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Overtime Games: 1930-39

1918-29 | 1930-39 | 1940-49 | 1950-59 | 1960-69 | 1970-79 | 1980-89 | 1990-99 | 2000-08
Date City Series Score       Scorer Time Series Winner
20-Mar-30 Mtl SF Bos 2 Mtl M 1 Harry Oliver 45:35 Bos.
25-Mar-30 Bos SF Mtl M 1 Bos 0 Archie Wilcox 26:27 Bos.
26-Mar-30 Mtl QF Chi 2 Mtl 2 Howie Morenz* 51:43 Mtl.
28-Mar-30 Mtl SF Mtl 2 NYR 1 Gus Rivers 68:52 Mtl.
24-Mar-31 Bos SF Bos 5 Mtl 4 Cooney Weiland 18:56 Mtl.
26-Mar-31 Chi QF Chi 2 Tor 1 Stew Adams 19:20 Chi.
28-Mar-31 Mtl SF Mtl 4 Bos 3 Georges Mantha 5:10 Mtl.
1-Apr-31 Mtl SF Mtl 3 Bos 2 Wildor Larochelle 19:00 Mtl.
5-Apr-31 Chi F Chi 2 Mtl 1 Johnny Gottselig 24:50 Mtl.
9-Apr-31 Mtl F Chi 3 Mtl 2 Cy Wentworth 53:50 Mtl.
26-Mar-32 Mtl SF NYR 4 Mtl 3 Fred Cook 59:32 NYR
2-Apr-32 Tor SF Tor 3 Mtl M 2 Bob Gracie 17:59 Tor.
25-Mar-33 Bos SF Bos 2 Tor 1 Marty Barry 14:14 Tor.
28-Mar-33 Bos SF Tor 1 Bos 0 Busher Jackson 15:03 Tor.
30-Mar-33 Tor SF Bos 2 Tor 1 Eddie Shore 4:23 Tor.
3-Apr-33 Tor SF Tor 1 Bos 0 Ken Doraty 104:46 Tor.
13-Apr-33 Tor F NYR 1 Tor 0 Bill Cook 7:33 NYR
22-Mar-34 Tor SF Det 2 Tor 1 Herbie Lewis 1:33 Det.
25-Mar-34 Chi QF Chi 1 Mtl 1 Mush March (Chi.)* 11:05 Chi.
3-Apr-34 Det F Chi 2 Det 1 Paul Thompson 21:10 Chi.
10-Apr-34 Chi F Chi 1 Det 0 Mush March 30:05 Chi.
23-Mar-35 Bos SF Bos 1 Tor 0 Dit Clapper 33:26 Tor.
26-Mar-35 Chi QF Mtl M 1 Chi 0 Baldy Northcott 4:02 Mtl. M.
30-Mar-35 Tor SF Tor 2 Bos 1 Pep Kelly 1:36 Tor.
4-Apr-35 Tor F Mtl M 3 Tor 2 Dave Trottier 5:28 Mtl. M.
24-Mar-36 Mtl SF Det 1 Mtl M 0 Mud Bruneteau 116:30 Det.
9-Apr-36 Tor F Tor 4 Det 3 Buzz Boll 0:31 Det.
25-Mar-37 NYR QF NYR 2 Tor 1 Babe Pratt 13:05 NYR
1-Apr-37 Mtl SF Det 2 Mtl 1 Hec Kilrea 51:49 Det.
22-Mar-38 NYR QF NYA 2 NYR 1 John Sorrell 21:25 NYA
24-Mar-38 Tor SF Tor 1 Bos 0 George Parsons 21:31 Tor.
26-Mar-38 Mtl QF Chi 3 Mtl 2 Paul Thompson 11:49 Chi.
27-Mar-38 NYR QF NYA 3 NYR 2 Lorne Carr 60:40 NYA
29-Mar-38 Bos SF Tor 3 Bos 2 Gordie Drillon 10:04 Tor.
31-Mar-38 Chi SF Chi 1 NYA 0 Cully Dahlstrom 33:01 Chi.
21-Mar-39 NYR SF Bos 2 NYR 1 Mel Hill 59:25 Bos.
23-Mar-39 Bos SF Bos 3 NYR 2 Mel Hill 8:24 Bos.
26-Mar-39 Det QF Det 1 Mtl 0 Marty Barry 7:47 Det.
30-Mar-39 Bos SF NYR 2 Bos 1 Clint Smith 17:19 Bos.
1-Apr-39 Tor SF Tor 5 Det 4 Gordie Drillon 5:42 Tor.
2-Apr-39 Bos SF Bos 2 NYR 1 Mel Hill 48:00 Bos.
9-Apr-39 Bos F Tor 3 Bos 2 Doc Romnes 10:38 Bos.
Notes
*Scored series clinching OT goal in second game of two-game total goals series

Abbreviations: (Teams/Cities): Ana. - Anaheim; Atl. - Atlanta; Bos. - Boston; Buf. - Buffalo; Cgy. - Calgary; Chi. - Chicago; Col. - Colorado; Dal. - Dallas; Det. - Detroit; Edm. - Edmonton; Edm. E. - Edmonton Eskimos (Western Canada Hockey League); Fla. - Florida; Hfd. - Hartford; L.A. - Los Angeles; Min. - Minnesota; Mtl. - Montreal; Mtl. M. - Montreal Maroons; Nsh. - Nashville; N.J. - New Jersey; NYA - New York Americans; NYI - New York Islanders; NYR - New York Rangers; Oak. - Oakland; Ott. - Ottawa; Phi. - Philadelphia; Phx. - Phoenix; Pit. - Pittsburgh; Que. - Quebec; Reg. - Regina Capitals (Western Canada Hockey League); St.L. - St. Louis; Sas. - Saskatoon Crescents (Western Canada Hockey League); Sea. - Seattle Metropolitans (Pacific Coast Hockey Association); S.J. - San Jose; T.B. - Tampa Bay; Tor. - Toronto; Van. - Vancouver; Van. M. - Vancouver Millionaires (Pacific Coast Hockey Association); Vic. - Victoria Cougars (Western Hockey League); Wpg. - Winnipeg; Wsh. - Washington.

SERIES: CF - conference final; CQF - conference quarter-final; CSF - conference semifinal; DF - division final; DSF - division semifinal; F - final; PF - Pacific Coast Hockey Association final; PRE - preliminary round; QF - quarter-final; SF - semifinal; WF - Western Canada Hockey League final; WSF - Western Hockey League semifinal.
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