100 Points in a game, 749 Complete Games, and 2857 Career Points: Unbreakable Sports Records

100 Points in a game, 749 Complete Games, and 2857 Career Points: Unbreakable Sports Records

There's an old saying that goes, "Records are meant to be broken". To a certain extent, that is true. It seems like almost every year, numerous records in numerous sports are broken. However, some records are so incredible, it'd be fair to say that they will likely never be broken. Have you done any of my other sports quizzes? What was your best score? Let's see if YOU can set a new record of your own! Game on!

What former MLB player once hit .406 during a season?

What two NHL teams combined for 2 goals only 2 seconds apart?

What NBA team won 8 consecutive championships from 1959 to 1966?

What former MLB player stole 1406 bases during his career?

What former NHL player once scored over 40 goals in a season 12 years in a row?

What former NHL player scored a goal 5 different ways during a single game?

What former MLB player once had a hit in 56 consecutive games?

What NBA player once played 88 games in a single season?

What former MLB batter only struck out 3 times in a single season? Note: He had 576 plate appearances.

What former NHL player accumulated 472 penalty minutes during a single season?

What former cyclist won 7 consecutive Tour de France titles?

What former MLB pitcher had 749 complete games?

What former MLB player played in 2632 consecutive games during his career?

What former NHL player had 3966 career penalty minutes?

What former NHL goalie had 172 ties during his career?

What former NHL quarterback once threw 8 interceptions in a single game?

What former NHL player accumulated 2857 points during this career?

What former NFL player once scored 29 points in a single quarter?

What is the most 'Quadruple Doubles' recorded during an NBA season?

What player averaged playing 48.5 minutes per game during an entire NBA season?

What NBA player once went 0 for 20 at the free throw line in a single game?

What NBA player once had 7 fouls in a single game?

What former MLB catcher once threw out 89 baserunners during a single season?

What former NBA player AVERAGED 50.4 points per game during the 1962 season?

What former NHL goalie played in 502 consecutive games?

100 Points in a game, 749 Complete Games, and 2857 Career Points: Unbreakable Sports Records

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Dave Morrissey

Dave is an accomplished economics instructor with over two decades of experience in the prestigious International Baccalaureate program. His students have consistently ranked in the top 10% annually, and one year they achieved the highest overall class average in the world. This outstanding achievement led a UK publisher to request that he write a textbook, an offer he declined in favor of creating sports quizzes, which he found more engaging.

In addition to his teaching career, Dave is also a former high school football coach, having won a couple of local championships. While he wishes he had won more, he continues to be deeply involved in football as a scout, recruiter, and social media creator for a university football team.

Dave's passions extend beyond the classroom and football field. He is an avid fan of live music and international travel, often combining these interests. He has traveled to Spain, England, Iceland, and Chile to see bands perform. His greatest pride and joy is his daughter, who has recently excelled in powerlifting. In just a few years, she has become the Canadian record holder for the bench press in her weight class and finished second overall in the combined national event (bench, deadlift, and squat) in Moose Jaw in March 2024. She will be representing Canada at the World Bench Competition in Austin, Texas, in May 2024.

A die-hard fan of the Las Vegas Raiders, Dave has experienced his share of sports heartache, having seen them play in seven NFL cities with six losses. His all-time favorite athlete is Don Mattingly, reflecting his deep love for sports that spans many arenas.