OHL Individual Scoring Records (by Team)

bobby smith minnesota north stars 1979-80 o-pee-chee rookie cardOf course, Ernie Godden and Bobby Smith still, and will probably always, dominate the Ontario Hockey League’s individual single season records for goals, assists and points. What follows is the records for each current team in the OHL.

Breaking offensive records in the OHL is not completely a thing of the past. In 2012-13, Reid Boucher scored 62 goals for the Sarnia Sting to eclipse the previous mark set by Steven Stamkos. In 2013-14, each category for the Erie Otters was changed up with Dane Fox setting the new mark for goals with 64, while Connor Brown set the new standard for assists and points.

  • Records will soon be updated to reflect each team through the OHL history when possible. Meaning that Brampton Battalion records will be separate from North Bay Battalion records, Erie Otters records will be separate from Niagara Thunder, Hamilton Fincups, etc, etc, etc…

 

Team Goals
Barrie Colts 53 – Bryan Cameron (09-10)
Belleville Bulls 64 – MacLean (84-85),Rowe(00-01)
Brampton Battalion 47 – Wojtek Wolski (05-06)
Erie Otters 65 – Alex DeBrincat (16-17)
Guelph Storm 54 – Todd Bertuzzi (94-95)
Kingston Frontenacs 63 – Bernie Nicholls (80-81)
Kitchener Rangers 63 – Wayne Presley (83-84)
London Knights 72 – Dino Ciccarelli (77-78)
Mississauga Steelheads 46 – Justin Donati (05-06)
Niagara IceDogs 51 – Luca Caputi (07-08)
Oshawa Generals 81 – Tony Tanti (80-81)
Ottawa 67’s 81 – Peter Lee (75-76)
Owen Sound Attack 62 – Andrew Brunette (92-93)
Peterborough Petes 63 – Scott Tottle (83-84)
Plymouth Whalers 61 – Chad Larose (02-03)
Saginaw Spirit 47 – Josh Shalla (10-11)
Sarnia Sting 62 – Reid Boucher (12-13)
Sault Greyhounds 78 – Steve Gatzos (80-81)
Sudbury Wolves 72 – Rod Schutt (75-76)
Windsor Spitfires 87 – Ernie Godden (80-81)
Team Assists
Barrie Colts 88 – Kevin Labanc (15-16)
Belleville Bulls 90 – Dave MacLean (84-85)
Brampton Battalion 81 – Wojtek Wolski (05-06)
Erie Otters 83 – Connor Brown (13-14)
Guelph Storm 81 – Jeff O’Neill (94-95)
Kingston Frontenacs 100 – Tim Salmon (83-84)
Kitchener Rangers 84 – Jason Akeson (10-11)
London Knights 91 – Sergei Kostitsyn (06-07)
Mississauga Steelheads 63 – Justin Donati (05-06)
Niagara IceDogs 73 – Ryan Strome (10-11)
Oshawa Generals 99 – Scott McCrory (86-87)
Ottawa 67’s 123 – Bobby Smith (77-78)
Owen Sound Attack 100 – Andrew Brunette (92-93)
Peterborough Petes 90 – Mark Teevens (84-85)
Plymouth Whalers 91 – Kevin Brown (92-93)
Saginaw Spirit 62 – Jordan Skellett (09-10)
Sarnia Sting 93 – Peter Sarno (98-99)
Sault Greyhounds 119 – Mike Kaszycki (75-76)
Sudbury Wolves 92 – Ron Duguay (75-76)
Windsor Spitfires 102 – Bill Bowler (94-95)
Team Points
Barrie Colts 127 – Kevin Labanc (15-16)
Belleville Bulls 154 – Dave MacLean (84-85)
Brampton Battalion 128 – Wojtek Wolski (05-06)
Erie Otters 129 – Dylan Strome (14-15)
Guelph Storm 126 – Jeff O’Neill (93-94)
Kingston Frontenacs 152 – Bernie Nicholls (80-81)
Kitchener Rangers 143 – Dwight Foster (76-77)
London Knights 155 – Dave Simpson (81-82)
Mississauga Majors 109 – Justin Donati (05-06)
Niagara IceDogs 111 – Luca Caputi (07-08)
Oshawa Generals 150 – Tanti(80-81),McCrory(86-87)
Ottawa 67’s 192 – Bobby Smith (77-78)
Owen Sound Attack 162 – Andrew Brunette (92-93)
Peterborough Petes 136 – Mike Harding (92-93)
Plymouth Whalers 145 – Bob Wren (92-93)
Saginaw Spirit 100 – Jack Combs (07-08)
Sarnia Sting 130 – Peter Sarno (98-99)
Sault Greyhounds 182 – Wayne Gretzky (77-78)
Sudbury Wolves 150 – Mike Foligno (78-79)
Windsor Spitfires 153 – Ernie Godden (80-81)

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