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Stanley Cup Final

Final Series Record Book: 1918 – 2011 (Page 1)

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Team Records

Note: Statistics from the suspended game in 1988 Final have not been included in the compilation of categories in the Team Records section,
but are included in the Individual Records section.
 

 

   

CHAMPIONSHIPS AND APPEARANCES

MOST STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONSHIPS
  23 -  Montreal Canadiens (1924-30-31-44-46-53-56-57-58-59-60-65-66-68-69-71-73-76-77-78-79-86-93)
  13 -  Toronto Maple Leafs (1918-22-32-42-45-47-48-49-51-62-63-64-67)
  11 -  Detroit Red Wings (1936-37-43-50-52-54- 55-97-98-02, 08)
Note: Montreal Canadiens totals do not include 1916 victory prior to formation of the NHL.
Toronto Maple Leafs totals do not include those of the pre-NHL Toronto Blueshirts (1914),
but do include wins by the Toronto Arenas (1918) and Toronto St. Patricks (1922).
MOST CONSECUTIVE STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONSHIPS
  5 - Montreal Canadiens (1956-57-58-59-60)
  4 - Montreal Canadiens (1976-77-78-79)
  4 -  New York Islanders (1980-81-82-83)
MOST YEARS IN THE FINALS
  33 - Montreal Canadiens in 91-year history
  23 - Detroit Red Wings in 82-year history
  21 - Toronto Maple Leafs in 91-year history
Note: Montreal Canadiens totals do not include 1916 and 1917 series prior to formation of the NHL.
Toronto Maple Leafs totals do not include those of the pre-NHL Toronto Blueshirts (1914),
but do include appearances by the Toronto Arenas (1918) and Toronto St. Patricks (1922).
MOST CONSECUTIVE YEARS IN THE FINALS
  10 - Montreal Canadiens (1951-60 inclusive)
  5 - Montreal Canadiens (1965-69 inclusive)
    - New York Islanders (1980-84 inclusive)

MOST GOALS

MOST GOALS, BOTH TEAMS, ONE SERIES
  56 - Montreal Canadiens (33), Chicago Black Hawks (23) in 1973. Montreal won series 4-2.
  51 - New York Islanders (26), Philadelphia Flyers (25) in 1980. NY Islanders won series 4-2.
MOST GOALS, ONE TEAM, ONE SERIES
  33 - Montreal Canadiens in 1973. Montreal won series 4-2, outscoring Chicago 33-23.
  28 - Pittsburgh Penguins in 1991. Pittsburgh won series 4-2, outscoring Minnesota 28-16.
MOST GOALS, BOTH TEAMS, FOUR-GAME SERIES
  29 - Detroit Red Wings (18), Toronto Maple Leafs (11) in 1936. Detroit won series 3-1.
  28 - New York Islanders (18), Vancouver Canucks (10) in 1982. NY Islanders won series 4-0.
MOST GOALS, ONE TEAM, FOUR-GAME SERIES
  20 - Boston Bruins in 1970. Boston won series 4-0, outscoring St. Louis 20-7.
  18 - Detroit Red Wings in 1936. Detroit won series 3-1, outscoring Toronto 18-11.
    - Toronto Maple Leafs in 1948. Toronto won series 4-0, outscoring Detroit 18-7.
    - New York Islanders in 1982. NY Islanders won series 4-0, outscoring Vancouver 18-10.
    - Edmonton Oilers in 1988. Edmonton won series 4-0, outscoring Boston 18-9.
MOST GOALS, BOTH TEAMS, FIVE-GAME SERIES
  42 - New York Islanders (26), Minnesota North Stars (16) in 1981. NY Islanders won series 4-1.
  39 - Vancouver Millionaires (21), Toronto Arenas (18) in 1918. Toronto won series 3-2.
MOST GOALS, ONE TEAM, FIVE-GAME SERIES
  26 - New York Islanders in 1981. NY Islanders won series 4-1, outscoring Minnesota 26-16.
  21 - Vancouver Millionaires in 1918. Toronto won series 3-2, but were outscored by Vancouver 21-18.
    - Edmonton Oilers in 1984. Edmonton won series 4-1, outscoring NY Islanders 21-12.
    - Edmonton Oilers in 1985. Edmonton won series 4-1, outscoring Philadelphia 21-14.
MOST GOALS, BOTH TEAMS, SIX-GAME SERIES
  56 - Montreal Canadiens (33), Chicago Black Hawks (23) in 1973. Montreal won series 4-2.
  51 - New York Islanders (26), Philadelphia Flyers (25) in 1980. NY Islanders won series 4-2.
MOST GOALS, ONE TEAM, SIX-GAME SERIES
  33 - Montreal Canadiens in 1973. Montreal won series 4-2, outscoring Chicago 33-23.
  28 - Pittsburgh Penguins in 1991. Pittsburgh won series 4-2, outscoring Minnesota 28-16.
MOST GOALS, BOTH TEAMS, SEVEN-GAME SERIES
  47 - Detroit Red Wings (27), Montreal Canadiens (20) in 1955. Detroit won series 4-3.
  44 - Toronto Maple Leafs (25), Detroit Red Wings (19) in 1942. Toronto won series 4-3.
MOST GOALS, ONE TEAM, SEVEN-GAME SERIES
  27 - Detroit Red Wings in 1955. Detroit won series 4-3, outscoring Montreal 27-20.
  25 - Toronto Maple Leafs in 1942. Toronto won series 4-3, outscoring Detroit 25-19.
MOST GOALS, BOTH TEAMS, ONE GAME
  15 - Chicago Black Hawks (8) at Montreal Canadiens (7) in Game 5, May 8, 1973.
Montreal won series 4-2.
  13 - Toronto Maple Leafs (4) at Detroit Red Wings (9) in Game 2, April 7, 1936. Detroit won series 3-1.
MOST GOALS, ONE TEAM, ONE GAME
  9 - Detroit Red Wings in Game 2, April 7, 1936. Toronto 4 at Detroit 9. Detroit won series 3-1.
      Toronto Maple Leafs in Game 5, April 14, 1942. Detroit 3 at Toronto 9. Toronto won series 4-3.
MOST GOALS, BOTH TEAMS, ONE PERIOD
  8 - Chicago Black Hawks (5), Montreal Canadiens (3) in 2nd period of Game 5, May 8, 1973. Chicago 8 at Montreal 7.
Montreal won series 4-2.
    - Vancouver Canucks (5), New York Rangers (3) in 3rd period of Game 5, June 9, 1994.
Vancouver 6 at NY Rangers 3.
NY Rangers won series 4-3.
  6 - Toronto Maple Leafs (3), New York Rangers (3) in 3rd period of Game 3, April 9, 1932. NY Rangers 4 at Toronto 6.
Toronto won series 3-0.
    - Montreal Canadiens (4), Calgary Flames (2) in 1st period of Game 3, May 20, 1986. Calgary 3 at Montreal 5.
Montreal won series 4-1.
    - Pittsburgh Penguins (3), Chicago Blackhawks (3) in 1st period of Game 4, June 1, 1992. Pittsburgh 6 at Chicago 5.
Pittsburgh won series 4-0.
MOST GOALS, ONE TEAM, ONE PERIOD
  5 - Toronto Maple Leafs in 2nd period of Game 5, April 14, 1942. Detroit 3 at Toronto 9.
Toronto won series 4-3.
    - Chicago Black Hawks in 2nd period of Game 5, May 8, 1973. Chicago 8 at Montreal 7.
Montreal won series 4-2.
    - Vancouver Canucks in 3rd period of Game 5, June 9, 1994. Vancouver 6 at NY Rangers 3.
NY Rangers won series 4-3.

