Here are a list of records that are very unlikely to ever be broken. And I'm going to name the one that I think will be the hardest to ever break. Doug Jarvis' Ironman streak 914 games (the right amount right?). The onl reason this ever ended was cause he retired. Too many guys are oft-injured this one will be hard to break. Gretzky's 50 goals in 39 games. He may be the most proud of this one but this isnt as invincible as it looks. A player DOES have to have a perfect first half of the seaosn that's true, but get a guy like a Nash or a Kovalchuk and give them a hot start and you could be looking at them being close. Still this is a otugh pace to maintain and sice last year the league lead in goal was 41 it'll stand for a good time. Potential guys to break it are Kovalchuk, Nash, Iginla, Crosby in the future. Gretzky's 215 points. This is about 2.6 points per game. That'll be really hard you have to have the right teammates and really be on an offensive team. Martin St. Louis had 94 points last year. To me very few guys could ever come close to this. It has to be a guy who can pass and score. Gretzky's 92 goals. Again this will be hard, but a big sniper like Kovalchuk could hit it if the game opens up. He may be a 50-60 goal man anyways but a big season could make him close. Still if anyone halfway throught the year is at 40, he'll be hounded so much by the media he'll likely choke. Gordie Howe's 20 straight seasons of Top 5 scoring. From '49 to '69 he was always right up there. No one will ever do that. Gretzky was the closest at 13 years, but durability is a key and Mr. Howe was always durable. Mario Lemieux's 5 goals in a game 5 different ways (PP, SH, EN, ES, PS). The only five ways you can score. This wasn't planned by Lemieux but even if anyone had the oppurtunity they have to be pretty special to do this. Darryl Sittler's 10 points in a game. Even in the most offensive era in the 80s Gretzky never did this with the high flying Oilers. Its hard to imagine this ever touched. Adam Deadmarsh a few years back had 5 points midway through the game and that's what he ended up with. Sittler did this on an average Leaf team in 1976. Montreal Canadiens 10 striaght OT goals 1993. This was a magical run to the Stanley Cup. Anaheim had 7 in '03 and the Isles had went 11/13 in their Cup run years, but this is going to be hard to beat. Here are my two records that will NEVER EVER be beaten! Henri Richards 11 Cups. Yeah it may not be fair cause part of his career he was in the Original Six but this gives it more reason to never be broken. Messier and Trottier both had 6 as did Anderson so it is possible to have guys nowadays run up a bunch of Cups. Roy had 4 as well. But Richard will take this record to his great grandson's grave. Gretzky's 163 assists. This wont be broken in our lifetime. Only Orr (102) and Lemieux (114) have ever had 100 in a season. St. Louis had 94 points! In '96 Francis and Lemieux had 92, Forsberg had 86. But since then no one ha been close to those numbers even. Oates had 97 at one time, and I'm not sure if there's ever been a better passer than Wayne of all time. Thornton is the only one in the league that can reach 80-90. And Crosby hitting 102 in his draft year might be an omen but 163 is long ways away. Only Lemieux has ever had that many POINTS!