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Final Series Record Book, 1918 – 2008 (Page 2)

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Individual Records Continued

SINGLE-GAME SCORING

MOST GOALS, ONE GAME
  23 - Newsy Lalonde, Montreal, in Game 2, March 22, 1919. Montreal 4 at Seattle 2.
  13 - Babe Dye, Toronto, in Game 5, March 28, 1922. Vancouver 1 at Toronto 5.
  11 - Ted Lindsay, Detroit, in Game 2, April 5, 1955. Montreal 1 at Detroit 7.
MOST ASSISTS, ONE GAME
    - Eddie Bush, Detroit, in Game 3, April 9, 1942. Toronto 2 at Detroit 5.
    - Sid Abel, Detroit, in Game 1, April 1, 1943. Boston 2 at Detroit 6.
    - Toe Blake, Montreal, in Game 4, April 13, 1944. Chicago 4 at Montreal 5.
    - Dutch Reibel, Detroit, in Game 2, April 5, 1955. Montreal 1 at Detroit 7.
    - Brad Maxwell, Minnesota, in Game 4, May 19, 1981. NY Islanders 2 at Minnesota 4.
    - Brian Propp, Philadelphia, in Game 5, May 26, 1987. Philadelphia 4 at Edmonton 3.
    - Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, in Game 3, May 22, 1988. Edmonton 6 at Boston 3.
    - Larry Murphy, Pittsburgh, in Game 5, May 23, 1991. Minnesota 4 at Pittsburgh 6.
    - Joe Sakic, Colorado, in Game 2, June 6, 1996. Florida 1 at Colorado 8.
MOST POINTS, ONE GAME
    - Eddie Bush (1G-4A), Detroit, in Game 3, April 9, 1942. Toronto 2 at Detroit 5.
    - Syl Apps (2G-3A), Toronto, in Game 5, April 14, 1942. Detroit 3 at Toronto 9.
    - Don Metz (3G-2A), Toronto, in Game 5, April 14, 1942. Detroit 3 at Toronto 9.
    - Sid Abel (1G-4A), Detroit, in Game 1, April 1, 1943. Boston 2 at Detroit 6.
    - Toe Blake (1G-4A), Montreal, in Game 4, April 13, 1944. Chicago 4 at Montreal 5.
    - Jari Kurri (3G-2A), Edmonton, in Game 2, May 17, 1990. Edmonton 7 at Boston 2.
MOST POWER-PLAY GOALS, ONE GAME
  3 - Sid Smith, Toronto, in Game 2, April 10, 1949. Detroit 1 at Toronto 3.
MOST SHORTHAND GOALS, ONE GAME
  2 - Dave Keon, Toronto, in Game 5, April 18, 1963. Detroit 1 at Toronto 3.

