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Most Goals (Series)
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Most Goals (Series, Both)
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Most Goals (Game/Period)
Team Power-Play Goals
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Fastest Goals
Overtime
Three-or-more Goal Games
Shutouts
Team Penalties
Fastest Goals: 
Fastest five goals, both teams:
3:06 - Chicago Blackhawks, Minnesota North Stars, at Chicago Apr. 21, 1985. Keith Brown scored for Chicago at 1:12, 2nd period, Ken Yaremchuk, Chicago, 1:27, Dino Ciccarelli, Minnesota, 2:48; Tony McKegney, Minnesota, 4:07, and Curt Fraser, Chicago, 4:18. Chicago won 6-2 and best-of-seven DF 4-2.
3:20 - Minnesota North Stars, Philadelphia Flyers, at Philadelphia, Apr. 29, 1980. Paul Shmyr scored for Minnesota at 13:20, 1st period, Steve Christoff, Minnesota, 13:59, Ken Linseman, Philadelphia, 14:54, Tom Gorence, Philadelphia, 15:36, and Linseman, 16:40. Minnesota won 6-5. Philadelphia won best-of-seven SF 4-1.
3:59 - Detroit Red Wings, Phoenix Coyotes, April 16, 2010, at Phoenix. Henrik Zetterberg scored for Detroit at 6:27 of the second period; Wojtek Wolski, Phoenix, 7:05; Pavel Datsyuk, Detroit, 8:20; Matthew Lombardi, Phoenix 9:09; Valtteri Filppula, Detroit, 10:25. Detroit won 7-4 and won best-of-seven CQF 4-3./td>

Fastest five goals, one team:
3:36 - Montreal Canadiens, at Montreal, Mar. 30, 1944 against Toronto. Toe Blake scored at 7:58 of 3rd period and again at 8:37, Maurice Richard, 9:17, Ray Getliffe, 10:33, and Buddy O'Connor, 11:34. Canadiens won 11-0 and best-of-seven SF 4-1.

Fastest four goals, both teams:
1:33 - Philadelphia Flyers, Toronto Maple Leafs at Philadelphia, Apr. 20, 1976. Don Saleski of Philadelphia scored at 10:04 of 2nd period, Bob Neely, Toronto, 10:42, Gary Dornhoefor, Philadelphia, 11:24, and Don Saleski, 11:37. Philadelphia won 7-1 and best-of seven QF series 4-3.
1:34 - Montreal Canadiens, Calgary Flames at Montreal, May 20, 1986. Joel Otto of Calgary scored at 17:59 of 1st period, Bobby Smith, Montreal, 18:25, Mats Naslund, Montreal, 19:17, and Bob Gainey, Montreal, 19:33. Montreal won 5-3 and best-of-seven F series 4-1.
1:38 - Boston Bruins, Philadelphia Flyers at Philadelphia, Apr. 26, 1977. Gregg Sheppard of Boston scored at 14:01 of 2nd period, Mike Milbury, Boston, 15:01, Gary Dornhoefer, Philadelphia, 15:16, and Jean Ratelle, Boston, 15:39. Boston won 5-4 and best-of-seven SF series 4-0.

Fastest four goals, one team:
2:35 - Montreal Canadiens at Montreal, Mar. 30, 1944 against Toronto. Toe Blake scored at 7:58 of 3rd period and again at 8:37, Maurice Richard, 9:17, Ray Getliffe, 10:33. Canadiens won 11-0 and best-of-seven SF 4-1.

Fastest three goals, both teams:
0:21 - Chicago Blackhawks, Edmonton Oilers at Edmonton, May 7, 1985. Behn Wilson, Chicago, at 19:22 of 3rd period, Jari Kurri, Edmonton, 19:36, and Glenn Anderson, Edmonton, 19:43. Edmonton won 7-3 and best-of-seven CF 4-2.
0:27 - Phoenix Coyotes, Detroit Red Wings at Detroit, Apr. 24, 1998. Jeremy Roenick scored for Phoenix at 13:24 of the 2nd period, Mathieu Dandenault scored for Detroit at 13:32, and Keith Tkachuk scored for Phoenix at 13:51. Phoenix won 7-4, Detroit won the best-of-seven CQF 4-2.
0:30 - Chicago Blackhawks, Pittsburgh Penguins at Chicago, Jun. 1, 1992. Dirk Graham scored for Chicago at 6:21 of 1st period, Kevin Stevens, Pittsburgh, 6:33 and Graham, Chicago, 6:51. Pittsburgh won 6-5 and best-of-seven F 4-0.

