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Team Records
(1918-Present)
 
Games Played: 
Most games played by all teams, one playoff year:
92 - 1991. There were 51 DSF, 24 DF, 11 CF and 6 F games.
90 - 1994. There were 48 CQF, 23 CSF, 12 CF and 7 F games.
  - 2002. There were 47 CQF, 25 CSF, 13 CF and 5 F games.
87 - 1987. There were 44 DSF, 25 DF, 11 CF and 7 F games.

Most games played, one team, one playoff year:
26 - Philadelphia Flyers, 1987. Won 4-2 against NY Rangers, DF 4-3 against NY Islanders, CF 4-2 against Montreal, and lost F 4-3 against Edmonton.
  - Calgary Flames, 2004. Won DSF 4-3 vs. Vancouver, DF 4-2 vs. Detroit, CF 4-2 vs. San Jose, and lost F 4-3 vs. Tampa Bay.
25 - New Jersey Devils, 2001. Won CQF 4-2 against Carolina, CSF 4-3 against Toronto, CF 4-1 against Pittsburgh, and Lost F 4-3 against Colorado.
  - Carolina Hurricanes, 2006. Won CQF 4-2 vs. Montreal, CSF 4-1 vs. New Jersey, CF 4-3 vs. Buffalo, and F 4-3 vs. Edmonton.
24 - Pittsburgh Penguins, 1991. Won DSF 4-3 against New Jersey, DF 4-1 against Washington, CF 4-2 against Boston, and F 4-2 against Minnesota.
  - Los Angeles Kings, 1993. Won DSF 4-2 against Calgary, DF 4-2 against Vancouver, CF 4-3 against Toronto, and lost 4-1 against Montreal.
  - Vancouver Canucks, 1994. Won CQF 4-3 against Calgary, CSF 4-1 against Dallas, CF 4-1 against Toronto, and lost F 4-3 against NY Rangers.
  - New Jersey Devils, 2203. Won CQF 4-1 vs. Boston, CSF 4-1 vs. Tampa Bay, CF 4-3 vs. Ottawa, and F 4-3 vs. Anaheim.

Playoff Appearances: 
Most Stanley Cup Championships:
23 - Montreal Canadiens (1924-30-31-44-46-53-56-57-58-59-60-65-66-68-69-71-73-76-77-78-79-86-93)
13 - Toronto Maple Leafs (1918-22-32-42-45-47-48-49-51-62-63-64-67)
11 - Detroit Red Wings (1936-37-43-50-52-54-55-97-98-02-08)

Most consecutive Stanley Cup Championships:
5 - Montreal Canadiens, (56-57-58-59-60)
4 - Montreal Canadiens, (76-77-78-79)
  - NY Islanders, (80-81-82-83)

Most final series appearances:
32 - Montreal Canadiens in 93 year history
24 - Detroit Red Wings in 84 year history
21 - Toronto Maple Leafs in 93 year history

Most consecutive final series appearances:
10 - Montreal Canadiens, (1951-60, inclusive)
5 - Montreal Canadiens, (1965-69, inclusive)
  - NY Islanders, (1980-84, inclusive)

Most years in playoffs:
78 - Montreal Canadiens in 92 year history
65 - Boston Bruins in 86 year history
64 - Toronto Maple Leafs in 93 year history

Most consecutive appearances in playoffs:
29 - Boston Bruins, (1968-96, inclusive)
28 - Chicago Blackhawks, (1970-97, inclusive)
25 - St. Louis Blues, (1980-2004, inclusive)
24 - Montreal Canadiens, (1971-94, inclusive)
21 - Montreal Canadiens, (1949-69, inclusive)

Team Wins: 
Most home wins, one team, one playoff year:
12 - New Jersey Devils, 2003 in 13 home games.
11 - Edmonton Oilers, 1988 in 11 home games.
  - Detroit Red Wings, 2009 in 13 home games.
10 - Edmonton Oilers, 1985 in 10 home games.
  - Montreal Canadiens, 1986 in 11 home games.
  - Montreal Canadiens, 1993 in 11 home games.
  - Carolina Hurricanes, 2006 in 14 home games.
  - Anaheim Ducks, 2007 in 12 home games.

