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Stanley Cup Playoffs Record Book: 1918-2011
(Page 2)

Individual Records

GAMES PLAYED

MOST YEARS IN PLAYOFFS
  24 Chris Chelios, Montreal, Chicago, Detroit (1984-97, inclusive; 1999-2004, inclusive, 2006-08, inclusive)
  21 Raymond Bourque, Boston, Colorado (1980-96 inclusive; 98-2001 inclusive)
  20
  Larry Robinson, Montreal, Los Angeles 
  Larry Murphy, Los Angeles, Washington, Minnesota, Pittsburgh, Toronto, Detroit
  Scott Stevens, Washington, St. Louis, New Jersey
  Steve Yzerman, Detroit
MOST CONSECUTIVE YEARS IN PLAYOFFS
  20 Larry Robinson, Montreal, Los Angeles (1973-92, inclusive)
  19 Brett Hull, Calgary, St. Louis, Dallas, Detroit (1986-2004, inclusive)
  18   Larry Murphy, Washington, Minnesota, Pittsburgh, Toronto, Detroit (1984-2001, inclusive)
  17 Brad Park, NY Rangers, Boston, Detroit (1969-85, inclusive)
  Raymond Bourque, Boston (1980-96, inclusive)
MOST PLAYOFF GAMES
  266 Chris Chelios, Montreal, Chicago, Detroit
  247 Patrick Roy, Montreal, Colorado
  236 Mark Messier, Edmonton, NY Rangers
  233 Claude Lemieux, Montreal, New Jersey, Colorado, Phoenix, Dallas
  Scott Stevens, Washington, St. Louis, New Jersey

GOALS

MOST GOALS IN PLAYOFFS, CAREER
  122 Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, Los Angeles, St. Louis, NY Rangers
  109 Mark Messier, Edmonton, NY Rangers
  106 Jari Kurri, Edmonton, Los Angeles, NY Rangers, Anaheim
  100 Brett Hull, Calgary, St. Louis, Dallas, Detroit
  93 Glenn Anderson, Edmonton, Toronto, NY Rangers, St. Louis
MOST GOALS, ONE PLAYOFF YEAR
  19 Reggie Leach, Philadelphia, 1976. 16 games.
  Jari Kurri, Edmonton, 1985. 18 games.
  18 Joe Sakic, Colorado, 1996. 22 games.
  17 Newsy Lalonde, Montreal, 1919. 10 games.
  Mike Bossy, NY Islanders, 1981. 18 games.
  Steve Payne, Minnesota, 1981. 19 games.
  Mike Bossy, NY Islanders, 1982. 19 games.
  Mike Bossy, NY Islanders, 1983. 19 games.
  Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, 1985. 18 games.
  Kevin Stevens, Pittsburgh, 1991. 24 games.
MOST GOALS IN ONE SERIES (OTHER THAN FINAL)
  12 Jari Kurri, Edmonton in 1985 CF, 6 games vs. Chicago.
  11 Newsy Lalonde, Montreal in 1919 NHL F, 5 games vs. Ottawa.
  10 Tim Kerr, Philadelphia in 1989 DF, 7 games vs. Pittsburgh.
  9 Reggie Leach, Philadelphia in 1976 SF, 5 games vs. Boston.
  Bill Barber, Philadelphia in 1980 SF, 5 games vs. Minnesota.
  Mike Bossy, NY Islanders in 1983 CF, 6 games vs. Boston.
  Mario Lemieux, Pittsburgh in 1989 DF, 7 games vs. Philadelphia.
  - John Druce, Washington in 1990 DF, 5 games vs. NY Rangers.
  Johan Franzen, Detroit. in 2008 CSF, 4 games vs. Colorado.
MOST GOALS IN FINAL SERIES (NHL ONLY)
  9 Babe Dye, Toronto in 1922, 5 games vs. Vancouver.
  8 Alf Skinner, Toronto in 1918, 5 games vs. Vancouver.
  7 Jean Beliveau, Montreal in 1956, 5 games vs. Detroit.
  Mike Bossy, NY Islanders in 1982, 4 games vs. Vancouver.
  Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton in 1985, 5 games vs. Philadelphia.
MOST GOALS, ONE GAME
  5 Newsy Lalonde, Montreal, March 1, 1919, at Montreal. Final score: Montreal 6, Ottawa 3.
  Maurice Richard, Montreal, March 23, 1944, at Montreal. Final score: Montreal 5, Toronto 1.
  Darryl Sittler, Toronto, April 22, 1976, at Toronto. Final score: Toronto 8, Philadelphia 5.
  Reggie Leach, Philadelphia, May 6, 1976, at Philadelphia. Final score: Philadelphia 6, Boston 3.
  Mario Lemieux, Pittsburgh, April 25, 1989, at Pittsburgh. Final score: Pittsburgh 10, Philadelphia 7.
MOST GOALS, ONE PERIOD
  4 Tim Kerr, Philadelphia, April 13, 1985, at NY Rangers, second period. Final score: Philadelphia 6, NY Rangers 5.
  Mario Lemieux, Pittsburgh, April 25, 1989, at Pittsburgh, first period. Final score: Pittsburgh 10, Philadelphia 7.

