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Stanley Cup Playoffs Record Book: 1918–2010 (Page 1)

Team Records

GAMES PLAYED

MOST GAMES PLAYED, ALL TEAMS,  ONE PLAYOFF YEAR
92 1991. There were 51 DSF, 24 DF, 11 CF, and 6 F games.
90 1994. There were 48 CQF, 23 CSF, 12 CF, and 7 F games.
  2002. There were 47 CQF, 25 CSF, 13 CF, and 5 F games.
MOST GAMES PLAYED, ONE TEAM, ONE PLAYOFF YEAR  
26 Philadelphia Flyers, 1987. Won DSF 4-2 vs. NY Rangers, DF 4-3 vs. NY Islanders, CF 4-2 vs. Montreal and lost F 4-3 vs. Edmonton.
- Calgary Flames, 2004. Won CQF 4-3 vs.Vancouver, CSF 4-2 vs. Detroit, CF 4-2 vs. San Jose and lost F 4-3 vs. Tampa Bay.
25 New Jersey Devils, 2001. Won CQF 4-2 vs. Carolina, CSF 4-3 vs. Toronto, CF 4-1 vs. Pittsburgh and lost F 4-3 vs. Colorado.
- Carolina Hurricanes, 2006. Won CQF 4-2 vs. Montreal, CSF 4-1 vs. New Jersey, CF 4-3 vs. Buffalo and F 4-3 vs. Edmonton.
PLAYOFF 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 (1936-37-43-50-52-54-55-97-98-2002-08).
MOST CONSECUTIVE STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONSHIPS  
5 Montreal Canadiens (1956-57-58-59-60).
4 Montreal Canadiens (1976-77-78-79).
- New York Islanders (1980-81-82-83).
MOST FINAL SERIES APPEARANCES  
32 Montreal Canadiens in 93-year history.
24 Detroit Red Wings in 84-year history.
21 Toronto Maple Leafs in 93-year history.
MOST CONSECUTIVE FINAL SERIES APPEARANCES  
10 Montreal Canadiens (1951-60, inclusive).
5 Montreal Canadiens (1965-69, inclusive).
- New York Islanders (1980-84, inclusive).
MOST YEARS IN PLAYOFFS  
79 Montreal Canadiens in 93-year history.
66 Boston Bruins in 86-year history.
64 Toronto Maple Leafs in 93-year history.
MOST CONSECUTIVE PLAYOFF APPEARANCES  
29 Boston Bruins (1968-96, inclusive).
28 Chicago Blackhawks (1970-97, inclusive).
25 St. Louis Blues (1980-2004, inclusive).
24 Montreal Canadiens (1971-94, inclusive).
21 Montreal Canadiens (1949-69, inclusive).
TEAM WINS  
MOST HOME WINS, ONE TEAM, ONE PLAYOFF YEAR  
12 New Jersey Devils, 2003. Won three vs. Boston in CQF; three vs. Tampa Bay in CSF; two vs. Ottawa in CF; four vs. Anaheim in F.
11 Edmonton Oilers, 1988. Won three vs. Winnipeg in DSF; two vs. Calgary in DF; three vs. Detroit in CF; three vs. Boston in F.
- Detroit Red Wings, 2009. Won two vs. Columbus in CQF; three vs. Anaheim in CSF; three vs. Chicago in CF; three vs. Pittsburgh in F.
MOST HOME WINS, ALL TEAMS, ONE PLAYOFF YEAR  
57 1991. Of 92 games played, home teams won 57 (29 DSF, 17 DF, 8 CF and 3 F).
MOST ROAD WINS, ONE TEAM, ONE PLAYOFF YEAR  
10 New Jersey Devils, 1995. Won three at Boston in CQF; two at Pittsburgh in CSF; three at Philadelphia in CF; two at Detroit in F.
- New Jersey Devils, 2000. Won two at Florida in CQF; two at Toronto in CSF; three at Philadelphia in CF; three at Dallas in F.
- Calgary Flames, 2004. Won three at Vancouver in CQF; two at Detroit in CSF; three at San Jose in CF; two at Tampa Bay in F.
8 New York Islanders, 1980. Won two at Los Angeles in PRE; three at Boston in QF; two at Buffalo in SF; one at Philadelphia in F.
- Philadelphia Flyers, 1987. Won two at NY Rangers in DSF; two at NY Islanders in DF; three at Montreal in CF; one at Edmonton in F.
- Edmonton Oilers, 1990. Won one at Winnipeg in DSF; two at Los Angeles in DF; two at Chicago in CF; three at Boston in F.
- Pittsburgh Penguins, 1992. Won two at Washington in DSF; two at NY Rangers in DF; two at Boston in CF; two at Chicago in F.
- Vancouver Canucks, 1994. Won three at Calgary in CQF; two at Dallas in CSF; one at Toronto in CF; two at NY Rangers in F.
- Colorado Avalanche, 1996. Won two at Vancouver in CQF; two at Chicago in CSF; two at Detroit in CF; two at Florida in F.
- Detroit Red Wings, 1998. Won two at Phoenix in CQF; three at St. Louis in CSF; one at Dallas in CF; two at Washington in F.
- Colorado Avalanche, 1999. Won three at San Jose in CQF; three at Detroit in CSF; two at Dallas in CF.
- New Jersey Devils, 2001. Won two at Carolina in CQF; two at Toronto in CSF; two at Pittsburgh in CF; two at Colorado in F.
- Detroit Red Wings, 2002. Won three at Vancouver in CQF; one at St. Louis in CSF; two at Colorado in CF; two at Carolina in F.
- Chicago Blackhawks, 2010. Won two at Nashville in CQF; three at Vancouver in CSF; two at San Jose in CF; one at Philadelphia in F.
MOST ROAD WINS, ALL TEAMS, ONE PLAYOFF YEAR  
46 1987. Of 87 games played, road teams won 46 (22 DSF, 14 DF, 8 CF and 2 F).
MOST OVERTIME WINS, ONE TEAM, ONE PLAYOFF YEAR  
10 Montreal Canadiens, 1993. Won two vs. Quebec in DSF; three vs. Buffalo in DF; two vs. NY Islanders in CF; three vs. Los Angeles in F.