ONE-PERIOD SCORING

MOST GOALS, ONE PERIOD
  3 - Busher Jackson, Toronto, in 2nd period of Game 1, April 5, 1932. Toronto 6 at  NY Rangers 4.
    - Ted Lindsay, Detroit, in 2nd period of Game 2, April 5, 1955. Montreal 4 at Detroit 7.
    - Maurice Richard, Montreal, in 2nd period of Game 1, April 6, 1957. Boston 1 at Montreal 5.
    - Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, in 1st period of Game 3, May 25, 1985. Philadelphia 3 at Edmonton 4.
    - Dirk Graham, Chicago, in 1st period of Game 4, June 1, 1992. Pittsburgh 6 at Chicago 5.
    - Peter Forsberg, Colorado, in 1st period of Game 2, June 6, 1996. Florida 1 at Colorado 8.
MOST ASSISTS, ONE PERIOD
  3 - Joe Primeau, Toronto, in 3rd period of Game 2, April 7, 1932. Toronto 6 at NY Rangers 2.
    - Toe Blake, Montreal, in 3rd period of Game 4, April 13, 1944. Chicago 4 at Montreal 5.
    - Doug Harvey, Montreal, in 2nd period of Game 1, April 6, 1957. Boston 1 at Montreal 5.
    - Henri Richard, Montreal, in 1st period of Game 1, April 7, 1960. Toronto 2 at Montreal 4.
    - Bobby Rousseau, Montreal, in 1st period of Game 7, May 1, 1965. Chicago 0 at Montreal 4.
    - Pat Stapleton, Chicago, in 1st period of Game 1, April 29, 1973. Chicago 3 at Montreal 8.
    - Paul Coffey, Edmonton, in 1st period of Game 3, May 25, 1985. Philadelphia 3 at Edmonton 4.
    - Larry Murphy, Pittsburgh, in 1st period of Game 5, May 23, 1991. Minnesota 4 at Pittsburgh 6.
    - Joe Sakic, Colorado, in 1st period of Game 2, June 6, 1996. Florida 1 at Colorado 8.
MOST POINTS, ONE PERIOD
  3 - 34 players tied.
MOST POWER-PLAY GOALS, ONE PERIOD
    - Sid Smith, Toronto, in 1st period of Game 2, April 10, 1949. Detroit 1 at Toronto 3.
    - Maurice Richard, Montreal, in 1st period of Game 2, April 6, 1954. Montreal 3 at Detroit 1.
    - Bernie Geoffrion, Montreal, in 1st period of Game 3, April 7, 1955. Detroit 2 at Montreal 4.
    - Brad Park, NY Rangers, in 1st period of Game 3, May 4, 1972. Boston 2 at NY Rangers 5.
    - Peter Forsberg, Colorado, in 1st period of Game 2, June 6, 1996. Florida 1 at Colorado 8.
MOST SHORTHAND GOALS, ONE PERIOD
  1 - numerous players tied.

FASTEST GOALS

FASTEST TWO GOALS
  0:12 - Bernie Geoffrion, Montreal, in Game 3, April 7, 1955. Detroit 2 at Montreal 5. Geoffrion scored at 8:30 and 8:42 of 1st period.
  0:15 - Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, in Game 3, May 25, 1985. Philadelphia 3 at Edmonton 4. Gretzky scored at 1:10 and 1:25 of 1st period.
FASTEST GOAL FROM START OF GAME
  0:10 - Glenn Anderson, Edmonton, in suspended game, May 24, 1988. Edmonton 3 at Boston 3.
    - John Byce, Boston, in Game 3, May 20, 1990. Boston 2 at Edmonton 1.
FASTEST GOAL FROM START OF PERIOD
  0:09 - Brian Skrudland, Montreal, in 1st overtime of Game 2, May 18, 1986. Montreal 3 at Calgary 2 (OT).
  0:10 - Glenn Anderson, Edmonton, in 1st period of suspended game, May 24, 1988. Edmonton 3 at Boston 3.
    - John Byce, Boston, in 1st period of Game 3, May 20, 1990. Boston 2 at Edmonton 1.
FASTEST OVERTIME GOAL
   0:09 - Brian Skrudland, Montreal, in Game 2, May 18, 1986. Montreal 3 at Calgary 2 (OT).
0:11 - Alex Burrows, Vancouver, in Game 2, June 4, 2011. Boston 2 at Vancouver 3 (OT).
   0:31 - Buzz Boll, Toronto, in Game 3, April 9, 1936. Detroit 3 at Toronto 4 (OT).
FASTEST TWO GOALS FROM START OF GAME
  1:08 - Dick Duff, Toronto, in Game 1, April 9, 1963. Detroit 2 at Toronto 4. Duff scored at 0:49 and 1:08 of 1st period.
FASTEST TWO GOALS FROM START OF PERIOD
   0:35 - Pat LaFontaine, NY Islanders, in Game 5, May 19, 1984. NY Islanders 2 at Edmonton 5. LaFontaine scored at 0:13 and 0:35 of 3rd period.

