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Most Stanley Cup Championships (since 1918):

23, Montreal Canadiens.


Most Appearances in Stanley Cup final (since 1918):

32, Montreal Canadiens.


Most Appearances in Playoffs (since 1918):

77, Montreal Canadiens.


Most Consecutive Stanley Cup Championships:

5, Montreal Canadiens, 1956-60.


Most Consecutive Appearances in Stanley Cup final:

10, Montreal Canadiens, 1951-60.


Most Consecutive Appearances in Playoffs:

29, Boston Bruins, 1968-96.


Most Goals Scored by Both Teams in a Playoff Series:

69, Edmonton Oilers (44), Chicago Black Hawks (25) in six games in the 1985 conference final.


Most Goals Scored by One Team in a Playoff Series:

44, Edmonton Oilers, vs. Chicago Black Hawks in six games in the 1985 conference final.


Fewest Goals Scored by Both Teams in a Playoff Series:

9, Toronto Maple Leafs (7), Boston Bruins (2) in four games in the 1935 semifinal.


Fewest Goals Scored by One Team in a Playoff Series:

1, Minnesota Wild, vs. Mighty Ducks of Anaheim in four games in 2003 conference final.


Most Goals Scored by Both Teams in a Playoff Game:

18, Los Angeles Kings 10, Edmonton Oilers 8, 1982 division semifinal.


Most Goals Scored by One Team in a Playoff Game:

13, Edmonton Oilers 13, Los Angeles Kings 3, April 9, 1987.


Most Goals Scored by Both Teams in One Period of a Playoff Game:

9, New York Rangers 6, Philadelphia Flyers 3, 3rd period, April 24, 1979.
9, Los Angeles Kings 5, Calgary Flames 4, 2nd period, April 10, 1990.


Most Goals Scored by One Team in One Period of a Playoff Game:

7, Montreal Canadiens, vs. Toronto Maple Leafs, 3rd period, March 30, 1944.


Longest Overtime:

116:30, Detroit Red Wings 1, Montreal Maroons 0, March 24-25, 1936. Goal scored by Mud Bruneteau.


Shortest Overtime:

0:09, Montreal Canadiens 3, Calgary Flames 2, May 18, 1986. Goal scored by Brian Skrudland.


Most Overtime Games in a Playoff Season:

28 (out of 85 games), 1993.


Fewest Overtime Games in a Playoff Season:

0 (out of 16 games), 1963.


Most Overtime Victories by One Team in a Playoff Season:

10, Montreal Canadiens, 1993.


Most Overtime Games in a Playoff Series:

5, Toronto Maple Leafs 4, Montreal Canadiens 1, 1951 Cup final.


Most Consecutive Playoff Overtime Victories:

12, Montreal Canadiens, 1993-96.


Most Consecutive Playoff Victories:

14, Pittsburgh Penguins, May 9, 1992 to April 25, 1993.


Most Consecutive Victories in a Playoff Season:

11, Chicago Black Hawks and Pittsburgh Penguins, 1992, and Montreal Canadiens, 1993.


Most Consecutive Playoff Losses:

16, Chicago Black Hawks, 1975-80, and Los Angeles Kings, 1993-2001.


Most Shutouts by All Teams in a Playoff Season:

25 (out of 90 games), 2002.


Fewest Shutouts by All Teams in a Playoff Season:

0 (out of 18 games), 1959.


Most Shutouts by Both Teams in a Playoff Series:

5, Toronto Maple Leafs 3, Detroit Red Wings 2 in 1945 Cup Final.
5, Toronto Maple Leafs 3, Detroit Red Wings 2 in 1950 semifinal.


Most Power Play Goals Scored by One Team in a Playoff Season:

35, Minnesota North Stars, 1991.


Most Power Play Goals Scored by One Team in a Playoff Series:

15, New York Islanders vs. Philadelphia Flyers, 1980 Cup Final.
15, Minnesota North Stars vs. Chicago Black Hawks, 1991 division semifinal.


Most Power Play Goals Scored by Both Teams in a Playoff Game:

8, Minnesota North Stars 4, St. Louis Blues 4, April 24, 1991.


Most Power Play Goals Scored by One Team in a Playoff Game:

6, Boston Bruins, vs. Toronto Maple Leafs, April 2, 1969.


Most Shorthanded Goals by One Team in a Playoff Season:

10, Edmonton Oilers, 1983.


Most Shorthanded Goals by One Team in a Playoff Series:

6, Calgary Flames, vs. San Jose Sharks, 1995 conference quarter-final.
6, Vancouver Canucks, vs. St. Louis Blues, 1995 conference quarter-final.


Most Shorthanded Goals by One Team in a Playoff Game:

3, Boston Bruins, vs. Minnesota North Stars, April 11, 1981.
3, New York Islanders, vs. New York Rangers, April 17, 1983.
3, Toronto Maple Leafs, vs. San Jose Sharks, May 8, 1994.


Fastest Two Goals Scored by Both Teams in a Playoff Game:

0:05, Pittsburgh Penguins and Buffalo Sabres, 1st period, April 14, 1979.
Goals scored by Gil Perreault (Buffalo) at 12:59, and by Jim Hamilton (Pittsburgh) at 13:04.


Fastest Two Goals Scored by One Team in a Playoff Game:

0:05, Detroit Red Wings, vs. Chicago Black Hawks, 2nd period, April 11, 1965.
Goals scored by Norm Ullman at 17:35 and at 17:40.


Fastest Three Goals Scored by Both Teams in a Playoff Game:

0:21, Chicago Black Hawks and Edmonton Oilers, 3rd period, May 7, 1985.
Goals scored by Behn Wilson (Chicago) at 19:22, by Jari Kurri (Edmonton) at 19:36, and by Glenn Anderson (Edmonton) at 19:43.


Fastest Three Goals Scored by One Team in a Playoff Game:

0:23, Toronto Maple Leafs, vs. Atlanta Flames, 1st period, April 12, 1979.
Goals scored by Darryl Sittler at 4:04 and at 4:16, and by Ron Ellis at 4:27.


Fastest Four Goals Scored by One Team in a Playoff Game:

2:35, Montreal Canadiens, vs. Toronto Maple Leafs, 3rd period, March 30, 1944.
Goals scored by Toe Blake at 7:58 and at 8:37, by Maurice Richard at 9:17, and by Ray Getliffe at 10:33.


Fastest Five Goals Scored by One Team in a Playoff Game:

3:36, Montreal Canadiens, vs. Toronto Maple Leafs, 3rd period, March 30, 1944.
Goals scored by Toe Blake at 7:58 and at 8:37, by Maurice Richard at 9:17, by Ray Getliffe at 10:33, and by Buddy O'Connor at 11:34.


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