7 Carolina Hurricanes, 2002. Won two vs. New Jersey in CQF; one vs. Montreal in CSF; three vs. Toronto in CF; one vs. Detroit in F.
- Anaheim Mighty Ducks, 2003. Won two vs. Detroit in CQF; two vs. Dallas in CSF; one vs. Toronto in CF; two vs. New Jersey in F.
MOST OVERTIME WINS AT HOME, ONE TEAM, ONE PLAYOFF YEAR  
4 St. Louis Blues, 1968. Won one vs. Philadelphia in QF; three vs. Minnesota in SF.
- Montreal Canadiens, 1993. Won one vs. Quebec in DSF; one vs. Buffalo in DF; one vs. NY Islanders in CF; one vs. Los Angeles in F.
MOST OVERTIME WINS ON THE ROAD, ONE TEAM, ONE PLAYOFF YEAR  
6 Montreal Canadiens, 1993. Won one at Quebec in DSF; two at Buffalo in DF; one at NY Islanders in CF; two at Los Angeles in F.
TEAM LOSSES
MOST LOSSES, ONE TEAM, ONE PLAYOFF YEAR  
11 Philadelphia Flyers, 1987. Lost two vs. NY Rangers in DSF; three vs. NY Islanders in DF; two vs. Montreal in CF; four vs. Edmonton in F.
- Calgary Flames, 2004. Lost three vs. Vancouver in CQF; two vs. Detroit in CSF; two vs. San Jose in CF; four vs. Tampa Bay in F.
MOST HOME LOSSES, ONE TEAM, ONE PLAYOFF YEAR
7 Calgary Flames, 2004. Lost two vs. Vancouver in CQF; one vs. Detroit in CSF; two vs. San Jose in CF; two vs. Tampa Bay in F.
6 Philadelphia Flyers, 1987. Lost one vs. NY Rangers in DSF; two vs. NY Islanders in DF; two vs. Montreal in CF; one vs. Edmonton in F.
- Washington Capitals, 1998. Lost two vs. Boston in CQF; two vs. Buffalo in CF; two vs. Detroit in F.
- Colorado Avalanche, 1999. Lost two vs. San Jose in CQF; two vs. Detroit in CSF; two vs. Dallas in CF.
- New Jersey Devils, 2001. Lost one vs. Carolina in CQF; two vs. Toronto in CSF; one vs. Pittsburgh in CF; two vs. Colorado in F.
- Minnesota Wild, 2003. Lost two vs. Colorado in CQF; two vs. Vancouver in CSF; two vs. Anaheim in CF.
MOST ROAD LOSSES, ONE TEAM, ONE PLAYOFF YEAR  
7 New Jersey Devils, 2003. Lost one at Boston in CQF; one at Tampa Bay in CSF; two at Ottawa in CF; three at Anaheim in F.
- Philadelphia Flyers, 2010. Lost one at New Jersey in CQF; two at Boston in CSF; one at Montreal in CF; three at Chicago in F.
MOST OVERTIME LOSSES, ONE TEAM, ONE PLAYOFF YEAR  
4 Montreal Canadiens, 1951. Lost four vs. Toronto in F.
- St. Louis Blues, 1968. Lost one vs. Philadelphia in QF; one vs. Minnesota in SF; two vs. Montreal in F.
- New York Rangers, 1979. Lost one vs. Philadelphia in QF; two vs. NY Islanders in SF; one vs. Montreal in F.
- Los Angeles Kings, 1991. Lost one vs. Vancouver in DSF; three vs. Edmonton in DF.
- Los Angeles Kings, 1993. Lost one vs. Toronto in CF; three vs. Montreal in F.
- New Jersey Devils, 1994. Lost one vs. Buffalo in CQF; one vs. Boston in CSF; two vs. NY Rangers in CF.
- Chicago Blackhawks, 1995. Lost one vs. Toronto in CQF; three vs. Detroit in CF.
- Philadelphia Flyers, 1996. Lost two vs. Tampa Bay in CQF; two vs. Florida in CSF.
- Dallas Stars, 1999. Lost two vs. St. Louis in CSF; one vs. Colorado in CF; one vs. Buffalo in F.
- Detroit Red Wings, 2002. Lost one vs. Vancouver in CQF; two vs. Colorado in CF; one vs. Carolina in F.
- New Jersey Devils, 2003. Lost two vs. Ottawa in CF; two vs. Anaheim in F.
MOST OVERTIME LOSSES AT HOME, ONE TEAM, ONE PLAYOFF YEAR  
4 Detroit Red Wings, 2002. Lost one vs. Vancouver in CQF; two vs. Colorado in CF; one vs. Carolina in F.
MOST OVERTIME LOSSES ON THE ROAD, ONE TEAM, ONE PLAYOFF YEAR  
3 Los Angeles Kings, 1991. Lost one at Vancouver in DSF; two at Edmonton in DF.
- Chicago Blackhawks, 1995. Lost one at Toronto in CQF; two at Detroit in CF.
- St. Louis Blues, 1996. Lost two at Toronto in CQF; one at Detroit in CSF.
- Dallas Stars, 1999. Lost two at St. Louis in CSF; one at Colorado in CF.
- New Jersey Devils, 2003. Lost one at Ottawa in CF; two at Anaheim in F.
PLAYOFF WINNING STREAKS  
LONGEST PLAYOFF WINNING STREAK  
14 Pittsburgh Penguins. Streak started May 9, 1992 as Pittsburgh won the first of three straight games in DF vs. NY Rangers. Continued with four wins vs. Boston in 1992 CF and four wins vs. Chicago in 1992 F. Pittsburgh then won the first three games of 1993 DSF vs. New Jersey. New Jersey ended the streak April 25, 1993, at New Jersey with a 4-1 win vs. Pittsburgh in the fourth game of 1993 DSF.
12 Edmonton Oilers. Streak started May 15, 1984 as Edmonton won the first of three straight games in F vs. NY Islanders. Continued with three wins vs. Los Angeles in 1985 DSF and four wins vs. Winnipeg in 1985 DF. Edmonton then won the first two games of 1985 CF vs. Chicago. Chicago ended the streak May 9, 1985, at Chicago with a 5-2 win vs. Edmonton in the third game of 1985 CF.
