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(1918-Present)
 
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, Washinton, Detroit.
  - Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, Los Angeles, St Louis, NY Rangers.
29 - Mario Lemieux, Pittsburgh.

Most power-play goals, one playoff year:
9 - Mike Bossy, NY Islanders, 1981. 18 games against Toronto, Edmonton, NY Rangers and Minnesota.
  - Cam Neely, Boston, 1991. 19 games against Hartford, Montreal, Pittsburgh.
8 - Tim Kerr, Philadelphia, 1989. 19 games.
  - John Druce, Washington, 1990. 15 games.
  - Brain 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, won by Los Angeles 4-3.
5 - Andy Bathgate, Detroit, 1966, SF vs Chicago, won by Detroit 4-2.
  - Denis Potvin, NY Islanders, 1981, QF vs Edmonton, won by NY Islanders 4-2.
  - Ken Houston, Calgary, 1981, QF vs Philadephia, won by Calgary 4-3.
  - Rick Vaive, Chicago, 1988, DSF vs St Louis, won by St Louis 4-1.
  - Tim Kerr, Philadephia, 1989, DF vs Pittsburgh, won by Phiadelphia 4-3.
  - Mario Lemieux, Pittsburgh, 1989, DF vs Philadelphia, won by Philadelphia 4-3.
  - John Druce, Washington, 1990, DF vs NY Rangers, won by Washington 4-1.
  - Pat LaFontaine, Buffalo, 1992, DSF vs Boston, won by Boston 4-3.
  - Adam Graves, NY Rangers, 1996, CQF vs Montreal, won by NY Rangers 4-2.

Most power-play goals, one game:
3 - Syd Howe, Detroit, Mar. 23, 1939, at Detroit vs Montreal. Detroit won 7-3.
  - Sid Smith, Toronto, Apr. 10, 1949, at Detroit. Toronto won 3-1.
  - Phil Esposito, Boston, Apr. 2, 1969, at Boston vs Toronto. Boston won 10-0.
  - John Bucyk, Boston, Apr. 21, 1974, at Boston vs Chicago. Boston won 8-6.
  - Denis Potvin, NY Islanders, Apr. 17, 1981, at New York vs Edmonton. NY Islanders won 6-3.
  - Tim Kerr, Philadelphia, Apr. 13, 1985, at NY Rangers. Philadelphia won 6-5.
  - Jari Kurri, Edmonton, Apr. 9, 1987, at Edmonton vs Los Angeles. Edmonton won 13-3.
  - Mark Johnson, New Jersey, Apr. 22, 1988, at New Jersey vs Washington. New Jersey won 10-4.
  - Dino Ciccarelli, Detroit, Apr. 29, 1993, at Toronto. Detroit won 7-3.
  - Dino Ciccarelli, Detroit, May 11, 1995, at Dallas, Detrot won 5-1.
  - Valari Kamensky, Colorado, Apr. 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, Apr. 13, 1985, at New York, 2nd period in 6-5 win vs NY Rangers.
2 - Two power-play goals have been scored by one player in one period on 57 occasions. Charlie Conacher of Toronto was the first two power-play goals in one period, setting the mark with two power-play goals in the second period at Toronto vs. Boston, March 26, 1936. Final score: Toronto 8, Boston 3. Jonathan Toews of the Chicago Blackhawks is the most recent to equal this mark with two power-play goals in the second period at Vancouver, May 7, 2010. Final score: Chicago 7, Vancouver 4.

Shothand Goals: 
Most shorthanded goals in playoffs (career):
14 - Mark Messier, Edmonton, NY Rangers.
11 - Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, Los Angeles, St Louis.
10 - Jari Kurri, Edmonton, Los Angeles, NY Rangers.
8 - Ed Wastfall, 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 against Montreal in SF, won by Montreal, 4-2.
  - Bill Barber, Philadelphia, 1980. All 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 against Buffalo in SF, won by NY Islanders 4-2, 1 against Philadelphia in F, won by NY Islanders 4-2.
  - Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, 1983. 2 vs. Winnipeg in DSF, won by Edmonton 3-0, 1 against Calgary in DF, won by Edmonton 4-1.
  - Wayne Presley, Chicago, 1989. All vs. Detroit in DSF, won by Chicago 4-2.
  - Todd Marchant, Edmonton, 1997. 1 vs. Dallas in the CQF, won by Edmonton 4-3; 2 against Colorado in CSF, won by Colorado 4-1.

