Most penalty minutes/fights in a Playoff Series?

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    I recently read that the first round of the 1988 playoff series between Boston and Buffalo had 592 penalty minutes. And then I started to wonder which playoff series had the most fights/penalty minutes in NHL history?
     
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    FEWEST PENALTIES, BOTH TEAMS,BEST-OF-SEVEN SERIES
    19 – Detroit Red Wings (10), Toronto Maple
    Leafs (9) in 1945 F. Detroit received 10 minors,
    Toronto received 9 minors. Toronto won series
    4-3.
    FEWEST PENALTIES, ONE TEAM,
    BEST-OF-SEVEN SERIES
    9 – Toronto Maple Leafs in 1945 F vs. Detroit.
    Toronto received 9 minors. Toronto won series
    4-3.
    MOST PENALTIES, BOTH TEAMS, ONE SERIES
    218 – New Jersey Devils (118), Washington
    Capitals (100) in 1988 DF. New Jersey received
    97 minors, 11 majors, 9 misconducts and 1
    match penalty. Washington received 80 minors,
    11 majors, 8 misconducts and 1 match penalty.
    New Jersey won series 4-3.
    MOST PENALTY MINUTES, BOTH TEAMS,
    ONE SERIES
    654 – New Jersey Devils (349), Washington
    Capitals (305) in 1988 DF. New Jersey won
    series 4-3.
    MOST PENALTIES, ONE TEAM, ONE SERIES
    118 – New Jersey Devils in 1988 DF vs.
    Washington. New Jersey received 97 minors,
    11 majors, 9 misconducts and 1 match penalty.
    New Jersey won series 4-3.
    MOST PENALTY MINUTES, ONE TEAM,
    ONE SERIES
    349 – New Jersey Devils in 1988 DF vs.
    Washington. New Jersey won series 4-3.
    MOST PENALTIES, BOTH TEAMS, ONE GAME
    66 – Detroit Red Wings (33), St. Louis Blues (33),
    April 12, 1991, at St. Louis. St. Louis won 6-1.
    63 – Minnesota North Stars (34), Chicago
    Blackhawks (29), April 6, 1990, at Chicago.
    Chicago won 5-3.
    62 – New Jersey Devils (32), Washington Capitals
    (30), April 22, 1988, at New Jersey.
    New Jersey won 10-4.
    MOST PENALTY MINUTES, BOTH TEAMS,
    ONE GAME
    298 – Detroit Red Wings (152), St. Louis Blues
    (146), April 12, 1991, at St. Louis. Detroit and
    St Louis each received 33 penalties. St. Louis
    won 6-1.
    267 – New York Rangers (142), Los Angeles Kings
    (125), April 9, 1981, at Los Angeles.
    NY Rangers received 31 penalties; Los Angeles
    received 28 penalties. Los Angeles won 5-4.
    MOST PENALTIES, ONE TEAM, ONE GAME
    34 – Minnesota North Stars, April 6, 1990, at
    Chicago. Chicago won 5-3.
    33 – Detroit Red Wings, April 12,1991, at St. Louis.
    St. Louis won 6-1.
    – St. Louis Blues, April 12, 1991, at St. Louis vs.
    Detroit. St. Louis won 6-1.
    MOST PENALTY MINUTES, ONE TEAM,
    ONE GAME
    152 – Detroit Red Wings, April 12, 1991, at
    St. Louis. St. Louis won 6-1.
    146 – St. Louis Blues, April 12, 1991, at St. Louis vs.
    Detroit. St. Louis won 6-1.
    142 – New York Rangers, April 9, 1981, at
    Los Angeles. Los Angeles won 5-4.
    MOST PENALTIES, BOTH TEAMS, ONE PERIOD
    43 – New York Rangers (24), Los Angeles Kings
    (19), April 9, 1981, first period at Los Angeles,
    Los Angeles won 5-4.
    MOST PENALTY MINUTES, BOTH TEAMS,
    ONE PERIOD
    248 – New York Islanders (124), Boston Bruins
    (124), April 17, 1980, first period at Boston.
    NY Islanders won 5-4.
    MOST PENALTIES, ONE TEAM, ONE PERIOD
    24 – New York Rangers, April 9, 1981, first period
    at Los Angeles. Los Angeles won 5-4.
    MOST PENALTY MINUTES, ONE TEAM,
    ONE PERIOD
    125 – New York Rangers, April 9, 1981, first period
    at Los Angeles. Los Angeles won 5-4.
     

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