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Calder Cup Team Records

First Place Teams in Division to Win Calder Cup Playoffs – 52
Hershey 6; Cleveland 5; Rochester 5; Providence 5; Springfield 4; Buffalo 3; Pittsburgh 3; Nova Scotia 2; Adirondack 2; Maine 2; Syracuse 1; Indianapolis 1; Cincinnati 1; New Brunswick 1; Albany 1; Philadelphia 1; Hartford 1; Saint John 1; Houston 1; Milwaukee 1; Chicago 1; Norfolk 1; Grand Rapids 1; Texas 1; Manchester 1

Second Place Teams in Division to Win Calder Cup Playoffs – 15
Hershey 4; Buffalo 2; Adirondack 2; Cleveland 1; Indianapolis 1; Nova Scotia 1; Portland 1; Philadelphia 1; Lake Erie 1; Grand Rapids 1

Third Place Teams in Division to Win Calder Cup Playoffs – 10
Cleveland 3; Springfield 2; Maine 1; Sherbrooke 1; Cape Breton 1; Rochester 1; Hamilton 1

Fourth Place Teams in Division to Win Calder Cup Playoffs – 3
Hershey 1; Springfield 1; Chicago 1

Fifth Place Teams in Division to Win Calder Cup Playoffs – 1
Binghamton 1

Most Playoffs Championships Won – 11
Hershey Bears

Most Consecutive Championships Won – 3
Springfield Indians – 1960-61-62

Most Times in Playoffs – 67
Hershey Bears

Most Consecutive Times in Playoffs – 24
Cleveland Barons, 1941-64

Most Times in Finals – 23
Hershey Bears

Most Times Losing in Finals – 12
Hershey Bears

Most Consecutive Times in Finals – 4
Rochester Americans, 1965-66-67-68

Most Games Played – 620
Hershey Bears (67 playoffs)

Most Games Played, One Team, One Playoff – 25
Chicago Wolves, 2002

Most Games Played, All Teams, One Playoff – 93
2004

Most Games Won – 333
Hershey Bears (67 playoffs)

Most Games Won, One Playoff – 17
Chicago Wolves, 2002 (17-8)

Most Home Games Won, One Playoff – 12
Chicago Wolves, 2002 (12-2)

Most Road Games Won, One Playoff – 10
Binghamton Senators, 2011 (10-2)

Most Home Games Won, All Teams, One Playoff – 55
2002 (of 81 games played)

Most Road Games Won, All Teams, One Playoff – 54
2004 (of 93 games played)

Most Consecutive Games Won – 15
Cleveland Barons – 1964 (9), 1966 (6)

Most Consecutive Games Won, One Playoff – 12
Hershey Bears, 1988

Most Consecutive Home Games Won – 16
Providence Bruins – 1997 (1), 1999 (10), 2000 (5)

Most Consecutive Home Games Won, One Playoff – 11
Philadelphia Phantoms, 2005

Most Consecutive Road Games Won – 9
Philadelphia Phantoms – 1998 (9)

Most Consecutive Road Games Won, One Playoff – 9
Philadelphia Phantoms, 1998

Most Consecutive Series Won – 8
Hershey Bears – 2009 (4), 2010 (4)

Most Games Lost – 287
Hershey Bears (67 playoffs)

Most Games Lost, One Playoff – 12
Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins, 2004

Most Road Games Lost, One Playoff – 8
Syracuse Crunch, 2017

Most Consecutive Games Lost – 12
Buffalo Bisons – 1950 (2), 1951 (4), 1952 (3), 1954 (3)

Most Consecutive Home Games Lost – 9
Bridgeport Sound Tigers – 2004 (2), 2006 (3), 2009 (3), 2010 (1)

Most Consecutive Road Games Lost – 12
Providence Reds – 1941 (2), 1943 (1), 1946 (1), 1948 (3), 1949 (5)

Most Consecutive Series Lost – 10
Springfield Indians – 1937, 1939, 1940, 1941, 1942, 1947, 1949, 1950, 1951, 1955

Most Goals Scored, One Playoff – 85
Sherbrooke Canadiens, 1987 (17 games)
Cape Breton Oilers, 1993 (16 games)

Most Goals Allowed, One Playoff – 81
Maine Mariners, 1981 (20 games)

Three Fastest Goals Scored – 0:23
Maine vs. Sherbrooke, 1985 Semifinals
(Maine scored at 19:29, 19:42 and 19:52 of the second period)

Most Goals Scored, One Team, One Playoff Game – 15
New Haven (15) vs. Binghamton (1) – April 23, 1979

Most Goals Scored, Both Teams, One Playoff Game – 18
Baltimore (10) vs. Cincinnati (8) – April 28, 1972

Most Goals Both Teams, Two-Game Series – 19
1993, Cape Breton (13) won 2-0 over Springfield (6)

Fewest Goals Both Teams, Two-Game Series – 4
1941, Hershey (3) won 2-0 over New Haven (1)

Most Goals One Team, Two-Game Series – 14
1991, Hershey (14) won in Super OT over Adirondack (4)

Fewest Goals One Team, Two-Game Series – 0
2004, Norfolk (6) won 2-0 over Binghamton (0)

Most Goals Both Teams, Three-Game Series – 31
1949, Cleveland (16) won 2-1 over Springfield (15)

Fewest Goals Both Teams, Three-Game Series – 9
1939, Cleveland (7) won 2-1 over Springfield (2)

