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List of the most frequent NHL playoff series

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List of the most frequent NHL playoff series

This is a list of the most frequent NHL playoff series in the National Hockey League's history. For the complete list, see: List of NHL playoff series.

Rank Total Team Record Team Last occurrence
1. 34 Montreal Canadiens 25–9 Boston Bruins 2014
2. 23 Toronto Maple Leafs 12–11 Detroit Red Wings 1993
3. 17 Montreal Canadiens 12–5 Chicago Blackhawks 1976
4. 16 Chicago Blackhawks 9–7 Detroit Red Wings 2013
5. 15 New York Rangers 8–7 Montreal Canadiens 2014
6. 14 Toronto Maple Leafs 8–6 Boston Bruins 2013
7. 13 Montreal Canadiens 7–6 Toronto Maple Leafs 1979
8. 12 Detroit Red Wings 7–5 Montreal Canadiens 1978
8. 12* Minnesota North Stars/Dallas Stars 6–6 St. Louis Blues 2001
10. 11 Chicago Blackhawks 8–3 St. Louis Blues 2014
10. 11 Philadelphia Flyers 6–5 New York Rangers 2014
12. 10 Boston Bruins 7–3 New York Rangers 2013
13. 9 Philadelphia Flyers 6–3 Buffalo Sabres 2011
13. 9 Toronto Maple Leafs 6–3 Chicago Blackhawks 1995
13. 9 New York Rangers 5–4 Washington Capitals 2015
16. 8 Pittsburgh Penguins 7–1 Washington Capitals 2009
16. 8 Boston Bruins 6–2 Buffalo Sabres 2010
16. 8** Minnesota North Stars/Dallas Stars 6–2 Edmonton Oilers 2003
16. 8 New York Islanders 5–3 New York Rangers 1994
16. 8 New York Rangers 5–3 Toronto Maple Leafs 1971
16. 8 Detroit Red Wings 4–4 Boston Bruins 2014
* Nine series between Minnesota-St. Louis (5–4 St. Louis), three between Dallas-St. Louis (2–1 Dallas)
** Two series between Minnesota-Edmonton (both 1–1), six between Dallas-Edmonton (5–1 Dallas)

See also


  • Most frequent playoff matchups
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