Brayden Point fell short of an NHL record Friday

 

Brayden Point fell short of an NHL record Friday when the Tampa Bay Lightning forward did not score a goal in a 10th straight Stanley Cup Playoff game.

Playing in a 1-0 win against the New York Islanders in Game 7 of the Stanley Glass Semifinals, Point failed to match Philadelphia Flyers ahead Reggie Leach, who scored an objective in 10 directly playoff games in 1976.

Point leads the playoffs with 14 goals and has scored 19 points in 18 online games. Leach obtained 24 points (19 goals, five assists) in 16 video games in and is definitely tied with Jari Kurri for the most goals in a postseason; Kurri scored 19 with the Edmonton Oilers in 1985.

Stage led last postseason with 14 goals in 23 games to help the Lightning earn the Stanley Cup. He has have scored 36 goals and 70 factors in 62 NHL postseason online games and can be second in Tampa Bay history in playoff goals, five behind teammate Nikita Kucherov, who has scored 41 in 123 video games.

Leach scored six goals in seven games for the Flyers against the Toronto Maple Leafs in the 1976 NHL Quarterfinals, and nine goals in five online games against the Boston Bruins in the Semifinals, including a record-tying five in a 6-3 win in Game 5 that eliminated Boston. He obtained four goals in four video games against the Montreal Canadiens, who swept the Flyers in the Glass Final. Leach earned the Conn Smythe Trophy voted as the most valuable player of the playoffs.

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