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Most Goals in a Series, Both Teams: 
Most goals, both teams, one playoff series:
69 - Edmonton Oilers (44), Chicago Blackhawks (25) in 1985. Edmonton won best-of-seven CF 4-2.
62 - Chicago Blackhawks (33), Minnesota North Stars (29) in 1985. Chicago won best-of-seven DF 4-2.
61 - Los Angeles Kings (33), Calgary Flames (28) in 1993. Los Angeles won best-of-seven DSF 4-2.
61 - Calgary Flames (35), San Jose Sharks (26) in 1995. San Jose won best-of-seven CQF 4-3.

Most goals, both teams, two-game series:
17 - Toronto Maple Leafs (10), Montreal Canadiens (7) in 1918. Toronto won two-game total-goals NHL F.
15 - Boston Bruins (10), Chicago Blackhawks (5) in 1927. Boston won two-game total-goals QF.
  - Pittsburgh Penguins (9), St Louis Blues (6) in 1975. Pittsburgh won best-of-three PRE 2-0.

Most goals, both teams, three-game series:
33 - Minnesota North Stars (20), Boston Bruins (13) in 1981. Minnesota won best-of-five PRE 3-0.
31 - Chicago Blackhawks (23), Detroit Red Wings (8) in 1985. Chicago won best-of-five DSF 3-0.
28 - Toronto Maple Leafs (18), NY Rangers (10) in 1932. Toronto won best-of-five F 3-0.

Most goals, both teams, four-game series:
36 - Boston Bruins (28), St Louis Blues (8) in 1972. Boston won best-of-seven SF 4-0.
  - Edmonton Oilers (25), Chicago Blackhawks (11) in 1983. Edmonton won best-of-seven CF 4-0.
  - Minnesota North Stars (18), Toronto Maple Leafs (18) in 1983. Minnesota won best-of-five DSF 3-1.
35 - New York Rangers (23), Los Angeles Kings (12) in 1981. NY Rangers won best-of-five PRE 3-1.

Most goals, both teams, five-game series:
52 - Edmonton Oilers (32), Los Angeles Kings (20) in 1987. Edmonton won best-of-seven DSF 4-1.
50 - Los Angeles Kings (27), Edmonton Oilers (23) in 1982. Los Angeles won best-of-five DSF 3-2.
48 - Edmonton Oilers (35), Calgary Flames (13) in 1983. Edmonton won best-of-seven DF 4-1.
  - Calgary Flames (30), Los Angeles Kings (18) in 1988. Calgary won best-of-seven DSF 4-1.

Most goals, both teams, six-game series:
69 - Edmonton Oilers (44), Chicago Blackhawks (25) in 1985. Edmonton won best-of-seven CF 4-2.
62 - Chicago Blackhawks (33), Minnesota North Stars (29) in 1985. Chicago won best-of-seven DF 4-2.
61 - Los Angeles Kings (33), Calgary Flames (28) in 1993. Los Angeles won best-of-seven DSF 4-2.

Most goals, both teams, seven-game series:
61 - San Jose Sharks (35), Calgary Flames (26) in 1995. San Jose won best-of-seven CQF 4-3.
60 - Edmonton Oilers (33), Calgary Flames (27) in 1984. Edmonton won best-of-seven DF 4-3.

Fewest Goals in a Series, Both Teams: 
Fewest goals, both teams, two-game series:
1 - NY Rangers (1), NY Americans (0) in 1929. NY Rangers defeated NY Americans 1-0 in two-game, total-goals SF.
  - Mtl. Maroons (1), Chicago Blackhawks (0) in 1935. Mtl. Maroons defeated Chicago 1-0 in two-game, total-games SF.

Fewest goals, both teams, three-game series:
7 - Boston Bruins (5), Montreal Canadiens (2) in 1929. Boston won best-of-five SF 3-0.
  - Detroit Red Wings (6), Mtl. Maroons (1) in 1936. Detroit won best-of-five SF 3-0.

Fewest goals, both teams, four-game series:
9 - Toronto Maple Leafs (7), Boston Bruins (2) in 1935. Toronto won best-of-five SF 3-1.

Fewest goals, both teams, five-game series:
11 - NY Rangers (5), Mtl. Maroons (6) in 1928. NY Rangers won best-of-five F 3-2.

Fewest goals, both teams, six-game series:
16 - Carolina Hurricanes (10), Toronto Maple Leafs (6) in 2002. Carolina won best-of-seven CF 4-2.

Fewest goals, both teams, seven-game series:
18 - Toronto Maple Leafs (9), Detroit Red Wings (9) in 1945. Toronto won best-of-seven F 4-3.