MOST CONSECUTIVE WINS, ONE TEAM, ONE PLAYOFF YEAR  
11 Chicago Blackhawks in 1992. Chicago won last three games of DSF vs. St. Louis to win series 4-2, defeated Detroit 4-0 in DF and Edmonton 4-0 in CF.
- Pittsburgh Penguins in 1992. Pittsburgh won last three games of DF vs. NY Rangers to win series 4-2, defeated Boston 4-0 in CF and Chicago 4-0 in F.
- Montreal Canadiens in 1993. Montreal won last four games of DSF vs. Quebec to win series 4-2, defeated Buffalo 4-0 in DF and won first three games of CF vs. NY Islanders.
PLAYOFF LOSING STREAKS  
LONGEST PLAYOFF LOSING STREAK  
16 Chicago Black Hawks. Streak started April 20, 1975 at Chicago with a 6-2 loss in fourth game of QF vs. Buffalo, won by Buffalo 4-1. Continued with four consecutive losses vs. Montreal in 1976 QF and two straight losses vs. NY Islanders in 1977 PRE. Chicago then lost four games vs. Boston in 1978 QF and four games vs. NY Islanders in 1979 QF. Chicago ended the streak April 8, 1980, at Chicago with a 3-2 win vs. St. Louis in the first game of 1980 PRE.
14 Los Angeles Kings. Streak started June 3, 1993 at Montreal with a 3-2 loss in second game of F vs. Montreal, won by Montreal 4-1. Los Angeles failed to qualify for the playoffs for the next four years. Los Angeles then lost four games vs. St. Louis in 1998 CQF; missed the 1999 playoffs and lost four games vs. Detroit in 2000 CQF. Los Angeles then lost the first two games of 2001 CQF vs. Detroit. Los Angeles ended the streak April 15, 2001, at Los Angeles with a 2-1 win vs. Detroit in the third game of 2001 CQF.
MOST GOALS IN A SERIES, ONE TEAM  
MOST GOALS, ONE TEAM, ONE PLAYOFF SERIES  
44 Edmonton Oilers in 1985 CF. Edmonton won series 4-2, outscoring Chicago 44-25.
35 Edmonton Oilers in 1983 DF. Edmonton won series 4-1, outscoring Calgary 35-13.
- Calgary Flames in 1995 CQF. Calgary lost series 4-3, outscoring San Jose 35-26.
MOST GOALS, ONE TEAM, TWO-GAME SERIES  
11 Buffalo Sabres in 1977 PRE. Buffalo won series 2-0, outscoring Minnesota 11-3.
- Toronto Maple Leafs in 1978 PRE. Toronto won series 2-0, outscoring Los Angeles 11-3.
MOST GOALS, ONE TEAM, THREE-GAME SERIES  
23 Chicago Black Hawks in 1985 DSF. Chicago won series 3-0, outscoring Detroit 23-8.
20 Minnesota North Stars in 1981 PRE. Minnesota won series 3-0, outscoring Boston 20-13.
- New York Islanders in 1981 PRE. NY Islanders won series 3-0, outscoring Toronto 20-4.
MOST GOALS, ONE TEAM, FOUR-GAME SERIES  
28 Boston Bruins in 1972 SF. Boston won series 4-0, outscoring St. Louis 28-8.
26 Montreal Canadiens in 1946 SF. Montreal won series 4-0, outscoring Chicago 26-7.
MOST GOALS, ONE TEAM, FIVE-GAME SERIES  
35 Edmonton Oilers in 1983 DF. Edmonton won series 4-1, outscoring Calgary 35-13.
32 Edmonton Oilers in 1987 DSF. Edmonton won series 4-1, outscoring Los Angeles 32-20.
MOST GOALS, ONE TEAM, SIX-GAME SERIES  
44 Edmonton Oilers in 1985 CF. Edmonton won series 4-2, outscoring Chicago 44-25.
33 Montreal Canadiens in 1973 F. Montreal won series 4-2, outscoring Chicago 33-23.
- Chicago Black Hawks in 1985 DF. Chicago won series 4-2, outscoring Minnesota 33-29.
- Los Angeles Kings in 1993 DSF. Los Angeles won series 4-2, outscoring Calgary 33-28.
MOST GOALS, ONE TEAM, SEVEN-GAME SERIES  
35 Calgary Flames in 1995 CQF. Calgary lost series 4-3, outscoring San Jose 35-26.
33 Philadelphia Flyers in 1976 QF. Philadelphia won series 4-3, outscoring Toronto 33-23.
- Boston Bruins in 1983 DF. Boston won series 4-3, outscoring Buffalo 33-23.
- Edmonton Oilers in 1984 DF. Edmonton won series 4-3, outscoring Calgary 33-27.
FEWEST GOALS IN A SERIES, ONE TEAM  
FEWEST GOALS, ONE TEAM, TWO-GAME SERIES  
0 Toronto St. Patricks in 1921 NHL F. Toronto lost total-goals series 7-0 vs. Ottawa.
- New York Americans in 1929 SF. NY Americans lost total-goals series 1-0 vs. NY Rangers.
- New York Rangers in 1931 SF. NY Rangers lost total-goals series 3-0 vs. Chicago.
- Chicago Black Hawks in 1935 SF. Chicago lost total-goals series 1-0 vs. Mtl. Maroons.
- Montreal Maroons in 1937 SF. Mtl. Maroons lost series 2-0, outscored by NY Rangers 5-0.
- New York Americans in 1939 QF. NY Americans lost series 2-0, outscored by Toronto 5-0.
FEWEST GOALS, ONE TEAM, THREE-GAME SERIES  
1 Montreal Maroons in 1936 SF. Montreal lost series 3-0, outscored by Detroit 6-1.
FEWEST GOALS, ONE TEAM, FOUR-GAME SERIES  
1 Minnesota Wild in 2003 CF. Minnesota lost series 4-0, outscored by Anaheim 9-1.
FEWEST GOALS, ONE TEAM, FIVE-GAME SERIES  
2 Philadelphia Flyers in 2002 CQF. Philadelphia lost series 4-1, outscored by Ottawa 11-2.
FEWEST GOALS, ONE TEAM, SIX-GAME SERIES  
5 Boston Bruins in 1951 SF. Boston lost series 4-1 with 1 tie, outscored by Toronto 17-5.
FEWEST GOALS, ONE TEAM, SEVEN-GAME SERIES  
8 Vancouver Canucks in 2011. Boston won best-of-seven F 4-3, outscoring Vancouver 22-8.
9 Toronto Maple Leafs in 1945 F. Toronto won series 4-3; tied in scoring by Detroit 9-9.
- Detroit Red Wings in 1945 F. Detroit lost series 4-3; tied in scoring by Toronto 9-9.