FEWEST GOALS

  10 - Ottawa Senators (7), Boston Bruins (3) in 1927. Ottawa won series 2-0-2.
  13 - Montreal Maroons (10), Victoria Cougars (3) in 1926. Mtl. Maroons won series 3-1.
    - Detroit Red Wings (11), Montreal Canadiens (2) in 1952. Detroit won series 4-0.
FEWEST GOALS, ONE TEAM, FOUR-GAME SERIES
  2 - Montreal Canadiens in 1952. Detroit won series 4-0, outscoring Montreal 11-2.
  3 - Victoria Cougars in 1926. Mtl. Maroons won series 3-1, outscoring Victoria 10-3.
      Boston Bruins in 1927. Ottawa won series 2-0-2, outscoring Boston 7-3.
      St. Louis Blues in 1969. Montreal won series 4-0, outscoring St. Louis 12-3.
FEWEST GOALS, BOTH TEAMS, FIVE-GAME SERIES
  11 - Montreal Maroons (6), New York Rangers (5) in 1928. NY Rangers won series 3-2.
  17 - Detroit Red Wings (9), New York Rangers (8) in 1937. Detroit won series 3-2.
FEWEST GOALS, ONE TEAM, FIVE-GAME SERIES
  5 - New York Rangers in 1928. NY Rangers won series 3-2, but were outscored by Mtl. Maroons 6-5.
  6 - Montreal Maroons in 1928. NY Rangers won series 3-2, but were outscored by Mtl. Maroons 6-5.
    - Toronto Maple Leafs in 1939. Boston won series 4-1, outscoring Toronto 12-6.
    - Boston Bruins in 1957. Montreal won series 4-1, outscoring Boston 15-6.
FEWEST GOALS, BOTH TEAMS, SIX-GAME SERIES
  22 - Dallas Stars (13), Buffalo Sabres (9) in 1999. Dallas won series 4-2.
  24 - New Jersey Devils (15), Dallas Stars (9) in 2000. New Jersey won series 4-2.
FEWEST GOALS, ONE TEAM, SIX-GAME SERIES
  9 - Buffalo Sabres in 1999. Dallas won series 4-2, outscoring Buffalo 13-9.
    - Dallas Stars in 2000. New Jersey won series 4-2, outscoring Dallas 15-9.
FEWEST GOALS, BOTH TEAMS, SEVEN-GAME SERIES
  18 - Toronto Maple Leafs (9), Detroit Red Wings (9) in 1945. Toronto won series 4-3.
  26 - Detroit Red Wings (14), Montreal Canadiens (12) in 1954. Detroit won series 4-3.
FEWEST GOALS, ONE TEAM, SEVEN-GAME SERIES
8 - Vancouver Canucks in 2011. Boston won series 4-3, outscoring Vancouver 23-8.
  9 - Detroit Red Wings in 1945. Toronto won series 4-3, teams tied in scoring 9-9.
    - Toronto Maple Leafs in 1945. Toronto won series 4-3, teams tied in scoring 9-9.
  11 - New Jersey Devils in 2001. Colorado won series 4-3, outscoring New Jersey 19-11.

OVERTIME

LONGEST OVERTIME
  55:13:00 - Edmonton Oilers 3 at Boston Bruins 2 in Game 1, May 15, 1990.
Edmonton’s Petr Klima, assisted by Jari Kurri and Craig MacTavish,
scored at 15:13 of the 3rd overtime period, 115:13 from the start of game. Edmonton won series 4-1.
  54:51:00 - Dallas Stars 2 at Buffalo Sabres 1 in Game 6, June 19, 1999.
Dallas’ Brett Hull, assisted by Jere Lehtinen and Mike Modano,
scored at 14:51 of the 3rd overtime period, 114:51 from the start of game. Dallas won series 4-2.
SHORTEST OVERTIME
  0:09 - Montreal Canadiens 3 at Calgary Flames 2 in Game 2, May 18, 1986.
Montreal’s Brian Skrudland, assisted by Mike McPhee and Claude Lemieux,
scored at 0:09 of the first overtime period. Montreal won series 4-1.
0:11 - Boston Bruins 2 at Vancouver Canucks 3 in Game 2, June 4, 2011. Vancouver’s Alex Burrows
assisted by Daniel Sedin and Alex Edler, scored at 0:11 of the first overtime period.
Boston won series 4-13
  0:31 - Detroit Red Wings 3 at Toronto Maple Leafs 4 in Game 3, April 9, 1936.
Toronto’s Buzz Boll, assisted by Red Horner and Art Jackson,
scored at 0:31 of the first overtime period. Detroit won series 3-1.
MOST OVERTIME GAMES, ONE SERIES
  5 - 1951. Of the five games played in the series, all went into overtime.
Toronto Maple Leafs won four of the five games to defeat Montreal Canadiens 4-1 in best-of-seven series.
Sid Smith, Ted Kennedy, Harry Watson and Bill Barilko scored the overtime winners in games 1,3,4 and 5,
respectively, for Toronto, while Maurice Richard scored for Montreal in game 2.
MOST OVERTIME WINS, ONE TEAM, ONE SERIES
  4 - Toronto Maple Leafs in 1951.
Sid Smith, Ted Kennedy, Harry Watson and Bill Barilko scored the overtime winners in games 1,3,4 and 5, respectively,
for Toronto, who won series 4-1 vs. Montreal.

TEAM WINS

MOST HOME WINS, BOTH TEAMS, ONE SERIES
    - Detroit Red Wings (4), Montreal Canadiens (3) in 1955.
Detroit won games 1,2,5 and 7 at home and Montreal won games 3,4 and 6 at home. Detroit won series 4-3.
    - Montreal Canadiens (4), Chicago Black Hawks (3) in 1965.
Montreal won games 1,2,5 and 7 at home and Chicago won games 3,4 and 6 at home. Montreal won series 4-3.
    - New Jersey Devils (4), Mighty Ducks of Anaheim (3) in 2003.