Most shorthand goals, one playoff series:
3 - Bill Barber, Philadelphia, 1980. SF vs Minnesota, won by Philadelphia 4-1.
  - Wayne Presley, Chicago, 1989. DSF vs Detroit, won by Chicago 4-2.
2 - Mac Colville, NY Rangers, 1940. SF vs Boston, won by NY Rangers 4-2.
  - Jerry Toppazzini, Boston, 1958, SF vs NY Rangers, won by Boston 4-2.
  - Dave Keon, Toronto, 1963, F vs Detroit, won by Toronto 4-1.
  - Bob Pulford, Toronto, 1964, F vs Detroit, won by Toronto 4-3.
  - Serge Savard, Montreal, 1968, F vs St Louis, won by Montreal 4-0.
  - Derek Sanderson, Boston, 1969, SF vs Montreal, won by Montreal 4-2.
  - Bryan Trottier, NY Islanders, 1980, PR vs Los Angeles, won by NY Islanders 3-1.
  - Bobby Lalonde, Boston, 1981, PR vs Minnesota, won by Minnesota 3-0.
  - Butch Goring, NY Islanders, 1981, SF vs NY Rangers, won by NY Islanders 4-0.
  - Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, 1983, DSF vs Winnipeg, won by Edmonton 3-0.
  - Mark Messier, Edmonton, 1983, DF vs Calgary, won by Edmonton 4-1.
  - Jari Kurri, Edmonton, 1983, CF vs Chicago, won by Edmonton 4-0.
  - Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, 1985, DF vs Winnipeg, won by Edmonton 4-0.
  - Kevin Lowe, Edmonton, 1987, F vs Philadelphia, won by Edmonton 4-3.
  - Bob Gould, Washington, 1988, DSF vs Philadelphia, won by Washington 4-3.
  - Dave Poulin, Philadelphia, 1989, DF vs Pittsburgh, won by Philadelphia 4-3.
  - Russ Courtnall, Montreal, 1991, DF vs Boston, won by Boston 4-3.
  - Sergei Fedorov, Detroit, 1992, DSF vs Minnesota, won by Detroit 4-3.
  - Mark Messier, NY Rangers, 1992, DSF vs New Jersey, won by NY Rangers 4-3.
  - Tom Fitzgerald, NY Islanders, 1993, DF vs Pittsburgh, won by NY Islanders 4-3.
  - Mark Osborne, Toronto, 1994, CSF vs San Jose, won by Toronto 4-3.
  - Tony Amonte, Chicago. 1997, CQF vs. Colorado, won by Colorado 4-2.
  - Brain Rolston, New Jersey, 1997, CQF, vs. Montreal, won by New Jersey 4-1.
  - Rod Brind'Amour, Philadelphia, 1997, vs. Pittsburgh, won by Philadelphia 4-1.
  - Todd Marchant, Edmonton, 1997, CSF vs. Colorado, won by Colorado 4-1.
  - Jeremy Roenick, Phoenix, 1998, CQF vs Detroit, won by Detroit 4-2.
  - Vincent Damphouuse, San Jose, 1999, CQF vs. Colorado, won by Colorado 4-2.
  - Dixon Ward, Buffalo, 1999, CF vs. Toronto, won by Buffalo 4-1.
  - Curtis Brown, Buffalo, 2001, CSF vs. Pittsburgh, won by Pittsburgh 4-3.
  - John Madden, New Jersey, 2006 CQF vs. NY Rangers, won by New Jersey 4-0.

Most shorthand goals, one game:
2 - Dave Keon, Toronto, Apr. 18, 1963, at Toronto, in 3-1 win vs Detroit.
  - Bryan Trottier, NY Islanders, Apr, 8, 1980, at New York, in 8-1 win vs Los Angeles.
  - Bobby Lalonde, Boston, Apr. 11, 1981, at Minnesota, in 6-3 win by Minnesota.
  - Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, Apr. 6, 1983, at Edmonton, in 6-3 win vs Winnipeg.
  - Jari Kurri, Edmonton, Apr. 24, 1983, at Edmonton, in 8-3 win vs Chicago.
  - Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, Apr. 25, 1985, at Winnipeg, in 8-3 win by Edmonton.
  - Mark Messier, NY Rangers, Apr. 21, 1992, at New York, in 7-3 loss vs New Jersey.
  - Tom Fitzgerald, NY Islanders, May 8, 1993, at Long Island, in 6-5 win vs Pittsburgh.
  - Rod Brind'Amour, Philadelphia, Apr. 26, 1997, at Philadelphia, in 6-3 win vs. Pittsburgh.
  - Jeremy Roenick, Phoenix, Apr. 24, 1998, at Detroit, in 7-4 win by Phoenix.
  - Vincent Damphouuse, San Jose, April 30, 1999, at Colorado, in 7-3 win by San Jose.
  - John Madden, New Jersey, Apr. 24, 2006, at New Jersey, in 4-1 win vs NY Rangers.

Most shorthand goals, one period:
2 - Bryan Trottier, NY Islanders, Apr. 8, 1980, 2nd period at New York in 8-1 win vs Los Angeles.
  - Bobby Lalonde, Boston, Apr. 11, 1981, 3rd period at Minnesota in 6-3 win by Minnesota.
  - Jari Kurri, Edmonton, Apr. 24, 1983, 3rd period at Edmonton in 8-4 win vs Chicago.
  - Rod Brind'Amour, Philadelphia, Apr. 26, 1997, 1st period at Philadelphia in 6-3 win vs. Pittsburgh.
  - Jeremy Roenick, Phoenix, Apr. 24, 1998, at Detroit, in 7-4 win by Phoenix.
  - Vincent Damphouuse, San Jose, April 30, 1999, 3rd period at Colorado, in 7-3 win by San Jose.

Game-winning Goals: 
Most game-winning goals in playoffs (carreer):
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 Scored in a Playoff Season:
7 - Brad Richards, Tampa Bay, 2004, 23 games.
6 - Joe Sakic, Colorado, 1996, 22 games.
  - Joe Nieuwendyk, Dallas, 1999, 23 games.
5 - Mike Bossy, NY Islanders, 1983, 19 games.
  - Jari Kurri, Edmonton, 1987, 21 games.
  - Bobby Smith, Minnesota, 1991, 23 games.
  - Mario Lemieux, Pittsburgh, 1992, 15 games.
  - Fernando Pisani, Edmonton, 2006. 24 games.
  - Johan Franzen, Detroit, 2008 16 games.
  - Dustin Byfuglien, Chicago, 2010, 22 games.

Most game-winning goals, one playoff series:
4 - Mike Bossy, NY Islanders, 1983, CF vs. Boston, won by NY Islanders 4-2.