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National Hockey League (NHL) Stanley Cup Team Records

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Most games played by all teams, one playoff year:
92
1991. There were 51 DSF, 24 DF, 11 CF and 6 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.
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)
Most consecutive Stanley Cup championships:
5
Montreal Canadiens, (56-57-58-59-60)
Most final series appearances:
32
Montreal Canadiens in 89 year history
Most consecutive final series appearances:
10
Montreal Canadiens, (1951-60, inclusive)
Most years in playoffs:
75
Montreal Canadiens in 89 year history
Most consecutive appearances in playoffs:
29
Boston Bruins, (1968-96, inclusive)
Most home wins, one team, one playoff year:
12
New Jersey Devils, 2003 in 13 home-ice games
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 3 at Vancouver on DSF, two at Detroit in DF, three at San Jose in CF and two at Tampa Bay in Finals.

Most home wins, all teams, one playoff season:
57
1991, of 92 games played the home teams won 57 (29 DSF, 17 DF, 8 CF, 3 in Stanley Cup final)
Most road wins, all teams, one playoff season:
46
1987, of 87 games played, road teams won 46 (22 DSF, 14 DF, 8 CF and 2 in Stanley Cup 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
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.
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 3 vs Vancouver in CQF, 2 vs Detroit in CSF, 2 vs San Jose in CF and 4 vs Tampa Bay in finals.
Most home losses, one team, one playoff year:
7
Calgary Flames, 2004. Lost 2 vs Vancouver in CQF, 1 vs Detroit in CSF, 2 vs San Jose in CF and 2 vs Tampa Bay in finals.
Most road losses, one team, one playoff year:
7
New Jersey Devils 2003, , 1968. Lost one at Boston in CQF;one at Tampa Bay in CSF; two at Ottawa in CF: three at Anahiem in finals.
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.

LA Kings, 1991. Lost one vs. Vancouver in DSF; and three vs. Edmonton in DF series.

LA Kings, 1993. Lost one vs. Toronto in CF; and three vs.Montreal in F series.

Philadelphia Flyers, 1996. Lost two vs. Tampa Bay in CQF; and two vs. Florida in CSF series.

Dallas Stars 1999.Lost 2 to St Louis in CSF, 1 vs Colorado inCF, and 1 vs Buffalo in F series.

Detroit Red Wings 2002. Lost 1 to Vancouver inCQF, 2 vs Colorado inCF, and 1 to Carolina in F series.

New Jersey Devils 2003. Lost 2 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 1 to Vancouver inCQF, 2 vs Colorado inCF, and 1 to Carolina in F series.
Most overtime losses on the road, one team, one playoff year:
3
LA Kings, 1991. Lost one at Vancouver in DSF; and two at Edmonton in DF series.

Chicago Blawkhawks, 1995,. Lost one at Toronto in CQF, two at Detroit in CF.

 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 vs Ottawa in CF, two vs Anaheim in F
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.
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.
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

Los Angeles Kings. Streak started June 3, 1993 with a 3-2 loss in the final vs Montreal. After not qualifying for the playoffs for a number of years, they lost 4 games to St Louisin 1998. Lost 4 straight games to Detroit in 2000 CQF. Los Angeles lost first 2 games of 2001 CQF against Detroit before finally stopping the strak with a 2-1 win over Detroit on April 15, 2001.
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.
Most goals, one team, two-game series:
11
Buffalo Sabres in 1977 PR. Buffalo won best-of-three series 2-0, outscoring Minnesota 11-3.

Toronto Maple Leafs in 1978 PR. 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
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
Most goals, one team, six-games series:
44
Edmonton Oilers in 1985 CF, Edmonton won best-of-seven series 4-2, outscoring Chicago 44-25
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.
Fewest goals, one team, two-game series:
0
NY Americans in 1929 SF. Lost two-game total-game series 1-0 against NY Rangers.

