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NHL playoff stats: List of Stanley Cup winners, leading scorers, top goalies, MVPs

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The 2021-22 Stanley Cup playoffs are in full swing, as the Tampa Bay Lightning continue their march towards a third consecutive championship, while the rest of the field looks to knock them off their perch.

This is the time when NHL history is made, and with that in mind, here is a list of key historical stats about the Stanley Cup playoffs:

Edmonton Oilers superstar Connor McDavid is putting on a performance for the ages in the NHL playoffs. (Photo by Codie McLachlan/Getty Images)
Edmonton Oilers superstar Connor McDavid is putting on a performance for the ages in the NHL playoffs. (Photo by Codie McLachlan/Getty Images)

Most points (2000-present)

2009: Evgeni Malkin, 36

2020: Nikita Kucherov, 34

2021: Nikita Kucherov, 32

2018: Evgeny Kuznetsov, 32

2016: Logan Couture, 30

2010: Daniel Briere, 30

2017: Evgeni Malkin, 28

2006: Eric Staal, 28

2008: Sidney Crosby and Henrik Zetterberg, 27

2002: Peter Forsberg, 27

2014: Anze Kopitar, 26

2013: David Krejci, 26

2004: Brad Richards, 26

2001: Joe Sakic, 26

2000: Brett Hull, 24

2019: Brad Marchand, 23

2015: Tyler Johnson and Patrick Kane, 23

2011: David Krejci, 23

2007: Daniel Alfredsson, Jason Spezza and Dany Heatley, 22

2012: Dustin Brown and Anze Kopitar, 20

2003: Jamie Langenbrunner and Scott Niedermayer, 18

Most goals (2000-present)

2018: Alexander Ovechkin, 15

2009: Sidney Crosby, 15

2021: Brayden Point, 14

2020: Brayden Point, 14

2019: Logan Couture, 14

2016: Joe Paveski, 14

2014: Marian Gaborik, 14

2007: Daniel Alfredsson, 14

2006: Fernando Pisani, 14

2015: Tyler Johnson, 13

2017: Jake Guentzel, 13

2010: Mike Cammalleri, 13

2008: Henrik Zetterberg and Johan Franzen, 13

2001: Joe Sakic, 13

2004: Jarome Iginla, 13

2011: David Krejci, 12

2003: Jamie Langenbrunner, 11

2000: Brett Hull, 11

2013: Patrick Sharp, 10

2002: Brett Hull, 10

2012: Dustin Brown, Anze Kopitar, Ilya Kovalchuk, Claude Giroux and Zach Parise, 8

Most points, single season

Wayne Gretzky, 47, 1985

Mario Lemieux, 44, 1991

Wayne Gretzky, 43, 1988

Wayne Gretzky, 40, 1993

Wayne Gretzky, 38, 1983

Paul Coffey, 37, 1985

Evgeni Malkin, 36, 2009

Mike Bossy, 35, 1981

Wayne Gretzky, 35, 1984

Doug Gilmour, 35, 1993

Most goals, single season

Reggie Leach, 19, 1976

Jari Kurri, 19, 1985

Joe Sakic, 18, 1996

Newsy Lalonde, 17, 1919

Mike Bossy, 17, 1983

Mike Bossy, 17, 1982

Mike Bossy, 17, 1981

Wayne Gretzky, 17, 1985

Steve Payne, 17, 1981

Kevin Stevens, 17, 1991

Stanley Cup winners (1967-present)

2021: Tampa Bay Lightning defeat Montreal Canadiens (4-1)

2020: Tampa Bay Lightning defeat Dallas Stars (4-2)

2019: St. Louis Blues defeat Boston Bruins (4-3)

2018: Washington Capitals defeat Vegas Golden Knights (4-1)

2017: Pittsburgh Penguins defeat Nashville Predators (4-2)

2016: Pittsburgh Penguins defeat San Jose Sharks (4-2)

2015: Chicago Blackhawks defeat Tampa Bay Lightning (4-2)

2014: Los Angeles Kings defeat New York Rangers (4-1)

2013: Chicago Blackhawks defeat Boston Bruins (4-2)

2012: Los Angeles Kings defeat New Jersey Devils (4-2)

2011: Boston Bruins defeat Vancouver Canucks (4-3)

2010: Chicago Blackhawks defeat Philadelphia Flyers (4-2)

2009: Pittsburgh Penguins defeat Detroit Red Wings (4-3)

2008: Detroit Red Wings defeat Pittsburgh Penguins (4-2)

2007: Anaheim Ducks defeat Ottawa Senators (4-1)

2006: Carolina Hurricanes defeat Edmonton Oilers (4-3)

2005: No championship awarded due to NHL lockout

2004: Tampa Bay Lightning defeat Calgary Flames (4-3)

2003: New Jersey Devils defeat Anaheim Ducks (4-3)

2002: Detroit Red Wings defeat Carolina Hurricanes (4-1)

2001: Colorado Avalanche defeat New Jersey Devils (4-3)

2000: New Jersey Devils defeat Dallas Stars (4-2)

