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List of NHL Players With 50 Goal Seasons
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Alexander Ovechkin reached 50 goals for the seventh time in his career in 2015-16.

Scoring 50 goals in one season is one of the most celebrated individual achievements in the National Hockey League (NHL).[1] In 1944-45, Maurice Richard became the first player to score 50 goals in a season. Bernie Geoffrion became the second player to reach the milestone 16 years later in 1960-61. Fifty-goal seasons increased in frequency during the 1970s and 1980s as offense increased across the league. By 1980, it had been reached 24 times in NHL history; the plateau was reached 76 times in the 1980s alone.

Wayne Gretzky scored his 50th goal in his 39th game in 1981-82, the fastest any player has done so. He also shares the record for most 50-goal seasons with Mike Bossy, each having reached the milestone nine times in their careers. A record fourteen players exceeded 50 goals in 1992-93, after which offence declined across the league, and with it the number of players to reach the total. For the first time in 29 years, no player scored 50 goals in 1998-99. Ninety-one unique players have scored 50 goals in any one NHL season, doing so a combined 186 times.

History

Joe Malone scored 44 goals for the Montreal Canadiens in the NHL's inaugural season of 1917-18--a season with a twenty-game schedule. It was a record that stood nearly 30 years.[2] The introduction of the centre red line and permission of forward passing out of the defensive zone in 1943 increased scoring;[3] six players scored 30 goals in 1943-44, the first time in league history so many players reached that total in one season.[4]Maurice Richard averaged a goal per game for Montreal in 1944-45 and surpassed Malone's record late in the season.[5] He was as obsessed with reaching the 50-goal mark as his opponents were with preventing it. Richard faced opponents who repeatedly elbowed, hooked and held him in an effort to prevent him from reaching 50.[2] As a result, he scored only seven goals in his final 13 games.[6] Richard scored his 50th goal, in 50 games, in the third period of Montreal's final game of the season against the Boston Bruins.[7] The league introduced the Maurice "Rocket" Richard Trophy in his honour in 1999, and the Canadiens donated the physical trophy.[8]

Richard's mark stood untouched for 16 seasons until Bernie Geoffrion became the second player to score 50 goals in 1960-61, also for Montreal, doing so in his 62nd game of the season (and the Canadiens' 68th).[1] Early in the 1960s, Chicago Black Hawks teammates Stan Mikita and Bobby Hull began experimenting with curved blades, noticing that different bends made shots more unpredictable for goaltenders. Mikita led the NHL in scoring four times using a curved blade,[9] while Hull became the third player in NHL history to score 50 goals in 1961-62. It was the first of five times he would reach the milestone.[10]

While playing for Boston in the 1970s, Phil Esposito scored 50 goals in five consecutive seasons, led by a then-NHL record 76 goals in 1970-71.[11] By 1980, 24 players had reached the mark.[12]Mike Bossy of the New York Islanders joined Richard as the second man in NHL history to score 50 goals in 50 games in 1980-81. He did so by scoring two goals in the final five minutes of the Islanders' 50th game.[12] Bossy, who had set a league rookie-scoring record with 53 goals in 1977-78, surpassed the 50-goal mark in each of his first nine NHL seasons.[13] The 1980s represented one of the highest scoring eras in NHL history:[14] on 76 occasions, a player scored 50 goals in a season.[1]Wayne Gretzky was responsible for nine of those occasions, including his league-record 92 goals in 1981-82.[15] In that season, Gretzky scored five goals in his 39th game of the season to total 50, bettering Richard and Bossy by 11 games as the fastest to reach the mark.[16]

A record 14 players scored 50 goals in 1992-93.[17] Among them was Teemu Selanne, who scored 76 goals as a rookie, surpassing Bossy's record for first-year players by 23 goals.[18]Brett Hull, son of Bobby, scored over 50 goals five times in the 1990s,[19] equalling his father's totals in the 1960s. As teams shifted their focus to defensive play rather than offensive, scoring rapidly declined in the late 1990s.[20] No player scored 50 in 1998-99, the first time that had happened in 29 years, excluding the lockout-shortened 1994-95 NHL season.[21]

Only five players reached the 50-goal mark between 1999 and 2004: Pavel Bure, Joe Sakic, Jaromir Jagr, Jarome Iginla, and Milan Hejduk. Following the 2004-05 lockout that cancelled the season, the league introduced numerous rule changes designed to increase scoring.[20] Five players scored 50 in 2005-06; however, the number of players reaching 50 goals has decreased since. Alexander Ovechkin was the only player to do so in 2008-09.[22] Ovechkin scored 50 goals for the fourth time in his career in 2009-10. He was one of three players to reach the mark, joined by Steven Stamkos and Sidney Crosby.[23] Ovechkin alone reached the mark again in 2013-14, 2014-15, and 2015-16.