ASSISTS

MOST ASSISTS IN PLAYOFFS, CAREER
  260 Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, Los Angeles, St. Louis, NY Rangers
  186 Mark Messier, Edmonton, NY Rangers
  139 Raymond Bourque, Boston, Colorado
  137 Paul Coffey, Edmonton, Pittsburgh, Los Angeles, Detroit, Philadelphia, Carolina
  128 Doug Gilmour, St. Louis, Calgary, Toronto, New Jersey, Buffalo, Montreal
MOST ASSISTS, ONE PLAYOFF YEAR
  31 Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, 1988. 19 games.
  30 Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, 1985. 18 games.
  29 Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, 1987. 21 games.
  28 Mario Lemieux, Pittsburgh, 1991. 23 games.
  26 Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, 1983. 16 games.
MOST ASSISTS IN ONE SERIES (OTHER THAN FINAL)
  14 Rick Middleton, Boston in 1983 DF, 7 games vs. Buffalo.
  Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton in 1985 CF, 6 games vs. Chicago.
  13 Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton in 1987 DSF, 5 games vs. Los Angeles.
  Doug Gilmour, Toronto in 1994 CSF, 7 games vs. San Jose.
  11 Al MacInnis, Calgary in 1984 DF, 7 games vs. Edmonton.
  Mark Messier, Edmonton in 1989 DSF, 7 games vs. Los Angeles.
  Mike Ridley, Washington in 1992 DSF, 7 games vs. Pittsburgh.
  Ron Francis, Pittsburgh in 1995 CQF, 7 games vs. Washington.
Henrik Sedin, Vancouver, in 2011 CF, 5 games vs. San Jose.
MOST ASSISTS, FINAL SERIES
  10 Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton in 1988, 4 games plus suspended game vs. Boston.
  9 Jacques Lemaire, Montreal in 1973, 6 games vs. Chicago.
  Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton in 1987, 7 games vs. Philadelphia.
  Larry Murphy, Pittsburgh in 1991, 6 games vs. Minnesota.
Danny Briere, Philadelphia, in 2010, 6 games vs. Chicago.
MOST ASSISTS, ONE GAME
  6 Mikko Leinonen, NY Rangers, April 8, 1982, at NY Rangers. Final score: NY Rangers 7, Philadelphia 3.
  Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, April 9, 1987, at Edmonton. Final score: Edmonton 13, Los Angeles 3.
  5 Toe Blake, Montreal, March 23, 1944, at Montreal. Final score: Montreal 5, Toronto 1.
  Maurice Richard, Montreal, March 27, 1956, at Montreal. Final score: Montreal 7, NY Rangers 0.
  Bert Olmstead, Montreal, March 30, 1957, at Montreal. Final score: Montreal 8, NY Rangers 3.
  Don McKenney, Boston, April 5, 1958, at Boston. Final score: Boston 8, NY Rangers 2.
  Stan Mikita, Chicago, April 4, 1973, at Chicago. Final score: Chicago 7, St. Louis 1.
  Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, April 8, 1981, at Montreal. Final score: Edmonton 6, Montreal 3.
  Paul Coffey, Edmonton, May 14, 1985, at Edmonton. Final score: Edmonton 10, Chicago 5.
  Doug Gilmour, St. Louis, April 15, 1986, at Minnesota. Final score: St. Louis 6, Minnesota 3.
  Risto Siltanen, Quebec, April 14, 1987, at Hartford. Final score: Quebec 7, Hartford 5.
  Patrik Sundstrom, New Jersey, April 22, 1988, at New Jersey. Final score: New Jersey 10, Washington 4.
  Geoff Courtnall, St. Louis, April 23, 1998, at St. Louis. Final score: St. Louis 8, Los Angeles 3.
MOST ASSISTS, ONE PERIOD
  3 Three assists by one player in one period of a playoff game has been recorded on 80 occasions. Brad Richards of the Dallas Stars is the most recent to equal this mark with 3 assists in the third period at San Jose, April 27, 2008. Final score: Dallas 5, San Jose 2.
  Wayne Gretzky has had 3 assists in one period 5 times; Raymond Bourque, 3 times; Toe Blake, Jean Beliveau, Doug Harvey and Bobby Orr, twice each. Joe Primeau of Toronto was the first player to be credited with this record with 3 assists in the third period at NY Rangers, April 7, 1932. Final score: Toronto 6, NY Rangers 2.

POINTS

MOST POINTS IN PLAYOFFS, CAREER
  382 Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, Los Angeles, St. Louis, NY Rangers, 122 goals, 260 assists.
  295 Mark Messier, Edmonton, NY Rangers, 109 goals, 186 assists.
  233 Jari Kurri, Edmonton, Los Angeles, NY Rangers, Anaheim, 106 goals, 127 assists.
  214 Glenn Anderson, Edmonton, Toronto, NY Rangers, St. Louis, 93 goals, 121 assists.
  196 Paul Coffey, Edmonton, Pittsburgh, Los Angeles, Detroit, Philadelphia, Carolina, 59 goals, 137 assists.
MOST POINTS, ONE PLAYOFF YEAR
  47 Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton in 1985. 17 goals, 30 assists in 18 games.
  44 Mario Lemieux, Pittsburgh in 1991. 16 goals, 28 assists in 23 games.
  43 Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton in 1988. 12 goals, 31 assists in 19 games.
  40 Wayne Gretzky, Los Angeles in 1993. 15 goals, 25 assists in 24 games.
  38 Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton in 1983. 12 goals, 26 assists in 16 games.
MOST POINTS, ONE SERIES (OTHER THAN FINAL)
  19 Rick Middleton, Boston in 1983 DF, 7 games vs. Buffalo. 5 goals, 14 assists.
  18 Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton in 1985 CF, 6 games vs. Chicago. 4 goals, 14 assists.
  17 Mario Lemieux, Pittsburgh in 1992 DSF, 6 games vs. Washington. 7 goals, 10 assists.
  16 Barry Pederson, Boston in 1983 DF, 7 games vs. Buffalo. 7 goals, 9 assists.
  Doug Gilmour, Toronto in 1994 CSF, 7 games vs. San Jose. 3 goals, 13 assists.
MOST POINTS, FINAL SERIES
  13 Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton in 1988, 4 games plus suspended game vs. Boston. 3 goals, 10 assists.
  12 Gordie Howe, Detroit in 1955, 7 games vs. Montreal. 5 goals, 7 assists.
  Yvan Cournoyer, Montreal in 1973, 6 games vs. Chicago. 6 goals, 6 assists.
  Jacques Lemaire, Montreal in 1973, 6 games vs. Chicago. 3 goals, 9 assists.
  Mario Lemieux, Pittsburgh in 1991, 5 games vs. Minnesota. 5 goals, 7 assists.
Danny Briere, Philadelphia, in 2010, 6 games vs. Chicago. 3 goals, 9 assists.
MOST POINTS, ONE GAME
  8 Patrik Sundstrom, New Jersey, April 22, 1988, at New Jersey, in 10-4 win vs. Washington. 3 goals, 5 assists.
  Mario Lemieux, Pittsburgh, April 25, 1989, at Pittsburgh, in 10-7 win vs. Philadelphia. 5 goals, 3 assists.
  7 Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, April 17, 1983, at Calgary, in 10-2 win. 4 goals, 3 assists.
  Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, April 25,1985, at Winnipeg, in 8-3 win. 3 goals, 4 assists.
  Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, April 9, 1987, at Edmonton, in 13-3 win vs. Los Angeles. 1 goal, 6 assists.
  6 Dickie Moore, Montreal, March 25, 1954, at Montreal, in 8-1 win vs. Boston. 2 goals, 4 assists.
  Phil Esposito, Boston, April 2, 1969, at Boston, in 10-0 win vs. Toronto. 4 goals, 2 assists.
  Darryl Sittler, Toronto, April 22, 1976, at Toronto, in 8-5 win vs. Philadelphia. 5 goals, 1 assist.
  Guy Lafleur, Montreal, April 11, 1977, at Montreal, in 7-2 win vs. St. Louis. 3 goals, 3 assists.
  Mikko Leinonen, NY Rangers, April 8, 1982, at NY Rangers, in 7-3 win vs. Philadelphia. 6 assists.
  Paul Coffey, Edmonton, May 14, 1985, at Edmonton, in 10-5 win vs. Chicago. 1 goal, 5 assists.
  John Anderson, Hartford, April 12, 1986, at Hartford, in 9-4 win vs. Quebec. 2 goals, 4 assists.
  Mario Lemieux, Pittsburgh, April 23, 1992, at Pittsburgh, in 6-4 win vs. Washington. 3 goals, 3 assists.
  Geoff Courtnall, St. Louis Blues, April 23, 1998, at St. Louis, in 8-3 win vs. Los Angeles. 1 goal, 5 assists.
Johan Franzen, Detroit, May 6, 2010, at Detroit, in 7-1 win vs. San Jose.
4 goals, 2 assists.
MOST POINTS, ONE PERIOD
  4 Maurice Richard, Montreal, March 29, 1945, at Montreal, third period, in 10-3 win vs. Toronto. 3 goals, 1 assist.
  Dickie Moore, Montreal, March 25, 1954, at Montreal, first period, in 8-1 win vs. Boston. 2 goals, 2 assists.
  Barry Pederson, Boston, April 8, 1982, at Boston, second period, in 7-3 win vs. Buffalo. 3 goals, 1 assist.
  Peter McNab, Boston, April 11, 1982, at Buffalo, second period, in 5-2 win. 1 goal, 3 assists.
  Tim Kerr, Philadelphia, April 13, 1985, at NY Rangers, second period, in 6-5 win. 4 goals.
  Ken Linseman, Boston, April 14, 1985, at Boston, second period, in 7-6 win vs. Montreal. 2 goals, 2 assists.
  Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, April 12, 1987, at Los Angeles, third period, in 6-3 win. 1 goal, 3 assists.
  Glenn Anderson, Edmonton, April 6, 1988, at Edmonton, third period, in 7-4 win vs. Winnipeg. 3 goals, 1 assist.
  Mario Lemieux, Pittsburgh, April 25, 1989, at Pittsburgh, first period, in 10-7 win vs. Philadelphia. 4 goals.
  Dave Gagner, Minnesota, April 8, 1991, at Minnesota, first period, in 6-5 loss vs. Chicago. 2 goals, 2 assists.
  Mario Lemieux, Pittsburgh, April 23, 1992, at Pittsburgh, second period, in 6-4 win vs. Washington. 2 goals, 2 assists.
  Alexander Mogilny, New Jersey, April 28, 2001, at New Jersey, second period, in 6-5 win vs. Toronto. 1 goal, 3 assists.
  Brad Richards, Dallas, April 27, 2008, at San Jose, third period, in 5-2 win vs. San Jose. 1 goal, 3 assists.
Johan Franzen, Detroit, May 6, 2010, at Detroit, first period, in 7-1 win vs. San Jose.
3 goals, 1 assist.
Tyler Seguin, Boston, May 17, 2011, at Boston, second period, in 6-5 win vs. Tampa Bay. 2 goals, 2 assists.

