ALL-TIME CLASSIC RECORDS

TEAM RECORDS

MOST SCORED GOALS

Period: 7 (3rd), Western Michigan vs. Minnesota, 1988
Game: 13, Dalhousie vs. Japan, 1984-I
Tournament (three games): 22, Dalhousie, 1984-I
Tournament (two games): 13, Western Michigan, 1988; Alaska Anchorage, 1990

MOST GOALS SCORED (COMBINED TWO TEAMS)
Period: 9 (2nd) North Dakota vs. Northeastern, 1984-I
Game: 14, Dalhousie (13) vs. Japan (1), 1984-I

MOST POWER PLAY GOALS
Period: 3 (3rd), Western Michigan vs. Minnesota, 1988
Game: 4, Western Michigan vs. Minnesota, 1988; Alaska Anchorage vs. British Columbia, 1990
Tournament (three games): 6, Alaska Anchorage, 1984-I, and Yale, 1984-II
Tournament (two games): 7, Alaska Anchorage, 1990
Tournament PP Efficiency (three games): .600 (6-for-10), Yale, 1984-II
Tournament PP Efficiency (two games): .571 (4-for-7), Maine, 1987

MOST SHORT-HANDED GOALS
Period: 1, many times
Game: 2, Rensselaer vs. Alaska Anchorage, 2005 
Tournament (three games): 1, many times
Tournament (two games): 2, Rensselaer vs. Alaska Anchorage, 2005 

MOST ASSISTS
Period: 14 (3rd), Western Michigan vs. Minnesota, 1988
Game: 17, Colorado College vs. Japan, 1984-I, and Western Michigan vs. Minnesota, 1988
Tournament (three games): 23, Colorado College, 1984-I, and Dalhousie, 1984-I
Tournament (two games): 24, Alaska Anchorage, 1990

MOST TOTAL POINTS
Period: 21 (3rd), Western Michigan vs. Minnesota, 1988
Game: 27, Colorado College vs. Japan, 1984-I
Tournament (three games): 52, Yale, 1984-II
Tournament (two games): 37, Alaska Anchorage, 1990

MOST GOALS ALLOWED
Period: 7 (3rd), Minnesota vs. Western Michigan, 1988
Game: 13, Japan vs. Dalhousie, 1984-I
Tournament (three games): 29, Japan, 1984-I
Tournament (two games): 15, Alaska Fairbanks, 1987

FEWEST GOALS ALLOWED
Tournament (three games): 8, Alaska Anchorage, 1984-I
Tournament (two games): 0, Colorado College, 2002

MOST SAVES
Period: 23 (2nd), Calgary vs. Alberta, 1984-II, and (3rd), Alaska Anchorage vs. Colorado College, 1991
Game: 57, Colorado College vs. Boston College, 1984-I
Game (combined two teams): 84, Colorado College (57) vs. Boston College (37), 1984-I
Tournament (three games): 124, Merrimack, 1984-II
Tournament (two games): 70, British Columbia, 1990

MOST SAVES AGAINST
Tournament (three games): 119 against Colorado College, 1984-I
Tournament (two games): 74 against Alaska Anchorage, 1990

MOST PENALTY MINUTES
Period: 58 (3rd), Alaska Anchorage vs Kent,
Game: 66, Alaska Anchorage vs Kent
Tournament (three games): 69, Boston College, 1984-I
Tournament (two games): 93, Alaska Anchorage, 1992

FEWEST PENALTY MINUTES
Game: 2, three teams, 1984-I
Tournament (three games): 16, Japan, 1984-I
Tournament (two games): 18, Miami, 2003

MISCELLANEOUS
Longest game: 3 hours, 25 minutes, Alaska Anchorage vs. Western Michigan, 1988
Shortest Game: 2 hours, 2 minutes, Dartmouth vs. Merrimack, 1990 Largest Attendance (session): 6,478 (sellout) Championship Session, 1999
Largest Attendance (tournament-two sessions): 12,082, 1991

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS

MOST GOALS SCORED
Period: 3 (3rd), Ron Hoover (Western Michigan) vs. Minnesota, 1988
Game: 3, Peter Glynn (Dalhousie) vs. Japan, 1984-I; Billy McDonough(Boston College) vs. British Columbia, 1984-I; Anson Carter (Michigan State) vs British Columbia, 1992
Ron Hoover (Western Michigan) vs. Minnesota, 1988; Rob Conn (Alaska Anchorage) vs. Dartmouth, 1990; Dean Holoien (British Columbia) vs. Merrimack, 1990
Tournament (three games): 5, Randy Wood (Yale), 1984-II
Tournament (two games): 3, many times

