Franchise Record Book Updated Through 2017-18 Season

Larry Brunt

The Chiefs’ record book has been updated through the 2017-18 season!

Notable changes and additions this year:

  • The Chiefs are 12 regular season wins away from 1,200 as a franchise and will play their 2,400th game next season.
  • The 22-point jump (66 to 88) in their record from 2016-17 to 2017-18 marks the biggest year-to-year improvement since they jumped 27 points (80 to 107) between 2006-07 and 2007-08.
  • Their 10-win February was the most wins in a single month since January 2012.
  • The Chiefs’ 903 penalty minutes during the 2017-18 campaign was an all-time low.
  • Milos Fafrak entered the book with the all-time record for fastest two goals by a Chief, scoring two in 14 seconds on Dec. 9, 2017 versus Seattle. Forward Derek Ryan previously held the record (2006).
  • Ty Smith set the franchise record for most points in a single game by a defenseman with seven (2G-5A) versus Prince George on Feb. 23, 2018. The previous record of six points had stood since 1986. The same game tied the record for most assists in a game by a defenseman, most recently reached by Brad Ference in 1988.
  • Jaret Anderson-Dolan reached 40 goals, marking the 28th time in franchise history a player has done so.
  • Smith’s 73 points rank 6th in franchise history in scoring by a defenseman in a single season. His 59 assists rank third.
  • Luke Toporowski’s 23 points rank 16th in scoring by a 16-year-old rookie.
  • New positions on the franchise’s all-time (regular season) games played list:
    • Tyson Helgesen ranks 27th with 263.
    • Hudson Elynuik ranks 38th with 245.
    • Kailer Yamamoto ranks 44th with 230.
    • Ethan McIndoe ranks 62nd with 200.
    • Jaret Anderson-Dolan ranks 68th with 193.
    • Jeff Faith ranks 92nd with 167.
    • Dropping out of the Top 100: Mike Haley (161), Brad Ference (157), Adam Magarrell (156) and Jacob Cardiff (156).
  • Head Coach Dan Lambert ranks t-9th in games coached (72), 8th in wins (41) and 2nd in win percentage (.611) after one season behind the bench.

To view the full record book, click here.

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