MOST GOALS IN A SERIES, BOTH TEAMS MOST GOALS, BOTH TEAMS, ONE PLAYOFF SERIES  
69 Edmonton Oilers (44), Chicago Blackhawks (25) in 1985 CF. Edmonton won series 4-2.
62 Chicago Black Hawks (33), Minnesota North Stars (29) in 1985 DF. Chicago won series 4-2.
MOST GOALS, BOTH TEAMS, TWO-GAME SERIES  
17 Toronto St. Patricks (10), Montreal Canadiens (7) in 1918 NHL F. Toronto won total-goals series.
15 Boston Bruins (10), Chicago Black Hawks (5) in 1927 QF. Boston won total-goals series.
- Pittsburgh Penguins (9), St. Louis Blues (6) in 1975 PRE. Pittsburgh won series 2-0.
MOST GOALS, BOTH TEAMS, THREE-GAME SERIES  
33 Minnesota North Stars (20), Boston Bruins (13) in 1981 PRE. Minnesota won series 3-0.
31 Chicago Black Hawks (23), Detroit Red Wings (8) in 1985 DSF. Chicago won series 3-0.
MOST GOALS, BOTH TEAMS, FOUR-GAME SERIES  
36 Boston Bruins (28), St. Louis Blues (8) in 1972 SF. Boston won series 4-0.
- Minnesota North Stars (18), Toronto Maple Leafs (18) in 1983 DSF. Minnesota won series 3-1.
- Edmonton Oilers (25), Chicago Blackhawks (11) in 1983 CF. Edmonton won series 4-0.
35 New York Rangers (23), Los Angeles Kings (12) in 1981 PRE. NY Rangers won series 3-1.
MOST GOALS, BOTH TEAMS, FIVE-GAME SERIES  
52 Edmonton Oilers (32), Los Angeles Kings (20) in 1987 DSF. Edmonton won series 4-1.
50 Los Angeles Kings (27), Edmonton Oilers (23) in 1982 DSF. Los Angeles won series 3-2.
MOST GOALS, BOTH TEAMS, SIX-GAME SERIES  
69 Edmonton Oilers (44), Chicago Black Hawks (25) in 1985 CF. Edmonton won series 4-2.
62 Chicago Black Hawks (33), Minnesota North Stars (29) in 1985 DF. Chicago won series 4-2.
MOST GOALS, BOTH TEAMS, SEVEN-GAME SERIES  
61 Calgary Flames (35), San Jose Sharks (26) in 1995 CQF. San Jose won series 4-3.
60 Edmonton Oilers (33), Calgary Flames (27) in 1984 DF. Edmonton won series 4-3.
FEWEST GOALS IN A SERIES, BOTH TEAMS FEWEST GOALS, BOTH TEAMS, TWO-GAME SERIES  
1 New York Rangers (1), New York Americans (0) in 1929 SF. NY Rangers won total-goals series.
- Montreal Maroons (1), Chicago Black Hawks (0) in 1935 SF. Mtl. Maroons won total-goals series.
FEWEST GOALS, BOTH TEAMS, THREE-GAME SERIES  
7 Boston Bruins (5), Montreal Canadiens (2) in 1929 SF. Boston won series 3-0.
- Detroit Red Wings (6), Montreal Maroons (1) in 1936 SF. Detroit won series 3-0.
FEWEST GOALS, BOTH TEAMS, FOUR-GAME SERIES  
9 Toronto Maple Leafs (7), Boston Bruins (2) in 1935 SF. Toronto won series 3-1.
FEWEST GOALS, BOTH TEAMS, FIVE-GAME SERIES  
11 Montreal Maroons (6), New York Rangers (5) in 1928 F. NY Rangers won series 3-2.
FEWEST GOALS, BOTH TEAMS, SIX-GAME SERIES  
16 Carolina Hurricanes (10), Toronto Maple Leafs (6) in 2002 CF. Carolina won series 4-2.
FEWEST GOALS, BOTH TEAMS, SEVEN-GAME SERIES  
18 Toronto Maple Leafs (9), Detroit Red Wings (9) in 1945 F. Toronto won series 4-3.
MOST GOALS IN A GAME OR PERIOD MOST GOALS, ONE TEAM, ONE GAME  
13 Edmonton Oilers, April 9, 1987, vs. Los Angeles at Edmonton. Edmonton won 13-3.
12 Los Angeles Kings, April 10, 1990, vs. Calgary at Los Angeles. Los Angeles won 12-4.
11 Montreal Canadiens, March 30, 1944, vs. Toronto at Montreal. Montreal won 11-0.
- Edmonton Oilers, May 4, 1985, vs. Chicago at Edmonton. Edmonton won 11-2.
MOST GOALS, ONE TEAM, ONE PERIOD  
7 Montreal Canadiens, March 30, 1944, vs. Toronto at Montreal, third period. Montreal won 11-0.
MOST GOALS, BOTH TEAMS, ONE GAME  
18 Los Angeles Kings (10), Edmonton Oilers (8), April 7, 1982, at Edmonton. Los Angeles won DSF 3-2.
17 Pittsburgh Penguins (10), Philadelphia Flyers (7), April 25, 1989, at Pittsburgh. Philadelphia won DF 4-3.
16 Edmonton Oilers (13), Los Angeles Kings (3), April 9, 1987, at Edmonton. Edmonton won DSF 4-1.
- Los Angeles Kings (12), Calgary Flames (4), April 10, 1990, at Los Angeles. Los Angeles won DF 4-2.
MOST GOALS, BOTH TEAMS, ONE PERIOD  
9 New York Rangers (6), Philadelphia Flyers (3), April 24, 1979, third period at Philadelphia. NY Rangers won 8-3.
- Los Angeles Kings (5), Calgary Flames (4), April 10, 1990, second period at Los Angeles. Los Angeles won 12-4.