New Jersey won games 1,2,5 and 7 at home and Anaheim won games 3,4 and 6 at home. New Jersey won series 4-3.
MOST HOME WINS, ONE TEAM, ONE SERIES
  4 - Detroit Red Wings in 1955.
Detroit won games 1,2,5 and 7 in Detroit vs. Montreal Canadiens. Detroit won series 4-3.
    - Montreal Canadiens in 1965.
Montreal won games 1,2,5 and 7 in Montreal vs. Chicago Black Hawks. Montreal won series 4-3.
    - New Jersey Devils in 2003.
New Jersey won games 1,2,5 and 7 in New Jersey vs. Mighty Ducks of Anaheim. New Jersey won series 4-3.
MOST ROAD WINS, BOTH TEAMS, ONE SERIES
  5 - Toronto Maple Leafs (3), Detroit Red Wings (2) in 1945.
Toronto won games 1,2 and 7 in Detroit and Detroit won games 4 and 6 in Toronto. Toronto won series 4-3.
    - Montreal Canadiens (3), Detroit Red Wings (2) in 1966.
Montreal won games 3,4 and 6 in Detroit and Detroit won games 1 and 2 in Montreal. Montreal won series 4-2.
    - New Jersey Devils (3), Dallas Stars (2) in 2000.
New Jersey won games 3,4 and 6 in Dallas and Dallas won games 1 and 5 in New Jersey. New Jersey won series 4-2.
MOST ROAD WINS, ONE TEAM, ONE SERIES
  3 - Ottawa Senators in 1921. Ottawa won games 2,3 and 5 in Vancouver vs. Vancouver Millionaires.
All five games were played in Vancouver as per the agreement between the NHL and PCHA. Ottawa won series 3-2.
    - New York Rangers in 1928. NY Rangers won games 2,4 and 5 in Montreal vs. Mtl. Maroons.
All five games were played in Montreal as the circus occupied Madison Square Garden. NY Rangers won series 3-2.
    - Toronto Maple Leafs in 1945. Toronto won games 1,2 and 7 in Detroit vs. Detroit Red Wings.
Toronto won series 4-3.
    - Montreal Canadiens in 1966. Montreal won games 3,4 and 6 in Detroit vs. Detroit Red Wings.
Montreal won series 4-2.
    - Edmonton Oilers in 1990. Edmonton won games 1,2 and 5 in Boston vs. Boston Bruins.
Edmonton won series 4-1.
    - New Jersey Devils in 2000. New Jersey won games 3,4 and 6 in Dallas vs. Dallas Stars.
New Jersey won series 4-2.
MOST CONSECUTIVE FINAL SERIES GAME VICTORIES
  10 - Montreal Canadiens. Streak began May 9, 1976, at Montreal with a 4-3 win vs. Philadelphia in Game 1 and ended May 18, 1978,
at Boston with a 4-0 loss in Game 3.
Included in the streak were 4 wins vs. Philadelphia in 1976, 4 vs. Boston in 1977 and 2 vs. Boston in 1978.
  9 - Toronto Maple Leafs. Streak began April 19, 1947, at Toronto with a 2-1 win vs. Montreal in Game 6
and ended when the team failed to advance to 1950 Finals.
Included in the streak was 1 win vs. Montreal in 1947, 4 vs. Detroit in 1948 and 4 vs. Detroit in 1949.
    - New York Islanders. Streak began May 21, 1981, at NY Islanders with a 5-1 win vs. Minnesota in Game 5
and ended May 10, 1984, at NY Islanders with a 1-0 loss to Edmonton in Game 1.
Included in the streak was 1 win vs. Minnesota in 1981, 4 vs. Vancouver in 1982 and 4 vs. Edmonton in 1983.

SHUTOUTS

MOST SHUTOUTS, BOTH TEAMS, ONE SERIES
  5 - Toronto Maple Leafs (3), Detroit Red Wings (2) in 1945. Toronto won series 4-3.
  4 - New Jersey Devils (3), Mighty Ducks of Anaheim (1) in 2003. New Jersey won series 4-3.
4 - Vancouver Canucks (2), Boston Bruins (2) in 2011. Boston won series 4-3.
MOST SHUTOUTS, ONE TEAM, ONE SERIES
  3 - Montreal Maroons in 1926. Mtl. Maroons won series 3-1 vs. Victoria Cougars.
    - Toronto Maple Leafs in 1945. Toronto won series 4-3 vs. Detroit.
    - Montreal Canadiens in 1965. Montreal won series 4-3 vs. Chicago.
    - New Jersey Devils in 2003. New Jersey won series 4-3 vs. Anaheim.

PENALTIES

MOST PENALTIES, BOTH TEAMS, ONE SERIES
   142 - Philadelphia Flyers (75), Boston Bruins (67) in 1974. Philadelphia won series 4-2.
   128 - Philadelphia Flyers (72), New York Islanders (56) in 1980. NY Islanders won series 4-2.
MOST PENALTIES, ONE TEAM, ONE SERIES
  75 - Philadelphia Flyers in 1974. Philadelphia won series 4-2 vs. Boston.
  72 - Philadelphia Flyers in 1980. Philadelphia lost series 4-2 vs. NY Islanders.
MOST PENALTY MINUTES, BOTH TEAMS, ONE SERIES
   511 - Calgary Flames (256), Montreal Canadiens (255) in 1986. Montreal won series 4-1.
   395 - Philadelphia Flyers (219), New York Islanders (176) in 1980. NY Islanders won series 4-2.
MOST PENALTY MINUTES, ONE TEAM, ONE SERIES
  256 - Calgary Flames in 1986. Calgary lost series 4-1 vs. Montreal.
  255 - Montreal Canadiens in 1986. Montreal won series 4-1 vs. Calgary.
MOST PENALTIES, BOTH TEAMS, ONE GAME
  43 - Philadelphia Flyers (22) at Boston Bruins (21) in Game 5, May 16, 1974.
Boston 5, Philadelphia 1. Philadelphia won series 4-2.
  37 - Boston Bruins (22) at Montreal Canadiens (15) in Game 5, May 23, 1978.
Montreal 4, Boston 1. Montreal won series 4-2.
MOST PENALTIES, ONE TEAM, ONE GAME
      Philadelphia Flyers in Game 5, May 16, 1974. Philadelphia 1 at Boston 5.
Philadelphia won series 4-2.
      Boston Bruins in Game 5, May 23, 1978. Boston 1 at Montreal 4. Montreal won series 4-2.
MOST PENALTY MINUTES, BOTH TEAMS, ONE GAME
  176 - Calgary Flames (86) at Montreal Canadiens (90) in Game 4, May 22, 1986.
Montreal 1, Calgary 0. Montreal won series 4-1.
145 - Vancouver Canucks (70 at Boston Bruins (75) in
Game 3, June 6, 2011. Boston 8, Vancouver 1. Boston won series 4-3.
  137 - Calgary Flames (67) at Tampa Bay Lightning (70) in Game 2, May 27, 2004.
Tampa Bay 4, Calgary 1. Tampa Bay won series 4-3.
MOST PENALTY MINUTES, ONE TEAM, ONE GAME
  90 - Montreal Canadiens in Game 4, May 22, 1986. Calgary 0 at Montreal 1. Montreal won series 4-1.
  86 - Calgary Flames in Game 4, May 22, 1986. Calgary 0 at Montreal 1. Montreal won series 4-1.
MOST PENALTIES, BOTH TEAMS, ONE PERIOD
  25 - Calgary Flames (14) at Tampa Bay Lightning (11) in 3rd period of Game 2, May 27, 2004.
Tampa Bay 4, Calgary 1. Tampa Bay won series 4-3.
  21 - Boston Bruins (11) at Philadelphia Flyers (10) in 1st period of Game 4, May 14, 1974.
Philadelphia 4, Boston 2. Philadelphia won series 4-2.
MOST PENALTIES, ONE TEAM, ONE PERIOD
  14 - Calgary Flames in 3rd period of Game 2, May 27, 2004. Calgary 1 at Tampa Bay 4.
Tampa Bay won series 4-3.
  11 - Boston Bruins in 1st period of Game 4, May 14, 1974. Boston 2 at Philadelphia 4.
Philadelphia won series 4-2.
    - Tampa Bay Lightning in 3rd period of Game 2, May 27, 2004. Calgary 1 at Tampa Bay 4.
Tampa Bay won series 4-3.
- Boston Bruins in 3rd period of Game 3, June 6, 2011. Vancouver 1 at Boston 8.
Boston won series 3-2.
MOST PENALTY MINUTES, BOTH TEAMS, ONE PERIOD
  152 - Calgary Flames (72) at Montreal Canadiens (80) in 3rd period of Game 4, May 22, 1986.
Montreal 1, Calgary 0. Montreal won series 4-1.
   121 - Calgary Flames (61) at Tampa Bay Lightning (60) in 3rd period of Game 2, May 27, 2004.
Tampa Bay 4, Calgary 1. Tampa Bay won series 4-3.
MOST PENALTY MINUTES, ONE TEAM, ONE PERIOD
  80 - Montreal Canadiens in 3rd period of Game 4, May 22, 1986. Calgary 0 at Montreal 1.
Montreal won series 4-1.
  72 - Calgary Flames in 3rd period of Game 4, May 22, 1986. Calgary 0 at Montreal 1.
Montreal won series 4-1.
FEWEST PENALTIES, BOTH TEAMS, ONE SERIES
  19 - Detroit Red Wings (10), Toronto Maple Leafs (9) in 1945. Toronto won series 4-3.
FEWEST PENALTIES, ONE TEAM, ONE SERIES
  9 - Toronto Maple Leafs in 1945. Toronto won series 4-3 vs. Detroit.
  10 - Detroit Red Wings in 1945. Detroit lost series 4-3 vs. Toronto.
FEWEST PENALTY MINUTES, BOTH TEAMS, ONE SERIES
  41 - Detroit Red Wings (20), Toronto Maple Leafs (21) in 1945. Toronto won series 4-3.
FEWEST PENALTY MINUTES, ONE TEAM, ONE SERIES
  20 - Detroit Red Wings in 1945. Detroit lost series 4-3 vs. Toronto.
  21 - Toronto Maple Leafs in 1945. Toronto won series 4-3 vs. Detroit.
FEWEST PENALTIES AND PENALTY MINUTES, BOTH TEAMS, ONE GAME
  0 - Toronto Maple Leafs 1 at Detroit Red Wings 0 in Game 6, April 16, 1942. Toronto won series 4-3.
FEWEST PENALTIES AND PENALTY MINUTES, ONE TEAM, ONE GAME
  0 - Toronto Maple Leafs in Game 6, April 16, 1942. Toronto 1 at Detroit 0. Toronto won series 4-3.
    - Detroit Red Wings in Game 6, April 16, 1942. Toronto 1 at Detroit 0. Toronto won series 4-3.
    - Detroit Red Wings in Game 2, April 8, 1945. Detroit 0 at Toronto 2. Toronto won series 4-3.
    - Toronto Maple Leafs in Game 3, April 12, 1945. Detroit 0 at Toronto 1. Toronto won series 4-3.
    - New York Rangers in Game 2, April 13, 1950. NY Rangers 3, Detroit 1 (at Toronto).
Detroit won series 4-3.
    - Boston Bruins in Game 5, April 16, 1953. Boston 0 at Montreal 1 (OT). Montreal won series 4-1.

