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Answering based on watching hundreds of hours of the sport. A player's shift is however long they stayed on ice without any break of the game clock. That is if there is a stoppage like a penalty or TV timeout and the player was on ice before and after it, it's still the shift as the game clock didn't pass without the player off ice. But if the game clock ...


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Here are some of the records that were broken, will update the answer if I find out more: Most saves in a playoff game 1 : 85 by Joonas Korpisalo of CBJ (since shots started being tracked in 55-56 season) Note: Some resources award the most saves in a playoff game to Normie Smith, with 90 or 92 saves, who played in net for the Detroit Red Wings in the ...


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Sort of. No complete series in the modern game was played entirely at a neutral site, but some series had one or two games played at neutral sites. The 1925 Stanley Cup Finals, for example, was between the Victoria Cougars and the Montreal Canadiens. Back then, all of the games were held in one side of the country; alternating between West and East. That ...


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