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Postseason Individual Records

MOST CAREER PLAYOFF GAMES
104 – Scott Burt (Toledo; Idaho; Utah; Alaska)
102 – Chris Valicevic (Louisiana; Greensboro)
93 – Jay Murphy  (Louisiana; Richmond; Greensboro)
93 – Mathieu Aubin (Cincinnati, Bakersfield, Utah)
91 – Patrick Wellar (Alaska; Columbia; South Carolina; Reading; Utah)
MOST GOALS IN PLAYOFF CAREER
50 – Phil Berger, Charlotte; Greensboro, 1990-96
      – Jay Murphy,  Louisiana; Richmond; Greensboro, 1995-2003
39 – Rod Taylor, Hampton Roads; Richmond; Roanoke, 1992-2002
36 – Wes Goldie, Pee Dee; Victoria; Alaska, 2000-03, 2007-12
34 – Mike Scott, Atlantic City; Mississippi; Alaska, 2001-07
MOST GOALS, ONE PLAYOFF YEAR
17 – J.F. Boutin, Peoria (2000)
     – Blaine Moore, Richmond (1995)
16 – Mark Deazeley, Toledo (1994)
      – Rod Taylor, Hampton Roads (1992)
      – Dave Flanagan, Hampton Roads (1991)
MOST ASSISTS IN PLAYOFF CAREER
69 – John Spoltore, Louisiana, 1996-2001
67 – Phil Berger, Charlotte; Greensboro, 1990-96
60 – Chris Valicevic, Louisiana; Greensboro, 1994-2002
58 – Luke Curtin, Baton Rouge; Atlantic City; Fresno, 1998-2008
61 – Chad Costello, Colorado; Allen, 2013, 2015-17
MOST ASSISTS, ONE PLAYOFF YEAR
29 – Chad Costello, Allen (2016)
26 – John Spoltore, Louisiana (2000)
25 – Wayne Simpson, South Carolina (2015)
24 – David Desharnais, Cincinnati (2008)
23 – Brad Dexter, South Carolina (1997)
MOST ASSISTS, ONE GAME
7 – Tom Sasso, Johnstown vs. Knoxville, March 30, 1989
6 – Trevor Hanas, Peoria vs Louisiana, April 28, 1997
5 – Jacob Micflikier, Stockton vs. Las Vegas, April 20, 2008
    – John Spoltore, Louisiana vs. Greenville, May 10, 2000
    – Brendan Concannon, Pensacola vs. Louisiana, April 26, 1998
MOST POINTS PLAYOFF CAREER
117 – Phil Berger, Charlotte; Greensboro, 1990-96
101 – John Spolotre, Louisiana, 1996-2000
94 – Jay Murphy, Louisiana; Richmond; Greensboro, 1995-2003
83 – Chad Costello, Colorado; Allen, 2013, 2015-17
80 – Chris Valicevic, Louisiana; Greensboro, 1994-2002
MOST POINTS, ONE PLAYOFF YEAR
38 – Wayne Simpson, South Carolina (2015)
36 – Chad Costello, Allen (2016)
34 – Andrew Rowe, South Carolina (2015)
     – John Spoltore, Louisiana (2000)
     – Blaine Moore, Richmond (1995)
33 – David Desharnais, Cincinnati (2008)
MOST POINTS, ONE GAME
7 – Blaine Moore, Richmond vs. Columbus, March 24, 1995
   – Tom Sasso, Johnstown vs. Knoxville, March 30, 1989
6 – several players, most recent:
       Jacob Micflikier, Stockton vs. Las Vegas, April 20, 2008
5 – several players, most recent:
        Chad Costello, Allen vs. Ontario, May 17, 2015
MOST PENALTY MINUTES, PLAYOFFS CAREER
502 – Trevor Senn, Winston-Salem; Wheeling; Greensboro; Richmond, 1992-97, 1999-2000
318 – Jay Murphy, Louisiana; Richmond; Greensboro, 1995-2002
283 – Brian Goudie, Hampton Roads; Pee Dee; Richmond; Florida, 1993-95; 1997-99; 2001; 2003
264 – Kam White, Chesapeake; Trenton; Atlantic City; Bakersfield, 1998-2004, 2006-07
258 – Lance Galbraith, Idaho; Utah; Alaska, 2004-05; 2007-10tw
MOST PENALTY MINUTES, ONE PLAYOFF YEAR
138 – Trevor Senn, Richmond (1995)
132 – Steve Plakson, Carolina (1989)
118 – Mike MacWilliam, Greensboro (1991)
MOST PENALTY MINUTES, ONE GAME
49 – Greg Spenrath, Erie vs. Toledo, March 22, 1993
