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Vasilevski: Shortest time in net for an NHL playoff win (1976 to present)

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06-07-2015, 12:06 AM
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Vasilevski: Shortest time in net for an NHL playoff win (1976 to present)

My data only goes back to the 1976 playoffs, but Andrei Vasilevski's 9:13 in net for the Lightning is the shortest amount of time for an NHL playoff win in my data.

Others close are Jonas Hiller (9:58 in a Ducks' win on May 8 last year) and Tony Esposito (9:55 in a 5-4 win over St. Louis on April 15, 1982, replacing Murray Bannerman).

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It might be the first relief win for a Russian goaltender in a Stanley Cup finals game as well. Unless Khabibulin snuck in for one in 04, but I don't think he did.

The second G from Russia to pick up a SCF win.


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Hmm, I was wrong. When Vasilevski came into that game I thought for sure it would bump a Doctor No thread...but alas, it created a new one.

I was really hoping - for trivia's sake - that he played 90 seconds, made no saves and won the playoff game. Because that is some all time trivia there...

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It might be the first relief win for a Russian goaltender in a Stanley Cup finals game as well. Unless Khabibulin snuck in for one in 04, but I don't think he did.

The second G from Russia to pick up a SCF win.
Khabi was the starter in 2004.

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Irbe (though Soviet) won a game in SCF in 02.

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