Petr Klima scored 15:13 into the third overtime period to lead the Oilers to a 3-2 triumph over the Boston Bruins in Game One of the 1990 Final at Boston Garden. The 55:13 overtime was the longest in Final history, 1:23 longer than the 53:50 of overtime played in Game Three of the 1931 Final between Chicago and Montreal.
May 15, 1995 • The Vancouver Canucks tallied two shorthanded goals in 17 seconds during the second period of their 6-5 win over the St. Louis Blues in Game Five of their Conference Quarter-final series to set an NHL playoff record for the fastest two shorthanded goals by one team. Christian Ruuttu scored for Vancouver at 4:31 of the second period, followed by Geoff Courtnall at 4:48. The Canucks passed the old mark of 24 seconds set by the 1978 Montreal Canadiens versus Detroit on April 23, 1978
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