1999: Dallas Stars defeat Buffalo Sabres (4-2)

1998: Detroit Red Wings defeat Washington Capitals (4-0)

1997: Detroit Red Wings defeat Philadelphia Flyers (4-0)

1996: Colorado Avalanche defeat Florida Panthers (4-0)

1995: New Jersey Devils defeat Detroit Red Wings (4-0)

1994: New York Rangers defeat Vancouver Canucks (4-3)

1993: Montreal Canadiens defeat Los Angeles Kings (4-1)

1992: Pittsburgh Penguins defeat Chicago Blackhawks (4-0)

1991: Pittsburgh Penguins defeat Minnesota North Stars (4-2)

1990: Edmonton Oilers defeat Boston Bruins (4-1)

1989: Calgary Flames defeat Montreal Canadiens (4-2)

1988: Edmonton Oilers defeat Boston Bruins (4-0)

1987: Edmonton Oilers defeat Philadelphia Flyers (4-3)

1986: Montreal Canadiens defeat Calgary Flames (4-1)

1985: Edmonton Oilers defeat Philadelphia Flyers (4-1)

1984: Edmonton Oilers defeat New York Islanders (4-1)

1983: New York Islanders defeat Edmonton Oilers (4-0)

1982: New York Islanders defeat Vancouver Canucks (4-0)

1981: New York Islanders defeat Minnesota North Stars (4-1)

1980: New York Islanders defeat Philadelphia Flyers (4-2)

1979: Montreal Canadiens defeat New York Rangers (4-1)

1978: Montreal Canadiens defeat Boston Bruins (4-2)

1977: Montreal Canadiens defeat Boston Bruins (4-0)

1976: Montreal Canadiens defeat Philadelphia Flyers (4-0)

1975: Philadelphia Flyers defeat Buffalo Sabres (4-2)

1974: Philadelphia Flyers defeat Boston Bruins (4-2)

1973: Montreal Canadiens defeat Chicago Black Hawks (4-2)

1972: Boston Bruins defeat New York Rangers (4-3)

1971: Montreal Canadiens defeat Chicago Black Hawks (4-3)

1970: Boston Bruins defeat St. Louis Blues (4-0)

1969: Montreal Canadiens defeat St. Louis Blues (4-0)

1968: Montreal Canadiens defeat St. Louis Blues (4-0)

1967: Toronto Maple Leafs defeat Montreal Canadiens (4-2)

The Tampa Bay Lightning have been the last team standing in the NHL playoffs for two straight years. (Photo by Scott Audette/NHLI via Getty Images)
The Tampa Bay Lightning have been the last team standing in the NHL playoffs for two straight years. (Photo by Scott Audette/NHLI via Getty Images)

Conn Smythe Trophy winners (2000-present)

2021: Andrei Vasilevskiy

2020: Victor Hedman

2019: Ryan O’Reilly

2018: Alexander Ovechkin

2017: Sidney Crosby

2016: Sidney Crosby

2015: Duncan Keith

2014: Justin Williams

2013: Patrick Kane

2012: Jonathan Quick

2011: Tim Thomas

2010: Jonathan Toews

2009: Evgeni Malkin

2008: Henrik Zetterberg

2007: Scott Niedermayer

2006: Cam Ward

2005: No trophy awarded due to NHL lockout

2004: Brad Richards

2003: Jean-Sebastien Giguere

2002: Nicklas Lidstrom

2001: Patrick Roy

2000: Scott Stevens

Most Stanley Cup wins

Montreal Canadiens, 24

Toronto Maple Leafs, 13

Detroit Red Wings, 11

Boston Bruins, 6

Chicago Blackhawks, 6

Most Stanley Cup appearances

Montreal Canadiens, 35

Detroit Red Wings, 24

Toronto Maple Leafs, 21

Boston Bruins, 20

Chicago Blackhawks, 13

Best single-season goaltending performances by save percentage (minimum 10 appearances)

Jacques Plante, 1969, .950 save percentage

Johnny Bower, 1963, .949

Jonathan Quick, 2012, .946

Patrick Lalime, 2002, .946

Jean-Sebastien Giguere, 2003, .946

Ron Tugnutt, 2000, .945

Braden Holtby, 2015, .944

Ilya Bryzgalov, 2006, .944

Mike Smith, 2012, .944

Jonas Hiller, 2009, .943

All-time scoring leaders

Wayne Gretzky, 382 points

Mark Messier, 295 points

Jari Kurri, 233 points

Glenn Anderson, 214 points

Jaromir Jagr, 201 points

Paul Coffey, 196 points

Sidney Crosby, 191 points

Brett Hull, 190 points

Joe Sakic, 188 points

Doug Gilmour, 188 points

Active scoring leaders

Sidney Crosby, 191 points

Evgeni Malkin, 174 points

Alex Ovechkin, 135 points

Joe Thornton, 134 points

Patrick Kane, 132 points

Nikita Kucherov, 127 points

Patrice Bergeron, 120 points

Ryan Getzlaf, 120 points

Joe Pavelski, 119 points

Jonathan Toews, 119 points

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