Final Series Goaltending

CAREER GOALTENDING
MOST CAREER SHUTOUTS IN FINALS
   8 - Clint Benedict, Ottawa (1 in 1920, 2 in 1921, 1 in 1923), Mtl. Maroons (3 in 1926, 1 in 1928)
  4 - Turk Broda, Toronto (1 in 1940, 1 in 1942, 1 in 1947, 1 in 1948)
    - Jacques Plante, Montreal (1 in 1956, 1 in 1957, 1 in 1958, 1 in 1960)
    - Patrick Roy, Montreal (1 in 1986), Colorado (1 in 1996, 2 in 2001)
  3 - Harry Lumley, Detroit (2 in 1945, 1 in 1950)
    - Frank McCool, Toronto (3 in 1945)
    - Gerry McNeil, Montreal (2 in 1953, 1 in 1954)
    - Terry Sawchuk, Detroit (2 in 1952, 1 in 1954)
    - Gump Worsley, Montreal (2 in 1965, 1 in 1968)
    - Martin Brodeur, New Jersey (3 in 2003)
MOST CAREER GAMES PLAYED BY A GOALTENDER IN FINALS
  41 - Jacques Plante, Montreal (38), St.Louis (3)
  38 - Turk Broda, Toronto
  37 - Terry Sawchuk, Detroit (33), Toronto (4)
  32 - Glenn Hall, Detroit (5), Chicago (19), St. Louis (8)
    - Ken Dryden, Montreal
MOST CAREER MINUTES PLAYED BY A GOALTENDER IN FINALS
   2423 - Jacques Plante, Montreal (2,279), St. Louis (144)
   2369 - Turk Broda, Toronto
   2185 - Terry Sawchuk, Detroit (1,960), Toronto (225)
   1947 - Ken Dryden, Montreal
   1844 - Glenn Hall, Detroit (300), Chicago (1,060), St. Louis (484)
MOST YEARS BY A GOALTENDER IN FINALS
   10 - Jacques Plante, Montreal (8), St. Louis (2)
   8 - Turk Broda, Toronto
   7 - Terry Sawchuk, Detroit (6), Toronto (1)
    - Glenn Hall, Detroit (1), Chicago (3), St. Louis (3)
   6 - Johnny Bower, Toronto
    - Ken Dryden, Montreal
MOST CONSECUTIVE YEARS BY A GOALTENDER IN FINALS
   8 - Jacques Plante, Montreal (1953-60 inclusive)
   5 - Billy Smith, NY Islanders (1980-84 inclusive)
MOST CAREER WINS BY A GOALTENDER IN FINALS
   25 - Jacques Plante, Montreal
   24 - Ken Dryden, Montreal
   31 - Turk Broda, Toronto
   19 - Terry Sawchuk, Detroit (17), Toronto (2)
   18 - Patrick Roy, Montreal (10), Colorado (8)
MOST CONSECUTIVE WINS BY A GOALTENDER IN FINALS
   10 - Ken Dryden, Montreal. 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 were four wins vs. Philadelphia in 1976, four vs. Boston in 1977 and two more vs. Boston in 1978.
   9 - Turk Broda, Toronto. 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 the 1950 Finals. Included was one win vs. Montreal in 1947, four wins vs. Detroit in 1948 and four vs. Detroit in 1949.
    - Billy Smith, NY 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 was one win vs. Minnesota in 1981, four wins vs. Vancouver in 1982 and four vs. Edmonton in 1983.
LOWEST CAREER GOALS-AGAINST AVERAGE (MINIMUM 15 GAMES PLAYED)
   1.55 - Clint Benedict, Ottawa, Mtl. Maroons (25 games)
   1.82 - Gump Worsley, Montreal (16 games)
   1.86 - Gerry McNeil, Montreal (15 games)
   1.87 - Martin Brodeur, New Jersey (24 games)
   1.92 - Patrick Roy, Montreal, Colorado (27 games)
HIGHEST CAREER WINNING PERCENTAGE (MINIMUM 15 GAMES PLAYED)
  0.75 - Ken Dryden, Montreal (24-8)
   0.739 - Billy Smith, NY Islanders (17-6)
   0.737 - Grant Fuhr, Edmonton (14-5)
   0.733 - Gump Worsley, Montreal (11-4)
   0.667 - Bill Durnan, Montreal (10-5)
    - Patrick Roy, Montreal, Colorado (18-9)

