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(1918-Present)
 
Fastest Goals: 
Fastest goal from start of game:
0:06s Don Kozak, Los Angeles Apr. 17, 1977, at Los Angeles vs Boston and goaltender Gerry Cheevers. Los Angeles won 7-4.
0:07s Bob Gainey, Montreal, May 5, 1977, at New York vs NY Islanders and goaltender Glenn Resch. Montreal won 2-1.
  Terry Murray, Philadelphia, Apr. 12, 1981, at Quebec vs goaltender Dan Bouchard. Quebec won 4-3 in overtime.
0:08s Stan Smyl, Vancouver, Apr. 7, 1982, at Vancouver vs Calgary and goaltender Pat Riggin. Vancouver won 5-3.

Fastest goal from start of period (other then first):
0:06s Pelle Eklund, Philadelphia, Apr. 25, 1989, at Pittsburgh vs goaltender Tom Barrasso, 2nd period. Pittsburgh won 10-7.
0:08s Tomas Jurco, Detroit, April 16, 2015, at Tampa Bay vs goaltender Ben Bishop, second period. Detroit won 3-2.
0:09s Bill Collins, Minnesota, Apr. 9, 1968, at Minnesota vs Los Angeles and goaltander Wayne Rutledge, 3rd period. Minnesota won 7-5.
  Dave Balon, Minnesota, Apr. 25, 1968, at St Louis vs goaltender Glenn Hall, 3rd period. Minnesota won 5-1.
  Murray Oliver, Minnesota, Apr. 8, 1971, at St Louis vs goaltender Ernie Wakely, 3rd period. St Louis won 4-2.
  Clerk Gillies, NY Islanders, Apr. 15, 1977, at Buffalo vs goaltender Don Edwards, 3rd period. NY Islanders won 4-3.
  Eric Vail, Atlanta, Apr. 11, 1978, at Atlanta vs Detroit and goaltender Ron Low, 3rd period. Detroit won 5-3.
  Stan Smyl, Vancouver, Apr. 10, 1979, at Philadelphia vs goaltender Wayne Stephenson, 3rd period. Vancouver won 3-2.
  Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton, Apr. 6, 1983, ar Edmonton vs Winnipeg and goaltender Brian Hayward, 2nd period. Edmonton won 6-3.
  Mark Messier, Edmonton, Apr. 16, 1984, at Calgary vs goaltender Don Edwards, 3rd period. Edmonton won 5-3.
  Brian Skrudland, Montreal, May 18, 1986, at Calgary and goaltender Mike Vernon, overtime. Montreal won 3-2.

Fastest two goals:
0:05s Norm Ullman, Detroit, at Detroit, Apr. 11, 1965, vs. Chicago, and goaltender Glenn Hall. Ullman scored at 17:35 and 17:40 of 2nd period. Detroit won 4-2.

Fastest two goals from start of game:
1:08s Dick Duff, Toronto, Apr. 9, 1963 at Toronto vs Detroit and goaltender Terry Sawchuk. Duff scored at 49s and 1:08. Final score Toronto 4, Detroit 2.

Fastest two goals from start of period:
0:35s Pat LaFontaine, NY Islanders, May 19, 1984 at Edmonton vs goaltender Andy Moog. LaFontaine scored at 13s and 35s of 3rd period. Final score, Edmonton 5, NY Islanders 2.

Penalties: 
Most penalty minutes in playoffs (career):
731 Dale Hunter, Quebec, Washington, Colorado.
541 Chris Nilan, Montreal, NY Rangers, Boston.
529 Claude Lemieux, Montreal, New Jersey, Colorado, Phoenix.
471 Rick Tocchet, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Boston, Phoenix.
466 Willi Plett, Atlanta, Calgary, Minnesota, Boston.

Most penalties, one game:
8 Forbes Kennedy, Toronto, Apr. 2, 1969, at Boston. 4 minors, 2 majors, 1 10-minute misconduct, 1 game misconduct. Final score, Boston 10, Toronto 0.
  Kim Clackson, Pittsburgh, Apr. 14, 1980, at Boston. 5 minors, 2 majors, 1 10-minute misconduct. Final score, Boston 6, Pittsburgh 2.

