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Individual All Time Career Records (1918 - 2011)

MOST YEARS IN PLAYOFFS:
24 - Chris Chelios, Montreal, Chicago, Detroit (1984-97 incl.; 99-04 incl.; 06-09 incl.)
21 - Ray Bourque, Boston, Colorado (1980-96 incl.; 98-01 incl.)
20 - Gordie Howe, Detroit, Hartford
20 - Larry Robinson, Montreal, Los Angeles
20 - Larry Murphy, Los Angeles, Washington, Minnesota, Pittsburgh, Toronto, Detroit.
20 - Scott Stevens, Washington, St. Louis, New Jersey
20 - Steve Yzerman, Detroit
 
MOST CONSECUTIVE YEARS IN PLAYOFFS:
20 - Larry Robinson, Montreal, Los Angeles (1973-92)
19 - Brett Hull, Calgary, St. Louis, Dallas, Detroit (1986-2003)
18 - Larry Murphy, Washington, Minnesota, Pittsburgh, Toronto, Detroit (1984-2001)
18 - Nicklas Lidstrom, Detroit (1992-2004, inclusive, 2006-10, inclusive
 
MOST PLAYOFF GAMES:
266 - Chris Chelios, Montreal, Chicago, Detroit
247 - Patrick Roy, Montreal, Colorado
236 - Mark Messier, Edmonton, NY Rangers
233 - Claude Lemieux, Montreal, New Jersey, Colorado, Phoenix, Dallas
233 - Scott Stevens, Washington, St. Louis, New Jersey
231 - Guy Carbonneau, Montreal, St. Louis, Dallas
 
MOST POINTS IN PLAYOFFS:
382 - Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, LA, St. Louis, NY Rangers, 122 goals, 260 assists
295 - Mark Messier, Edmonton, NY Rangers, 109 goals, 186 assists
233 - Jari Kurri, Edmonton, LA, NY Rangers, Anaheim, 106 goals, 127 assists
214 - Glenn Anderson, Edm, Tor, NY Rangers, St. Louis, 93 goals, 121 assists
196 - Paul Coffey, Edm, Pittsburgh, Los Angeles, Det, Phi, Car - 59 goals, 137 assists
 
MOST GOALS IN PLAYOFFS:
122 - Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, Los Angeles, St. Louis, NY Rangers
109 - Mark Messier, Edmonton, NY Rangers
106 - Jari Kurri, Edmonton, Los Angeles, NY Rangers, Anaheim
100 - Brett Hull, Calgary, St. Louis, Dallas, Detroit
93 - Glenn Anderson, Edmonton, Toronto, NY Rangers, St. Louis
 
MOST ASSISTS IN PLAYOFFS:
260 - Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, Los Angeles, St. Louis, NY Rangers
186 - Mark Messier, Edmonton, NY Rangers
139 - Ray Bourque, Boston, Colorado
137 - Paul Coffey, Edmonton, Pittsburgh, Los Angeles, Detroit, Phi
128 - Doug Gilmour, St. Louis, Calgary, Toronto, New Jersey, Buf, Mon
 
MOST OVERTIME GOALS IN PLAYOFFS:
8 - Joe Sakic, Colorado (2 in 1996; 1 in 1998; 1 in 2001; 2 in 2004; 1 in 2006; 1 in 2008)
6 - Maurice Richard, Montreal (1 in 1946; 3 in 1951; 1 in 1957; 1 in 1958.)
5 - Glenn Anderson, Edmonton, Toronto, NY Rangers, St. Louis
4 - Bob Nystrom, NY Islanders
4 - Dale Hunter, Quebec, Washington
4 - Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, Los Angeles
4 - Stephane Richer, Montreal, New Jersey
4 - Joe Murphy, Edmonton, Chicago
4 - Esa Tikkanen, Edmonton, NY Rangers
4 - Jaromir Jagr, Pittsburgh
4 - Kirk Muller, Montreal, Dallas
4 - Jeremy Roenick, Chicago, Philadelphia
4 - Chris Drury, Colorado, Calgary, Buffalo, NY Rangers
4 - Jamie Langenbrunner, Dallas New Jersey
 
