NHL Conference Finals - Team Totals

Team Totals

Detroit Red Wings 10 6 60% 4 66.7% 2009 4 2
Edmonton Oilers 9 7 77.8% 5 71.4% 2006 3 3
Philadelphia Flyers 9 4 44.4% 2 50% 2010 - -
Chicago Blackhawks 9 2 22.2% 1 50% 2010 2 -
Colorado Avalanche 8 2 25% 2 100% 2002 4 -
New Jersey Devils 7 5 71.4% 3 75% 2012 2 2
Pittsburgh Penguins 6 4 66.7% 3 75% 2009 2 2
Boston Bruins 6 3 50% 1 33.3% 2011 3 -
Dallas Stars 6 3 50% 1 33.3% 2008 3 2
Montreal Canadiens 6 3 50% 2 66.7% 2010 2 -
New York Islanders 4 3 75% 2 66.7% 1993 3 3
Buffalo Sabres 4 1 25% 0 0% 2007 2 -
New York Rangers 4 1 25% 1 100% 2012 - -
Toronto Maple Leafs 4 0 0% 0 0% 2002 2 -
Calgary Flames 3 3 100% 1 33.3% 2004 - -
Vancouver Canucks 3 3 100% 0 0% 2011 - -
Anaheim Ducks 3 2 66.7% 1 50% 2007 2 -
Carolina Hurricanes 3 2 66.7% 1 50% 2009 - -
San Jose Sharks 3 0 0% 0 0% 2011 2 -
Los Angeles Kings 2 2 100% 1 50% 2012 - -
Ottawa Senators 2 1 50% 0 0% 2007 - -
Tampa Bay Lightning 2 1 50% 1 100% 2011 - -
Washington Capitals 2 1 50% 0 0% 1998 - -
St. Louis Blues 2 0 0% 0 0% 2001 - -
Florida Panthers 1 1 100% 0 0% 1996 - -
Minnesota Wild 1 0 0% 0 0% 2003 - -
Phoenix Coyotes 1 0 0% 0 0% 2012 - -

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