POWER-PLAY GOALS

MOST POWER-PLAY GOALS, BOTH TEAMS, ONE SERIES
  21 - New York Islanders (15), Philadelphia Flyers (6) in 1980. NY Islanders won series 4-2.
   14 - Montreal Canadiens (10), Chicago Black Hawks (4) in 1965. Montreal won series 4-3.
MOST POWER-PLAY GOALS, ONE TEAM, ONE SERIES
  15 - New York Islanders in 1980. NY Islanders won series 4-2 vs. Philadelphia.
  10 - Montreal Canadiens in 1965. Montreal won series 4-3 vs. Chicago.
MOST POWER-PLAY GOALS, BOTH TEAMS, ONE GAME
  5 - seven times.
MOST POWER-PLAY GOALS, ONE TEAM, ONE GAME
   5 - New York Islanders, May 17, 1980, in Game 3 at NY Islanders. NY Islanders 6, Philadelphia 2.
NY Islanders won series 4-2.
   4 - Toronto Maple Leafs, April 10, 1947, in Game 2 at Montreal. Toronto 4, Montreal 0.
Toronto won series 4-2.
    - Montreal Canadiens, April 27, 1965, in Game 5 at Montreal. Montreal 6, Chicago 0.
Montreal won series 4-3.
    - Edmonton Oilers, May 28, 1985, in Game 4 at Edmonton. Edmonton 5, Philadelphia 3.
Edmonton won series 4-1.
    - Colorado Avalanche, June 6, 1996, in Game 2 at Colorado. Colorado 8, Florida 1.
Colorado won series 4-0.
MOST POWER-PLAY GOALS, BOTH TEAMS, ONE PERIOD
   4 - Florida Panthers (1) at Colorado Avalanche (3), in 1st period of Game 2, June 6, 1996.
Colorado 8, Florida 1. Colorado won series 4-0.
MOST POWER-PLAY GOALS, ONE TEAM, ONE PERIOD
   3 - Montreal Canadiens, April 6, 1954, in 1st period of Game 2 at Detroit. Montreal 3, Detroit 1.
Detroit won series 4-3.
    - New York Rangers, May 4, 1972, in 1st period of Game 3 at NY Rangers. NY Rangers 5, Boston 2.
Boston won series 4-2.
    - Montreal Canadiens, May 12, 1977, in 1st period of Game 3 at Boston. Montreal 4, Boston 2.
Montreal won series 4-0.
    - New York Islanders, May 17, 1980, in 1st period of Game 3 at NY Islanders.
NY Islanders 7, Philadelphia 5. NY Islanders won series 4-2.
    - Colorado Avalanche, June 6, 1996, in 1st period of Game 2 at Colorado. Colorado 8, Florida 1.
Colorado won series 4-0.