Most Goals in a Game or Period: 
Most goals, one team, one game:
13 - Edmonton Oilers at Edmonton, Apr. 9, 1987. Edmonton 13, Los Angeles 3. Edmonton won best-of-seven DSF 4-1.
12 - Los Angeles Kings at Los Angeles, Apr. 10, 1990. Los Angeles 12, Calgary 4. Los Angeles won best-of-seven DSF 4-2.
11 - Montreal Canadiens at Montreal, Mar. 30, 1944. Montreal 11, Toronto 0. Montreal won best-of-seven SF 4-1.
  - Edmonton Oilers at Edmonton, May 4, 1985. Edmonton 11, Chicago 2. Edmonton won best-of-seven CF 4-2.

Most goals, one team, one period:
7 - Montreal Canadiens, Mar. 30, 1944, at Montreal in 3rd period, during 11-0 win against Toronto.

Most goals, both teams, one game:
18 - Los Angeles Kings, Edmonton Oilers at Edmonton, Apr. 7, 1982. Los Angeles 10, Edmonton 8. Los Angeles won best-of-five DSF 3-2.
17 - Pittsburgh Penguins, Philadelphia Flyers at Pittsburgh, Apr. 25, 1989. Pittsburgh 10, Philadelphia 7. Philadelphia won best-of-seven DF 4-3.
16 - Edmonton Oilers, Los Angeles Kings at Edmonton, Apr. 9, 1987. Edmonton 13, Los Angeles 3. Edmonton won best-of-seven DSF 4-1.
  - Los Angeles Kings, Calgary Flames at Los Angeles, Apr. 10, 1990. Los Angeles 12, Calgary 4. Los Angeles won best-of-seven DF 4-2.

Most goals, both teams, one period:
9 - NY Rangers (6), Philadelphia Flyers (3), Apr. 24, 1979, third period, at Philadelphia,. NY Rangers won 8-3.
  - Los Angeles Kings (5), Calgary Flames (4) Apr. 10, 1990, second period at Los Angeles. Los Angeles won 12-4.
8 - Chicago Blackhawks (5), Montreal Canadiens (3) May 8, 1973, second period at Montreal. Chicago won 8-7.
  - Chicago Blackhawks (5), Edmonton Oilers (3) May 12, 1985, first period at Chicago. Chicago won 8-6.
  - Edmonton Oilers (6), Winnipeg Jets (2) Apr. 6, 1988, third period at Edmonton. Edmonton won 7-4.
  - Hartford Whalers (5), Montreal Canadiens (3) Apr. 10, 1988, third period at Montreal. Hartford won 7-5.
  - Vancouver Canucks (5), NY Rangers (3) Jun. 9, 1944, third period at NY Rangers. Vancouver won 6-3.
  - Pittsburgh Penguins (5), Ottawa Senators (3), April 20, 2010, second period, at Ottawa. Pittsburgh won 7-4.

Team Power-Play Goals: 
Most power-play goals by all teams, one playoff year:
199 - 1988 in 83 games.

Most power-play goals, one team, one playoff year:
35 - Minnesota North Stars, 1991 in 23 games.
32 - Edmonton Oilers, 1988 in 18 games.
31 - NY Islanders, 1981 in 18 games.

Most power-play goals, one team, one series:
15 - NY Islanders in 1980 F vs. Philadelphia. NY Islanders won series 4-2.
  - Minnesota North Stars in 1991 DSF vs. Chicago. Minnesota won series 4-2.
13 - NY Islanders in 1981 QF vs. Edmonton. NY Islanders won series 4-2.
  - Calgary Flames in 1986 CF vs. St Louis. Calgary won series 4-3.
12 - Toronto Maple Leafs in 1976 QF vs Philadelphia. Philadelphia won series 4-3.

Most power-play goals, both teams, one series:
21 - NY Islanders (15), Philadelphia Flyers (6) in 1980 best-of-seven F won by NY Islanders 4-2.
  - NY Islanders (13), Edmonton Oilers (8) in 1981 best-of-seven QF won by NY Islanders 4-2.
  - Philadelphia Flyers (11), Pittsburgh Penguins (10) in 1989 best-of-seven DF won by Philadelphia 4-3.
  - Minnesota North Stars (15), Chicago Blackhawks (6) in 1991 best-of-seven DSF won by Minnesota 4-2.
20 - Toronto Maple Leafs (12), Philadelphia Flyers (8) in 1976 best-of-seven QF series won by Philadelphia 4-3.

