, 1991: 6-1 loss to Los Angeles
followed by 7-4 loss to Los Angeles)
7 (several times)

Biggest turnaround (losing margin to winning margin) in back to back games:
9 (April 5 & 7, 1984: 4-2 loss to Calgary
followed by 7-0 win over Calgary)
8 (April 24 & 26, 1992: 3-1 loss to Winnipeg
followed by 8-2 win over Winnipeg)
8 (May 7 & 9, 1993: 7-4 loss to Los Angeles
followed by 7-2 win over Los Angeles)
8 (May 17 & 19, 1995: 8-2 loss to St. Louis
followed by 5-3 win over St. Louis)
7 (April 9 & 11, 1980: 6-0 loss to Buffalo
followed by 5-4 win over Buffalo)
7 (April 11 & 13, 1989: 4-0 loss to Calgary
followed by 6-3 win over Calgary)
7 (April 10 & 12, 2003: 6-0 loss to St. Louis
followed by 2-1 win over St. Louis)

Biggest letdown (winning margin to losing margin) in back to back games:
11 (April 7 & 8, 1984: 7-0 win over Calgary
followed by 5-1 loss to Calgary)
8 (May 11 & 13, 1995: 6-1 win over St. Louis
followed by 5-2 loss to St. Louis)
7 (May 4 & 6, 1992: 4-0 win over Edmonton
followed by 5-2 loss to Edmonton)
7 (April 18 & 20, 1994: 5-0 win over Calgary
followed by 7-5 loss to Calgary)
7 (May 15 & 17, 1995: 6-5 overtime win over St. Louis
followed by 8-2 loss to St. Louis)
7 (April 23 & 25, 2007: 4-1 over Dallas
followed by 5-1 loss to Anaheim)
7 (May 9 & 11, 2010: 4-1 win over Chicago
followed by 5-1 loss to Chicago)

Least Canuck goals in back-to-back games:
0 (April 19 & 21, 2007: 1-0 overtime loss to Dallas
followed by 2-0 loss to Dallas)
1 (April 17 & 19, 1975: 4-1 loss to Montreal
followed by 4-0 loss to Montreal)
1 (April 8 & 9, 1980: 2-1 loss to Buffalo
followed by 6-0 loss to Buffalo)
1 (May 13 & 16, 1982: 3-0 loss to New York Islanders
followed by 3-1 loss to New York Islanders)
1 (May 21 & 23, 1995: 2-1 overtime loss to Chicago
followed by 2-0 loss to Chicago)
1 (April 13 & 15, 2004: 4-0 loss to Calgary
followed by 2-1 loss to Calgary)

Least opponent goals in back-to-back games:
0 (May 20 & 22, 1994: 4-0 win over Toronto
followed by 2-0 win over Toronto)
1 (April 15 & 17, 2009: 2-1 win over St. Louis
followed by 3-0 win over St. Louis)
2 (April 8 & 10, 1982: 2-1 overtime win over Calgary
followed by 3-1 win over Calgary)
2 (April 15 & 17, 2007: 2-1 overtime win over Dallas
followed by 2-1 win over Dallas)
2 (April 17 & 19, 2007: 2-1 win over Dallas
followed by 1-0 overtime loss to Dallas)
2 (April 17 & 19, 2009: 3-0 win over St. Louis
followed by 3-2 win over St. Louis)

Least combined goals in back-to-back games:
3 (April 19 & 21, 2007: 1-0 overtime loss to Dallas
followed by 2-0 loss to Dallas)
4 (April 17 & 19, 2007: 2-1 win over Dallas
followed by 1-0 overtime loss to Dallas)
5 (May 21 & 23, 1995: 2-1 overtime loss to Chicago
followed by 2-0 loss to Chicago)
5 (April 13 & 15, 2007: 2-0 loss to Dallas
followed by 2-1 win over Dallas)
6 (several times)


Notes:
Regular season and playoff statistics up to the end of the 2009-10 season.

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