8 Chicago Black Hawks (5), Montreal Canadiens (3), May 8, 1973, second period at Montreal. Chicago won 8-7
- Chicago Black Hawks (5), Edmonton Oilers (3), May 12, 1985, first period at Chicago. Chicago won 8-6.
- Edmonton Oilers (6), Winnipeg Jets (2), April 6, 1988, third period at Edmonton. Edmonton won 7-4.
- Hartford Whalers (5), Montreal Canadiens (3), April 10, 1988, third period at Hartford. Hartford won 7-5.
- Vancouver Canucks (5), New York Rangers (3), June 9, 1994, third period at NY Rangers. Vancouver won 6-3.
- Pittsbrugh Penguins (5), Ottawa Senators (3), April 20, 2010, second period at Ottawa. Pittsburgh won 7-4.
TEAM POWER-PLAY GOALS  
MOST POWER-PLAY GOALS, ALL TEAMS, ONE PLAYOFF YEAR  
199 1988 in 83 games.
MOST POWER-PLAY GOALS, ONE TEAM, ONE PLAYOFF YEAR  
35 Minnesota North Stars, 1991, in 23 games.
32 Edmonton Oilers, 1988, in 18 games.
31 New York Islanders, 1981, in 18 games.
MOST POWER-PLAY GOALS, ONE TEAM, ONE SERIES  
15 New York Islanders in 1980 F vs. Philadelphia. NY Islanders won series 4-2.
- Minnesota North Stars in 1991 DSF vs. Chicago. Minnesota won series 4-2.
13 New York Islanders in 1981 QF vs. Edmonton. NY Islanders won series 4-2.
- Calgary Flames in 1986 CF vs. St. Louis. Calgary won series 4-3.
MOST POWER-PLAY GOALS, BOTH TEAMS, ONE SERIES  
21 New York Islanders (15), Philadelphia Flyers (6) in 1980 F, won by NY Islanders 4-2.
- New York Islanders (13), Edmonton Oilers (8) in 1981 QF, won by NY Islanders 4-2.
- Philadelphia Flyers (11), Pittsburgh Penguins (10) in 1989 DF, won by Philadelphia 4-3.
- Minnesota North Stars (15), Chicago Blackhawks (6) in 1991 DSF, won by Minnesota 4-2.
MOST POWER-PLAY GOALS, ONE TEAM, ONE GAME  
6 Boston Bruins, April 2, 1969, vs. Toronto at Boston. Boston won 10-0.
MOST POWER-PLAY GOALS, BOTH TEAMS, ONE GAME  
8 Minnesota North Stars (4), St. Louis Blues (4), April 24, 1991, at Minnesota. Minnesota won 8-4.
7 Minnesota North Stars (4), Edmonton Oilers (3), April 28, 1984, at Minnesota. Edmonton won 8-5.
- Philadelphia Flyers (4), New York Rangers (3), April 13, 1985, at NY Rangers. Philadelphia won 6-5.
- Chicago Black Hawks (5), Edmonton Oilers (2), May 14, 1985, at Edmonton. Edmonton won 10-5.
- Edmonton Oilers (5), Los Angeles Kings (2), April 9, 1987, at Edmonton. Edmonton won 13-3.
- Vancouver Canucks (4), Calgary Flames (3), April 9, 1989, at Vancouver. Vancouver won 5-3.
MOST POWER-PLAY GOALS, ONE TEAM, ONE PERIOD  
4 Toronto Maple Leafs, March 26, 1936, second period vs. Boston at Toronto. Toronto won 8-3.
- Minnesota North Stars, April 28, 1984, second period vs. Edmonton at Minnesota. Edmonton won 8-5.
- Boston Bruins, April 11, 1991, third period vs. Hartford at Boston. Boston won 6-1.
- Minnesota North Stars, April 24, 1991, second period vs. St. Louis at Minnesota. Minnesota won 8-4.
- St. Louis Blues, April 27, 1998, third period at Los Angeles. St. Louis won 4-3.
MOST POWER-PLAY GOALS, BOTH TEAMS, ONE PERIOD  
5 Minnesota North Stars (4), Edmonton Oilers (1), April 28, 1984, second period at Minnesota. Edmonton won 8-5.
- Vancouver Canucks (3), Calgary Flames (2), April 9, 1989, third period at Vancouver. Vancouver won 5-3.
- Minnesota North Stars (4), St. Louis Blues (1), April 24, 1991, second period at Minnesota. Minnesota won 8-4.
TEAM SHORTHAND GOALS  
MOST SHORTHAND GOALS, ALL TEAMS, ONE PLAYOFF YEAR  
33 1988, in 83 games.
MOST SHORTHAND GOALS, ONE TEAM, ONE PLAYOFF YEAR  
10 Edmonton Oilers, 1983, in 16 games.
9 New York Islanders, 1981, in 19 games.
8 Philadelphia Flyers, 1989, in 19 games.
MOST SHORTHAND GOALS, ONE TEAM, ONE SERIES  
6 Calgary Flames in 1995 CQF vs. San Jose. San Jose won series 4-3.
- Vancouver Canucks in 1995 CQF vs. St. Louis. Vancouver won series 4-3.
5 New York Rangers in 1979 QF vs. Philadelphia. NY Rangers won series 4-1.
- Edmonton Oilers in 1983 DF vs. Calgary. Edmonton won series 4-1.
MOST SHORTHAND GOALS, BOTH TEAMS, ONE SERIES  
7 Boston Bruins (4), New York Rangers (3) in 1958 SF. Boston won series 4-2.
- Edmonton Oilers (5), Calgary Flames (2) in 1983 DF. Edmonton won series 4-1.
- Vancouver Canucks (6), St. Louis Blues (1) in 1995 CQF. Vancouver won series 4-3.
MOST SHORTHAND GOALS, ONE TEAM, ONE GAME  
3 Boston Bruins, April 11, 1981, at Minnesota. Minnesota won 6-3.
- New York Islanders, April 17, 1983, at NY Rangers. NY Rangers won 7-6.
- Toronto Maple Leafs, May 8, 1994, at San Jose. Toronto won 8-3.
