Another NHL Record Has Been Broken By Connor Bedard

Published November 1, 2023 at 10:37

All eyes have been on Connor Bedard to start the season, and he hasn't disappointed, breaking yet another record last night.

Bedard Breaks NHL Record Against Coyotes

Connor Bedard got the Blackhawks started last night against the Arizona Coyotes, scoring on a beautiful pass from fellow Blackhawks' rookie Kevin Korchinski. The goal came within 30 seconds of the opening frame, which made Bedard the youngest player in NHL history to score within 30 seconds of an NHL game.


While the goal didn't kickstart the Blackhawks for the rest of the game, as they lost an 8-1 doozy, it will likely be one that Bedard remembers for some time.

Connor Bedard is the youngest player in NHL history (18-105) with a goal in the first 30 seconds of a game.

Bedard Off To Strong Start to the Year and Has Records Under His Belt Already

Bedard has lived up to expectations, despite how incredibly high they were. He has 4 goals and 2 assists in 9 games played, which any 18-year-old should be proud of. He even had another goal that was taken away after an offside review.

Goal was overturned but Bedard hitting the Patty Kane after scoring was pretty sick

Bedard has also already broken an NHL record, being the youngest player to score twice against the previous year's Cup winner.

Connor Bedard scored his second goal in as many meetings against the defending #StanleyCup champions – a feat never before achieved by an 18-year-old.

As seen on House of Hockey - "Connor Bedard Breaks His Second NHL Record"
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Another NHL Record Has Been Broken By Connor Bedard

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