POWER-PLAY GOALS

MOST POWER-PLAY GOALS IN PLAYOFFS, CAREER
  38 Brett Hull, St. Louis, Dallas, Detroit
  35 Mike Bossy, NY Islanders
  34 Dino Ciccarelli, Minnesota, Washington, Detroit
  Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, Los Angeles, St. Louis, NY Rangers
 30 Nicklas Lidstrom, Detroit
  29 Mario Lemieux, Pittsburgh
MOST POWER-PLAY GOALS, ONE PLAYOFF YEAR
  9 Mike Bossy, NY Islanders, 1981. 18 games vs. Toronto, Edmonton, NY Rangers and Minnesota.
  Cam Neely, Boston, 1991. 19 games vs. Hartford, Montreal and Pittsburgh.
  8 Tim Kerr, Philadelphia, 1989. 19 games.
  John Druce, Washington, 1990. 15 games.
  Brian Propp, Minnesota, 1991. 23 games.
  Mario Lemieux, Pittsburgh, 1992. 15 games.
MOST POWER-PLAY GOALS, ONE PLAYOFF SERIES
  6 Chris Kontos, Los Angeles, 1989 DSF vs. Edmonton. Los Angeles won series 4-3.
  5 Andy Bathgate, Detroit, 1966 SF vs. Chicago. Detroit won series 4-2.
  Denis Potvin, NY Islanders, 1981 QF vs. Edmonton. NY Islanders won series 4-2.
  Ken Houston, Calgary, 1981 QF vs. Philadelphia. Calgary won series 4-3.
  Rick Vaive, Chicago, 1988 DSF vs. St. Louis. St. Louis won series 4-1.
  Tim Kerr, Philadelphia, 1989 DF vs. Pittsburgh. Philadelphia won series 4-3.
  Mario Lemieux, Pittsburgh, 1989 DF vs. Philadelphia. Philadelphia won series 4-3.
  John Druce, Washington, 1990 DF vs. NY Rangers. Washington won series 4-1.
  Pat LaFontaine, Buffalo, 1992 DSF vs. Boston. Boston won series 4-3.
  Adam Graves, NY Rangers, 1996 CQF vs. Montreal. NY Rangers won series 4-2.
MOST POWER-PLAY GOALS, ONE GAME
  3 Syd Howe, Detroit, March 23, 1939, at Detroit vs. Montreal. Detroit won 7-3.
  Sid Smith, Toronto, April 10, 1949, at Detroit. Toronto won 3-1.
  Phil Esposito, Boston, April 2, 1969, at Boston vs. Toronto. Boston won 10-0.
  John Bucyk, Boston, April 21, 1974, at Boston vs. Chicago. Boston won 8-6.
  Denis Potvin, NY Islanders, April 17, 1981, at NY Islanders vs. Edmonton. NY Islanders won 6-3.
  Tim Kerr, Philadelphia, April 13, 1985, at NY Rangers. Philadelphia won 6-5.
  Jari Kurri, Edmonton, April 9, 1987, at Edmonton vs. Los Angeles. Edmonton won 13-3.
  Mark Johnson, New Jersey, April 22, 1988, at New Jersey vs. Washington. New Jersey won 10-4.
  Dino Ciccarelli, Detroit, April 29, 1993, at Toronto. Detroit won 7-3.
  Dino Ciccarelli, Detroit, May 11, 1995, at Dallas. Detroit won 5-1.
  Valeri Kamensky, Colorado, April 24, 1997, at Colorado vs. Chicago. Colorado won 7-0.
Jonathan Toews, Chicago, May 7, 2010, at Vancouver. Chicago won 7-4.
MOST POWER-PLAY GOALS, ONE PERIOD
  3 Tim Kerr, Philadelphia, April 13, 1985, at NY Rangers, second period, in 6-5 win.
  2 Two power-play goals have been scored by one player in one period on 55 occasions. Charlie Conacher of Toronto was the first to do so  with two power-play goals in the second period at Toronto vs. Boston, March 26, 1936. Final score: Toronto 8, Boston 3. Brad Richards of the Tampa Bay Lightning is the most recent to equal this mark with two power-play goals in the second period at Calgary, June 5, 2004. Final score: Tampa Bay 3, Calgary 2.