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, Minnesota lost best of seven series 4-0, outscored by Anaheim 9-1.
Fewest goals, one team, five-game series:
2
Philadelphia Flyers, 2002. Ottawa won 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.
Most goals, both teams, one playoff series:
69
Edmonton Oilers, Chicago Blackhawks in 1985 SF. Edmonton won best-of-seven series 4-2, outscoring Chicago 44-25
Most goals, both teams, two-game series:
17
Toronto Maple Leafs, Montreal Canadiens in 1918 NHL F. Toronto  won two-game total goal series 10-7
Most goals, both teams, three-game series:
33
Minnesota North Stars, Boston Bruins in 1981 PR. Minnesota won best-of-five series 3-0, outscoring Boston 20-13
Most goals, both teams, four-game series:
36
Boston Bruins, St Louis Blues in 1972 SF. Boston won best-of-seven series 4-0, outscoring St Louis 28-8

Edmonton Oilers, Chicago Blackhawks in 1983 CF. Edmonton won best-of-seven series 4-0, outscoring Chicago 25-11

Minnesota North Stars, Toronto Maple Leafs in 1983 DSF.Minnesota won best-of-five series 3-1, teams tied in scoring 18-18
Most goals, both teams, five-game series:
52
Edmonton Oilers, Los Angeles Kings in 1987 DSF. Edmonton won best-of-seven series 4-1, outscoring Los Angeles 32-20
Most goals, both teams, six-game series:
69
Edmonton Oilers, Chicago Blackhawks in 1985 CF. Edmonton won best-of-seven series 4-2, outscoring Chicago 44-25
Most goals, both teams, seven-game series:
61
San Jose Sharks, Calgary Flames in 1995 CQF. San Jose won best-of-seven series 4-3, while being outscored 35-26
Fewest goals, both teams, two-game series:
1
NY Rangers, NY Americans in 1929 SF. NY Rangers defeated NY Americans 1-0 in two-game, total-goal series

Mtl. Maroons, Chicago Blackhawks in 1935 SF. Mtl. Maroons defeated Chicago 1-0 in two-game, total-game series
Fewest goals, both teams, three-game series:
7
Boston Bruins, Montreal Canadiens in 1929 SF. Boston won best-of-five series 3-0, outscoring Montreal 5-2

Detroit Red Wings, Mtl. Maroons in 1936 SF. Detroit won best-of-five series 3-0, outscoring Mtl. Maroons 6-1
Fewest goals, both teams, four-game series:
9
Toronto Maple Leafs, Boston Bruins in 1935 SF. Toronto won best-of-five series 3-1, outscoring Boston 7-2
Fewest goals, both teams, five-game series:
11
NY Rangers, Mtl. Maroons in 1928 F. NY Rangers won best-of-five series 3-2, while outscored by Mtl. Maroons 6-5
Fewest goals, both teams, six-game series:
16
Toronto Maple Leafs, Carolina Hurricanes in 2002 CF. Colorado won best-of-seven series 4-2, outscoring Toronto 10-6
Fewest goals, both teams, seven-game series:
18
Toronto Maple Leafs, Detroit Red Wings in 1945 F. Toronto won best-of-seven series 4-3, teams tied in scoring 9-9
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
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
Most goals, both teams, one period:
9
NY Rangers, Philadelphia Flyers, Apr. 24, 1979, at Philadelphia, 3rd period. NY Rangers won 8-3 scoring 6 of 9 3rd period goals.

Los Angeles Kings, Calgary Flames at Los Angeles, Apr. 10, 1990, 2nd period. Los Angeles won game 12-4, scoring 5 of 9 2nd period 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
Most power-play goals, one team, one series:
15
NY Islanders in 1980 F against Philadelphia. NY Islanders won series 4-2

Minnesota North Stars in 1991 DSF against Chicago. Minnesota won series 4-2
Most power-play goals, both teams, one series:
21
NY Islanders, Philadelphia Flyers in 1980 F, won by NY Islanders 4-2. NY Islanders had 15 and Flyers 6.

NY Islanders, Edmonton Oilers in 1981 QF, won by NY Islanders 4-2. NY Islanders had 13 and Edmonton 8
.
Philadelphia Flyers, Pittsburgh Penguins in 1989 DF, won by Philadelphia 4-3. Philadelphia had 11 and Pittsburgh 10.

Minnesota North Stars, Chicago Blackhawks in 1991 DSF, won by Minnesota 4-2. Minnesota had 15 and Chicago 6
Most power-play goals, one team, one game:
6
Boston Bruins, Apr. 2, 1969, at Boston against Toronto. Boston won 10-0.
Most power-play goals, both teams, one game:
8
Minnesota North Stars, St Louis Blues, Apr. 24, 1991 at Minnesota. Minnesota had 4, St Louis 4. Minnesota won 8-4.
Most power-play goals, one team, one period:
4
Toronto Maple Leafs, Mar. 26, 1936, 2nd period against Boston at Toronto. Toronto won 8-3

Minnesota North Stars, Apr. 28, 1984, 2nd period against Edmonton at Minnesota. Edmonton won 8-5

Boston Bruins, Apr. 11, 1991, 3rd period against Hartford at Boston. Boston won 6-1.

