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Power-play Goals: 
Most power-play goals in playoffs (Career):
38 Brett Hull, St. Louis, Dallas, Detroit.
35 Mike Bossy, NY Islanders.
  Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, Los Angeles, St Louis, NY Rangers.
34 Dino Ciccarelli, Minnesota, Washinton, Detroit.
30 Nicklas Lidstrom, Detroit.
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 64 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. Jared Spurgeon of the Minnesota Wild is the most recent to equal this mark with two power-ply goals in the third period vs. Dallas, April 24, 2016. Dinal score: Dallas 5, Minnesota 4.

Shothand Goals: 
Most shorthanded goals in playoffs (career):
14 Mark Messier, Edmonton, NY Rangers.
12 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.
  David Legwand, Nashville, 2011 CSF vs. Vancouver, won by Vancouver 4-2 .
  Maxime Talbot, Philadelphia 2012 CQF vs. Pittsburgh, won by Philadelphia 4-3.
  Dustin Brown, Los Angeles, 012 CQF vs. Vancouver, won by Los Angeles 4-1.
  Pascal Dupuis, Pittsburgh, 2013 CSF vs. Ottawa, won by Pittsburgh 4-1.

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.
  Dustin Brown, Los Algeles, April 13, 2012, at Vancouver, in 4-2 win vs. Vancouver.

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.
  Jake Guentzel, Pittsburgh, 2017, 25 games.

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