SHORTHAND GOALS

MOST SHORTHAND GOALS IN PLAYOFFS, CAREER
  14 Mark Messier, Edmonton, NY Rangers
  11 Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, Los Angeles
  10 Jari Kurri, Edmonton, Los Angeles, NY Rangers
  8 Ed Westfall, Boston, NY Islanders
  Hakan Loob, Calgary
MOST SHORTHAND GOALS, ONE PLAYOFF YEAR
  3 Derek Sanderson, Boston, 1969. 1 vs. Toronto in QF, won by Boston 4-0; 2 vs. Montreal in SF, won by Montreal, 4-2.
  Bill Barber, Philadelphia, 1980. 3 vs. Minnesota in SF, won by Philadelphia 4-1.
  Lorne Henning, NY Islanders, 1980. 1 vs. Boston in QF, won by NY Islanders 4-1, 1 vs. Buffalo in SF, won by NY Islanders 4-2, 1 vs. Philadelphia in F, won by NY Islanders 4-2.
  Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, 1983. 2 vs. Winnipeg in DSF, won by Edmonton 3-0; 1 vs. Calgary in DF, won by Edmonton 4-1.
  Wayne Presley, Chicago, 1989. 3 vs. Detroit in DSF, won by Chicago 4-2.
  Todd Marchant, Edmonton, 1997. 1 vs. Dallas in CQF, won by Edmonton 4-3; 2 vs. Colorado in CSF, won by Colorado 4-1.
MOST SHORTHAND GOALS, ONE PLAYOFF SERIES
  3 Bill Barber, Philadelphia, 1980 SF vs. Minnesota. Philadelphia won series 4-1.
  Wayne Presley, Chicago, 1989 DSF vs. Detroit. Chicago won series 4-2.
  2 Mac Colville, NY Rangers, 1940 SF vs. Boston. NY Rangers won series 4-2.
  Jerry Toppazzini, Boston, 1958 SF vs. NY Rangers. Boston won series 4-2.
  Dave Keon, Toronto, 1963 F vs. Detroit. Toronto won series 4-1.
  Bob Pulford, Toronto, 1964 F vs. Detroit. Toronto won series 4-3.
  Serge Savard, Montreal, 1968 F vs. St. Louis. Montreal won series 4-0.
  Derek Sanderson, Boston, 1969 SF vs. Montreal. Montreal won series 4-2.
  Bryan Trottier, NY Islanders, 1980 PRE vs. Los Angeles. NY Islanders won series 3-1.
  Bobby Lalonde, Boston, 1981 PRE vs. Minnesota. Minnesota won series 3-0.
  Butch Goring, NY Islanders, 1981 SF vs. NY Rangers. NY Islanders won series 4-0.
  Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, 1983 DSF vs. Winnipeg. Edmonton won series 3-0.
  Mark Messier, Edmonton, 1983 DF vs. Calgary. Edmonton won series 4-1.
  Jari Kurri, Edmonton, 1983 CF vs. Chicago. Edmonton won series 4-0.
  Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, 1985 DF vs. Winnipeg. Edmonton won series 4-0.
  Kevin Lowe, Edmonton, 1987 F vs. Philadelphia. Edmonton won series 4-3.
  Bob Gould, Washington, 1988 DSF vs. Philadelphia. Washington won series 4-3.
  Dave Poulin, Philadelphia, 1989 DF vs. Pittsburgh. Philadelphia won series 4-3.
  Russ Courtnall, Montreal, 1991 DF vs. Boston. Boston won series 4-3.
  Sergei Fedorov, Detroit, 1992 DSF vs. Minnesota. Detroit won series 4-3.
  Mark Messier, NY Rangers, 1992 DSF vs. New Jersey. NY Rangers series 4-3.
  Tom Fitzgerald, NY Islanders, 1993 DF vs. Pittsburgh. NY Islanders won series 4-3.
  Mark Osborne, Toronto, 1994 CSF vs. San Jose. Toronto won series 4-3.
  Tony Amonte, Chicago, 1997 CQF vs. Colorado. Colorado won series 4-2.
  Brian Rolston, New Jersey, 1997 CQF vs. Montreal. New Jersey won series 4-1.
  Rod Brind’Amour, Philadelphia, 1997 CQF vs. Pittsburgh. Philadelphia won series 4-1.
  Todd Marchant, Edmonton, 1997 CSF vs. Colorado. Colorado won series 4-1.
  Jeremy Roenick, Phoenix, 1998 CQF vs. Detroit. Detroit won series 4-2.
  Vincent Damphousse, San Jose, 1999 CQF vs. Colorado. Colorado won series 4-2.
  Dixon Ward, Buffalo, 1999 CF vs. Toronto. Buffalo won series 4-1.
  Curtis Brown, Buffalo, 2001 CSF vs. Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh won series 4-3.
  John Madden, New Jersey, 2006 CQF vs. NY Rangers. New Jersey won series 4-0.
David Legwand, Nashville, 2011 CSF vs. Vancouver, won by Vancouver 4-2.
MOST SHORTHAND GOALS, ONE GAME
  2 Dave Keon, Toronto, April 18, 1963, at Toronto, in 3-1 win vs. Detroit.
  Bryan Trottier, NY Islanders, April 8, 1980, at NY Islanders, in 8-1 win vs. Los Angeles.
  Bobby Lalonde, Boston, April 11, 1981, at Minnesota, in 6-3 loss vs. Minnesota.
  Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, April 6, 1983, at Edmonton, in 6-3 win vs. Winnipeg.
  Jari Kurri, Edmonton, April 24, 1983, at Edmonton, in 8-3 win vs. Chicago.
  Mark Messier, NY Rangers, April 21, 1992, at NY Rangers, in 7-3 loss vs. New Jersey.
  Tom Fitzgerald, NY Islanders, May 8, 1993, at NY Islanders, in 6-5 win vs. Pittsburgh.
  Rod Brind’Amour, Philadelphia, April 26, 1997, at Philadelphia, in 6-3 win vs. Pittsburgh.
  Jeremy Roenick, Phoenix, April 24, 1998, at Detroit, in 7-4 win vs. Detroit.
  Vincent Damphousse, San Jose, April 30, 1999, at Colorado, in 7-3 win vs. Colorado.
  John Madden, New Jersey, April 24, 2006, at New Jersey, in 4-1 win vs. NY Rangers.
MOST SHORTHAND GOALS, ONE PERIOD
  2 Bryan Trottier, NY Islanders, April 8, 1980, second period, at NY Islanders, in 8-1 win vs. Los Angeles.
  Bobby Lalonde, Boston, April 11, 1981, third period, at Minnesota, in 6-3 loss vs. Minnesota.
  Jari Kurri, Edmonton, April 24, 1983, third period, at Edmonton, in 8-4 win vs. Chicago.
  Rod Brind’Amour, Philadelphia, April 26, 1997, first period, at Philadelphia, in 6-3 win vs. Pittsburgh.
  Jeremy Roenick, Phoenix, April 24, 1998, second period, at Detroit, in 7-4 win vs. Detroit.
  Vincent Damphousse, San Jose, April 30, 1999, third period, at Colorado, in 7-3 win vs. Colorado.

