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NHL Playoff Scoring Leaders

A look at the NHL's all time scoring leaders gives you an even greater appreciation of the great Edmonton Oilers teams from the 1980s.

NHL All Time Playoff Scoring Leaders



Yrs GP G A Pts
Wayne Gretzky 16 208 122 260 382
Mark Messier 17 236 109 186 295
Jari Kurri 15 200 106 127 233
Glenn Anderson 15 225 93 121 214
Paul Coffey 16 194 59 137 196
Brett Hull 19 202 103 87 190
Doug Gilmour 17 182 60 128 188
Steve Yzerman 20 196 70 115 185
Bryan Trottier 17 221 71 113 184
Joe Sakic 12 162 82 96 178

NHL Playoff Goal Scoring Leaders


Yrs GP G
Wayne Gretzky 16 208 122
Mark Messier 17 236 109
Jari Kurri 15 200 106
Brett Hull 19 202 103
Glenn Anderson 15 225 93
Mike Bossy 10 129 85
Maurice Richard 15 133 82
Joe Sakic 12 162 82
Claude Lemieux 17 233 80
Jean Beliveau 17 162 79

Comments

JAY DAVIDSON said…
No Phil Esposito in this listing..............I REST MY CASE

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