Most penalty minutes, one game:
42 Dave Schultz, Philadelphia, Apr. 22, 1976, at Toronto. 1 minor, 2 majors, 1 10-minute misconduct and 2 game-misconducts. Final score, Toronto 8, Philadelphia 5.
  Derek Engelland, Calgary,April 17, 2015, at Vancouver. Engelland was assessed 1 Minor, 2 majors, and 3 game-misconducts. Vancouver won 4-1.

Most penalty, one period:
6 penalties Ed Hospodar, NY Rangers, Apr. 9, 1981, at Los Angeles, 1st period. 2 minors, 1 major, 1 10-minute misconduct, 2 game misconducts. Final score, Los Angeles 5, NY Rangers 4.
  Deryk Engelland, Calgary, April 2017, 2015, at Vancouver, third period. Engelland was assesed 1 minor, 2 majors, and 3 game misconducts. Vancouver won 4-1.

Most penalty minutes, one period:
42 Deryk Engelland, Calgary, April 2017, 2015, at Vancouver, third period. Engelland was assesed 1 minor, 2 majors, and 3 game misconducts. Vancouver won 4-1.
39 Ed Hospodar, NY Rangers, Apr. 9, 1981, at Los Angeles, 1st period. 2 minors, 1 major, 1 10-minute misconduct, 2 game misconducts. Final score, Los Angeles 5, NY Rangers 4.

Goaltending: 
Most playoff games appeared in by a goaltender (career):
247 Patrick Roy, Montreal, Colorado.
205 Martin Brodeur, New Jersey.
161 Ed Belfour, Chicago, Dallas, Toronto.
150 Grant Fuhr, Edmonton, Toronto, Buffalo, St Louis.
138 Mike Vernon, Calgary, Detroit, San Jose, Florida.

Most minutes played by a goaltender (career):
15,209 Patrick Roy, Montreal, Colorado.
12,719 Martin Brodeur, New Jersey.
9,945 Ed Belfour, Chicago, Dallas, Toronto.
8,834 Grant Fuhr, Edmonton, Toronto, Buffalo, St Louis.
8,214 Mike Vernon, Calgary, Detroit, San Jose, Florida.

Most minutes played by a goaltender, one playoff year:
1,655 Miikka Kiprusoff, Calgary, 2004. 26 games.
1,605 Jonathan Quick, Los Angeles, 2014, 26 games.
1,544 Kirk McLean, Vancouver, 1994. 24 games.
  Ed Belfour, Dallas, 1999, 23 games.
1,542 Tim Thomas, Boston, 2011, 25 games.

Most shutouts in playoffs (career):
24 Martin Brodeur, New Jersey
23 Patrick Roy, Montreal, Colorado.
16 Curtis Joseph, St. Louis, Edmonton, Toronto, Detroit.

Most shutouts, one playoff year:
7 Martin Brodeur, New Jersey, 2003. 24 games.
6 Dominik Hasek, Detroit, 2002. 23 games.
5 Jean-Sebastien Giguere, Anaheim, 2003. 21 games.
  Nikolai Khabibulin, Tampa Bay, 2004. 23 games.
  Miikka Kiprusoff, Calgary, 2004. 26 games.

Most shutouts, one playoff series:
3 Clint Benedict, Mtl. Maroons, in 1926 F, 4 games vs. Victoria.
  Dave Kerr, NY Rangers, in 1940 SF, 6 games vs. Boston.
  Frank McCool, Toronto, in 1945 F, 7 games vs. Detroit.
  Turk Broda, Toronto, in 1950 SF, 7 games vs. Detroit.
  Felix Potvin, Toronto, in 1994 CQF, 6 games vs. Chicago.
  Martin Brodeur, New Jersey, in 1995 CQF, 5 games vs. Boston.
  Brent Johnson, St. Louis, in 2002 CQF, 5 games vs. Chicago.
  Patrick Lalime, Ottawa, in 2002 CQF, 5 games vs. Philadelphia.
  Jean-Sebastien Giguere, Anaheim, 2003 CF vs. Minnesota. 4 games.
  Martin Brodeur, New Jersey, 2003 F vs. Anaheim. 7 games.
  Ed Belfour, Toronto, 2004 CQF vs. Ottawa. 7 games.
  Nikolai Khabibulin, Tampa Bay, 2004 CQF vs. NY Islanders. 5 games.
  Marty Turco, Dallas, 2007 CQF at Vancouver. 7 games.
  Michael Leighton, Philadelphia, 2010 CF vs Montreal. 5 games.