Players

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Maurice "Rocket" Richard was the NHL's first 50-goal scorer.
A amazing scorer with 4 Stanley Cups.
Mike Bossy had a record nine consecutive 50-goal seasons.
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Wayne Gretzky had nine 50-goal seasons in his career, a record shared with Bossy. Gretzky has the top two goal-scoring seasons, with 92 in 1981-82 and 87 in 1983-84.
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Mario Lemieux had six seasons with 50 or more goals, peaking at 85 in 1988-89.
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Jarome Iginla has had two 50-goal seasons: 2001-02 and 2007-08.
A brown haired hockey player in a white and black uniform with the wordmark "Ducks" across his chest skates as he looks into the distance.
Teemu Selanne set an NHL rookie record with 76 goals in 1992-93.
Håkan Loob became the first Swede to score 50 goals in one season in 1987-88.
A hockey player in a blue, red and white uniform looks into the distance as he makes a turn while skating.
Sergei Fedorov scored 56 goals in 1993-94.
A hockey player with short, brown hair looks to his left as he skates. He is in a white and burgundy uniform with a stylized A logo on his chest.
Joe Sakic reached the mark twice.
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Pavel Bure topped 50 goals with both Vancouver and Florida.
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Jonathan Cheechoo led the NHL with 56 goals in 2005-06.
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Dany Heatley topped 50 goals twice with the Ottawa Senators.
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Vincent Lecavalier scored 52 goals in 2006-07.
Key
 *  Player is active in the NHL in 2016-17
(#) Denotes the number of times a player with multiple 50-goal seasons reached that total
Season Player Team GP G Ref
1944-45 Maurice Richard Montreal Canadiens 50 50 [7]
1960-61 Bernie Geoffrion Montreal Canadiens 64 50 [1]
1961-62 Bobby Hull (1) Chicago Black Hawks 70 50 [10]
1965-66 Bobby Hull (2) Chicago Black Hawks 65 54 [10]
1966-67 Bobby Hull (3) Chicago Black Hawks 66 52 [10]
1968-69 Bobby Hull (4) Chicago Black Hawks 74 58 [10]
1970-71 Phil Esposito (1) Boston Bruins 78 76 [11]
1970-71 Johnny Bucyk Boston Bruins 78 51 [1]
1971-72 Phil Esposito (2) Boston Bruins 76 66 [11]
1971-72 Vic Hadfield New York Rangers 78 50 [24]
1971-72 Bobby Hull (5) Chicago Black Hawks 78 50 [10]
1972-73 Phil Esposito (3) Boston Bruins 78 55 [11]
1972-73 Mickey Redmond (1) Detroit Red Wings 76 52 [25]
1972-73 Rick MacLeish Philadelphia Flyers 78 50 [26]
1973-74 Phil Esposito (4) Boston Bruins 78 68 [11]
1973-74 Rick Martin (1) Buffalo Sabres 78 52 [27]
1973-74 Mickey Redmond (2) Detroit Red Wings 76 51 [25]
1973-74 Ken Hodge Boston Bruins 76 50 [28]
1974-75 Phil Esposito (5) Boston Bruins 79 61 [11]
1974-75 Guy Lafleur (1) Montreal Canadiens 70 53 [29]
1974-75 Rick Martin (2) Buffalo Sabres 68 52 [27]
1974-75 Danny Grant Detroit Red Wings 80 50 [24]
1975-76 Reggie Leach (1) Philadelphia Flyers 80 61 [30]
