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(1918-Present)
 
Games Played: 
Most Stanley Cup Championships:
11 - Henri Richard, Montreal.

Most years in playoffs:
24 - Chris Chelios, Montreal, Chicago, Detroit (1984-97 incl.; 99-04 incl, 2006-09 incl.)
21 - Ray Bourque, Boston, Colorado (1980-96 incl.; 98-01 incl.)
20 - Gordie Howe, Detroit, Hartford (1947-58 incl, 60-61, 63-66 incl, 70 & 80)
  - Larry Robinson, Montreal, Los Angeles (1973-93 incl)
  - Larry Murphy, Los Angeles, Washington, Minnesota, Pittsburgh, Toronto, Detorit.
  - Scott Stevens, Washington, St. Louis, New Jersey.
  - Steve Yzerman, Detroit.

Most consecutive years in playoffs:
20 - Larry Robinson, Montreal, Los Angeles (1973-1992, inclusive).
19 - Brett Hull, Calgary, St. Louis, Dallas, Detroit (1986-2004, inclusive).
18 - Larry Murphy, Los Angeles, Washington, Minnesota, Pittsburgh, Toronto, Detroit. (1984-2001, inclusive).
17 - Brad Park, NY Rangers, Boston, Detroit (1969-1985, inclusive).
  - Raymond Bourque, Boston (1980-96, inclusive).

Most playoff games:
266 - Chris Chelios, Montreal, Chicago, Detroit
247 - Patrick Roy, Montreal, Colorado
  - Nicklas Lidsrom, Detroit
236 - Mark Messier, Edmonton, NY Rangers
234 - Claude Lemieux, Montreal, New Jersey, Colorado, Phoenix, Dallas, San Jose.

Goals: 
Most Goals Scored in Playoffs:
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.
103 - 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 Players only):
9 - Babe Dye, Toronto in 1922, 5 games vs. Van. Millionaires.
8 - Alf Skinner, Toronto, in 1918, 5 games vs. Van. Millonaires.
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, Mar. 1, 1919, at Montreal. Final score: Montreal 6, Ottawa 3.
  - Maurice Richard, Montreal, Mar. 23, 1944, at Montreal. Final score: Montreal 5, Toronto 1.
  - Darryl Sittler, Toronto, Apr. 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, Apr. 25, 1989, at Pittsburgh. Final score: Pittsburgh 10, Philadelphia 7.

Most goals, one period:
4 - Tim Kerr, Philadelphia, Apr. 13, 1985, at New York vs NY Rangers, 2nd period. Final score: Philadelphia 6, NY Rangers 5.
  - Mario Lemieux, Pittsburgh, Apr. 25, 1989, at Pittsburgh vs Philadelphia, 1st 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.
127 - Jari Kurri, Edmonton, Los Angeles, NY Rangers, Anaheim.

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 then 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.
11 - 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.
10 - Fleming Mackell, Boston, in 1958 SF, 6 games vs. NY Rangers.
  - Stan Mikita, Chicago, in 1962 SF, 6 games vs. Montreal.
  - Bob Bourne, NY Islanders, in 1983 DF, 6 games vs. NY Rangers.
  - Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, in 1988 DSF, 5 games vs. Winnipeg.
  - Mario Lemieux, Pittsburgh, in 1992 DSF, 6 games vs. Washington.

Most assists in 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, Apr. 8, 1982, at New York. Final score: NY Rangers 7, Philadelphia 3.
  - Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, Apr. 9, 1987, at Edmonton. Final score: Edmonton 13, Los Angeles 3.
5 - Toe Blake, Montreal, Mar. 23, 1944, at Montreal. Final score: Montreal 5, Toronto 1.
  - Maurice Richard, Montreal, Mar. 27, 1956, at Montreal. Final score: Edmonton 7, NY Rangers 0.
  - Bert Olmstead, Montreal, Mar. 30, 1957, at Montreal. Final score: Montreal 8, NY Rangers 3.
  - Don McKenney, Boston, Apr. 5, 1958, at Boston. Final score: Boston 8, NY Rangers 2.
  - Stan Mikita, Chicago, Apr. 4, 1973, at Chicago. Final score: Chicago 7, St Louis 1.
  - Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, Apr. 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, Apr. 15, 1986, at Minnisota. Final score: St Louis 6, Minnesota 3.
  - Risto Siltanen, Quebec, Apr. 14, 1987, at Hartford. Final score: Quebec 7, Hartford 5.
  - Patrik Sundstrom, New Jersey, Apr. 22, 1988, at New Jersey. Final score: New Jersey 10, Washington 4.
  - Geoff Courtnall, St. Louis, Apr. 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 82 occasions. Daniel Sedin of the Vancouver Canucks is the most recent to equal this mark with 3 assists in the third period at Los Angeles, April 21, 2010. Final score: Vancouver 6, Los Angeles 4.
  - 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. Joe Primeau of Toronto was the first player to be credited with 3 assists in one period of a playoff game; third period at Boston vs. 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, 122g, 260a.
295 - Mark Messier, Edmonton, NY Rangers, 109g, 186a.
233 - Jari Kurri, Edmonton, Los Angeles, NY Rangers, Anaheim, 106g, 127a.
214 - Glenn Anderson, Edmonton, Toronto, NY Rangers, St. Louis, 93g, 212a.
196 - Paul Coffey, Edmonton, Pittsburgh, Los Angeles, Detroit, Philadelphia, Carolina 59g, 137a.