GAME-WINNING GOALS

MOST GAME-WINNING GOALS IN PLAYOFFS, CAREER
  24 Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, Los Angeles, St. Louis, NY Rangers
  Brett Hull, St. Louis, Dallas, Detroit
  19 Claude Lemieux, Montreal, New Jersey, Colorado
    - Joe Sakic, Colorado
  18 Maurice Richard, Montreal
MOST GAME-WINNING GOALS, ONE PLAYOFF YEAR
  7 Brad Richards, Tampa Bay, 2004. 23 games.
  6 Joe Sakic, Colorado, 1996. 22 games.
  Joe Nieuwendyk, Dallas, 1999. 23 games.
MOST GAME-WINNING GOALS, ONE PLAYOFF SERIES
  4 Mike Bossy, NY Islanders, 1983 CF vs. Boston. NY Islanders won series 4-2.

OVERTIME GOALS

MOST OVERTIME GOALS IN PLAYOFFS, CAREER
  7 Joe Sakic, Colorado (2 in 1996; 1 in 1998; 1 in 2001; 2 in 2004; 1 in 2006)
  6 Maurice Richard, Montreal
  5 Glenn Anderson, Edmonton, Toronto, St. Louis
  4 Bob Nystrom, NY Islanders
  Dale Hunter, Quebec, Washington
  Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, Los Angeles
  Stephane Richer, Montreal, New Jersey
  Joe Murphy, Edmonton, Chicago
  Esa Tikkanen, Edmonton, NY Rangers
  Jaromir Jagr, Pittsburgh
  Kirk Muller, Montreal, Dallas
  Jeremy Roenick, Chicago, Philadelphia
  Chris Drury, Colorado, Buffalo
  Jamie Langenbrunner, Dallas, New Jersey
MOST OVERTIME GOALS, ONE PLAYOFF YEAR
  3 Mel Hill, Boston, 1939. All vs. NY Rangers in SF. Boston won series 4-3.
  Maurice Richard, Montreal, 1951. 2 vs. Detroit in SF. Montreal won series 4-2; 1 vs. Toronto in F. Toronto won series 4-1.
MOST OVERTIME GOALS, ONE PLAYOFF SERIES
  3 Mel Hill, Boston, 1939 SF vs. NY Rangers, won by Boston 4-3. Hill scored at 59:25 of overtime March 21 for a 2-1 win; at 8:24 of overtime, March 23 for a 3-2 win; and at 48:00 of overtime, April 2 for a 2-1 win.

SCORING BY A DEFENSEMAN

MOST GOALS BY A DEFENSEMAN, ONE PLAYOFF YEAR
  12 Paul Coffey, Edmonton, 1985. 18 games.
  11 Brian Leetch, NY Rangers, 1994. 23 games.
  9 Bobby Orr, Boston, 1970. 14 games.
  Brad Park, Boston, 1978. 15 games.
  8 Denis Potvin, NY Islanders, 1981. 18 games.
  Raymond Bourque, Boston, 1983. 17 games.
  Denis Potvin, NY Islanders, 1983. 20 games.
  Paul Coffey, Edmonton, 1984. 19 games.
MOST GOALS BY A DEFENSEMAN, ONE GAME
  3 Bobby Orr, Boston, April 11, 1971, at Montreal. Final score: Boston 5, Montreal 2.
  Dick Redmond, Chicago, April 4, 1973, at Chicago. Final score: Chicago 7, St. Louis 1.
  Denis Potvin, NY Islanders, April 17, 1981, at NY Islanders. Final score: NY Islanders 6, Edmonton 3.
  Paul Reinhart, Calgary, April 14, 1983, at Edmonton. Final score: Edmonton 6, Calgary 3.
  Doug Halward, Vancouver, April 7, 1984, at Vancouver. Final score: Vancouver 7, Calgary 0.
  Paul Reinhart, Calgary, April 8, 1984, at Vancouver. Final score: Calgary 5, Vancouver 1.
  Al Iafrate, Washington, April 26, 1993, at Washington. Final score: Washington 6, NY Islanders 4.
  Eric Desjardins, Montreal, June 3, 1993, at Montreal. Final score: Montreal 3, Los Angeles 2.
  Gary Suter, Chicago, April 24, 1994, at Chicago. Final score: Chicago 4, Toronto 3.
  Brian Leetch, NY Rangers, May 22, 1995, at Philadelphia. Final score: Philadelphia 4, NY Ran
  Andy Delmore, Philadelphia, May 7, 2000, at Philadelphia. Final score: Philadelphia 6, Pittsburgh 3.
MOST ASSISTS BY A DEFENSEMAN, ONE PLAYOFF YEAR
  25 Paul Coffey, Edmonton, 1985. 18 games.
  24 Al MacInnis, Calgary, 1989. 22 games.
  23 Brian Leetch, NY Rangers, 1994. 23 games.
  19 Bobby Orr, Boston, 1972. 15 games.
  18 Raymond Bourque, Boston, 1988. 23 games.
  Raymond Bourque, Boston, 1991. 19 games.
  Larry Murphy, Pittsburgh, 1991. 23 games.
Chris Pronger, Philadelphia, 2010. 23 games.
MOST ASSISTS BY A DEFENSEMAN, ONE GAME
  5 Paul Coffey, Edmonton, May 14, 1985, at Edmonton vs. Chicago. Edmonton won 10-5.
  Risto Siltanen, Quebec, April 14, 1987, at Hartford. Quebec won 7-5.
MOST POINTS BY A DEFENSEMAN, ONE PLAYOFF YEAR
  37 Paul Coffey, Edmonton, 1985. 12 goals, 25 assists in 18 games.
  34 Brian Leetch, NY Rangers, 1994. 11 goals, 23 assists in 23 games.
  31 Al MacInnis, Calgary, 1989. 7 goals, 24 assists in 22 games.
  25 Denis Potvin, NY Islanders, 1981. 8 goals, 17 assists in 18 games.
  Raymond Bourque, Boston, 1991. 7 goals, 18 assists in 19 games.
MOST POINTS BY A DEFENSEMAN, ONE GAME
  6 Paul Coffey, Edmonton, May 14, 1985, at Edmonton vs. Chicago. 1 goal, 5 assists. Edmonton won 10-5.
  5 Eddie Bush, Detroit, April 9, 1942, at Detroit vs. Toronto. 1 goal, 4 assists. Detroit won 5-2.
  Bob Dailey, Philadelphia, May 1, 1980, at Philadelphia vs. Minnesota. 1 goal, 4 assists. Philadelphia won 7-0.
  Denis Potvin, NY Islanders, April 17, 1981, at NY Islanders vs. Edmonton. 3 goals, 2 assists. NY Islanders won 6-3.
  Risto Siltanen, Quebec, April 14, 1987, at Hartford. 5 assists. Quebec won 7-5.