1975-76 Guy Lafleur (2) Montreal Canadiens 80 56 [29]
1975-76 Pierre Larouche (1) Pittsburgh Penguins 76 53 [1]
1975-76 Jean Pronovost Pittsburgh Penguins 80 52 [31]
1975-76 Danny Gare (1) Buffalo Sabres 79 50 [32]
1975-76 Bill Barber Philadelphia Flyers 80 50 [33]
1976-77 Steve Shutt Montreal Canadiens 80 60 [34]
1976-77 Guy Lafleur (3) Montreal Canadiens 80 56 [29]
1976-77 Marcel Dionne (1) Los Angeles Kings 80 53 [35]
1977-78 Guy Lafleur (4) Montreal Canadiens 78 60 [29]
1977-78 Mike Bossy (1) New York Islanders 73 53 [13]
1978-79 Mike Bossy (2) New York Islanders 80 69 [13]
1978-79 Marcel Dionne (2) Los Angeles Kings 80 59 [35]
1978-79 Guy Lafleur (5) Montreal Canadiens 80 52 [29]
1978-79 Guy Chouinard Atlanta Flames 80 50 [24]
1979-80 Charlie Simmer (1) Los Angeles Kings 64 56 [36]
1979-80 Danny Gare (2) Buffalo Sabres 76 56 [32]
1979-80 Blaine Stoughton (1) Hartford Whalers 80 56 [37]
1979-80 Marcel Dionne (3) Los Angeles Kings 80 53 [35]
1979-80 Mike Bossy (3) New York Islanders 75 51 [13]
1979-80 Wayne Gretzky (1) Edmonton Oilers 79 51 [38]
1979-80 Pierre Larouche (2) Montreal Canadiens 73 50 [1]
1979-80 Guy Lafleur (6) Montreal Canadiens 74 50 [29]
1979-80 Reggie Leach (2) Philadelphia Flyers 76 50 [30]
1980-81 Mike Bossy (4) New York Islanders 79 68 [13]
1980-81 Marcel Dionne (4) Los Angeles Kings 80 58 [35]
1980-81 Charlie Simmer (2) Los Angeles Kings 65 56 [36]
1980-81 Wayne Gretzky (2) Edmonton Oilers 80 55 [38]
1980-81 Rick Kehoe Pittsburgh Penguins 80 55 [24]
1980-81 Wayne Babych St. Louis Blues 78 54 [24]
1980-81 Jacques Richard Quebec Nordiques 78 52 [24]
1980-81 Dennis Maruk (1) Washington Capitals 80 50 [39]
1981-82 Wayne Gretzky (3) Edmonton Oilers 80 92 [38]
1981-82 Mike Bossy (5) New York Islanders 80 64 [13]
1981-82 Dennis Maruk (2) Washington Capitals 80 60 [39]
1981-82 Dino Ciccarelli (1) Minnesota North Stars 76 55 [40]
1981-82 Rick Vaive (1) Toronto Maple Leafs 77 54 [41]
1981-82 Blaine Stoughton (2) Hartford Whalers 80 52 [37]
1981-82 Rick Middleton Boston Bruins 75 51 [42]
1981-82 Marcel Dionne (5) Los Angeles Kings 78 50 [35]
1981-82 Mark Messier Edmonton Oilers 78 50 [43]
1981-82 Bryan Trottier New York Islanders 80 50 [44]
1982-83 Wayne Gretzky (4) Edmonton Oilers 80 71 [38]
1982-83 Lanny McDonald Calgary Flames 80 66 [45]
1982-83 Mike Bossy (6) New York Islanders 79 60 [13]
1982-83 Michel Goulet (1) Quebec Nordiques 80 57 [46]
1982-83 Marcel Dionne (6) Los Angeles Kings 80 56 [35]
1982-83 Al Secord Chicago Black Hawks 80 54 [47]
1982-83 Rick Vaive (2) Toronto Maple Leafs 78 51 [41]
1983-84 Wayne Gretzky (5) Edmonton Oilers 74 87 [38]
1983-84 Michel Goulet (2) Quebec Nordiques 75 56 [46]
1983-84 Tim Kerr (1) Philadelphia Flyers 79 54 [48]
1983-84 Glenn Anderson (1) Edmonton Oilers 80 54 [49]
1983-84 Jari Kurri (1) Edmonton Oilers 64 52 [50]
1983-84 Rick Vaive (3) Toronto Maple Leafs 76 52 [41]
1983-84 Mike Bossy (7) New York Islanders 67 51 [13]
1983-84 Mike Bullard Pittsburgh Penguins 76 51 [51]
1984-85 Wayne Gretzky (6) Edmonton Oilers 80 73 [38]
1984-85 Jari Kurri (2) Edmonton Oilers 73 71 [50]