SHORTHAND GOALS

MOST SHORTHAND GOALS, BOTH TEAMS, ONE SERIES
  6 - Pittsburgh Penguins (3), Minnesota North Stars (3) in 1991. Pittsburgh won series 4-2.
   4 - New York Rangers (4), Toronto Maple Leafs (0) in 1933. NY Rangers won series 3-1.
MOST SHORTHAND GOALS, ONE TEAM, ONE SERIES
   4 - New York Rangers in 1933. NY Rangers won series 3-1 vs. Toronto.
   3 - Detroit Red Wings in 1955. Detroit won series 4-3 vs. Montreal.
    - Toronto Maple Leafs in 1963. Toronto won series 4-1 vs. Detroit.
    - Boston Bruins in 1972. Boston won series 4-2 vs. NY Rangers.
    - Edmonton Oilers in 1987. Edmonton won series 4-3 vs. Philadelphia.
    - Pittsburgh Penguins in 1991. Pittsburgh won series 4-2 vs. Minnesota.
    - Minnesota North Stars in 1991. Minnesota lost series 4-2 vs. Pittsburgh.
- Boston Bruins in 2011. Boston won series 4-3 vs. Vancouver.
MOST SHORTHAND GOALS, BOTH TEAMS, ONE GAME
   2 - ten times.
MOST SHORTHAND GOALS, ONE TEAM, ONE GAME
   2 - seven times.
MOST SHORTHAND GOALS, BOTH TEAMS, ONE PERIOD
  2 - New York Rangers (0) at Boston Bruins (2), in 1st period of Game 1, April 30, 1972.
Boston 6, NY Rangers 5. Boston won series 4-2.
    - Montreal Canadiens (0) at Chicago Black Hawks (2), in 1st period of Game 3, May 3, 1973.
Chicago 7, Montreal 4. Montreal won series 4-2.
    - Minnesota North Stars (0) at New York Islanders (2), in 1st period of Game 1, May 12, 1981.
NY Islanders 6, Minnesota 3. NY Islanders won series 4-1.
    - Minnesota North Stars (1) at Pittsburgh Penguins (1), in 2nd period of Game 1, May 15, 1991.
Minnesota 5, Pittsburgh 4. Pittsburgh won series 4-2.
    - Carolina Hurricanes (1) at Detroit Red Wings (1), in 1st period of Game 2, June 6, 2002.
Detroit 3, Carolina 1. Detroit won series 4-1.
MOST SHORTHAND GOALS, ONE TEAM, ONE PERIOD
   2 - Boston Bruins in 1st period of Game 1, April 30, 1972. Boston 6, NY Rangers 5.
Boston won series 4-2.
    - Chicago Black Hawks in 1st period of Game 3, May 3, 1973. Chicago 7, Montreal 4.
Montreal won series 4-2.
    - New York Islanders in 1st period of Game 1, May 12, 1981. NY Islanders 6, Minnesota 3.
NY Islanders won series 4-1.

FASTEST GOALS

FASTEST TWO GOALS, BOTH TEAMS
  0:10 - Toronto Maple Leafs at Detroit Red Wings in Game 1, April 5, 1936.
Detroit’s Wally Kilrea and Toronto’s Buzz Boll scored at 12:05 and 12:15 of 1st period, respectively.
Detroit 3, Toronto 1. Detroit won series 3-1.
    - Montreal Canadiens at Toronto Maple Leafs in Game 3, April 12, 1947.
Toronto’s Vic Lynn and Montreal’s Leo Gravelle scored at 12:23 and 12:33 of 2nd period, respectively.
Toronto 4, Montreal 2. Toronto won series 4-2.
   0:13 - Detroit Red Wings at Toronto Maple Leafs in Game 1, April 11, 1964.
Detroit’s Bruce MacGregor and Toronto’s George Armstrong scored at 4:31 and 4:44 of 1st period, respectively.
Toronto 3, Detroit 2. Toronto won series 4-3.
FASTEST TWO GOALS, ONE TEAM
   0:12 - Montreal Maroons, April 9, 1935, in Game 3 at Montreal. Mtl. Maroons 4, Toronto 1.
Baldy Northcott and Cy Wentworth scored at 16:18 and 16:30 of 2nd period, respectively. Mtl. Maroons won series 3-0.
    - Montreal Canadiens, April 7, 1955, in Game 3 at Montreal. Montreal 4, Detroit 2.
Bernie Geoffrion scored at 8:30 and 8:42 of first period. Detroit won series 4-3.
    - Dallas Stars, May 30, 2000, in Game 1 at New Jersey. New Jersey 7, Dallas 3.
Jon Sim and Kirk Muller scored at 7:43 and 7:55 of third period, respectively. New Jersey won series 4-2.
FASTEST THREE GOALS, BOTH TEAMS
      Pittsburgh Penguins 6 at Chicago Blackhawks 5 in Game 4, June 1, 1992.
Chicago’s Dirk Graham scored at 6:21 of 1st period, Pittsburgh’s Kevin Stevens scored at 6:33 and Dirk Graham scored at 6:51.
Pittsburgh won series 4-0.
      Philadelphia Flyers 3 at Edmonton Oilers 4 in Game 3, May 25, 1985.
Edmonton’s Wayne Gretzky scored at 1:10 and 1:25 of first period and Philadelphia’s Derrick Smith scored at 1:41.
Edmonton won series 4-1.
      Calgary Flames 3 at Montreal Canadiens 5 in Game 3, May 20, 1986.
Calgary’s Joel Otto scored at 17:59 of first period, and Montreal’s Bobby Smith at 18:25 and Mats Naslund at 19:17.
Montreal won series 4-1.
FASTEST THREE GOALS, ONE TEAM
      Montreal Canadiens, April 6, 1954, in Game 2 at Detroit. Montreal 3, Detroit 1.
Dickie Moore scored at 15:03 of first period, and Maurice Richard scored at 15:28 and 15:59.
Detroit won series 4-3.
      Montreal Canadiens, May 20, 1986, in Game 3 at Montreal. Montreal 5, Calgary 3.
Bobby Smith scored at 18:25 of first period, Mats Naslund at 19:17 and Bob Gainey at 19:33.
Montreal won series 4-1.
FASTEST FOUR GOALS, BOTH TEAMS
      Calgary Flames 3 at Montreal Canadiens 5 in Game 3, May 20, 1986.
Calgary’s Joel Otto scored at 17:59 of 1st period, Montreal’s Bobby Smith at 18:25, Mats Naslund at 19:17
and Bob Gainey at 19:33. Montreal won series 4-1.
      New York Rangers 4 at Toronto Maple Leafs 6 in Game 3, April 9, 1932.
NY Rangers’ Bun Cook scored at 16:32 of 3rd period, Toronto’s Bob Gracie at 17:36
and NY Rangers’ Frank Boucher at 18:26 and 19:26. Toronto won series 3-0.
FASTEST FOUR GOALS, ONE TEAM
  5:29 - Montreal Canadiens, March 31, 1956, in Game 1 at Montreal. Montreal 6, Detroit 4.
Jackie Leclair scored at 5:20 of 3rd period, Bernie Geoffrion at 6:20, Jean Beliveau at 7:31
and Claude Provost at 10:49. Montreal won series 4-1.
   5:27 - Montreal Canadiens, April 29, 1973, in Game 1 at Montreal. Montreal 8, Chicago 3.
Jacques Lemaire scored at 8:38 of 3rd period, Pete Mahovlich at 12:36, Frank Mahovlich at 13:34
and Chuck Lefley at 14:35. Montreal won series 4-2.
FASTEST FIVE GOALS, BOTH TEAMS
  4:20 - New York Rangers 4 at Toronto Maple Leafs 6 in Game 3, April 9, 1932.
Toronto’s Ace Bailey scored at 15:07 of 1st period, NY Rangers’ Bun Cook at 16:34, Toronto’s Bob Gracie at 17:36
and NY Rangers’ Frank Boucher at 18:24 and 19:27. Toronto won series 3-0.
  5:34 - Dallas Stars 3 at New Jersey Devils 7 in Game 1, May 30, 2000.
New Jersey’s Sergei Brylin scored at 2:21 of the 3rd period, Petr Sykora at 3:02 and Jason Arnott at 5:12.
Dallas’ Jon Sim at 7:43 and Kirk Muller at 7:55. New Jersey won series 4-2.
FASTEST FIVE GOALS, ONE TEAM
  10:19 - Edmonton Oilers, May 15, 1984, in Game 3 at Edmonton. Edmonton 7, NY Islanders 2.
Glenn Anderson scored at 19:12 of 2nd period, Paul Coffey at 19:29, Mark Messier at 5:32 of 3rd period,
Kevin McClelland at 5:52 and Dave Semenko at 9:41. Edmonton won series 4-1.
   14:20 - New York Islanders, May 12, 1983, in Game 2 at Edmonton. NY Islanders 6, Edmonton 3.
Tomas Jonsson scored at 14:21 of 2nd period, Bob Nystrom at 17:55, Mike Bossy at 19:17,
Bob Bourne at 8:03 of 3rd period, and Brent Sutter at 8:41. NY Islanders won series 4-0.

