Who has the most playoff goals in the NHL?

Who has the most playoff goals in the NHL?

Most Goals, Playoff Career

  • Wayne Gretzky. EDM, LAK, STL, NYR. 208. 122. 260.
  • Mark Messier. EDM, NYR. 236. 109. 186.
  • Jari Kurri. EDM, LAK, NYR, ANA, COL. 200. 106. 127.
  • Brett Hull. CGY, STL, DAL, DET. 202. 103. 190.
  • Glenn Anderson. EDM, TOR, NYR, STL. 225. 121. 214.
  • Mike Bossy. NYI. 129. 160.
  • Joe Sakic. QUE, COL. 172. 104.
  • Maurice Richard. MTL. 132. 126.

Who has the most goals in the NHL Playoffs 2021?

Brayden Point
Brayden Point collected the most goals by a forward in the 2021 playoffs, with 14 scored.

Who has scored in the NHL Playoffs 2020?

2020 NHL Playoff Scoring Leaders

per Game
Rk Name G/GP
1 Nikita Kucherov 0.280
2 Brayden Point 0.609
3 Miro Heiskanen 0.222

Who is the all time NHL goal scorer?

Wayne Gretzky
NHL History – Goals Leaders

Goals Leaders
1 Wayne Gretzky 894
2 Gordie Howe 801
3 Jaromir Jagr 766

Who has the most playoff assists of all time?

Magic Johnson

Rank Player AST
1. Magic Johnson* 2346
2. LeBron James 1919
3. John Stockton* 1839
4. Jason Kidd* 1263

Who is the leading scorer in the 2021 playoffs?

Luka Doncic has scored the most points per game in the 2021 playoffs, with 35.7 per game.

Jayson Tatum 2020-21 4.6
Kawhi Leonard 2020-21 4.4
Ja Morant 2020-21 8.2
Bradley Beal 2020-21 4.2

What NHL player has the most goals?

Canada, Wayne Gretzky, 894 goals. Considered the most prolific NHL player of all time, Gretzky is a four-time Stanley Cup champion (with the Edmonton Oilers) and still holds 60 NHL records 15 years after retiring from the sport. Czech Republic, Jaromir Jagr , 729 goals*.

Who is the best scorer in the NHL?

Maybe. Since the 1928-1929 season anyway. Wayne Gretzky is known as the greatest goal scorer in NHL history simply by scoring the most career goals and having the single greatest goal scoring season. Mike Bossy is considered by many as the best pure goal scorer the NHL has ever seen.

Who is the all time scoring leader in the NHL?

Wayne Gretzky became the NHL’s all-time leading scorer on Oct. 15, 1989 when a last-minute goal for the Los Angeles Kings against the Edmonton Oilers gave him 1,851 career points. With that goal, he passed Gordie Howe, who had held the all-time scoring lead since April 6, 1980.