Most wins by a goaltender (career):
151 Patrick Roy, Montreal, Colorado.
113 Martin Brodeur, New Jersey.
92 Grant Fuhr, Edmonton, Buffalo, St Louis.
88 Billy Smith, NY Islanders.
  Ed Belfour, Chicago, Dallas, Toronto.

Most wins by a goaltender, one playoff year:
16 Sixteen wins by a goaltender in one playoff year has been recorded on 22 occasions. Jonathan Quick of the Los Angeles Kings is the mose recent to equal this mark, posting a record of 16 wins and 10 loses in 2014. It was first accomplished by Grant Fuhr in 1988.

Most consecutive wins by a goaltender, one playoff year:
14 Tom Barrasso, Pittsburgh, 1992, 1993; 3 wins against NY Rangers in 1992 DF, won by Pittsburgh 4-2; 4 wins against Boston in 1992 CF, won by Pittsburgh 4-0; 4 wins against Chicago in 1992 F, won by Pittsburgh 4-0; 3 wins against New Jersey in 1993 DSF, won by Pittsburgh 4-1.

Most consecutive wins by a goaltender, one playoff year:
11 Ed Belfour, Chicago, 1992. 3 wins against St Louis in DSF, won by Chicago 4-2, 4 wins against Detroit in DF, won by Chicago 4-0, and 4 wins against Edmonton in CF, won by Chicago 4-0.
  Tom Barrasso, Pittsburgh, 1992. 3 wins against NY Rangers in DF, won by Pittsburgh 4-2, 4 wins against Boston in CF, won by Pittsburgh 4-0, and 4 wins against Chicago in F, won by Pittsburgh 4-0.
  Patrick Roy, Montreal, 1993. 4 wins against Quebec in DSF, won by Montreal 4-2, 4 wins against Buffalo in DF, won by Montreal 4-0, and 3 wins against NY Islanders in CF, won by Montreal 4-1.

Longest shutout sequence:
270:08 George Hainsworth, Mtl. Maroons, 1930. Hainsworth's shutout streak began after Murray Murdoch scored a goal for the NY Rangers at 15:34 of the first period in the first game of a SF series on March 28, 1930. Hainsworth did not allow another goal in the final 113:18 of that game, won by Montreal 2-1 at 8:52 of the 4th overtime period. Hainsworth then shutout the NY Rangers in the next and final game of the series on March 30, 1930, won by Montreal 2-0. The streak continued with a 3-0 win over Boston in the opening game of the F series on April 1, 1930. His streak ended on April 3, 1930 when Boston's Eddie Shore scored at 16:50 of the second period in the second game of the F series.

Most consecutive shutouts:
3 Clint Benedict, Montreal Maroons, 1926. Benedict shut out Ottawa 1-0, Mar. 27, he then shut out Victoria twice, 3-0, Mar. 30, 3-0, Apr. 1, Mtl Maroons won NHL F vs Ottawa 2 goals to 1 won the best-of-five F vs Victoria 3-1.
  John Ross Roach, NY Rangers, 1929. Roach shutout NY Americans twice, 0-0, Mar. 19, 1-0, Mar. 21, he then shutout Toronto 1-0, Mar. 24. NY Rangers won QF vs NY Americans 1 goal to 0 and won the best-of-three SF vs Toronto 2-0.
  Frank McCool, Toronto, 1945. McCool shut out Detroit 1-0, Apr. 6, 2-0, Apr. 8, 1-0, Apr. 12. Toronto won the best-of-seven Final 4-3.
  Brent Johnson, St. Louis, 2002. Johnson shut out Chicago 2-0, Apr. 20; 4-0, Apr. 21; 1-0, Apr. 23. St. Louis won the best-of-seven CQF 4-1.
  Patrick Lalime, Ottawa, 2002. Lalime shut out Philadelphia 3-0, Apr. 20; 3-0, Apr. 22; 3-0, Apr. 24. Ottawa won the best-of-seven CQF 4-1.
  Jean-Sebastien Giguere, Anaheim, 2003. Giguere shut out Minnesota 1-0, May 10; 2-0, May 12; 4-0, May 14. Anaheim won the best-of-seven CF 4-0.
  Ilya Bryzgalov, Anheim, 2006. Bryzgaalov shut out Calgary, 3-0, May 3, he then shut out Colorado 5-0, May 5; and 3-0, May 7. Anaheim won best-of-seven CQF vs. Calgary and won best-of-seven CSF vs. Colorado 4-0.