MOST SHORTHAND GOALS, BOTH TEAMS, ONE GAME  
4 Boston Bruins (3), Minnesota North Stars (1), April 11, 1981, at Minnesota. Minnesota won 6-3.
- New York Islanders (3), New York Rangers (1), April 17, 1983, at NY Rangers. NY Rangers won 7-6.
- Toronto Maple Leafs (3), San Jose Sharks (1), May 8, 1994, at San Jose. Toronto won 8-3.
3 Toronto Maple Leafs (2), Detroit Red Wings (1), April 5, 1947, at Toronto. Toronto won 6-1.
- New York Rangers (2), Boston Bruins (1), April 1, 1958, at Boston. NY Rangers won 5-2.
- Minnesota North Stars (2), Philadelphia Flyers (1), May 4, 1980, at Minnesota. Philadelphia won 5-3.
- Winnipeg Jets (2), Edmonton Oilers (1), April 9, 1988, at Winnipeg. Winnipeg won 6-4.
- New York Islanders (2), New Jersey Devils (1), April 14, 1988, at New Jersey. New Jersey won 6-5.
- Montreal Canadiens (2), New Jersey Devils (1), April 17, 1997, at New Jersey. New Jersey won 5-2.
- Dallas Stars (2), San Jose Sharks (1), May 5, 2000, at San Jose. Dallas won 5-4.
- Detroit Red Wings (2), Calgary Flames (1), April 21, 2007, at Detroit. Detroit won 5-1.
MOST SHORTHAND GOALS, ONE TEAM, ONE PERIOD  
2 Toronto Maple Leafs, April 5, 1947, first period vs. Detroit at Toronto. Toronto won 6-1.
- Toronto Maple Leafs, April 13, 1965, first period vs. Montreal at Toronto. Montreal won 4-3.
- Boston Bruins, April 20, 1969, first period vs. Montreal at Boston. Boston won 3-2.
- Boston Bruins, April 8, 1970, second period vs. NY Rangers at Boston. Boston won 8-2.
- Boston Bruins, April 30, 1972, first period vs. NY Rangers at Boston. Boston won 6-5.
- Chicago Black Hawks, May 3, 1973, first period vs. Montreal at Chicago. Chicago won 7-4.
- Montreal Canadiens, April 23, 1978, first period at Detroit. Montreal won 8-0.
- New York Islanders, April 8, 1980, second period vs. Los Angeles at NY Islanders. NY Islanders won 8-1.
- Los Angeles Kings, April 9, 1980, first period at NY Islanders. Los Angeles won 6-3.
- Boston Bruins, April 13, 1980, second period at Pittsburgh. Boston won 8-3.
- Minnesota North Stars, May 4, 1980, second period vs. Philadelphia at Minnesota. Philadelphia won 5-3.
- Boston Bruins, April 11, 1981, third period at Minnesota. Minnesota won 6-3.
- New York Islanders, May 12, 1981, first period vs. Minnesota at NY Islanders. NY Islanders won 6-3.
- Montreal Canadiens, April 7, 1982, third period vs. Quebec at Montreal. Montreal won 5-1.
- Edmonton Oilers, April 24, 1983, third period vs. Chicago at Edmonton. Edmonton won 8-4.
- Winnipeg Jets, April 14, 1985, second period at Calgary. Winnipeg won 5-3.
- Boston Bruins, April 6, 1988, first period vs. Buffalo at Boston. Boston won 7-3.
- New York Islanders, April 14, 1988, third period at New Jersey. New Jersey won 6-5.
- Detroit Red Wings, April 29, 1993, second period at Toronto. Detroit won 7-3.
- Toronto Maple Leafs, May 8, 1994, third period at San Jose. Toronto won 8-3.
- Calgary Flames, May 11, 1995, first period at San Jose. Calgary won 9-2.
- Vancouver Canucks, May 15, 1995, second period at St. Louis. Vancouver won 6-5.
- Montreal Canadiens, April 17, 1997, second period at New Jersey. New Jersey won 5-2.
- Philadelphia Flyers, April 26, 1997, first period vs. Pittsburgh at Philadelphia. Philadelphia won 6-3.
- Phoenix Coyotes, April 24, 1998, second period at Detroit. Phoenix won 7-4.
- Buffalo Sabres, April 27, 1998, second period vs. Philadelphia at Buffalo. Buffalo won 6-1.
- San Jose Sharks, April 30, 1999, third period at Colorado. San Jose won 7-3.
- Detroit Red Wings, April 27, 2002, second period at Vancouver. Detroit won 6-4.
- Detroit Red Wings, April 21, 2007, second period at Detroit. Detroit won 5-1.
MOST SHORTHAND GOALS, BOTH TEAMS, ONE PERIOD  
3 Toronto Maple Leafs (2), Detroit Red Wings (1), April 5, 1947, first period at Toronto. Toronto won 6-1.
- Toronto Maple Leafs (2), San Jose Sharks (1), May 8, 1994, third period at San Jose. Toronto won 8-3.
FASTEST GOALS  
FASTEST FIVE GOALS, BOTH TEAMS  
3:06 Minnesota North Stars, Chicago Black Hawks, April 21, 1985, at Chicago. Keith Brown scored for Chicago at 1:12 of the second period; Ken Yaremchuk, Chicago, 1:27; Dino Ciccarelli, Minnesota, 2:48; Tony McKegney, Minnesota, 4:07; and Curt Fraser, Chicago, 4:18. Chicago won game 6-2 and won DF 4-2.
3:20 Minnesota North Stars, Philadelphia Flyers, April 29, 1980, at Philadelphia. Paul Shmyr scored for Minnesota at 13:20 of the first period; Steve Christoff, Minnesota, 13:59; Ken Linseman, Philadelphia, 14:54; Tom Gorence, Philadelphia, 15:36; and Ken Linseman, Philadelphia, 16:40. Minnesota won game 6-5. Philadelphia won SF 4-1.
3:58 Detroit Red Wings, Phoenix Coyotes, April 16, 2010, at Phoenix. Henrik Zetterberg scored for Detroit at 6:27 of the second period; Wojtek Wolski, Phoenix, 7:05; Pavel Datsyuk, Detroit, 8:20; Matthew Lombardi, Phoenix, 9:09; Valtteri Filppula, Detroit, 10:25. Detroit won game 7-4 and won CQF 4-3.