Fastest three goals, one team:
0:23 - Toronto Maple Leafs at Toronto, Apr. 12, 1979, against Atlanta. Darryl Sittler scored at 4:04 of 1st period and again at 4:16, and Ron Ellis at 4:27. Toronto won 7-4 and best-of-three PR 2-0.
0:38 - NY Rangers at NY, Apr. 12, 1986, against Philadelphia. Jim Wiemer scored at 12:29 of 3rd period, Bob Brooke at 12:43 and Ron Grescher at 13:07 NY Rangers won 5-2 and best-of-five DSF 3-2.
  - Colorado Avalanche at Vancouver, Apr. 18, 2001. Peter Forsberg scored at 9:11 of 3rd period, Joe Sakic at 9:28 and Eric Messier at 9:49. Colorado won 5-1 and best-of-seven CQF 4-0.

Fastest two goals, both teams:
0:05 - Pittsburgh Penguins, Buffalo Sabres at Buffalo, Apr. 14, 1979. Gilbert Perreault, Buffalo, at 12:59, and Jim Hamilton, Pittsburgh at 13:04 of 1st period. Pittsburgh won 4-3 and best-of-three PR 2-1.
0:08 - Minnesota North Stars, St Louis Blues at Minnesota, Apr. 9, 1989. Bernie Federko scored for St Louis at 2:28 of 3rd period and Perry Berezan at 2:36 for Minnesota. Minnesota won 5-4. St Louis won best-of-seven DSF 4-1.
  - Phoenix Coyotes, Detroit Red Wings, at Detroit, April 24, 1998. Jeremy Roenick scored for Phoenix at 13:24 of the 2nd period and Mathieu Dandenault scored for Detroit at 13:32. Phoenix won the best-of-seven CQF 4-2.
0:09 - NY Islanders, Washington Capitals at Washington, Apr. 10, 1986. Bryan Trottier scored for NY at 18:26 of 2nd period and Scott Stevens at 18:35 for Washington. Washington won 5-2, and best-of-five DSF 3-0.
  - Buffalo Sabres, Toronto Maple Leafs at Toronto, May 23, 1999. Vaclac Varada scored for Buffalo at 4:23 and Mats Sundin for Toronto at 4:32 of 1st period. Buffalo won 5-4, and best-of-seven CF 4-1.

Fastest two goals, one team:
0:05 - Detroit Red Wings at Detroit, Apr. 11, 1965 against Chicago. Norm Ullman scored at 17:35 and at 17:40, 2nd period. Detroit won 4-2. Chicago won best-of-seven SF 4-3.

Overtime: 
Shortest Overtime:
0:09 - Montreal Canadiens, Calgary Flames, at Calgary, May 18, 1986, Montreal won 3-2 on Brian Shrudland's goal and captured the best-of-seven F 4-1.
0:11 - NY Islanders, NY Rangers, at NY Rangers, Apr. 11, 1975. NY Islanders won 4-3 on Jean-Paul Parise's goal and captures the best-of-three PR 2-1.

Longest Overtime:
116:30 - Detroit Red Wings, Mtl. Maroons at Montreal, March 24-25, 1936. Detroit 1, Mtl. Maroons 0. Mud Bruneteau scored, assisted by Hec Kilrea, at 16:30 of sixth overtime period, or after 176 minutes, 30 seconds from start of game, which ended at 2:25am. Detroit won best-of-five SF 3-0.
, April 12, 1991, at St. Louis vs Detroit. St. Louis won 6-1.

Most overtime games, one playoff year:
28 - 1993, of 85 games played, 28 went into overtime.
26 - 2001, of 86 games played, 26 went into overtime.
22 - 2003, of 89 games played, 22 went into overtime.
21 - 1999, of 86 games played, 21 went into overtime.
19 - 1996, of 86 games played, 19 went into overtime.
  - 1998, of 82 games played, 19 went into overtime.
18 - 1994, of 90 games played, 18 went into overtime.
18 - 1995, of 81 games played, 18 went into overtime.

Fewest overtime games, one playoff year:
0 - 1963. None of the 16 games went into overtime, the only year since 1926 that no overtime was required in any playoff series.

Most overtime games, one series:
5 - Toronto Maple Leafs, Montreal Canadiens in 1951. Toronto defeated Montreal 4-1 in best-of-seven F.
4 - Toronto Maple Leafs, Boston Bruins in 1933. Toronto won best-of-five SF 3-2.
  - Boston Bruins, NY Rangers in 1939. Boston won best-of-seven SF 4-3.
  - St. Louis Blues, Minnesota North Stars in 1968. St Louis won best-of-seven SF 4-3.
  - Dallas Stars, St. Louis Blues in 1999. Dallas won best-of-seven CSF 4-2.
  - Dallas Stars, Edmonton Oilers in 2001. Dallas won best-of-seven CQF 4-2.
  - Dallas Stars, San Jose Sharks in 2008. Dallas won best-of-seven CSF 4-2.

Team Hat-Tricks: 
Most Hat-Tricks, by all teams, one playoff year:
12 - 1983 in 66 games.
  - 1988 in 83 games.
11 - 1985 in 70 games.
  - 1992 in 86 games.