Most Points, One Playoff Season:
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 in 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.
15 - Jari Kurri, Edmonton, in 1985 CF, 6 games vs Chicago. 12 goals, 3 assists.
  - Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, in 1987 DSF, 5 games vs Los Angeles. 2 goals, 13 assists.
  - Tim Kerr, Philadelphia, in 1989 DF, 7 games vs Pittsburgh. 10 goals, 5 assists.
  - Mario Lemieux, Pittsburgh, in 1991 CF, 6 games vs Boston. 6 goals, 9 assists.

Most points in 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, Apr. 22, 1988 at New Jersey during 10-4 win over Washington. Sundstrom had 3 goals, 5 assists.
  - Mario Lemieux, Pittsburgh, Apr. 25, 1989 at Pittsburgh during 10-7 win over Philadelphia. Lemieux had 5 goals, 3 assists.
7 - Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, Apr. 17, 1983 at Calgary during 10-2 win. Gretzky had 4 goals, 3 assists.
  - Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, Apr. 25, 1985 at Winnipeg during 8-3 win. Gretzky had 3 goals, 4 assists.
  - Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, Apr. 9, 1987, at Edmonton during 13-3 win over Los Angeles. Gretzky had 1 goal, 6 assists.
6 - Dickie Moore, Montreal, Mar. 25, 1954, at Montreal during 8-1 win over Boston. Moore had 2 goals, 4 assists.
  - Phil Esposito, Boston, Apr. 2, 1969, at Boston during 10-0 win over Toronto. Esposito had 4 goals, 2 assists.
  - Darryl Sittler, Toronto, Apr. 22, 1976, at Toronto during 8-5 win over Philadelphia. Sittler had 5 goals, 1 assist.
  - Guy Lafleur, Montreal, Apr. 11, 1977, at Montreal during 7-2 win over St Louis. Lafleur had 3 goals, 3 asissts.
  - Mikko Leinonen, NY Rangers, Apr. 8, 1982, at New York during 7-3 win over Philadelphia. Leinonen had 6 assists.
  - Paul Coffey, Edmonton, May 14, 1985 at Edmonton during 10-5 win over Chicago. Coffey had 1 goal, 5 assists.
  - John Anderson, Hartford, Apr. 12, 1986 at Hartford during 9-4 win over Quebec. Anderson had 2 goals, 4 assists.
  - Mario Lemieux, Pittsburgh, Apr. 23, 1992 at Pittsburgh during 6-4 win over Washington. Lemieux had 3 goals, 3 assists.
  - Geoff Courtnall, St. Louis, Apr. 23 1998 at St. Louis during 8-3 win over Los Angeles, Courtnall had 1 goal, 5 assists.
  - Johan Franzen, Detroit, May 6, 2010, at Detroit in 7-1 win over San Jose. Franzen had 4 goals, 2 assists.

Most points, one period:
4 - Maurice Richard, Montreal, Mar. 29, 1945, at Montreal vs Toronto. 3rd period, 3 goals, 1 assist. Final score, Montreal 10, Toronto 3.
  - Dickie Moore, Montreal, Mar. 25, 1954, at Montreal vs Boston. 1st period, 2 goals, 2 asissts. Final score, Montreal 8, Boston 1.
  - Barry Pederson, Boston, Apr. 8, 1982, at Boston vs Buffalo. 2nd period, 3 goals, 1 assist. Final score Boston 7, Buffalo 3.
  - Peter McNab, Boston, Apr. 11, 1982, at Buffalo. 2nd period, 1 goal, 3 assists. Final score, Boston 5, Buffalo 2.
  - Tim Kerr, Philadelphia, Apr. 13, 1985 at NY Rangers. 2nd period, 4 goals. Final score, Philadelphia 6, Rangers 5.
  - Ken Linseman, Boston, Apr. 14, 1985, at Boston vs Montreal. 2nd period, 2 goals, 2 assists. Final score, Boston 7, Montreal 6.
  - Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, Apr. 12, 1987, at Los Angeles. 3rd period, 1 goals, 3 assists. Final score, Edmonton 6, Los Angeles 3.
  - Glenn Anderson, Edmonton, Apr. 6, 1988, at Edmonton vs Winnipeg. 3rd period, 3 goals, 1 assist. Final score, Edmonton 7, Winnipeg 4.
  - Mario Lemieux, Pittsburgh, Apr. 25, 1989, at Pittsburgh vs Philadelphia. 1st period, 4 goals. Final score, Pittsburgh 10, Philadelphia 7.
  - Dave Cagner, Minnesota, Apr. 8, 1991, at Minnesota vs Chicago. 1st period, 2 goals, 2 assists. Final score, Chicago 6, Minnesota 5.
  - Mario Lemieux, Pittsburgh, Apr. 23, 1992, at Pittsburgh vs Washington. 2nd period, 2 goals, 2 assists. Final score, Pittsburgh 6, Washington 4.
  - Alexander Mogilny, New Jersey, Apr. 28, 2001, at New Jersey vs Toronto. 2nd period, 1 goals, 3 assists. Final score, New Jersey 6, Toronto 5.
  - Brad Richards, Dallas, Apr. 27, 2008, at San Jose, 3rd 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 over San Jose. 3 goals, 1 assist.