MOST POWER-PLAY GOALS IN PLAYOFFS:
38 - Brett Hull, St. Louis, Dallas, Detroit
35 - Mike Bossy, NY Islanders
34 - Dino Ciccarelli, Minnesota, Washington, Detroit
34 - Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, Los Angeles, St. Louis, NY Rangers
29 - Mario Lemieux, Pittsburgh
 
MOST SHORTHANDED GOALS IN PLAYOFFS:
14 - Mark Messier, Edmonton, NY Rangers
11 - Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, Los Angeles, St. Louis
10 - Jari Kurri, Edmonton, Los Angeles, NY Rangers
8 - Ed Westfall, Boston, NY Islanders
8 - Hakan Loob, Calgary
 
MOST GAME-WINNING GOALS IN PLAYOFFS:
24 - Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, Los Angeles, St. Louis, NY Rangers
24 - Brett Hull, St. Louis, Dallas, Detroit
19 - Claude Lemieux, Montreal, New Jersey, Colorado, Phoenix, Dallas
18 - Maurice Richard, Montreal
18 - Joe Sakic, Colorado Avalanche
17 - Mike Bossy, NY Islanders
17 - Glenn Anderson, Edmonton, Toronto, NY Rangers, St. Louis
 
MOST THREE-OR-MORE-GOAL GAMES IN PLAYOFFS
10 - Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, Los Angeles, NY Rangers. Eight 3-goal games; two 4-goal games
7 - Maurice Richard, Mon, Four 3-goal games; two 4-goal games; one 5-goal game
7 - Jari Kurri, Edmonton, 6 three-goal games; 1 four-goal game
6 - Dino Ciccarelli, Minnesota, Wash, Det, 5 three-goal games; 1 four-goal game
5 - Mike Bossy, NY Islanders, four three-goal games; 1 four-goal game
 
MOST PENALTY MINUTES IN PLAYOFFS:
729 - Dale Hunter, Quebec, Washington
541 - Chris Nilan, Montreal, NY Rangers, Boston
529 - Claude Lemieux, Montreal, New Jersey, Colorado, Phoenix, Dallas
471 - Rick Tocchet, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Boston, Phoenix
466 - Willi Plett, Atlanta, Calgary, Minnesota, Boston
 
MOST PLAYOFF GAMES APPEARED IN BY A GOALTENDER:
247 - Patrick Roy, Montreal, Colorado
181 - Martin Brodeur, New Jersey
161 - Ed Belfour, Chicago, Dallas, Toronto
150 - Grant Fuhr, Edmonton, Toronto, Buffalo, St. Louis
138 - Mike Vernon, Calgary, Detroit, San Jose, Florida
 
MOST PLAYOFF WINS BY A GOALTENDER:
151 - Patrick Roy, Montreal, Colorado
99 - Martin Brodeur, New Jersey
92 - Grant Fuhr, Edmonton, Buffalo, St. Louis
88 - Billy Smith, NY Islanders
88 - Ed Belfour, Chicago, Dallas, Toronto
 
MOST PLAYOFF SHUTOUTS BY A GOALTENDER:
23 - Patrick Roy, Montreal, Colorado
23 - Martin Brodeur, New Jersey
16 - Curtis Joseph, St. Louis, Edmonton, Toronto
14 - Clint Benedict, Ottawa, Mtl Maroons
14 - Jacques Plante, Montreal, St. Louis
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We think that Randy is a very good coach. Our players think that Randy is a very good coach. We think that he's going to get the most out of this group. With the addition of the two assistants, a bit of a different dynamic, we're very comfortable that this is a quality coaching staff that's going to maximize the potential of this team.

— Maple Leafs GM Dave Nonis on head coach Randy Carlyle and his staff