1984-85 Mike Bossy (8) New York Islanders 76 58 [13]
1984-85 Michel Goulet (3) Quebec Nordiques 69 55 [46]
1984-85 John Ogrodnick Detroit Red Wings 79 55 [52]
1984-85 Tim Kerr (2) Philadelphia Flyers 74 54 [48]
1984-85 Bobby Carpenter Washington Capitals 80 53 [53]
1984-85 Dale Hawerchuk Winnipeg Jets 80 53 [54]
1984-85 Mike Gartner Washington Capitals 80 50 [55]
1985-86 Jari Kurri (3) Edmonton Oilers 78 68 [50]
1985-86 Mike Bossy (9) New York Islanders 80 61 [13]
1985-86 Tim Kerr (3) Philadelphia Flyers 76 58 [48]
1985-86 Glenn Anderson (2) Edmonton Oilers 72 54 [49]
1985-86 Michel Goulet (4) Quebec Nordiques 75 53 [46]
1985-86 Wayne Gretzky (7) Edmonton Oilers 80 52 [38]
1986-87 Wayne Gretzky (8) Edmonton Oilers 79 62 [38]
1986-87 Tim Kerr (4) Philadelphia Flyers 75 58 [48]
1986-87 Mario Lemieux (1) Pittsburgh Penguins 63 54 [56]
1986-87 Jari Kurri (4) Edmonton Oilers 79 54 [50]
1986-87 Dino Ciccarelli (2) Minnesota North Stars 80 52 [40]
1987-88 Mario Lemieux (2) Pittsburgh Penguins 77 70 [56]
1987-88 Craig Simpson Pittsburgh Penguins/Edmonton Oilers 80 56 [57]
1987-88 Jimmy Carson Los Angeles Kings 80 55 [58]
1987-88 Luc Robitaille (1) Los Angeles Kings 80 53 [59]
1987-88 Joe Nieuwendyk (1) Calgary Flames 75 51 [60]
1987-88 Steve Yzerman (1) Detroit Red Wings 64 50 [61]
1987-88 Stephane Richer (1) Montreal Canadiens 72 50 [62]
1987-88 Hakan Loob Calgary Flames 80 50 [24]
1988-89 Mario Lemieux (3) Pittsburgh Penguins 76 85 [56]
1988-89 Bernie Nicholls Los Angeles Kings 79 70 [63]
1988-89 Steve Yzerman (2) Detroit Red Wings 80 65 [61]
1988-89 Wayne Gretzky (9) Los Angeles Kings 78 54 [38]
1988-89 Joe Nieuwendyk (2) Calgary Flames 77 51 [60]
1988-89 Joe Mullen Calgary Flames 79 51 [64]
1989-90 Brett Hull (1) St. Louis Blues 80 72 [19]
1989-90 Steve Yzerman (3) Detroit Red Wings 79 62 [61]
1989-90 Cam Neely (1) Boston Bruins 76 55 [65]
1989-90 Brian Bellows Minnesota North Stars 80 55 [66]
1989-90 Pat LaFontaine (1) New York Islanders 74 54 [67]
1989-90 Luc Robitaille (2) Los Angeles Kings 80 52 [59]
1989-90 Stephane Richer (2) Montreal Canadiens 75 51 [62]
1989-90 Gary Leeman Toronto Maple Leafs 80 51 [24]
1990-91 Brett Hull (2) St. Louis Blues 78 86 [19]
1990-91 Cam Neely (2) Boston Bruins 69 51 [65]
1990-91 Theoren Fleury Calgary Flames 79 51 [68]
1990-91 Steve Yzerman (4) Detroit Red Wings 80 51 [61]
1991-92 Brett Hull (3) St. Louis Blues 73 70 [19]
1991-92 Kevin Stevens (1) Pittsburgh Penguins 80 54 [69]
1991-92 Gary Roberts Calgary Flames 76 53 [24]
1991-92 Jeremy Roenick (1) Chicago Blackhawks 80 53 [70]
1992-93 Alexander Mogilny (1) Buffalo Sabres 77 76 [71]
1992-93 Teemu Selanne (1) Winnipeg Jets 84 76 [18]
1992-93 Mario Lemieux (4) Pittsburgh Penguins 60 69 [56]
1992-93 Luc Robitaille (3) Los Angeles Kings 84 63 [59]
1992-93 Pavel Bure (1) Vancouver Canucks 83 60 [72]
1992-93 Pierre Turgeon New York Islanders 83 58 [73]
1992-93 Steve Yzerman (5) Detroit Red Wings 84 58 [61]
1992-93 Kevin Stevens (2) Pittsburgh Penguins 72 55 [69]
1992-93 Brett Hull (4) St. Louis Blues 80 54 [19]
1992-93 Dave Andreychuk (1) Buffalo Sabres/Toronto Maple Leafs 83 54 [74]