Individual Records

Note: Statistics from the suspended game in 1988 Final have not been included in the compilation of categories in the Team Records section,
but are included in the Individual Records section.

FINAL SERIES APPEARANCES

MOST YEARS IN FINALS
   12 - Maurice Richard, Montreal (1944-46-47-51-52-53-54-56-57-58-59-60)
    - Red Kelly, Detroit (1948-49-50-52-54-55-56), Toronto (1960-62-63-64-67)
    - Jean Beliveau, Montreal (1954-55-56-57-58-60-65-66-67-68-69-71)
    - Henri Richard, Montreal (1956-57-58-59-60-65-66-67-68-69-71-73)
   11 - Bert Olmstead, Montreal (1951-52-53-54-55-56-57-58), Toronto (1959-60-62)
    - Doug Harvey, Montreal (1951-52-53-54-55-56-57-58-59-60), St. Louis (1968)
    - Jean-Guy Talbot, Montreal (1956-57-58-59-60-65-66-67), St. Louis (1968-69-70)
  10 - Bernie Geoffrion, Montreal (1951-52-53-54-55-56-57-58-59-60)
    - Tom Johnson, Montreal (1951-52-53-54-55-56-57-58-59-60)
    - Gordie Howe, Detroit (1948-49-52-54-55-56-61-63-64-66)
    - Dickie Moore, Montreal (1952-53-54-55-56-57-58-59-60), St. Louis (1968)
    - Claude Provost, Montreal (1956-57-58-59-60-65-66-67-68-69)
    - Jacques Plante, Montreal (1953-54-55-56-57-58-59-60), St. Louis (1969-70)
    - Yvan Cournoyer, Montreal (1965-66-67-68-69-71-73-76-77-78)
MOST CONSECUTIVE YEARS IN FINALS
   10 - Bernie Geoffrion, Montreal (1951-60 inclusive)
    - Doug Harvey, Montreal (1951-60 inclusive)
    - Tom Johnson, Montreal (1951-60 inclusive)
    - Bert Olmstead, Montreal (1951-58 inclusive), Toronto (1959-60)
   9 - Dickie Moore, Montreal (1952-60 inclusive)
   8 - Floyd Curry, Montreal (1951-58 inclusive)
   7 - Dollard St. Laurent, Montreal (1952-58 inclusive)
MOST GAMES PLAYED IN FINALS
   65 - Red Kelly, Detroit (37), Toronto (28)
    - Henri Richard, Montreal
   64 - Jean Beliveau, Montreal
   59 - Maurice Richard, Montreal
   56 - Bert Olmstead, Montreal (43), Toronto (13)
   55 - Gordie Howe, Detroit
    - Jean-Guy Talbot, Montreal (43), St. Louis (12)
MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES IN FINALS
   53 - Bernie Geoffrion, Montreal (Game 1 in 1951 through Game 4 in 1960)
   48 - Dickie Moore, Montreal (Game 1 in 1952 through Game 4 in 1960)
   41 - Floyd Curry, Montreal (Game 1 in 1951 through Game 3 in 1958)
   40 - Bert Olmstead, Montreal (Game 1 in 1951 through Game 2 in 1958)
   38 - Tom Johnson, Montreal (Game 1 in 1951 through Game 5 in 1957)