Most home wins, all teams, one playoff year:
57 - 1991, of 92 games played, home teams won 57 (29 DSF, 17 DF, 8 CF and 3 in F).

Most road wins, one team, one playoff year:
10 - New Jersey Devils, 1995. Won three at Boston in CQF, two at Pittsburgh in CSF, three at Philadelphia in CF, and two at Detroit in F series.
  - New Jersey Devils, 2000. Won two at Florida in CQF, two at Toronto in CSF, three at Philadelphia in CF, and three at Dallas in F series.
  - Calgary Flames, 2004. Won three at Vancouver in DSF; two at Detroit in DF; three at San Jose in CF; and two at Tampa Bay in F.
8 - NY Islanders, 1980. Won two at Los Angeles in PR, three at Boston in QF, two at Buffalo in SF, and one at Philadelphia in F series.
  - Philadelphia Flyers, 1987. Won two at NY Rangers in DSF, two at NY Islanders in DF, three at Montreal in CF, and one at Edmonton in F series.
  - Edmonton Oilers, 1990. Won one at Winnipeg in DSF, two at Los Angeles in DF, two at Chicago in CF and three at Boston in F series.
  - Pittsburgh Penguins, 1992. Won two at Washington in DSF, two at NY Rangers in DF, two at Boston in CF, and two at Chicago in F series.
  - Vancouver Canucks, 1994. Won three at Calgary in CQF, two at Dallas in CSF, one at Toronto in CF, and two at NY Rangers in F series.
  - Colorado Avalanche, 1996. Won two at Vancouver in CQF, two at Chicago in CSF, two at Detroit in CF, and two at Florida in F series.
  - Detroit Red Wings, 1998. Won two at Phoenix in CQF, three at St. Louis in CSF, one at Dallas in CF, and two at Washington in F series.
  - Colorado Avalanche, 1999. Won three at San Jose in CQF; won three at Detroit in CSF; and won two at Dallas in CF.
  - New Jersey Devils, 2001. Won two at Carolina in CQF; won two at Toronto in CSF; two at Pittsburgh in CF; and two at Colorado in F series.
  - Detroit Red Wings, 2002. Won three at Vancouver in CQF; one at St. Louis in CSF; two at Colorado in CF; and two at Carolina in F series.
  - Chicago Blackhawks, 2010. Won two at Nashville in CQF, three at Vancouver in CSF, two at San Jose in CF, and one at Philadelphia in F.

Most road wins, all teams, one playoff year:
46 - 1987, of 87 games played, road teams won 46 (22 DSF, 14 DF, 8 CF and 2 in final).

Most overtime wins, one team, one playoff year:
10 - Montreal Canadiens, 1993. Two against Quebec in the DSF; three against Buffalo in the DF; two against NY Islanders in the CF; and three against Los Angeles in the F. Montreal played 20 games.
7 - Carolina Hurricanes, 2002. Two against New Jersey in the CQF; one against Montreal in the CSF; three against Toronto in CF; and one against Detroit in the F. Carolina played 23 games.
  - Mighty Ducks of Anaheim, 2003. Won two vs. Detroit in CQF; two vs Dallas in CSF; one vs. Minnesota in CF; two vs. New Jersey in F.

Most overtime wins at home, one team, one playoff year:
4 - St. Louis Blues, 1968. Won one vs. Philadelphia in QF and three vs. Minnesota in SF.
  - Montreal Canadiens, 1993. Won one vs Quebec in DSF, one vs. Buffalo in DF, one vs. NY Islanders in CF and one vs. Los Angeles in F series.

Most overtime wins on the road, one team, one playoff year:
6 - Montreal Canadiens, 1993. Won one vs. Quebec in DSF, two vs. Buffalo in DF, one vs. NY Islanders in CF, and two vs. Los Angeles in F series.