SINGLE FINAL SERIES GOALTENDING

MOST SHUTOUTS BY A GOALTENDER, ONE SERIES
   3 - Clint Benedict, Mtl. Maroons (4 games), in 1926
    - Frank McCool, Toronto (7 games), in 1945.
    - Martin Brodeur, New Jersey (7 games), in 2003.
MOST MINUTES PLAYED BY A GOALTENDER, ONE SERIES
   459 - Harry Lumley, Detroit (7 games), in 1950.
    - Chuck Rayner, NY Rangers (7 games), in 1950.
   455 - Nikolai Khabibulin, Tampa Bay (7 games), in 2004.
   454 - Miikka Kiprusoff, Calgary (7 games), in 2004.
LONGEST SHUTOUT SEQUENCE BY A GOALTENDER
   188:35:00 - Frank McCool, Toronto, in 1945. McCool posted shutouts in each of the first three games against Detroit and did not allow a goal until 8:35 of the first period in Game 4.
   166:03:00 - Dominik Hasek, Detroit, in 2002. Hasek did not allow a Carolina goal from 7:34 of the third period in Game 3 through to 18:50 of the second period in Game 5. NOTE: Game 3 was decided by a Igor Larionov goal at 14:47 of the third overtime period.
FEWEST GOALS ALLOWED BY A GOALTENDER, ONE SERIES (MINIMUM 4 GAMES PLAYED)
  2 - Terry Sawchuk, Detroit (4 games), in 1952.
   3 - Clint Benedict, Mtl. Maroons (4 games), in 1926
    - Alec Connell, Ottawa (4 games), in 1927
    - Rogie Vachon, Montreal (4 games), in 1969.
MOST GOALS ALLOWED BY A GOALTENDER, ONE SERIES
   32 - Tony Esposito, Chicago (6 games), in 1973.
   25 - Johnny Mowers, Detroit (7 games), in 1942.

Coaching

MOST STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONSHIPS BY A COACH
   9 - Scotty Bowman, Montreal (1973-76-77-78-79), Pittsburgh (1992), Detroit (1997-98-2002)
   8 - Toe Blake, Montreal (1956-57-58-59-60-65-66-68)
   5 - Hap Day, Toronto (1942-45-47-48-49)
   4 - Dick Irvin, Toronto (1932), Montreal (1944-46-53)
    - Punch Imlach, Toronto (1962-63-64-67)
    - Al Arbour, NY Islanders (1980-81-82-83)
    - Glen Sather, Edmonton (1984-85-87-88)
MOST YEARS IN THE FINALS BY A COACH
   16 - Dick Irvin, Chicago (1931), Toronto (1932-33-35-36-38-39-40), Montreal (1944-46-47-51-52-53-54-55)
   13 - Scotty Bowman, St. Louis (1968-69-70), Montreal (1973-76-77-78-79), Pittsburgh (1992), Detroit (1995-97-98-2002)
   9 - Toe Blake, Montreal (1956-57-58-59-60-65-66-67-68)
   8* - Lester Patrick, Victoria (1914-25-26), NY Rangers (1928-29-32-33-37)
   6 - Punch Imlach, Toronto (1959-60-62-63-64-67)
MOST GAMES BY A COACH
   77 - Dick Irvin, Chicago (5), Toronto (29), Montreal (43)
   58 - Scotty Bowman, St. Louis (12), Montreal (25), Pittsburgh (4), Detroit (17)
   48 - Toe Blake, Montreal
   33 - Punch Imlach, Toronto
   *30 - Lester Patrick, Victoria (11), NY Rangers (19)
MOST WINS BY A COACH
   36 - Scotty Bowman, Montreal (20), Pittsburgh (4), Detroit (12)
   34 - Toe Blake, Montreal
   32 - Dick Irvin, Chicago (2), Toronto (9), Montreal (21)
   20 - Hap Day, Toronto
   17 - Punch Imlach, Toronto
    - Al Arbour, NY Islanders
BEST WINNING PERCENTAGE BY A COACH (MINIMUM 15 GAMES)
   0.714 - Hap Day, Toronto (20-8 in 28 games)
   0.708 - Toe Blake, Montreal (34-14 in 48 games)
    - Al Arbour, NY Islanders (17-7 in 24 games)
   0.64 - Glen Sather, Edmonton (16-9 in 25 games)
   0.621 - Scotty Bowman, St. Louis (0-12 in 12 games), Montreal (20-5 in 25 games), Pittsburgh (4-0 in 4 games), Detroit (12-5 in 17 games); (36-22 in 58 games overall)
* Lester Patrick’s total includes the 1914 Victoria Aristocrats of the Pacific Coast Hockey Association, prior to the formation of the NHL.