CAREER FINAL-SERIES SCORING

MOST CAREER POINTS IN FINALS
   62 - Jean Beliveau, Montreal (30G-32A in 64 games)
   53 - Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton (16G-30A in 26 games), Los Angeles (2G-5A in 5 games), (18G-35A in 31 games overall)
   50 - Gordie Howe, Detroit (18G-32A in 55 games)
   47 - Henri Richard, Montreal (21G-26A in 65 games)
   46 - Maurice Richard, Montreal (34G-12A in 59 games)
    - Bernie Geoffrion, Montreal (24G-22A in 53 games)
MOST CAREER GOALS IN FINALS
   34 - Maurice Richard, Montreal (59 games)
   30 - Jean Beliveau, Montreal (64 games)
   24 - Bernie Geoffrion, Montreal (53 games)
   21 - Henri Richard, Montreal (65 games)
    - Yvan Cournoyer, Montreal (50 games)
   19 - Jacques Lemaire, Montreal (40 games)
MOST CAREER ASSISTS IN FINALS
   35 - Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton (30A in 26 games), Los Angeles (5A in 5 games), (31 games overall)
   32 - Gordie Howe, Detroit (55 games)
    - Jean Beliveau, Montreal (64 games)
   31 - Doug Harvey, Montreal (30A in 52 games) and St. Louis (1A in 2 games), (54 games overall)
   26 - Henri Richard, Montreal (65 games)
MOST CAREER GAME-WINNING GOALS IN FINALS
   9 - Jean Beliveau, Montreal
   8 - Maurice Richard, Montreal
   6 - Bernie Geoffrion, Montreal
    - Yvan Cournoyer, Montreal
MOST CAREER OVERTIME GOALS IN FINALS
   3 - Maurice Richard, Montreal (1 in 1946, 1 in 1951, 1 in 1958)
   2 - Don Raleigh, NY Rangers (2 in 1950)
    - Jacques Lemaire, Montreal (1 in 1968, 1 in 1977)
    - John LeClair, Montreal (2 in 1993)
MOST CAREER OVERTIME ASSISTS IN FINALS
    - Doc Romnes, Chicago (2 in 1934)
    - Butch Bouchard, Montreal (1 in 1944, 1 in 1946)
    - Ed Slowinski, NY Rangers (2 in 1950)
    - Harry Watson, Toronto (1 in 1947, 1 in 1951)
    - Tod Sloan, Toronto (2 in 1951)
    - Guy Lafleur, Montreal (1 in 1977, 1 in 1979)
    - John Tonelli, NY Islanders (2 in 1980)
MOST CAREER OVERTIME POINTS IN FINALS
    - Maurice Richard, Montreal (3G-1A)
    - Doc Romnes, Chicago (0G-2A) and Toronto (1G-0A) (1G-2A overall)
    - Harry Watson, Toronto (1G-2A)
    - Guy Lafleur, Montreal (1G-2A)
MOST CAREER POWER-PLAY GOALS IN FINALS
   11 - Jean Beliveau, Montreal
   10 - Bernie Geoffrion, Montreal
   8 - Yvan Cournoyer, Montreal
    - Mike Bossy, NY Islanders
   7 - Alex Delvecchio, Detroit
MOST CAREER POWER-PLAY ASSISTS IN FINALS
   16 - Jean Beliveau, Montreal
   14 - Gordie Howe, Detroit
    - Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton (11), Los Angeles (3)
   12 - Doug Harvey, Montreal (11), St. Louis (1)
    - Denis Potvin, NY Islanders
MOST CAREER POWER-PLAY POINTS IN FINALS
   27 - Jean Beliveau, Montreal (11G-16A)
   19 - Mike Bossy, NY Islanders (8G-11A)
    - Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton (5G-11A), Los Angeles (0G-3A) (5G-14A overall)
   18 - Bernie Geoffrion, Montreal (10G-8A)
    - Yvan Cournoyer, Montreal (8G-10A)
    - Denis Potvin, NY Islanders (6G-12A)
    - Gordie Howe, Detroit (4G-14A)
MOST CAREER SHORTHAND GOALS IN FINALS
   2 - Cecil Dillon, NY Rangers (2 in 1933)
    - Dave Keon, Toronto (2 in 1963)
    - Bob Pulford, Toronto (2 in 1964)
    - Marcel Pronovost, Detroit (1 in 1955), Toronto (1 in 1967)
    - Serge Savard, Montreal (2 in 1968)
    - Derek Sanderson, Boston (1 in 1970, 1 in 1972)
    - Pete Mahovlich, Montreal (1 in 1971, 1 in 1973)
    - Kevin Lowe, Edmonton (2 in 1987)
    - Mario Lemieux, Pittsburgh (2 in 1991)
    - Kirk Maltby, Detroit (1 in 1997, 1 in 2002)
MOST CAREER SHORTHAND ASSISTS IN FINALS
   4 - Bobby Orr, Boston (2 in 1970, 1 in 1972, 1 in 1974)
   2 - George Armstrong, Toronto (2 in 1963)
    - Allan Stanley, Toronto (1 in 1963, 1 in 1964)
    - Claude Provost, Montreal (1 in 1968, 1 in 1969)
    - Bob Bourne, NY Islanders (1 in 1980, 1 in 1982)
    - Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton (2 in 1987)
    - Kris Draper, Detroit (1 in 1997, 1 in 2002)
MOST CAREER SHORTHAND POINTS IN FINALS
  4 - Bobby Orr, Boston (0G-4A)
MOST CAREER PENALTY MINUTES IN FINALS
   94 - Gordie Howe, Detroit (55 games)
   87 - Kevin McClelland, Edmonton (22 games)
   86 - Duane Sutter, NY Islanders (24 games)
   83 - Maurice Richard, Montreal (59 games)
   79 - Wayne Cashman, Boston (26 games)
MOST PENALTY MINUTES, ONE GAME
   29 - Kevin McClelland, Edmonton, in Game 5, May 30, 1985, at Edmonton vs. Philadelphia.
McClelland was assessed 2 minors, 1 major, 1 misconduct and 1 game misconduct. Edmonton won 8-3.
   27 - Claude Lemieux, Montreal, in Game 4, May 22, 1986, at Montreal vs. Calgary.
Lemieux was assessed 1 minor, 1 major, 1 misconduct and 1 game misconduct. Montreal won 1-0.
MOST PENALTY MINUTES, ONE PERIOD
    - Kevin McClelland, Edmonton, May 30, 1985, at Edmonton vs. Philadelphia, third period, Game 5.
McClelland was assessed 1 major, 1 misconduct and 1 game misconduct. Edmonton won 8-3.
    - Claude Lemieux, Montreal, May 22, 1986, at Montreal vs. Calgary, third period, Game 4.
Lemieux was assessed 1 major, 1 misconduct and 1 game misconduct. Montreal won 1-0.