SCORING BY A ROOKIE

MOST GOALS BY A ROOKIE, ONE PLAYOFF YEAR
  14 Dino Ciccarelli, Minnesota, 1981. 19 games.
  11 Jeremy Roenick, Chicago, 1990. 20 games.
  10 Claude Lemieux, Montreal, 1986. 20 games.
  9 Pat Flatley, NY Islanders, 1984. 21 games.
  8 Steve Christoff, Minnesota, 1980. 14 games.
  Brad Palmer, Minnesota, 1981. 19 games.
  Mike Krushelnyski, Boston, 1983. 17 games.
  Bob Joyce, Boston, 1988. 23 games.
MOST POINTS BY A ROOKIE, ONE PLAYOFF YEAR
  21 Dino Ciccarelli, Minnesota, 1981. 14 goals, 7 assists in 19 games.
  20 Don Maloney, NY Rangers, 1979. 7 goals, 13 assists in 18 games.

THREE-OR-MORE-GOAL GAMES

MOST THREE-OR-MORE-GOAL GAMES IIN PLAYOFFS, CAREER
  10 Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, Los Angeles, NY Rangers. 8 three-goal games; 2 four-goal games.
  7 Maurice Richard, Montreal. 4 three-goal games; 2 four-goal games; 1 five-goal game.
  Jari Kurri, Edmonton. 6 three-goal games; 1 four-goal game.
  6 Dino Ciccarelli, Minnesota, Washington, Detroit. 5 three-goal games; 1 four-goal game.
  5 Mike Bossy, NY Islanders. 4 three-goal games; 1 four-goal game.
MOST THREE-OR-MORE-GOAL GAMES, ONE PLAYOFF YEAR
  4 Jari Kurri, Edmonton, 1985. 1 four-goal game, 3 three-goal games.
  3 Mark Messier, Edmonton, 1983. 3 three-goal games.
  Mike Bossy, NY Islanders, 1983. 1 four-goal game, 2 three-goal games.
  2 Newsy Lalonde, Montreal, 1919. 1 five-goal game, 1 four-goal game.
  Maurice Richard, Montreal, 1944. 1 five-goal game; 1 three-goal game.
  Doug Bentley, Chicago, 1944. 2 three-goal games.
  Norm Ullman, Detroit, 1964. 2 three-goal games.
  Phil Esposito, Boston, 1970. 2 three-goal games.
  Pit Martin, Chicago, 1973. 2 three-goal games.
  Rick MacLeish, Philadelphia, 1975. 2 three-goal games.
  Lanny McDonald, Toronto, 1977. 1 four-goal game; 1 three-goal game.
  Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, 1981. 2 three-goal games.
  Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, 1983. 2 four-goal games.
  Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, 1985. 2 three-goal games.
  Petr Klima, Detroit, 1988. 2 three-goal games.
  Cam Neely, Boston, 1991. 2 three-goal games.
  Wayne Gretzky, NY Rangers, 1997. 2 three-goal games.
  Daniel Alfredsson, Ottawa, 1998. 2 three-goal games.
  Patrick Marleau, San Jose, 2004. 2 three-goal games.
  Johan Franzen, Detroit, 2008. 2 three-goal games.
MOST THREE-OR-MORE-GOAL GAMES, ONE PLAYOFF SERIES
  3 Jari Kurri, Edmonton, 1985 CF vs. Chicago, won by Edmonton 4-2. Kurri scored 3 goals May 7 at Edmonton in 7-3 win, 3 goals May 14 at Edmonton in 10-5 win and 4 goals May 16 at Chicago in 8-2 win.
  2 Doug Bentley, Chicago, 1944 SF vs. Detroit, won by Chicago 4-1. Bentley scored 3 goals March 28 at Chicago in 7-1 win and 3 goals March 30 at Detroit in 5-2 win.
  Norm Ullman, Detroit, 1964 SF vs. Chicago, won by Detroit 4-3. Ullman scored 3 goals March 29 at Chicago in 5-4 win and 3 goals April 7 at Detroit in 7-2 win.
  Mark Messier, Edmonton, 1983 DF vs. Calgary, won by Edmonton 4-1. Messier scored 4 goals April 14 at Edmonton in 6-3 win and 3 goals April 17 at Calgary in 10-2 win.
  Mike Bossy, NY Islanders, 1983 CF vs. Boston, won by NY Islanders 4-2. Bossy scored 3 goals May 3 at NY Islanders in 8-3 win and 4 goals May 7 at NY Islanders in 8-4 win.
Johan Franzen, Detroit, 2008 CSF vs. Colorado, won by Detroit 4-0. Franzen scored 3 goals April 26 at Detroit in 5-1 win and 3 goals May 1 at Colorado in 8-2 win.