Most power-play goals, one team, one game:
6 - Boston Bruins, Apr. 2, 1969, at Boston vs. Toronto. Boston won 10-0.

Most power-play goals, both teams, one game:
8 - Minnesota North Stars (4), St Louis Blues (4), Apr. 24, 1991, at Minnesota. Minnesota won 8-4.
7 - Minnesota North Stars (4), Edmonton Oilers (3), Apr. 28, 1984, at Edmonton. Edmonton won 10-5.
  - Philadelphia Flyers (4), NY Rangers (5), Apr. 13, 1985, at NY Rangers. Philadelphia won 6-5.
  - Chicago Blackhawks (5), Edmonton Oilers (2), May 14, 1985, at Edmonton. Edmonton won 10-5.
  - Edmonton Oilers (5), Los Angeles Kings (2), Apr. 9, 1987, at Edmonton. Edmonton won 13-3.
  - Vancouver Canucks (4), Calgary Flames (4), Apr. 9, 1989, at Vancouver. Vancouver won 5-3.

Most power-play goals, one team, one period:
4 - Toronto Maple Leafs, Mar. 26, 1936, 2nd period vs. Boston at Toronto. Toronto won 8-3.
  - Minnesota North Stars, Apr. 28, 1984, 2nd period vs. Edmonton at Minnesota. Edmonton won 8-5.
  - Boston Bruins, Apr. 11, 1991, 3rd period vs. Hartford at Boston. Boston won 6-1.
  - Minnesota North Stars, Apr. 24, 1991, 2nd period vs. St. Louis at Minnesota. Minnesota won 8-4.
  - St. Louis Blues, Apr. 27, 1998, 3rd period at Los Angeles. St. Louis won 4-3.

Most power-play goals, both teams, one period:
5 - Minnesota North Stars (4), Edmonton Oilers (1), Apr. 28, 1984, 2nd period, at Minnesota. Minnesota had 4 and Edmonton 1. Edmonton won 8-5.
  - Vancouver Canucks (3), Calgary Flames (2), Apr. 9, 1989, 3rd period, at Vancouver. Vancouver had 3 and Calgary 2. Vancouver won 5-3.
  - Minnesota North Stars (4), St Louis Blues (1), Apr. 24, 1991, 2nd period, at Minnesota. Minnesota had 4 and St Louis 1. Minnesota won 8-4.

Team Shorthand Goals: 
Most shorthand goals by all teams, one playoff year:
33 - 1988, in 83 games.

Most shorthand goals, one team, one playoff year:
10 - Edmonton Oilers, 1983, in 16 games.
9 - NY Islanders, 1981, in 19 games.
8 - Philadelphia Flyers, 1989, in 19 games.

Most shorthand goals, one team, one playoff series:
6 - Calgary Flames in 1995 against San Jose in best-of-seven CQF won by San Jose 4-3.
  - Vancouver Canucks in 1995 against St. Louis in best-of-seven CQF won by Vancouver 4-3.
5 - Edmonton Oilers in 1983 against Calgary in best-of-seven DF won by Edmonton 4-1.
  - NY Rangers in 1979 against Philadelphia in best-of-seven QF, won by NY Rangers 4-1.

Most shorthand goals, both teams, one series:
7 - Boston Bruins (4), NY Rangers (3), in 1958 SF won by Boston 4-2.
  - Edmonton Oilers (5), Calgary Flames (2), in 1983 DF won by Edmonton 4-1.
  - Vancouver Canucks (6), St Louis Blues (1), in 1995 CQF won by Vancouver 4-3.

Most shorthanded goals, one team, one game:
3 - Boston Bruins, Apr. 11, 1981, at Minnesota North Stars. Minnesota won 6-3.
  - NY Islanders, Apr. 17, 1983 at NY Rangers. NY Rangers won 7-6.
  - Toronto Maple Leafs, May 8, 1994, at San Jose Sharks. Toronto won 8-3.