Team Losses: 
Most losses, one team, one playoff year:
11 - Philadelphia Flyers, 1987. Lost two vs. NY Rangers in DSF; three vs. NY Islanders in DF; two vs. Montreal in CF; and four vs. Edmonton in F series.
  - Calgary Flames, 2004. Lost three vs. Vancouver in CQF; two vs. Detroit in CSF; two vs. San Jose in CF; and four vs. Tampa Bay in F series.

Most home losses, one team, one playoff year:
7 - Calgary Flames, 2004. Lost one vs. Vancouver in DSF; one vs. Detroit in DF; two vs. San Jose in CF; and two vs. Edmonton in F series.
6 - Philadelphia Flyers, 1987. Lost one vs. NY Rangers in DSF; two vs. NY Islanders in DF; two vs. Montreal in CF; and one vs. Edmonton in F series.
  - Washington Capitals, 1998. Lost 2 vs. Boston in CQF; two vs. Buffalo in CF; and two vs. Detroit in F series.
  - Colorado Avalanche, 1999. Lost 2 vs. San Jose in CQF; two vs. Detroit in CSF; and two vs. Dallas in CF series.
  - New Jersey Devils, 2001. Lost one vs. Carolina in CQF; two vs. Toronto in CSF; one vs. Pittsburgh in CF; and two vs. Colorado in F series.
  - Minnesota Wild, 2003. Lost two vs. Colorado in CQF; two vs. Vancouver in CSF; two vs. Anaheim in CF.

Most road losses, one team, one playoff year:
7 - New Jersey Devils, 2003. Lost one at Boston in CQF; one at Tampa Bay in CSF; two at Ottawa in CF; three at Anaheim in F.
  - Philadelphia Flyers, 2010. Lost one at New Jersey in CQF; two at Boston in CSF; one at Montreal in CF; three at Chicago in F.

Most overtime losses, one team, one playoff year:
4 - Montreal Canadiens, 1951. Lost four vs. Toronto in F series.
  - St. Louis Blues, 1968. Lost one vs. Philadelphia in QF; one vs. Minnesota in SF; and two vs. Montreal in F series.
  - New York Rangers, 1979. Lost one vs. Philadelphia in QF, two vs. NY Islanders in SF: one vs. Montreal in F.
  - Los Angeles Kings, 1991. Lost one vs. Vancouver in DSF; and three vs. Edmonton in DF series.
  - Los Angeles Kings, 1993. Lost one vs. Toronto in CF; and three vs. Montreal in F series.
  - New Jersey Devils, 1994. Lost one vs. Buffalo in CQF; one vs. Boston in CSF and two vs. NY Rangers in CF.
  - Chicago Blackhawks, 1995. Lost one vs. Toronto in CQF; and three vs. Detroit in CF.
  - Philadelphia Flyers, 1996. Lost two vs. Tampa Bay in CQF; and two vs. Florida in CSF series.
  - Dallas Stars, 1999. Lost two vs. St. Louis in CSF; one vs. Colroado in CF; and one vs. Buffalo in F.
  - Detroit Red Wings, 2002. Lost one vs. Vancouver in CQF; two vs. Colroado in CF and one vs. Carolina in F.
  - New Jersey Devils, 2003. Lost two vs. Ottawa in CF; two vs. Anaheim in F.

Most overtime losses at home, one team, one playoff year:
4 - Detroit Red Wings, 2002. Lost one vs. Vancouver in CQF; two vs. Colorado in CF and one vs. Carolina in F.

Most overtime losses on the road, one team, one playoff year:
3 - Los Angeles Kings, 1991. Lost one at Vancouver in DSF; and two at Edmonton in DF series.
  - Chicago Blackhawks, 1995. Lost one at Toronto in CQF; and two at Detroit in CF series.
  - St. Louis Blues, 1996. Lost two at Toronto in CQF; and one at Detroit in CSF series.
  - Dallas Stars, 1999. Lost two at St. Louis in CSF; and one at Colorado in CF series.
  - New Jersey Devils, 2003. Lost one at Ottawa in CF; two at Anaheim in F.

