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Individual Records
(1918-Present)
 
Overtime Goals: 
Most overtime goals in playoffs (career):
7 - Joe Sakic, Colorado. (2 in 1996; 1 in 1998; 1 in 2001; 2 in 2004; 1 in 2006)
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

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.

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.
24 - Brian Leetch, NY Rangers, 1994. 23 games.
23 - Bobby Orr, Boston, 1972. 15 games.
18 - Ray Bourque, Boston, 1988. 23 games.
  - Ray Bourque, Boston, 1991. 19 games.
  - Larry Murphy, Pittsburgh, 1991. 23 games.
  - Chris Pronger, Philadelphia, 2010, 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.
  - Ray 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.
11 - Jeremy Roenick, Chicago, 1990. 20 games.
10 - Claude Lemieux, Montreal, 1986. 20 games.
9 - Pat Flatley, NY Islanders, 1984. 21 games.
8 - Steve Christoff, Minnesota, 1980. 14 games.
  - Brad Palmer, Minnesota, 1981. 19 games.
  - Mike Krushelnyski, Boston, 1983. 17 games.
  - Bob Joyce, Boston, 1988. 23 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.
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.