SCORING STREAKS

LONGEST CONSECUTIVE GOAL-SCORING STREAK, ONE PLAYOFF YEAR
  10 games    Reggie Leach, Philadelphia, 1976. Streak started April 17 at Toronto and ended May 9 at Montreal. He scored one goal in each of eight games; two in one game; and five in another; a total of 15 goals.
LONGEST CONSECUTIVE POINT-SCORING STREAK, ONE PLAYOFF YEAR
  18 games  Bryan Trottier, NY Islanders, 1981. 11 goals, 18 assists, 29 points.
  17 games  Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, 1988. 12 goals, 29 assists, 41 points.
  Al MacInnis, Calgary, 1989. 7 goals, 19 assists, 26 points.
LONGEST CONSECUTIVE POINT-SCORING STREAK, MORE THAN ONE PLAYOFF YEAR
  27 games  Bryan Trottier, NY Islanders, 1980, 1981 and 1982. 7 games in 1980 (3 goals, 5 assists, 8 points), 18 games in 1981 (11 goals, 18 assists, 29 points), and 2 games in 1982 (2 goals, 3 assists, 5 points). Total points: 42.

FASTEST GOALS

FASTEST GOAL FROM START OF GAME
  0:06   Don Kozak, Los Angeles, April 17, 1977, at Los Angeles vs. Boston and goaltender Gerry Cheevers. Los Angeles won 7-4.
  0:07 Bob Gainey, Montreal, May 5, 1977, at NY Islanders vs. goaltender Glenn Resch. Montreal won 2-1.
  Terry Murray, Philadelphia, April 12, 1981, at Quebec vs. goaltender Dan Bouchard. Quebec won 4-3 in overtime.
FASTEST GOAL FROM START OF PERIOD (OTHER THAN FIRST)
  0:06 Pelle Eklund, Philadelphia, April 25, 1989, at Pittsburgh vs. goaltender Tom Barrasso, second period. Pittsburgh won 10-7.
  0:09 Bill Collins, Minnesota, April 9, 1968, at Minnesota vs. Los Angeles and goaltender Wayne Rutledge, third period. Minnesota won 7-5.
  Dave Balon, Minnesota, April 25, 1968, at St. Louis vs. goaltender Glenn Hall, third period. Minnesota won 5-1.
  Murray Oliver, Minnesota, April 8, 1971, at St. Louis vs. goaltender Ernie Wakely, third period. St. Louis won 4-2.
  Clark Gillies, NY Islanders, April 15, 1977, at Buffalo vs. goaltender Don Edwards, third period. NY Islanders won 4-3.
  Eric Vail, Atlanta, April 11, 1978, at Atlanta vs. Detroit and goaltender Ron Low, third period. Detroit won 5-3.
  Stan Smyl, Vancouver, April 10, 1979, at Philadelphia vs. goaltender Wayne Stephenson, third period. Vancouver won 3-2.
  Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, April 6, 1983, at Edmonton vs. Winnipeg and goaltender Brian Hayward, second period. Edmonton won 6-3.
  Mark Messier, Edmonton, April 16, 1984, at Calgary vs. goaltender Don Edwards, third period. Edmonton won 5-3.
  Brian Skrudland, Montreal, May 18, 1986, at Calgary vs. goaltender Mike Vernon, first overtime period. Montreal won 3-2.
FASTEST TWO GOALS
  0:05 Norm Ullman, Detroit, April 11, 1965, at Detroit vs. Chicago and goaltender Glenn Hall. Ullman scored at 17:35 and 17:40 of second period. Detroit won 4-2.
FASTEST TWO GOALS FROM START OF A GAME
  1:08 Dick Duff, Toronto, April 9, 1963, at Toronto vs. Detroit and goaltender Terry Sawchuk. Duff scored at 0:49 and 1:08. Toronto won 4-2.
FASTEST TWO GOALS FROM START OF A PERIOD
  0:35 Pat LaFontaine, NY Islanders, May 19, 1984, at Edmonton vs. goaltender Andy Moog. LaFontaine scored at 0:13 and 0:35 of third period. Edmonton won 5-2.

PENALTIES

MOST PENALTY MINUTES IN PLAYOFFS, CAREER
  729 Dale Hunter, Quebec, Washington, Colorado
  541 Chris Nilan, Montreal, NY Rangers, Boston
  529 Claude Lemieux, Montreal, New Jersey, Colorado, Phoenix. Dallas
  471 Rick Tocchet, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Boston, Phoenix
  466 Willi Plett, Atlanta, Calgary, Minnesota, Boston
MOST PENALTIES, ONE GAME
  8 Forbes Kennedy, Toronto, April 2, 1969, at Boston. Kennedy was assessed 4 minors, 2 majors, 1 10-minute misconduct and 1 game misconduct. Boston won 10-0.
  Kim Clackson, Pittsburgh, April 14, 1980, at Boston. Clackson was assessed 5 minors, 2 majors and 1 10-minute misconduct. Boston won 6-2.
MOST PENALTY MINUTES, ONE GAME
  42 Dave Schultz, Philadelphia, April 22, 1976, at Toronto. Schultz was assessed 1 minor, 2 majors, 1 10-minute misconduct and 2 game misconducts. Toronto won 8-5.
MOST PENALTIES, ONE PERIOD AND MOST PENALTY MINUTES, ONE PERIOD
  Jun-39 Six penalties, 39 minutes. Ed Hospodar, NY Rangers, April 9, 1981, at Los Angeles, first period. Hospodar was assessed 2 minors, 1 major, 1 10-minute misconduct and 2 game misconducts. Los Angeles won 5-4.