Most Goals One Team, Three-Game Series – 22
1951, Pittsburgh (22) won 3-0 over Springfield (2)

Fewest Goals One Team, Three-Game Series – 2
1939, Cleveland (7) won 2-1 over Springfield (2)
1951, Pittsburgh (22) won 3-0 over Springfield (2)

Most Goals Both Teams, Four-Game Series – 43
1984, Baltimore (28) won 4-0 over Springfield (15)

Fewest Goals Both Teams, Four-Game Series – 10
2003, Manitoba (6) won 3-1 over Providence (4)

Most Goals One Team, Four-Game Series – 30
1944, Buffalo (30) won 4-0 over Cleveland (9)

Fewest Goals One Team, Four-Game Series – 2
2012, Norfolk (14) won 4-0 over St. John’s (2)

Most Goals Both Teams, Five-Game Series – 51
1996, Fredericton (26) won 3-2 over Prince Edward Island (25)

Fewest Goals Both Teams, Five-Game Series – 17
1965, Hershey (9) won 3-2 over Cleveland (8)

Most Goals One Team, Five-Game Series – 34
1989, Adirondack (34) won 4-1 over New Haven (19)

Fewest Goals One Team, Five-Game Series – 6
1962, Springfield (12) won 4-1 over Buffalo (6)
1972, Nova Scotia (28) won 4-1 over Springfield (6)
2008, Rockford (12) won 4-1 over Houston (6)

Most Goals Both Teams, Six-Game Series – 56
1986, Adirondack (28) won 4-2 over Fredericton (28)

Fewest Goals Both Teams, Six-Game Series – 20
2011, Charlotte (10) won 4-2 over W-B/Scranton (10)

Most Goals One Team, Six-Game Series – 37
1979, New Haven (37) won 4-2 over Binghamton (14)

Fewest Goals One Team, Six-Game Series – 10
1966, Rochester (19) won 4-2 over Cleveland (10)
2000, Hartford (14) won 4-2 over Rochester (10)
2006, Manitoba (15) won 4-2 over Syracuse (10)
2010, Manchester (16) won 4-2 over Worcester (10)
2011, Charlotte (10) won 4-2 over W-B/Scranton (10)
2011, W-B/Scranton (10) lost 4-2 to Charlotte (10)

Most Goals Both Teams, Seven-Game Series – 66
1981, Maine (32) won 4-3 over Springfield (34)

Fewest Goals Both Teams, Seven-Game Series – 23
2008, Philadelphia (11) won 4-3 over Albany (12)

Most Goals One Team, Seven-Game Series – 35
1946, Buffalo (35) won 4-3 over Cleveland (24)

Fewest Goals One Team, Seven-Game Series – 11
2008, Albany (12) lost 4-3 to Philadelphia (11)

Most Shutouts Played, One Playoff – 17
2004 (of 93 games played)

Most Shutouts Won, One Playoff – 6
Rochester Americans, 2000

Most Shutouts Played, One Series – 4
2008, Philadelphia Phantoms (2) vs. Albany River Rats (2)

Most Shutouts Won, One Series – 3
1947, Hershey Bears vs. Pittsburgh Hornets
2000, Rochester Americans vs. Albany River Rats

Fewest Shutouts Played, One Playoff – 0
Several times; last: 1976

Highest Scoring Shutout – 10-0
Buffalo vs. Hershey – Mar. 24, 1943 (Semifinals)
Richmond vs. Baltimore – April 6, 1974 (Quarterfinals)

Most Overtime Games, One Playoff – 27
2004 (of 93 games played)

Most Overtime Games, One Team, One Playoff – 11
Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins, 2004

Most Overtime Games Won, One Team, One Playoff – 8
Hershey Bears, 2010

Most Overtime Games, One Series – 5
2004, Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins vs. Bridgeport Sound Tigers
2008, Syracuse Crunch vs. Manitoba Moose
2011, Binghamton Senators vs. Manchester Monarchs

Most Overtime Games Won, One Team, One Series – 4
2008, Syracuse Crunch vs. Manitoba
2011, Binghamton Senators vs. Manchester

Longest Playoff Game – 142:58
Philadelphia 3 at Albany 2 – Apr. 24, 2008 (East Division Semifinals, Game 5)
Ryan Potulny scored the winning goal at 2:58 of the fifth overtime period. (Only 20-minute sudden-death periods were played.)

Most Power Play Goals, One Team, One Playoff – 35
Hershey, 1997 (23 games)

Most Shorthanded Goals, All Teams, One Playoff – 21
1993 (57 games)

Most Shorthanded Goals, One Team, One Playoff – 7
Milwaukee Admirals, 2006

Most Penalty Minutes, One Team, One Series – 323
Hershey Bears, 1995 vs. Cornwall Aces (6 games)

Most Penalty Minutes, Both Teams, One Series – 575
Cornwall Aces (252) vs. Hershey Bears (323), 1995 (6 games)

Most Penalty Minutes, One Team, One Game – 186
Hershey Bears, Apr. 21, 1995 vs. Cornwall

Most Penalty Minutes, Both Teams, One Game – 350
Hershey Bears (179) vs. Philadelphia Phantoms (171), May 3, 1997

Highest Total Attendance, One Team, One Playoff Year – 116,095
Manitoba Moose – 2009 (11 games)

Highest Average Attendance, One Team, One Playoff Year – 11,522
Philadelphia Phantoms – 1997 (6 games)

records through 2017