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(1918-Present)
 
Overtime Goals: 
Most overtime goals in playoffs (career):
8 Joe Sakic, Colorado. (2 in 1996; 1 in 1998; 1 in 2001; 2 in 2004; 1 in 2006; 1 in 2008)
6 Maurice Richard, Montreal. (1 in 1946, 3 in 1951, 1 in 1957, 1 in 1958).
5 Glenn Anderson, Edmonton, Toronto, NY Rangers, 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
  Patrick Marleau, San Jose.
  Martin St. Louis, Tampa Bay, NY Rangers
  Corey Perry, Anaheim

Most overtime goals, one playoff year:
3 Mel Hill, Boston, 1939. All vs. NY Rangers in best-of-seven SF, won by Boston 4-3.
  Maurice Richard, Montreal, 1951. 2 vs. Detroit in best-of-seven SF, won by Montreal 4-2, 1 against Toronto best-of-seven F, won by Toronto 4-1.
  Corey Perry, Anaheim, 2017, 1 vs. Calgary in best-of-seven FR, won by Anaheim 4-0; 1 vs. Edmonton in best-of-seven SR, won by Anaheim 4-3; 1 vs. Nashville in best-of-seven CF, won by Nashville 4-2.

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 Mar. 21 for a 2-1 win, at 8:24, Mar. 23 for a 3-2 win, and at 48:00, Apr. 2 for a 2-1 win.

Scoring by a Defenceman: 
Most Goals Scored by a Defenseman in a Playoff Season:
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, Apr. 11, 1971 at Montreal. Final score: Boston 5, Montreal 2.
  Dick Redmond, Chicago, Apr. 4, 1973 at Chicago. Final score: Chicago 7, St Louis 1.
  Denis Potvin, NY Islanders, Apr. 17, 1981 at NY Islanders. Final score: NY Islanders 6, Edmonton 3.
  Paul Reinhart, Calgary, Apr. 14, 1983 at Edmonton. Final score: Edmonton 6, Calgary 3.
  Doug Halward, Vancouver, Apr. 7, 1984 at Vancouver. Final score: Vancouver 7, Calgary 0.
  Paul Reinhart, Calgary, Apr. 8, 1984 at Vancouver. Final score: Calgary 5, Vancouver 1.
  Al Iafrate, Washington, Apr. 26, 1993 at Washington. Final score: Washington 6, NY Islanders 4.
  Eric Desjardins, Montreal, Jun. 3, 1993 at Montreal. Final score: Montreal 3, Los Angeles 2.
  Gary Suter, Chicago, Apr. 24, 1994, at Chicago. Final score: Chicago 4, Toronto 3.
  Brian Leetch, NY Rangers, May 22, 1995 at Philadelphia. Final score: Philadelphia 4, NY Rangers 3.
  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 Maclnnis, 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.
  Duncan Keith, Chicago, 2015, 23 games.

Most assists by a defence, one game:
5 Paul Coffey, Edmonton, May 14, 1985 at Edmonton vs Chicago. Edmonton won 10-5.
  Risto Siltanen, Quebec, Apr. 14, 1987 at Hartford. Quebec won 7-5.

Most points by a defenseman, one playoff year:
37 Paul Coffey, Edmonton, in 1985. 12 goals, 25 assists in 18 games.
34 Brian Leetch, NY Rangers, in 1994. 11 goals, 23 assists in 23 games.
31 Al Macinnis, Calgary, in 1989. 7 goals, 24 assists in 22 games.
25 Denis Potvin, NY Islanders, in 1981. 8 goals, 17 assists in 18 games.
  Raymond Bourque, Boston, in 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, Apr. 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, Apr. 17, 1981, at New York vs Edmonton. 3 goals, 2 assists. NY Islanders won 6-3.
  Risto Siltanen, Quebec, Apr. 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.
13 Jake Guentzel, Pittsburgh, 2017, 25 games.
11 Jeremy Roenick, Chicago, 1990. 20 games.
  Brad Marchand, Boston, 2011, 25 games.
10 Claude Lemieux, Montreal, 1986. 20 games.

Most assists by a rookie, one playoff year:
14 Ville Leino, Philadelphia, 2010. 19 games.
13 Don Maloney, NY Rangers, 1979. 18 games.

Most points by a rookie, one playoff year:
21 Dino Ciccarelli, Minnesota, in 1981. 14 goals, 7 assists in 19 games.
  Ville Leino, Philadelphia, 2010. 7 goals, 14 assists in 19 games.
  Jake Guentzel, Pittsburgh, 2017. 13 goals, 8 assists in 25 games.
20 Don Maloney, NY Rangers, in 1979. 7 goals, 13 assists in 18 games.

Three-Or-More-Goal Games: 
Most three-or-more-goal games in playoffs, career:
10 Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, Los angeles, St. Louis, 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 three-goal game, 1 four-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 Nelly, 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 Frenzan, 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 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 Mar. 28 at Chicago in 7-1 win and 3 goals Mar. 30 at Detroit in 5-2 win.
  Norm Ullman, Detroit, 1994, SF vs Chicago, won by Detroit 4-3, Ullman scored 3 goals Mar. 29 at Chicago in 7-1 win and 3 goals Apr. 7 at Detroit in 7-2 win.
  Mark Messier, Edmonton, 1983, DF vs Calgary won by Edmonton 4-1, Messier scored 4 goals Apr. 14 at Edmonton in 6-3 win and 3 goals Apr. 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 at New York in 8-3 win and 4 goals on May 7 at New York in 8-4 win.
  Johna Frenzen, Detroit, 2008 CSF vs. Colorado, won by Detroit 4-0. Frenzen scored 3 goals Apr. 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 Apr. 17 at Toronto and ended May 9 at Montreal. He scored 1 goal in each of eight games, 2 in one game, and 5 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 Maclnnis, Calgary, 1989. 7 goals, 19 assists, 26 points.

Longest consecutive point-scoring streak, more then one playoff year:
27 games Bryan Trottier, NY Islanders, 1980, 1981 and 1982. 7 games in 1980 (3G, 5A, 8PTS), 18 games in 1981 (11G, 18A, 29PTS), and 2 games in 1982 (2G, 3A, 5PTS). Total points, 42.
19 games Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, Los Angeles, 1988 and 1989. 17 games in 1988 (12G, 29A, 41PTS with Edmonton), 2 games in 1989 (1G, 2A, 3PTS with Los Angeles). Total points, 44.
  Al MacInnis, Calgary, 1989 and 1990. 17 games in 1989 (7G, 19A, 26PTS, and two games in 1990 (2G, 1A, 3PTS). Total points, 29.