Playoff Winning Streaks: 
Longest playoff winning streak:
14 - Pittsburgh Penguins. Streak started May 9, 1992, at Pittsburgh with a 5-4 win in fourth game of a DF series against NY Rangers, won by Pittsburgh 4-2. Continued with a four-game sweep over Boston in the 1992 CF and a four-game win over Chicago in the 1992 F. Pittsburgh then won the first three games of the 1993 DSF vs. New Jersey. New Jersey ended the streak Apr. 25, 1993, at New Jersey with a 4-1 win.
12 - Edmonton Oilers. Streak began May 15, 1984 at Edmonton with a 7-2 win over NY Islanders in 3rd game of F series, and ended May 9, 1985 when Chicago defeated Edmonton 5-2 at Chicago. Included in the streak were three wins over the NY Islanders, in 1984, three over Los Angeles,four over Winnipeg and two over Chicago, all in 1985.

Most consecutive wins, one team, one playoff year:
11 - Chicago Blackhawks in 1992. Chicago won last three games of best-of-seven DSF against St. Louis to win series 4-2 and then defeated Detroit 4-0 in best-of-seven DF and Edmonton 4-0 in best-of-seven CF.
  - Pittsburgh Penguins in 1992. Pittsburgh won last three games of best-of-seven DF against NY Rangers to win series 4-2 and then defeated Boston 4-0 in best-of-seven CF and Chicago 4-0 in best-of-seven F.
  - Montreal Canadiens in 1993. Montreal won last four games of best-of-seven DSF against Quebec to win series 4-2, defeated Buffalo 4-0 in best-of-seven DF and won first three games of CF against NY Islanders.

Playoff Losing Streaks: 
Longest playoff losing streak:
16 - Chicago Blackhawks. Streak started in 1975 QF against Buffalo when Chicago lost last two games. Then Chicago lost four games to Montreal in 1976 QF, two games to NY Islanders in 1977 PR, four games to Boston in 1978 QF and four games to NY Islanders in 1979 QF. Streak ended on April 8, 1980 when Chicago defeated St. Louis 3-2 in the opening game of their 1980 PR series.
14 - Los Angeles Kings. Streak started June 3, 1993 at Montreal with a 3-2 loss in second game of F vs. Montreal, won by Montreal 4-1. Los Angeles failed to qualify for the playoffs for the next four years. Then Los Angeles lost four games vs. St. Louis in 1988 CQF; missed the 1999 playoffs and lost four games vs. Detroit in 2002 CQF. Los Angeles then lost the first two games of 2001 CQF vs. Detroit. Los Angeles ended the streak April 15, 2001 at Los Angeles with a 2-1 win vs. Detroit in the third game of 2001 CQF.

Most Goals in a Series, One Team: 
Most goals, one team, one playoff series:
44 - Edmonton Oilers in 1985 CF. Edmonton won best-of-seven series 4-2, outscoring Chicago 44-25.
35 - Edmonton Oilers in 1984 DF. Edmonton won best-of-seven series 4-1, outscoring Calgary 35-13.
  - Calgary Flames in 1995 CQF. Calgary lost best-of-seven series 4-3, outscoring San Jose 35-26.

Most goals, one team, two-game series:
11 - Buffalo Sabres in 1977. Buffalo won best-of-three series 2-0, outscoring Minnesota 11-3.
  - Toronto Maple Leafs in 1978. Toronto won best-of-three series 2-0, outscoring Los Angeles 11-3.

Most goals, one team, three-game series:
23 - Chicago Blackhawks in 1985 DSF. Chicago won best-of-five series 3-0, outscoring Detroit 23-8.
20 - Minnesota North Stars in 1981 PR. Minnesota won best-of-five series 3-0, outscoring Boston 20-13.
  - NY Islanders in 1981 PR. New York won best-of-five series 3-0, outscoring Toronto 20-4.