GOALTENDING

MOST PLAYOFF GAMES APPEARED IN BY A GOALTENDER, CAREER
  247 Patrick Roy, Montreal, Colorado
  181 Martin Brodeur, New Jersey
  161 Ed Belfour, Chicago, Dallas, Toronto
  150 Grant Fuhr, Edmonton, Buffalo, St. Louis
  138 Mike Vernon, Calgary, Detroit, San Jose, Florida
MOST MINUTES PLAYED BY A GOALTENDER, CAREER
  15,209 Patrick Roy, Montreal, Colorado
  11,248 Martin Brodeur, New Jersey
  9,945 Ed Belfour, Chicago, Dallas, Toronto
  8,834 Grant Fuhr, Edmonton, Buffalo, St. Louis
  8,214 Mike Vernon, Calgary, Detroit, San Jose, Florida
MOST MINUTES PLAYED BY A GOALTENDER, ONE PLAYOFF YEAR
  1,655 Mikka Kiprusoff, Calgary, 2004. 26 games.
  1,544 Kirk McLean, Vancouver, 1994. 24 games.
  Ed Belfour, Dallas, 1999. 23 games.
  1,540 Ron Hextall, Philadelphia, 1987. 26 games.
  1,505 Martin Brodeur, 2001. 25 games.
MOST SHUTOUTS IN PLAYOFFS, CAREER
  23 Patrick Roy, Montreal, Colorado
  Martin Brodeur, New Jersey
  16 Curtis Joseph, St. Louis, Edmonton, Toronto
MOST SHUTOUTS, ONE PLAYOFF YEAR
  7 Martin Brodeur, New Jersey, 2003. 24 games.
  6 Dominik Hasek, Detroit, 2002. 23 games.
  5 Jean-Sebastien Giguere, Anaheim, 2003. 21 games.
  Nikolai Khabibulin, Tampa Bay, 2004. 23 games.
  Miikka Kiprusoff, Calgary, 2004. 26 games.
MOST SHUTOUTS, ONE PLAYOFF SERIES
  3 Clint Benedict, Mtl. Maroons, 1926 F vs. Victoria. 4 games.
  Dave Kerr, NY Rangers, 1940 SF vs. Boston. 6 games.
  Frank McCool, Toronto, 1945 F vs. Detroit. 7 games.
  Turk Broda, Toronto, 1950 SF vs. Detroit. 7 games.
  Felix Potvin, Toronto, 1994 CQF vs. Chicago. 6 games.
  Martin Brodeur, New Jersey, 1995 CQF vs. Boston. 5 games.
  Brent Johnson, St. Louis, 2002 CQF vs. Chicago. 5 games.
  Patrick Lalime, Ottawa, 2002 CQF vs. Philadelphia. 5 games.
  Jean-Sebastien Giguere, Anaheim, 2003 CF vs. Minnesota. 4 games.
  Martin Brodeur, New Jersey, 2003 F vs. Anaheim. 7 games.
  Ed Belfour, Toronto, 2004 CQF vs. Ottawa. 7 games.
  Nikolai Khabibulin, Tampa Bay, 2004 CQF vs. NY Islanders. 5 games.
  Marty Turco, Dallas, 2007 CQF vs. Vancouver. 7 games.
Michael Leighton, Philadelphia, 2010 CF vs. Montreal. 5 games.
MOST WINS BY A GOALTENDER, CAREER
  151 Patrick Roy, Montreal, Colorado
  99 Martin Brodeur, New Jersey
  92 Grant Fuhr, Edmonton, Buffalo, St. Louis
  88 Billy Smith, NY Islanders
  Ed Belfour, Chicago, Dallas, Toronto
MOST WINS BY A GOALTENDER, ONE PLAYOFF YEAR
  16 Sixteen wins by a goaltender in one playoff year has been recorded on 20 occasions. Tim Thomas of the Boston Bruins is the most recent to equal this mark, posting a record of 16 wins and 9 losses in 25 games in 2011k. It was first accomplished by Grant Fuhr of Edmonton in 1988.
MOST CONSECUTIVE WINS BY A GOALTENDER, MORE THAN ONE PLAYOFF YEAR
  14 Tom Barrasso, Pittsburgh, 1992, 1993; 3 wins vs. NY Rangers in 1992 DF, won by Pittsburgh 4-2; 4 wins vs. Boston in 1992 CF, won by Pittsburgh 4-0; 4 wins vs. Chicago in 1992 F, won by Pittsburgh 4-0; and 3 wins vs. New Jersey in 1993 DSF, won by Pittsburgh 4-1.
MOST CONSECUTIVE WINS BY A GOALTENDER, ONE PLAYOFF YEAR
  11 Ed Belfour, Chicago, 1992. 3 wins vs. St. Louis in DSF, won by Chicago 4-2; 4 wins vs. Detroit in DF, won by Chicago 4-0; and 4 wins vs. Edmonton in CF, won by Chicago 4-0.
  Tom Barrasso, Pittsburgh, 1992. 3 wins vs. NY Rangers in DF, won by Pittsburgh 4-2; 4 wins vs. Boston in CF, won by Pittsburgh 4-0; and 4 wins vs. Chicago in F, won by Pittsburgh 4-0.
  Patrick Roy, Montreal, 1993. 4 wins vs. Quebec in DSF, won by Montreal 4-2; 4 wins vs. Buffalo in DF, won by Montreal 4-0; and 3 wins vs. NY Islanders in CF, won by Montreal 4-1.
LONGEST SHUTOUT SEQUENCE
  270:08:00 George Hainsworth, Montreal, 1930. Hainsworth’s shutout streak began after Murray Murdoch scored a goal for the NY Rangers at 15:34 of the first period in the first game of a SF series on March 28, 1930. Hainsworth did not allow another goal in the final 113:18 of that game, won by Montreal 2-1 at 8:52 of the 4th overtime period. Hainsworth then shutout the NY Rangers in the next and final game of the series on March 30, 1930, won by Montreal 2-0. The streak continued with a 3-0 win over Boston in the opening game of the F series on April 1, 1930. His streak ended on April 3, 1930 when Boston’s Eddie Shore scored at 16:50 of the second period in the second game of the F series.
MOST CONSECUTIVE SHUTOUTS
  3 Clint Benedict, Mtl. Maroons, 1926. Benedict shut out Ottawa 1-0, March 27; he then shut out Victoria twice, 3-0, March 30; 3-0, April 1. Mtl. Maroons won total-goals NHL F vs. Ottawa 2-1 and won F vs. Victoria 3-1.
  John Ross Roach, NY Rangers, 1929. Roach shut out NY Americans twice, 0-0, March 19; 1-0, March 21; he then shut out Toronto 1-0, March 24. NY Rangers won total-goals QF vs. NY Americans 1-0 and won SF vs. Toronto 2-0.
  Frank McCool, Toronto, 1945. McCool shut out Detroit three times, 1-0, April 6; 2-0, April 8; 1-0, April 12. Toronto won F 4-3.
  Brent Johnson, St. Louis, 2002. Johnson shut out Chicago three times, 2-0, April 20; 4-0, April 21; 1-0, April 23. St. Louis won CQF 4-1.
  Patrick Lalime, Ottawa, 2002. Lalime shut out Philadelphia three times, 3-0, April 20; 3-0, April 22; 3-0, April 24. Ottawa won CQF 4-1.
  Jean-Sebastien Giguere, Anaheim, 2003. Giguere shut out Minnesota three times, 1-0, May 10; 2-0, May 12; 4-0, May 14. Anaheim won CF 4-0.
 
Quote of the Day

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