FASTEST FIVE GOALS, ONE TEAM  
3:36 Montreal Canadiens, March 30, 1944, at Montreal vs. Toronto. Toe Blake scored at 7:58 and 8:37 of the third period; Maurice Richard, 9:17; Ray Getliffe, 10:33; and Buddy O’Connor, 11:34. Canadiens won game 11-0 and won SF 4-1.
FASTEST FOUR GOALS, BOTH TEAMS  
1:33 Toronto Maple Leafs, Philadelphia Flyers, April 20, 1976, at Philadelphia. Don Saleski scored for Philadelphia at 10:04 of the second period; Bob Neely, Toronto, 10:42; Gary Dornhoefer, Philadelphia, 11:24; and Don Saleski, Philadelphia, 11:37. Philadelphia won game 7-1 and won QF 4-3.
1:34 Calgary Flames, Montreal Canadiens, May 20, 1986, at Montreal. Joel Otto scored for Calgary at 17:59 of the first period; Bobby Smith, Montreal, 18:25; Mats Naslund, Montreal, 19:17; and Bob Gainey, Montreal, 19:33. Montreal won game 5-3 and won F 4-1.
1:38 Boston Bruins, Philadelphia Flyers, April 26, 1977, at Philadelphia. Gregg Sheppard scored for Boston at 14:01 of the second period; Mike Milbury, Boston, 15:01; Gary Dornhoefer, Philadelphia, 15:16; and Jean Ratelle, Boston, 15:39. Boston won game 5-4 and won SF 4-0.
FASTEST FOUR GOALS, ONE TEAM  
2:35 Montreal Canadiens, March 30, 1944, at Montreal, vs. Toronto. Toe Blake scored at 7:58 and 8:37 of third period; Maurice Richard, 9:17; and Ray Getliffe, 10:33. Montreal won game 11-0 and won SF 4-1.
FASTEST THREE GOALS, BOTH TEAMS  
0:21 Chicago Black Hawks, Edmonton Oilers, May 7, 1985, at Edmonton. Behn Wilson scored for Chicago at 19:22 of the third period; Jari Kurri, Edmonton, 19:36; and Glenn Anderson, Edmonton, 19:43. Edmonton won game 7-3 and won CF 4-2.
0:27 Phoenix Coyotes, Detroit Red Wings, April 24, 1998, at Detroit. Jeremy Roenick scored for Phoenix at 13:24 of the second period; Mathieu Dandenault, Detroit, 13:32; and Keith Tkachuk, Phoenix, 13:51. Phoenix won game 7-4. Detroit won CQF 4-2.
0:30 Pittsburgh Penguins, Chicago Blackhawks, June 1, 1992, at Chicago. Dirk Graham scored for Chicago at 6:21 of the first period; Kevin Stevens, Pittsburgh, 6:33; and Dirk Graham, Chicago, 6:51. Pittsburgh won game 6-5 and won F 4-0.
FASTEST THREE GOALS, ONE TEAM  
0:23 Toronto Maple Leafs, April 12, 1979, at Toronto vs. Atlanta. Darryl Sittler scored at 4:04 and 4:16 of the first period; and Ron Ellis, 4:27. Toronto won game 7-4 and won PRE 2-0.
0:38 New York Rangers, April 12, 1986, at NY Rangers vs. Philadelphia. Jim Wiemer scored at 12:29 of the third period; Bob Brooke, 12:43; and Ron Greschner, 13:07. NY Rangers won game 5-2 and won DSF 3-2.
  Colorado Avalanche, April 18, 2001, at Vancouver. Peter Forsberg scored at 9:11 of the third period; Joe Sakic, 9:28; and Eric Messier, 9:49. Colorado won game 5-1 and won CQF 4-0.
FASTEST TWO GOALS, BOTH TEAMS  
0:05 Pittsburgh Penguins, Buffalo Sabres, April 14, 1979, at Buffalo. Gilbert Perreault scored for Buffalo at 12:59 of the first period; and Jim Hamilton, Pittsburgh, 13:04. Pittsburgh won game 4-3 and won PRE 2-1.
0:08 St. Louis Blues, Minnesota North Stars, April 9, 1989, at Minnesota. Bernie Federko scored for St. Louis at 2:28 of the third period; and Perry Berezan, Minnesota, 2:36. Minnesota won game 5-4. St. Louis won DSF 4-1.
- Phoenix Coyotes, Detroit Red Wings, April 24, 1998, at Detroit. Jeremy Roenick scored for Phoenix at 13:24 of the second period; and Mathieu Dandenault, Detroit, 13:32. Phoenix won game 7-4. Detroit won CQF 4-2.
FASTEST TWO GOALS, ONE TEAM  
0:05 Detroit Red Wings, April 11, 1965, at Detroit vs. Chicago. Norm Ullman scored at 17:35 and 17:40 of the second period. Detroit won game 4-2. Chicago won SF 4-3.
OVERTIME
SHORTEST OVERTIME  
0:09 Montreal Canadiens, Calgary Flames, May 18, 1986, at Calgary. Montreal won 3-2 on Brian Skrudland’s goal at 0:09 of the first overtime period. Montreal won F 4-1.
0:11 New York Islanders, New York Rangers, April 11, 1975, at NY Rangers. NY Islanders won 4-3 on J.P. Parise’s goal at 0:11 of the first overtime period. NY Islanders won PRE 2-1.
LONGEST OVERTIME  
116:30:00 Detroit Red Wings, Montreal Maroons, March 24, 1936, at Montreal. Mtl. Maroons won 1-0 on Mud Bruneteau’s goal at 16:30 of the sixth overtime period. Detroit won SF 3-0.
MOST OVERTIME GAMES, ONE PLAYOFF YEAR  
28 1993. 85 games played.
26 2001. 86 games played.
22 2003. 89 games played.
FEWEST OVERTIME GAMES, ONE PLAYOFF YEAR  
0 1963. None of the 16 games went into overtime, the only year since 1926 that no overtime was required in any playoff series.