1992-93 Pat LaFontaine (2) Buffalo Sabres 84 53 [67]
1992-93 Mark Recchi Philadelphia Flyers 84 53 [75]
1992-93 Brendan Shanahan (1) St. Louis Blues 71 51 [76]
1992-93 Jeremy Roenick (2) Chicago Blackhawks 84 50 [70]
1993-94 Pavel Bure (2) Vancouver Canucks 76 60 [72]
1993-94 Brett Hull (5) St. Louis Blues 81 57 [19]
1993-94 Sergei Fedorov Detroit Red Wings 82 56 [77]
1993-94 Dave Andreychuk (2) Toronto Maple Leafs 83 53 [74]
1993-94 Brendan Shanahan (2) St. Louis Blues 81 52 [76]
1993-94 Ray Sheppard Detroit Red Wings 82 52 [78]
1993-94 Adam Graves New York Rangers 84 52 [24]
1993-94 Cam Neely (3) Boston Bruins 49 50 [65]
1993-94 Mike Modano Dallas Stars 76 50 [79]
1995-96 Mario Lemieux (5) Pittsburgh Penguins 70 69 [56]
1995-96 Jaromir Jagr* (1) Pittsburgh Penguins 82 62 [80]
1995-96 Alexander Mogilny (2) Vancouver Canucks 79 55 [71]
1995-96 Peter Bondra (1) Washington Capitals 67 52 [81]
1995-96 John LeClair (1) Philadelphia Flyers 82 51 [82]
1995-96 Joe Sakic (1) Colorado Avalanche 82 51 [83]
1995-96 Keith Tkachuk (1) Winnipeg Jets 76 50 [84]
1995-96 Paul Kariya Mighty Ducks of Anaheim 82 50 [85]
1996-97 Keith Tkachuk (2) Phoenix Coyotes 81 52 [84]
1996-97 Teemu Selanne (2) Mighty Ducks of Anaheim 78 51 [18]
1996-97 Mario Lemieux (6) Pittsburgh Penguins 76 50 [56]
1996-97 John LeClair (2) Philadelphia Flyers 82 50 [82]
1997-98 Teemu Selanne (3) Mighty Ducks of Anaheim 73 52 [18]
1997-98 Peter Bondra (2) Washington Capitals 76 52 [81]
1997-98 Pavel Bure (3) Vancouver Canucks 82 51 [72]
1997-98 John LeClair (3) Philadelphia Flyers 82 51 [82]
1999-2000 Pavel Bure (4) Florida Panthers 74 58 [72]
2000-01 Pavel Bure (5) Florida Panthers 82 59 [72]
2000-01 Joe Sakic (2) Colorado Avalanche 82 54 [83]
2000-01 Jaromir Jagr* (2) Pittsburgh Penguins 81 52 [80]
2001-02 Jarome Iginla* (1) Calgary Flames 82 52 [86]
2002-03 Milan Hejduk Colorado Avalanche 82 50 [87]
2005-06 Jonathan Cheechoo San Jose Sharks 82 56 [88]
2005-06 Jaromir Jagr* (3) New York Rangers 82 54 [80]
2005-06 Ilya Kovalchuk (1) Atlanta Thrashers 78 52 [89]
2005-06 Alexander Ovechkin* (1) Washington Capitals 81 52 [90]
2005-06 Dany Heatley* (1) Ottawa Senators 82 50 [91]
2006-07 Vincent Lecavalier* Tampa Bay Lightning 82 52 [92]
2006-07 Dany Heatley* (2) Ottawa Senators 82 50 [91]
2007-08 Alexander Ovechkin* (2) Washington Capitals 82 65 [90]
2007-08 Ilya Kovalchuk (2) Atlanta Thrashers 79 52 [89]
2007-08 Jarome Iginla* (2) Calgary Flames 82 50 [86]
2008-09 Alexander Ovechkin* (3) Washington Capitals 79 56 [90]
2009-10 Sidney Crosby* Pittsburgh Penguins 81 51 [93]
2009-10 Steven Stamkos* (1) Tampa Bay Lightning 82 51 [94]
2009-10 Alexander Ovechkin* (4) Washington Capitals 72 50 [90]
2010-11 Corey Perry* Anaheim Ducks 82 50 [95]
2011-12 Steven Stamkos* (2) Tampa Bay Lightning 82 60 [94]
2011-12 Evgeni Malkin* Pittsburgh Penguins 75 50 [96]
2013-14 Alexander Ovechkin* (5) Washington Capitals 78 51 [90]
2014-15 Alexander Ovechkin* (6) Washington Capitals 81 53 [90]
2015-16 Alexander Ovechkin* (7) Washington Capitals 79 50 [90]

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