Most goals, one team, four-game series:
28 - Boston Bruins in 1972 SF. Boston won best-of-seven series 4-0, outscoring St. Louis 28-8.

Most goals, one team, five-game series:
35 - Edmonton Oilers in 1983 DF. Edmonton won best-of-seven series 4-1, outscoring Chicago 35-13.
32 - Edmonton Oilers in 1987 DSF. Edmonton won best-of-seven series 4-1, outscoring Los Angeles 32-20.
30 - Calgary Flames in 1988. Calgary won best-of-seven DSF 4-1, outscoring Los Angeles 30-18.
28 - NY Rangers in 1979 QF. NY Rangers won best-of-seven series 4-1, outscoring Philadelphia 28-8.
27 - Philadelphia Flyers in 1980 SF. Philadelphia won best-of-seven series 4-1, outscoring Minnesota 27-14.
  - Los Angeles Kings in 1982 DSF. Los Angeles won best-of-five series 3-2, outscoring Edmonton 27-23.

Most goals, one team, six-game series:
44 - Edmonton Oilers in 1985 CF, Edmonton won best-of-seven series 4-2, outscoring Chicago 44-25.
33 - Montreal Canadiens in 1973 F. Montreal won best-of-seven series 4-2, outscoring Chicago 33-23.
 ; - Chicago Blackhawks in 1985 DF. Chicago won best-of-seven series 4-2, outscoring Minnesota 33-29.
  - Los Angeles Kings in 1993 DSF. Los Angeles won best-of-seven series 4-2, outscoring Calgary 33-28.

Most goals, one team, seven-game series:
35 - Calgary Flames in 1995 CQF. Calgary lost best-of-seven series 3-4, outscoring San Jose 35-26.
33 - Philadelphia Flyers in 1976 QF. Philadelphia won best-of-seven series 4-3, outscoring Toronto 33-23.
  - Boston Bruins in 1983 DF. Boston won best-of-seven series 4-3, outscoring Buffalo 33-23.
  - Edmonton Oilers in 1984 DF. Edmonton won best-of-seven series 4-3, outscoring Calgary 33-27.

Fewest Goals in a Series, One Team: 
Fewest goals, one team, two-game series:
0 - Toronto St. Patricks in 1921. Toronto lost two-game, total-goals NHL F 7-0 vs. Ottawa.
  - NY Americans in 1929 SF. Lost two-game total-game series 1-0 against NY Rangers.
  - New York Rangers in 1931. NY Rangers lost two-game, total-goals SF 3-0 vs. Chicago.
  - Chicago Blackhawks in 1935 SF. Lost two-game total-game series 1-0 against Mtl. Maroons.
  - Mtl. Maroons in 1937 SF. Lost best-of-three series 2-0 to NY Rangers while being outscored 5-0.
  - NY Americans in 1939 QF. Lost best-of-three series 2-0 to Toronto while being outscored 6-0.

Fewest goals, one team, three-game series:
1 - Mtl. Maroons in 1936 SF. Lost best-of-five series 3-0 to Detroit while being outscored 6-1.

Fewest goals, one team, four-game series:
1 - Minnesota Wild in 2003 CF. Minnesota lost best-of-seven series 4-0, outscored by Anaheim 9-1.

Fewest goals, one team, five-game series:
2 - Philadelphia Flyers in 2002 CQF. Ottawa won best-of-seven series 4-1, outscoring Philadelphia 11-2.

Fewest goals, one team, six-game series:
5 - Boston Bruins in 1951 SF. Toronto won best-of-seven series 4-1 with 1 tie, outscoring Boston 17-5.

Fewest goals, one team, seven-game series:
9 - Toronto Maple Leafs, in 1945 F. Toronto won best-of-seven series 4-3, teams tied in scoring 9-9.
  - Detroit Red Wings, in 1945 F. Toronto won best-of-seven series 4-3, teams tied in scoring 9-9.