|1||Jim Hrycuik||Washington Capitals||Hershey Bears (AHL)|
|2||Hugh Harvey||Kansas City Scouts||Hershey Bears (AHL)|
Hrycuik later scored the very first goal in Capitals franchise history, beating Eddie Giacomin at 5:06 of the first period in the Capitals' first regular season game against the Rangers on October 9, 1974. The Capitals lost the game 6-3, the first of 67 losses in the '74-'75 season. They went on to set a record in futility by winning only eight games that season, a low-mark that is still unsurpassed by an NHL team having played 70 or more games in a season.