MOST OVERTIME GAMES, ONE SERIES  
5 Toronto Maple Leafs, Montreal Canadiens in 1951. Toronto won F 4-1.
4 Toronto Maple Leafs, Boston Bruins in 1933. Toronto won SF 3-2.
- Boston Bruins, New York Rangers in 1939. Boston won SF 4-3.
- St. Louis Blues, Minnesota North Stars in 1968. St. Louis won SF 4-3.
- Dallas Stars, St. Louis Blues in 1999. Dallas won CSF 4-2.
- Dallas Stars, Edmonton Oilers in 2001. Dallas won CQF 4-2.
- Dallas Stars, San Jose Sharks in 2008. Dallas won CSF 4-2.
THREE-OR-MORE GOAL GAMES  
MOST THREE-OR-MORE GOAL GAMES, BY PLAYERS, ALL TEAMS, ONE PLAYOFF YEAR  
12 1983 in 66 games.
- 1988 in 83 games.
11 1985 in 70 games.
- 1992 in 86 games.
MOST THREE-OR-MORE GOAL GAMES, BY PLAYERS, ONE TEAM, ONE PLAYOFF YEAR  
6 Edmonton Oilers in 16 games, 1983.
- Edmonton Oilers in 18 games, 1985.
SHUTOUTS  
MOST SHUTOUTS, ALL TEAMS, ONE PLAYOFF YEAR  
25 2002. Of 90 games played, Detroit had 6; Ottawa had 4; Carolina, Colorado, St. Louis and Toronto had 3 each; Los Angeles, New Jersey and Philadelphia had 1 each.
23 2004. Of 89 games played, Tampa Bay and Calgary had 5 each; Toronto and San Jose had 3 each; Boston, Colorado, Detroit, Montreal, Nashville, NY Islanders and Philadelphia had 1 each.
FEWEST SHUTOUTS, ALL TEAMS, ONE PLAYOFF YEAR  
0 1959. 18 games played.
MOST SHUTOUTS, BOTH TEAMS, ONE SERIES  
5 Toronto Maple Leafs (3), Detroit Red Wings (2) in 1945 F. Toronto won series 4-3.
- Toronto Maple Leafs (3), Detroit Red Wings (2) in 1950 SF. Detroit won series 4-3.
TEAM PENALTIES  
FEWEST PENALTIES, BOTH TEAMS, BEST-OF-SEVEN SERIES  
19 Detroit Red Wings (10), Toronto Maple Leafs (9) in 1945 F. Detroit received 10 minors, Toronto received 9 minors. Toronto won series 4-3.
FEWEST PENALTIES, ONE TEAM, BEST-OF-SEVEN SERIES  
9 Toronto Maple Leafs in 1945 F vs. Detroit. Toronto received 9 minors. Toronto won series 4-3.
MOST PENALTIES, BOTH TEAMS, ONE SERIES  
218 New Jersey Devils (118), Washington Capitals (100) in 1988 DF. New Jersey received 97 minors, 11 majors, 9 misconducts and 1 match penalty. Washington received 80 minors, 11 majors, 8 misconducts and 1 match penalty. New Jersey won series 4-3.
MOST PENALTY MINUTES, BOTH TEAMS, ONE SERIES  
654 New Jersey Devils (349), Washington Capitals (305) in 1988 DF. New Jersey won series 4-3.
MOST PENALTIES, ONE TEAM, ONE SERIES  
118 New Jersey Devils in 1988 DF vs. Washington. New Jersey received 97 minors, 11 majors, 9 misconducts and 1 match penalty. New Jersey won series 4-3.
MOST PENALTY MINUTES, ONE TEAM, ONE SERIES  
349 New Jersey Devils in 1988 DF vs. Washington. New Jersey won series 4-3.
MOST PENALTIES, BOTH TEAMS, ONE GAME  
66 Detroit Red Wings (33), St. Louis Blues (33), April 12, 1991, at St. Louis. St. Louis won 6-1.
63 Minnesota North Stars (34), Chicago Blackhawks (29), April 6, 1990, at Chicago. Chicago won 5-3. 62
- New Jersey Devils (32), Washington Capitals (30), April 22, 1988, at New Jersey. New Jersey won 10-4.
MOST PENALTY MINUTES, BOTH TEAMS, ONE GAME  
298 Detroit Red Wings (152), St. Louis Blues (146), April 12, 1991, at St. Louis. Detroit and St Louis each received 33 penalties. St. Louis won 6-1.
267 New York Rangers (142), Los Angeles Kings (125), April 9, 1981, at Los Angeles. NY Rangers received 31 penalties; Los Angeles received 28 penalties. Los Angeles won 5-4.
MOST PENALTIES, ONE TEAM, ONE GAME  
34 Minnesota North Stars, April 6, 1990, at Chicago. Chicago won 5-3.
33 Detroit Red Wings, April 12,1991, at St. Louis. St. Louis won 6-1.
- St. Louis Blues, April 12, 1991, at St. Louis vs. Detroit. St. Louis won 6-1.
MOST PENALTY MINUTES, ONE TEAM, ONE GAME  
152 Detroit Red Wings, April 12, 1991, at St. Louis. St. Louis won 6-1.
146 St. Louis Blues, April 12, 1991, at St. Louis vs. Detroit. St. Louis won 6-1.
142 New York Rangers, April 9, 1981, at Los Angeles. Los Angeles won 5-4.
MOST PENALTIES, BOTH TEAMS, ONE PERIOD  
43 New York Rangers (24), Los Angeles Kings (19), April 9, 1981, first period at Los Angeles, Los Angeles won 5-4.
MOST PENALTY MINUTES, BOTH TEAMS, ONE PERIOD  
248 New York Islanders (124), Boston Bruins (124), April 17, 1980, first period at Boston. NY Islanders won 5-4.
MOST PENALTIES, ONE TEAM, ONE PERIOD  
24 New York Rangers, April 9, 1981, first period at Los Angeles. Los Angeles won 5-4.
MOST PENALTY MINUTES, ONE TEAM, ONE PERIOD  
125 New York Rangers, April 9, 1981, first period at Los Angeles. Los Angeles won 5-4.
Quote of the Day

I didn't even know how to celebrate. I threw my hands up, they gave me a hug, so I guess that's all I needed.

— Sabres forward Tim Schaller on scoring his first NHL goal Sunday against the Bruins