Officiating

MOST GAMES OFFICIATED BY A REFEREE
  42 - Bill Chadwick (1941 through 1955)
  36 - Bill McCreary (1994 through 2007)
  35 - Andy VanHellemond (1977 through 1996)
  24 - Frank Udvari (1956 through 1966)
  21 - Kerry Fraser (1985 through 2004)
MOST GAMES OFFICIATED BY A LINESMAN
  56 - Matt Pavelich (1957 through 1979)
  55 - George Hayes (1948 through 1964)
  54 - John D’Amico (1965 through 1987)
  52 - Ray Scapinello (1980 through 2004)
  48 - Neil Armstrong (1960 through 1977)

Early Playoff Records 1893-1918

Team Records

MOST GOALS, BOTH TEAMS, ONE GAME:
  25 - Ottawa Silver Seven, Dawson City at Ottawa, Jan. 16, 1905. Ottawa 23, Dawson City 2. Ottawa won best-of-three series 2-0.
MOST GOALS, ONE TEAM, ONE GAME:
  23 - Ottawa Silver Seven at Ottawa, Jan. 16, 1905. Ottawa defeated Dawson City 23-2.
MOST GOALS, BOTH TEAMS, BEST-OF-THREE SERIES:
  42 - Ottawa Silver Seven, Queen’s University at Ottawa, 1906. Ottawa defeated Queen’s 16-7, Feb. 27, and 12-7, Feb. 28. Ottawa won best-of-three series 2-0.
MOST GOALS, ONE TEAM, BEST-OF-THREE SERIES:
  32 - Ottawa Silver Seven in 1905 at Ottawa. Ottawa defeated Dawson City 9-2, Jan. 13, and 23-2, Jan. 16.
MOST GOALS, BOTH TEAMS, BEST-OF-FIVE SERIES:
  39 - Toronto Arenas (18), Vancouver Millionaires (21), at Toronto, 1918. Toronto won 5-3, Mar. 20; 6-3, Mar. 26; 2-1, Mar. 30. Vancouver won 6-4, Mar. 23, and 8-1, Mar. 28. Toronto won best-of-five series 3-2.
MOST GOALS, ONE TEAM, BEST-OF-FIVE SERIES:
  26 - Vancouver Millionaires in 1915 at Vancouver. Vancouver defeated Ottawa Senators 6-2, Mar. 22; 8-3, Mar. 24; and 12-3 Mar. 26.

Individual Records

MOST GOALS IN PLAYOFFS:
  63 - Frank McGee, Ottawa Silver Seven, in 22 playoff games. Seven goals in four games, 1903; 21 goals in eight games, 1904; 18 goals in four games, 1905; 17 goals in six games, 1906.
MOST GOALS, ONE PLAYOFF SERIES:
  15 - Frank McGee, Ottawa Silver Seven, in two games in 1905 at Ottawa. Scored one goal, Jan. 13, in 9-2 victory over Dawson City and 14 goals, Jan. 16, in 23-2 victory.
MOST GOALS, ONE PLAYOFF GAME:
  14 - Frank McGee, Ottawa Silver Seven, Jan. 16, 1905 at Ottawa in 23-2 victory over Dawson City.
FASTEST THREE GOALS:
  0:40 - Marty Walsh, Ottawa Senators, at Ottawa, March 16, 1911, at 3:00, 3:10, and 3:40 of third period. Ottawa defeated Port Arthur 13-4.

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