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NHL's Longest Playoff Games

Thursday, 05.03.2012 / 12:21 AM / News

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NHL's Longest Playoff Games

Stanley Cup playoff games that have gone past two overtimes, with date, score, round, time of overtime and game-winning goal:

March 24, 1936 - Detroit 1, Montreal Maroons 0, semifinal, 116 minutes, 30 seconds, Mud Bruneteau.

April 3, 1933 - Toronto 1, Boston 0, semifinal, 104:46, Ken Doraty.

May 4, 2000 - Philadelphia 2, Pittsburgh 1, conference semifinal, 92:01, Keith Primeau.

April 24, 2003 - Anaheim 4, Dallas 3, conference semifinal, 80:48, Petr Sykora.

April 24, 1996 - Pittsburgh 3, Washington 2, conference quarterfinal, 79:15, Petr Nedved.

April 11, 2007 - Vancouver 5, Dallas 4, conference quarterfinal, 78:06, Henrik Sedin.

March 23, 1943 - Toronto 3, Detroit 2, semifinal, 70:18, Jack McLean.

May 4, 2008 - Dallas 2, San Jose 1, conference semifinal, 69:03, Brenden Morrow.

March 28, 1930 - Montreal Canadiens 2, N.Y. Rangers 1, semifinal, 68:52, Gus Rivers.

April 18, 1987 - N.Y. Islanders 3, Washington 2, division semifinal, 68:47, Pat LaFontaine.

April 27, 1994 - Buffalo 1, New Jersey 0, conference quarterfinal, 65:43, Dave Hannan.

March 27, 1951 - Montreal Canadiens 3, Detroit 2, semifinal, 61:09, Maurice Richard.

March 27, 1938 - N.Y. Americans 3, N.Y. Rangers 2, quarterfinal, 60:40, Lorne Carr.

March 26, 1932 - N.Y. Rangers 4, Montreal Canadiens 3, semifinal, 59:32, Fred Cook.

March 21, 1939 - Boston 2, N.Y. Rangers 1, semifinal, 59:25, Mel Hill.

April 27, 1999 - Dallas 3, Edmonton 2, conference quarterfinal, 57:34, Joe Nieuwendyk.

May 15, 1990 - Edmonton 3, Boston 2, final, 55:13, Petr Klima.

x-June 19, 1999 - Dallas 2, Buffalo 1, final, 54:51, Brett Hull.

June 8, 2002 - Detroit 3, Carolina 2, final, 54:47, Igor Larionov.

May 2, 2012 - N.Y. Rangers 2, Washington 1, conference semifinal, 54:41, Marian Gaborik.

April 16, 2003 - Philadelphia 3, Toronto 2, quarterfinal, 53:54, Mark Recchi.

April 9, 1931 - Chicago 3, Montreal Canadiens 2, final, 53:50, Cy Wentworth.

March 26, 1961 - Chicago 2, Montreal Canadiens 1, semifinal, 52:12, Murray Balfour.

April 1, 1937 - Detroit 2, Montreal Canadiens 1, semifinal, 51:49, Hec Kilrea.

March 26, 1930 - Montreal Canadiens 3, Chicago 2, quarterfinal, 51:43, Howie Morenz.

May 2, 2003 - New Jersey 2, Tampa Bay 1, conference semifinal, 51:12, Grant Marshall.

April 23, 1996 - Chicago 2, Calgary 1, conference quarterfinal, 50:02, Joe Murphy.

June 2, 2008 - Pittsburgh 4, Detroit 3, final, 49:57, Petr Sykora.

April 2, 1939 - Boston 2, N.Y. Rangers 1, semifinal, 48:00, Mel Hill.

April 24, 1997 - Montreal Canadiens 4, New Jersey 3, conference quarterfinal, 47:37, Patrice Brisebois.

April 22, 2010 - Ottawa 4, Pittsburgh 3, conference quarterfinal, 47:06, Matt Carkner.

June 8, 2000 - Dallas 1, New Jersey 0, final, 46:21, Mike Modano.

March 20, 1930 - Boston 2, Montreal Maroons 1, 45:35, semifinal, Harry Oliver.

March 22, 1949 - Detroit 2, Montreal Canadiens 1, semifinal, 44:52, Max McNab.

x-June 10, 1996 - Colorado 1, Florida 0, Stanley Cup winner, 44:31, Uwe Krupp.

May 4, 2002 - Toronto 3, Ottawa, 2, conference semifinal, 44:30, Gary Roberts.

April 20, 2003 - Tampa Bay 2, Washington 1, conference quarterfinal, 44:03, Martin St. Louis.

April 10, 2003 - Anaheim 2, Detroit 1, conference quarterfinal, 43:18, Paul Kariya.

March 27, 1960 - Toronto 5, Detroit 4, semifinal, 43:00, Frank Mahovlich.

April 17, 2004 - Vancouver 5, Calgary 4, conference quarterfinal, 42:28, Brendan Morrison.

May 10, 2006 - Edmonton 3, San Jose 2, conference semifinal, 42:24, Shawn Horcoff.

March 29, 1951 - Montreal Canadiens 1, Detroit 0, semifinal, 42:20, Maurice Richard.

May 4, 1997 - Detroit 3, Anaheim 2, conference semifinal, 41:31, Slava Kozlov.

April 29, 1971 - N.Y. Rangers 3, Chicago 2, semifinal, 41:29, Pete Stemkowski.

May 3, 2009 - Anaheim 4, Detroit 3, conference semifinal, 41:15, Todd Marchant.

x-goal won Stanley Cup.

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