      – Ron Aubrey, Toledo vs. Louisville, March 26, 1992
48 – George Zajankala, Dayton vs. Toledo, March 29, 1996
46 – Mike Butters, Greensboro vs. Roanoke Valley, March 20, 1992
MOST PLAYOFF GAMES BY GOALTENDER, CAREER
90 – Riley Gill, Kalamazoo; Reading; Allen, 201-17
80 – Nick Victucci, Carolina; Greensboro; Hampton Roads; Toledo; Charlotte; Greenville, 1989-93; 1995-98; 2000
48 – Gerald Coleman, Trenton; Alaska, 2009-14
43 – Olivier Roy, Stockton; Alaska; Idaho, 2012-15
42 – Dave Gagnon, Hampton Roads; Roanoke; Toledo, 1991; 1994; 1997-2001
MOST PLAYOFF MINUTES PLAYED BY GOALTENDER, CAREER
5,095 – Riley Gill, Kalamazoo; Reading; Allen, 2010-17
4,841 – Nick Victucci, Carolina; Greensboro; Hampton Roads; Toledo; Charlotte; Greenville, 1989-93; 1995-98; 2000
2,906 – Gerald Coleman, Trenton; Alaska, 2009-14
2,527 – Dave Gagnon, Hampton Roads; Roanoke; Toledo, 1991; 1994; 1997-2001
2,483 – Olivier Roy, Stockton, Alaska, Idaho, 2012-15
MOST MINUTES PLAYED BY GOALTENDER, ONE PLAYOFF YEAR
1,679 – Jeff Jakaitis, South Carolina (2015)
1,493 – Rob Madore, Cincinnati (2014)
1,409 – Parker Milner, South Carolina (2017)
1,388 – Steve Silverthorn, Idaho (2007)
1,385 – Adam Berkhoel, Dayton (2007)
MOST PLAYOFF SHUTOUTS, ONE YEAR
5 – Maxime Gingras, Richmond (1999)
4 – Riley Gill, Reading (2013)
   – J.P. Lamoureux, Alaska (2009)
3 – 13 times, most recent: Parker Milner, South Carolina (2017)
MOST PLAYOFF WINS BY GOALTENDER, CAREER
53 – Riley Gill – Kalamazoo; Reading; Allen, 2010-17
43 – Nick Victucci, Carolina; Greensboro; Hampton Roads; Toledo; Charlotte; Greenville, 1989-93; 1995-98; 2000
31 – Gerald Coleman, Trenton; Alaska, 2009-14
27 – Dave Gagnon, Hampton Roads; Roanoke; Toledo, 1991; 1994; 1997-2001
24 – Scott Stirling, Trenton; Atlantic City; Fresno, 2001-04; 2007
MOST PLAYOFF WINS BY GOALTENDER, ONE YEAR
16 – Steve Silverthorn, Idaho (2007)
15 – Jeff Jakaitis, South Carolina (2015)
     – J.P. Lamoureux, Alaska (2009)
14 – Lukas Hafner, Colorado (2017)
      – Rob Madore, Cincinnati (2014)
     – Andrew Allen, Trenton (2005)
     – Travis Scott, Mississippi (1999)
     – Sebastien Charpentier, Hampton Roads (1998)
BEST GOALS-AGAINST AVERAGE, ONE PLAYOFF YEAR
1.08 – Joel Martin, Trenton (2007)
1.17 – Doug Teskey, Toledo (2003)
1.25 – Michael Ouzas, Las Vegas (2011)
1.33 – Gerald Coleman, Alaska (2014)
1.42 – Pat Nagle, Florida (2012)
MOST PLAYOFF SAVES BY GOALTENDER, ONE GAME
83 – Josh Robinson, Idaho vs. Colorado, April 28, 2014 (4 OT)
      – Brian Eklund, Pensacola at Louisiana, April 14, 2004 (3 OT)
78 – Andrew Allen, Jackson at Louisiana, Apri 5, 2002 (3 OT)
69 – Brett Abel, Columbus vs. Richmond, March 25, 1995 (2 OT)
67 – Travis Scott, Mississippi vs. Pee Dee, May 2, 1999 (3 OT)
MOST PLAYOFF SAVES BY GOALTENDER, ONE PERIOD
28 – Jeff Levy, Huntington vs. Dayton, March 24, 1995
26 – Logan Koopmans, Toledo vs. Gwinnett, May 8, 2006
25 – Evan Lindsay, Roanoke vs. Greensboro, April 4, 2003
      – Judd Lambert, Augusta vs. New Orleans, April 3, 2001
      – Brian Renfrew, Jacksonville vs. Toledo, April 20, 1996
LONGEST SHUTOUT SEQUENCE BY GOALTENDER, PLAYOFFS
199 minutes, 59 seconds – Travis Scott, Mississippi (1999)
  * 64:51 at Florida (April 22, 1999) – 2 OT)
  * 60:00 at Florida (April 24, 1999)
  * 60:00 at Pee Dee (May 1, 1999)
  * 15:08 at Pee Dee (May 2, 1999)