Longest Point Streaks in NHL History

Pittsburgh Penguins all-star center Sidney Crosby point streak ended at 25 games. During those 25 games he’s scored and impressive 26 goals, while adding 24 assists for 50 points. The point streak came to an end on December 29th against the NY Islanders.

He is still a long ways off from reaching Wayne Gretzky’s record for the longest point streak in NHL history.


# of Games Player Team Year G A PTS
51 games Wayne Gretzky Edmonton 1983-84
61
92
153
46 games Mario Lemieux Pittsburgh 1989-90
39
64
103
39 games Wayne Gretzky Edmonton 1985-86
33
75
108
30 games Wayne Gretzky Edmonton 1982-83
24
52
76
Mats Sundin Quebec 1992-93
21
25
46
28 games Guy Lefleur Montreal 1976-77
19
42
61
Wayne Gretzky Edmonton 1984-85
20
43
63
Mario Lemieux Pittsburgh 1985-86
21
38
59
Paul Coffey Edmonton 1985-86
16
39
55
Steve Yzerman Detroit 1988-89
29
36
65

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  1. #1 by Peter Scott at June 13th, 2011

    But Cosby again was selected as one of the 2011 All-Star. Along with some of his teammates and with other players from other team.

  2. #2 by Pascal Dupuis at February 21st, 2012

    Nice comment Peter ya fucking idiot.

  3. #3 by Dave Herd at May 24th, 2013

    hahaha…Peter … get a life! moron

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