Most shorthanded goals, both teams, one game:
4 - Boston Bruins (3), Minnesots North Stars (1), Apr. 11, 1981, at Minnesota. Minnesota won 6-3.
  - NY Islanders (3), NY Rangers (1), Apr. 17, 1983, at NY Rangers. NY Rangers won 7-6.
  - Toronto Maple Leafs (3), San Jose Sharks (1), May 8, 1994, at San Jose Sharks. Toronto won 8-3.
3 - Toronto Maple Leafs (2), Detroit Red Wings (1), Apr. 5, 1947, at Toronto. Toronto won 6-1.
  - NY Rangers (2), Boston Bruins (1), Apr. 1, 1958, at Boston. NY Rangers won 5-2.
  - Minnesota North Stars (2), Philadelphia Flyers (1), May 4, 1980, at Minnesota. Philadelphia won 5-3.
  - Edmonton Oilers (1), Winnipeg Jets (2), Apr. 9, 1988 at Winnipeg. Winnipeg won 6-4.
  - New Jersey Devils (1), NY Islanders (2), Apr. 14, 1988, at New Jersey. New Jersey won 6-5.
  - Montreal Canadiens(2) New Jersey Deveils (1), Apr. 17, 1997, at New Jersey. New Jersey won 5-2.
  - Dallas Stars(2) San Jose Sharks(1), May 5, 2000, at San Jose. Dallas won 5-4.
  - Detroit Red Wings (2), Calgary Flames (1), April 21, 2007, at Detroit, Detroit won 5-1.

Most shorthand goals, one team, one period:
2 - Toronto Maple Leafs, Apr. 5, 1947, first period vs. Detroit at Toronto. Toronto won 6-1.
  - Toronto Maple Leafs, Apr. 13, 1965, first period vs. Montreal at Toronto. Montreal won 4-3.
  - Boston Bruins, Apr. 20, 1969, first period vs. Montreal at Boston. Boston won 3-2.
  - Boston Bruins, Apr. 8, 1970, second period vs. NY Rangers at Boston. Boston won 8-2.
  - Boston Bruins, Apr. 30, 1972, first period vs. Ny Rangers at Boston. Boston won 6-5.
  - Chicago Blackhawks, May 3, 1973, first period vs. Montreal at Chicago. Chicago won 7-4.
  - Montreal Canadiens, Apr. 23, 1978, first period at Detroit. Montreal won 8-0.
  - NY Islanders, Apr. 8, 1980, second period vs. Los Angeles at NY Islanders. NY Islanders won 8-1.
  - Los Angeles Kings, Apr. 9, 1980, first period at NY Islanders. Los Angeles won 6-3.
  - Boston Bruins, Apr. 13, 1980, second period at Pittsburgh. Boston won 8-3.
  - Minnesota North Stars, May 4, 1980, second period vs. Philadelphia at Minnesota. Philadelphia won 5-3.
  - Boston Bruins, Apr. 11, 1981, third period at Minnesota North Stars. Minnesota won 6-3.
  - NY Islanders, May 12, 1981, first period vs. Minnesota North Stars at NY Islanders. NY Islanders won 6-3.
  - Montreal Canadiens, Apr. 7, 1982, third period vs. Quebec at Montreal. Montreal won 5-1.
  - Edmonton Oilers, Apr. 24, 1983, third period vs. Chicago at Edmonton. Edmonton won 8-4.
  - Winnipeg Jets, Apr. 14, 1985, second period at Calgary. Winnipeg won 5-3.
  - Boston Bruins, Apr. 6, 1988, first period vs Buffalo at Boston. Boston won 7-3.
  - NY Islanders, Apr. 14, 1988 third period at New Jersey. New Jersey won 6-5.
  - Detroit Red Wings, Apr. 29, 1993, second period at Toronto. Detroit won 7-3.
  - Toronto Maple Leafs, May 8, 1994, third period at San Jose. Toronto won 8-3.
  - Calgary Flames, May 11, 1995, first period at San Jose. Calgary won 9-2.
  - Vancouver Canucks, May 15, 1995, second period at St Louis. Vancouver won 6-5.
  - Montreal Canadiens, Apr. 17, 1997, second period at New Jersey. New Jersey won 5-2.
  - Philadelphia Flyers, Apr. 17, 1997, first period vs. Pittsburgh at Philadelphia. Philadelphia won 6-3.
  - Phoenix Coyotes, Apr. 24, 1998, second period at Detroit. Phoenix won 7-4.
  - Buffalo Sabres, Apr. 27, 1998, second period vs. Philadelphia at Buffalo. Buffalo won 6-1.
  - San Jose Sharks, April 30, 1999, third period at Colorado. San Jose won 7-3.
  - Detroit Red Wings, April 27, 2002, second period at Vancouver. Detroit won 6-4.
  - Detroit Red Wings, April 21, 2007, second period at Detroit. Detroit won 5-1.

Most shorthand goals, both teams, one period:
3 - Toronto Maple Leafs (2), Detroit Red Wings (1), Apr. 5, 1947, first period at Toronto. Toronto won 6-1.
  - Toronto Maple Leafs (2), San Jose Sharks (1), May 8, 1994, third period at San Jose. Toronto won 8-3.