Minnesota North Stars, Apr. 24, 1991, 2nd period against 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, Edmonton Oilers, Apr. 28, 1984, 2nd period, at Minnesota. Minnesota had 4 and Edmonton 1. Edmonton won 8-5

Vancouver Canucks, Calgary Flames, Apr. 9, 1989, 3rd period, at Vancouver. Vancouver had 3 and Calgary 2. Vancouver won 5-3

Minnesota North Stars, St Louis Blues, Apr. 24, 1991, 2nd period, at Minnesota. Minnesota had 4 and St Louis 1. Minnesota won 8-4
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
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
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. 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. Toronto won 8-3.
Most shorthanded goals, both teams, one game:
4
NY Islanders (3), NY Rangers (1), Apr. 17, 1983 at NY Rangers. NY Rangers won 7-6.

Boston Bruins (3), Minnesots North Stars (1), Apr. 11, 1981, at Minnesota. Minnesota won 6-3.

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

Toronto Maple Leafs (2), San Jose Sharks (1), May 8, 1994, at San Jose, 3rd period. Toronto won 8-3.
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.
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.
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.
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
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
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
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
Longest overtime Game:

Listing Overtime Longest Games
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.
Most overtime games, one playoff year:
28
1993, of 85 games played, 28 went into overtime.
Fewest overtime games, one playoff year:
0
1963
Most overtime games, one series:
5
Toronto Maple Leafs, Montreal Canadiens in 1951. Toronto defeated Montreal 4-1 in best-of-seven F.
Most three-or-more goal games by all teams, one playoff year:
12
1983 in 66 games

1988 in 83 games
Most three-or-more goal games, one team, one playoff year:
6
Edmonton Oilers in 16 games, 1983.

Edmonton Oilers in 18 games, 1985.
Most shutouts, one playoff year, all teams:
25
2002. Of 90 games palyed Detroit had 6, Ottawa had 4, Carolina, Colorado, St Louis, Toronto had 3 each, while Los Angeles, New Jersey and Philadelphia had 1 each.
Fewest shutouts, one playoff year, all teams:
0
1959. 18 games played
Most shutouts, both teams, one series:
5
1945 F, Toronto Maple Leafs, Detroit Red Wings. Toronto had 3 shutouts, Detroit 2. Toronto won best-of-seven series 4-3.

1950 SF. Toronto Maple Leafs, Detroit Red Wings. Toronto had 3 shutouts, Detroit 2. Detroit won best-of-seven series 4-3.
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 1986 DF, won by New Jersey 4-3. New Jersey received 98 minors, 11 majors, 9 misconducts and 1 match penalty. Washington received 80 minors, 11 majors, 8 misconducts and 1 match penalty.
Most penalty minutes, both teams, one series:
654
New Jersey Devils, Washignton Capitals in 1988 DF, won by New Jersey 4-3. New Jersey had 351, Washington 305.
Most penalties, one team, one series:
118
New Jersey Devils in 1988 DF versus Washington. New Jersey received 98 minors, 11 majors, 9 misconducts and 1 match penalty.
Most penalty minutes, one team, one series:
349
New Jersey Devils in 1988 DF versus Washington. Series won by New Jersey 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
Most penalty minutes, both teams, one game:
298
Detroit Red Wings, St Louis Blues, at St Louis, Apr, 12, 1991. Detroit received 33 penalties for 152 minutes, St Louis 33 penalties for 146 minutes. St Louis won 6-1
Most penalties, one team, one game:
34
Minnesota North Stars: at Chicago, April 6, 1990. Chicago won 5-3
Most penalty minutes, one team, one game:
152
Detroit Red Wings, at St Louis, Apr. 12, 1991. St Louis won 6-1.
Most penalties, both teams, one period:
43
NY Rangers, Los Angeles Kings, Apr. 9, 1981, at Los Angeles, 1st period. NY Rangers had 24 penalties, Los Angeles 19. Los Angeles won 5-4.
Most penalty minutes, both teams, one period:
248
NY Islanders, Boston Bruins, Apr. 17, 1980, 1st period, at Boston. Each team received 124 minutes. Islanders won 5-4.
Most penalties, one team, one period:
24
 NY Rangers, Apr 9, 1981, at Los Angeles, 1st period. Los Angeles won 5-4.
Most penalty minutes, one team, one period
125 min
NY Rangers, Apr 9, 1981, at Los Angeles, 1st period. Los Angeles won 5-4.

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