MOST ASSISTS
Period: 4 (2nd), Ken Bielski (Yale) vs. Merrimack, 1984-II; (3rd), Paul Polillo (Western Michigan) vs. Minnesota, 1988
Game: 5, Paul Polillo (Western Michigan) vs. Minnesota, 1988
Tournament (three games): 5, Kevin Argue (British Columbia), 1984-I
Tournament (two games): 5, Paul Polillo (Western Michigan), 1988; Dallas Drake (Northern Michigan), 1991

MOST TOTAL POINTS
Period: 5 (2nd), Ken Bielski (Yale) vs. Merrimack, 1984-II; (3rd), Paul Polillo (Western Michigan) vs. Minnesota, 1988
Game: 6, Paul Polillo (Western Michigan) vs. Minnesota, 1988
Tournament (three games): 8, Randy Wood (Yale), 1984-II
Tournament (two games): 7, Rob Conn (Alaska Anchorage), 1990; Dallas Drake (Northern Michigan), 1991

MOST POWER PLAY GOALS
Period: 2 (3rd), Ron Hoover (Western Michigan) vs. Minnesota, 1988
Game: 2, Ron Hoover (Western Michigan) vs. Minnesota, 1988; Dean Holoien (British Columbia) vs. Merrimack, 1990; Scott Fearns (British Columbia) vs. Alaska Anchorage, 1990; 2, Josh Lunden (Alaska Anchorage) vs. Boston University, 2007
Trent Pankewicz (Alaska Anchorage) vs. British Columbia, 1990
Tournament (three games): 2, Dennis Sorenson (Alaska Anchorage), 1984-I; Scott Schneider (Colorado College), 1984-I
Tournament (two games): 2, Ron Hoover (Western Michigan), 1988; Mark Beaufait (Northern Michigan), 1991; Ben Walter (UMass-Lowell), 2003; 2, Josh Lunden (Alaska Anchorage), 2007

MOST SHORT-HANDED GOALS
Period: 1, many times
Game: 2, Rensselaer (vs. Alaska Anchorage) 2005  
Tournament (three games): 1, many times
Tournament (two games): 2, Rensselaer (vs. Alaska Anchorage) 2005

MOST GAME-WINNING GOALS
Tournament (three games): 2, Randy Wood (Yale), 1984-I
Tournament (two games): 2, Steve Bogoyevac (Alaska Anchorage), 1990

MOST PENALTY MINUTES
Period: 25 (3rd), Jim Tobin (Alaska Anchorage) vs Kent, 1992
Game: 25, Jim Tobin (Alaska Anchorage) vs Kent, 1992
Tournament (three games): 20, Rob Doyle (Colorado College), 1984-I
Tournament (two games): 25, Jim Tobin (Alaska Anchorage), 1992.

MOST HAT TRICKS
Tournament (three game): 1, Peter Glynn (Dalhousie), 1984-II; Billy McDonough (Boston College), 1984-II; Randy Woods (Yale), 1984-II; Breen Neeser (Alberta), 1984-II; Daryl Coldwell (British Columbia), 1984-II Tournament (two games): 1, Mike Eastwood (Western Michigan), 1988; Ron Hoover (Western Michigan), 1988; Rob Conn (Alaska Anchorage), 1990; Dean Holoien (British Columbia), 1990; Anson Carter (Michigan State), 1992

MOST GOALIE SAVES
Period: 23 (2nd), Al Hyrniuk (Calgary) vs Alberta, 1984-II; (3rd) Paul Krake (Alaska Anchorage) vs Colorado College, 1991
Game: 57, Marty Wakelyn (Colorado College) vs Boston College, 1984
Tournament: (three games): 119, Al Hyrniuk (Calgary), 1984-II
Tournament: (two games): 75, Scott Shaw (Kent), 1992

HIGHEST SAVES PERCENTAGE (min. 2 games played)
Tournament (three games): .925 (62 saves, 5 goals allowed), Darren Cossar (Dalhousie), 1984-I
Tournament (two games): .981 (53 saves, 1 goal allowed), John Blue (Minnesota), 1986

LOWEST GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE (min. 2 games played)
Tournament (three games): 2.50 (5 goals allowed, 2 games), Darren Cossar (Dalhousie), 1984-I
Tournament (two games): .050 (1 goal allowed, 2 games), John Blue (Minnesota), 1986

MOST GOALIE SHUTOUTS
Tournament: (three games): none
Tournament: (two games): 1, John Blue (Minnesota), 1986; Corey Strachan (Alaska Anchorage) 1999; Greg Gardner (Niagara), 1999; Adam Berkhoel (Denver), 2001; Curtis McElhinney (Colorado College), 2002; Gian Baldrica (Colorado College), 2002; Mike Polidor (Air Force), 2003; Kevin Reiter (Alaska Anchorage), 2003; Kellen Briggs (Minnesota), 2004; Nathan Lawson (Alaska Anchorage), 2004; Joe Fallon (Vermont), 2005; Drew O'Connell (Colorado College), 2006