SINGLE FINAL SERIES SCORING

MOST POINTS, ONE SERIES
   13 - Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton (3G-10A in 4 games plus suspended game), in 1988.
   12 - Gordie Howe, Detroit, (5G-7A in 7 games), in 1955.
    - Yvan Cournoyer, Montreal (6G-6A in 6 games), in 1973.
    - Jacques Lemaire, Montreal (3G-9A in 6 games), in 1973.
    - Mario Lemieux, Pittsburgh (5G-7A in 5 games), in 1991.
   11 - Ted Lindsay, Detroit (5G-6A in 7 games), in 1955.
    - Frank Mahovlich, Montreal (5G-6A in 6 games), in 1973.
    - Mike Bossy, NY Islanders (4G-7A in 6 games), in 1980.
    - Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton (7G-4A in 5 games), in 1985.
    - Paul Coffey, Edmonton (3G-8A in 5 games), in 1985.
    - Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton (2G-9A in 7 games), in 1987.
    - Brian Leetch, NY Rangers (5G-6A in 7 games), in 1994.
MOST POINTS, FOUR-GAME SERIES
   13 - Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton (3G-10A in 4 games plus suspended game) in 1988.
   9 - Guy Lafleur, Montreal (2G-7A in 4 games) in 1977.
    - Denis Potvin, NY Islanders (2G-7A in 4 games) in 1982.
MOST POINTS, FIVE-GAME SERIES
   11 - Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton (7G-4A in 5 games) in 1985.
    - Paul Coffey, Edmonton (3G-8A in 5 games) in 1985.
   10 - Alf Skinner, Toronto Arenas (8G-2A in 5 games) in 1918.
    - Mickey MacKay, Vancouver Millionaires (5G-5A in 5 games) in 1918.
    - Frank Foyston, Seattle Metropolitans (9G-1A in 5 games) in 1919.
    - Babe Dye, Toronto St. Patricks (9G-1A in 5 games) in 1922.
    - Jean Beliveau, Montreal (7G-3A in 5 games) in 1956.
MOST POINTS, SIX-GAME SERIES
   12 - Yvan Cournoyer, Montreal (6G-6A in 6 games) in 1973.
    - Jacques Lemaire, Montreal (3G-9A in 6 games) in 1973.
    - Mario Lemieux, Pittsburgh (5G-7A in 6 games) in 1991.
   11 - Frank Mahovlich, Montreal (5G-6A in 6 games) in 1973.
    - Mike Bossy, NY Islanders (4G-7A in 6 games) in 1980.
MOST POINTS, SEVEN-GAME SERIES
    - Gordie Howe, Detroit (5G-7A in 7 games) in 1955.
    - Ted Lindsay, Detroit (5G-6A in 7 games) in 1955.
    - Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton (2G-9A in 7 games) in 1987.
    - Brian Leetch, NY Rangers (5G-6A in 7 games) in 1994.
MOST POINTS BY A DEFENSEMAN, ONE SERIES
   11 - Paul Coffey, Edmonton (3G-8A in 5 games) in 1985.
    - Brian Leetch, NY Rangers (5G-6A in 7 games) in 1994.
   10 -
Larry Murphy, Pittsburgh (1G-9A in 6 games) in 1991.
   9 - Denis Potvin, NY Islanders (5G-4A in 6 games) in 1980.
    - Denis Potvin, NY Islanders (2G-7A in 4 games) in 1982.
    - Al MacInnis, Calgary (5G-4A in 6 games) in 1989.
MOST POINTS BY A ROOKIE, ONE SERIES
   7 - Roy Conacher, Boston (5G-2A in 5 games) in 1939.
    - Ralph Backstrom, Montreal (3G-4A in 5 games) in 1959.
- Brad Marchand, Boston, (5G-2A in 7 games) in 2011.
   6 - Johnny Gagnon, Montreal (4G-2A in 5 games) in 1931.
    - Brian Propp, Philadelphia (3G-3A in 6 games) in 1980.
MOST GOALS, ONE SERIES
   9 - Cyclone Taylor, Vancouver Millionaires (5 games) in 1918.
    - Frank Foyston, Seattle Metropolitans (5 games) in 1919.
    - Babe Dye, Toronto St. Patricks (5 games) in 1922.
   8 - Alf Skinner, Toronto Arenas (5 games) in 1918.
   7 - Jean Beliveau, Montreal (5 games) in 1956.
    - Mike Bossy, NY Islanders (4 games) in 1982.
    - Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton (5 games) in 1985.
MOST GOALS, FOUR-GAME SERIES
   7 - Mike Bossy, NY Islanders in 1982.
   6 - Nels Stewart, Mtl. Maroons in 1926.
    - John Bucyk, Boston in 1970.
    - Esa Tikkanen, Edmonton in 1988.
MOST GOALS, FIVE-GAME SERIES
   9 - Cyclone Taylor, Vancouver Millionaires in 1918.
    - Frank Foyston, Seattle Metropolitans in 1919.
    - Babe Dye, Toronto St. Patricks in 1922.
    - Alf Skinner, Toronto Arenas in 1918.
   8 - Jean Beliveau, Montreal in 1956.
   7 - Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton in 1985.
MOST GOALS, SIX-GAME SERIES
   6 - Yvan Cournoyer, Montreal in 1973.
   5 - Bernie Geoffrion, Montreal in 1958.
    - Ken Hodge, Boston in 1972.
    - Pit Martin, Chicago in 1973.
    - Frank Mahovlich, Montreal in 1973.
    - Denis Potvin, NY Islanders in 1980.
    - Al MacInnis, Calgary in 1989.
    - Joe Mullen, Calgary in 1989.
MOST GOALS, SEVEN-GAME SERIES
   6 - Alex Delvecchio, Detroit in 1955.
    - Bernie Geoffrion, Montreal in 1955.
MOST GOALS BY A DEFENSEMAN, ONE SERIES
   5 - Denis Potvin, NY Islanders (6 games), in 1980.
    - Al MacInnis, Calgary (6 games), in 1989.
    - Brian Leetch, NY Rangers (7 games), in 1994.
   4 - Bobby Orr, Boston (6 games), in 1972.
    - Brad Park, Boston (6 games), in 1978.
MOST GOALS BY A ROOKIE, ONE SERIES
   5 - Roy Conacher, Boston (5 games), in 1939.
   4 - Johnny Gagnon, Montreal (5 games), in 1931.
MOST ASSISTS, ONE SERIES
    - Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton (4 games plus suspended game), in 1988.
    - Jacques Lemaire, Montreal (6 games), in 1973.
    - Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton (7 games), in 1987.
    - Larry Murphy, Pittsburgh (6 games), in 1991.
    - Billy Taylor, Toronto (7 games), in 1942.
    - Bert Olmstead, Montreal (5 games), in 1956.
    - Phil Esposito, Boston (6 games), in 1972.
    - Pat Stapleton, Chicago (6 games), in 1973.
    - Paul Coffey, Edmonton (5 games), in 1985.
MOST ASSISTS, FOUR-GAME SERIES
   10 - Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton (4 games plus suspended game), in 1988.
   7 - Guy Lafleur, Montreal in 1977.
    - Denis Potvin, NY Islanders in 1982.
   6 - Bernie Geoffrion, Montreal in 1960.
    - Phil Esposito, Boston in 1970.
    - Rick Tocchet, Pittsburgh in 1992.
MOST ASSISTS, FIVE-GAME SERIES
   8 - Bert Olmstead, Montreal in 1956.
    - Paul Coffey, Edmonton in 1985.
   7 - Bill Cowley, Boston in 1939.
MOST ASSISTS, SIX-GAME SERIES
   9 - Jacques Lemaire, Montreal in 1973.
    - Larry Murphy, Pittsburgh in 1991.
   8 - Phil Esposito, Boston in 1972.
    - Pat Stapleton, Chicago in 1973.
MOST ASSISTS, SEVEN-GAME SERIES
   9 - Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton in 1987.
   8 - Billy Taylor, Toronto in 1942.
MOST ASSISTS BY A DEFENSEMAN, ONE SERIES
   9 - Larry Murphy, Pittsburgh (6 games), in 1991.
   8 - Pat Stapleton, Chicago (6 games), in 1973.
    - Paul Coffey, Edmonton (5 games), in 1985.
   7 - Denis Potvin, NY Islanders (4 games), in 1982.
MOST ASSISTS BY A ROOKIE, ONE SERIES
   5 - Jaromir Jagr, Pittsburgh (6 games), in 1991.
   4 - Ralph Backstrom, Montreal (5 games), in 1959.
    - Lars Molin, Vancouver (4 games), in 1982.
    - Derrick Smith, Philadelphia (5 games), in 1985.
   3 - Brian Propp, Philadelphia (6 games), in 1980.
    - Dino Ciccarelli, Minnesota (5 games), in 1981.
    - Billy Carroll, NY Islanders (5 games), in 1981.
    - Pat Flatley, NY Islanders (5 games), in 1984.
    - Janne Niinimaa, Philadelphia (4 games), in 1997.
    - Mike Rupp, New Jersey (7 games), in 2003.
MOST OVERTIME GOALS, ONE SERIES
   2 - Don Raleigh, NY Rangers (7 games), in 1950.
    - John LeClair, Montreal (5 games), in 1993.
MOST POWER-PLAY GOALS, ONE SERIES
   4 - Jean Beliveau, Montreal (7 games), in 1965.
    - Mike Bossy, NY Islanders (6 games), in 1980.
   3 - Bernie Geoffrion, Montreal (7 games), in 1955.
    - Dick Duff, Montreal (4 games), in 1969.
    - Steve Shutt, Montreal (4 games), in 1976.
    - Denis Potvin, NY Islanders (6 games), in 1980.
    - Mike Bossy, NY Islanders (4 games), in 1982.
    - Clark Gillies, NY Islanders (5 games), in 1984.
    - Joe Mullen, Calgary (6 games), in 1989.
MOST POWER-PLAY ASSISTS, ONE SERIES
   6 - Mike Bossy, NY Islanders (6 games), in 1980.
    - Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton (4 games plus suspended game), in 1988.
MOST SHORTHAND GOALS, ONE SERIES
  2 - Cecil Dillon, NY Rangers (4 games), in 1933.
    - Dave Keon, Toronto (5 games), in 1963.
    - Bob Pulford, Toronto (7 games), in 1964.
    - Serge Savard, Montreal (4 games), in 1968.
    - Kevin Lowe, Edmonton (7 games), in 1987.
MOST PENALTY MINUTES, ONE SERIES
   53 - Mel Bridgman, Philadelphia (6 games), in 1980.
   49 - Chris Nilan, Montreal (3 games), in 1986.
   44 - Eddie Gerard, Ottawa (2 games), in 1921
   43 - Brad Marsh, Philadelphia (5 games), in 1985.
    - Tim Hunter, Calgary (5 games), in 1986.