Most Hat-Tricks, one team, one playoff year:
6 - Edmonton Oilers in 16 games, 1983.
  - Edmonton Oilers in 18 games, 1985.

Shutouts: 
Most shutouts, one playoff year, all teams:
25 - 2002. Of 90 games played. Detroit had 4; Carolina, Colorado, St. Louis and Toronto had 3 each; while Los Angeles, New Jersey and Philadelphia had 1 each.
23 - 2004. Of 89 games played, Tampa Bay, Calgary had 5 each; Toronto, San Jose had 3 each; while Boston, Colorado, Detroit, Montreal, Nashville, NY Islanders and Philadelphia had 1 each.
19 - 2001. Of 86 games played. Colorado and New Jersey had 4 each, Toronto had 3, Pittsburgh and Los Angeles had 2 each, while Buffalo, Washington, Detroit, and San Jose had 1 each.
18 - 2003. Of 89 games played, New Jersey had 7; Anaheim had 5; Philadelphia had 2; Colorado, NY Islanders, Ottawa, St. Louis and Washington had 1 each.

Fewest shutouts, one playoff year, all teams:
0 - 1959. 18 games played.

Most shutouts, both teams, one series:
5 - Toronto Maple Leafs (3), Detroit Red Wings (2), in 1945. Toronto won best-of-seven F 4-3.
5 - Toronto Maple Leafs (3), Detroit Red Wings (2), in 1950. Toronto won best-of-seven SF 4-3.

Team Penalties: 
Fewest penalties, both teams, best-of-seven series:
19 - Detroit Red Wings, Toronto Maple Leafs in 1945 F, won by Toronto 4-3. Detroit received 10 minors. Toronto 9 minors.

Fewest penalties, one team, best-of-seven series:
9 - Toronto Maple Leafs in 1945 F, won by Toronto 4-3 against Detroit.

Most penalties, both teams, one series:
218 - New Jersey Devils, Washignton Capitals in 1988. New Jersey received 97 minors, 11 majors, 9 misconducts and 1 match penalty. Washington received 80 minors, 11 majors, 8 misconducts and 1 match penalty. New Jersey won best-of-seven DF 4-3.

Most penalty minutes, both teams, one series:
654 - New Jersey Devils (349), Washignton Capitals (305) in 1988. New Jersey won best-of-seven DF 4-3.

Most penalties, one team, one series:
118 - New Jersey Devils in 1988 vs. Washington. New Jersey received 97 minors, 11 majors, 9 misconducts and 1 match penalty. New Jersey won best-of-seven DF 4-3.

Most penalty minutes, one team, one series:
349 - New Jersey Devils in 1988 vs. Washington. New Jersey won best-of-seven DF 4-3.

Most penalties, both teams, one game:
66 - Detroit Red Wings, St Louis Blues, at St Louis, Apr. 12, 1991. Detroit received 33 penalties, St Louis 33. St Louis won 6-1.
63 - Minnesota North Stars (34), Chicago Blackhawks (29), April 6, 1990, at Chicago. Chicago won 5-3.
62 - New Jersey Devils (32), Washington Capitals (30), April 22, 1988, at New Jersey. New Jersey won 10-4.

Most penalty minutes, both teams, one game:
298 - Detroit Red Wings (152), St Louis Blues (146), April 12, 1991, at St. Louis. Detroit received 33 penalties; St. Louis received 33 penalties. St. Louis won 6-1.
267 - NY Rangers (142), Los Angeles Kings (125), April 9, 1981, at Los Angeles. NY Rangers received 31 penalties; Los Angeles received 28 penalties. Los Angeles won 5-4.

Most penalties, one team, one game:
34 - Minnesota North Stars, April 6, 1990, at Chicago. Chicago won 5-3.
33 - Detroit Red Wings, April 12, 1991, at St. Louis. St Louis won 6-1.
  - St. Louis Blues

Most penalty minutes, one team, one game:
152 - Detroit Red Wings, April 12, 1991, at St. Louis. St Louis won 6-1.
146 - St. Louis Blues, April 12, 1991, at St. Louis. St Louis won 6-1.
142 - NY Rangers, April 9, 1981, at Los Angeles. Los Angeles won 5-4.

Most penalties, both teams, one period:
43 - NY Rangers (24), Los Angeles Kings (19), April 9, 1981, first period at Los Angeles. Los Angeles won 5-4.

Most penalty minutes, both teams, one period:
248 - NY Islanders (124), Boston Bruins (124), April 17, 1980, first period at Boston. NY Islanders won 5-4.

Most penalties, one team, one period:
24 - NY Rangers, April 9, 1981, first period at Los Angeles. Los Angeles won 5-4.

Most penalty minutes, one team, one period:
125 - NY Rangers, April 9, 1981, first period at Los Angeles. Los Angeles won 5-4.