Here are SI's choices for the best money players in the postseason.
C Wayne Gretzky
Won four Stanley Cups in five years ('84, '85, '87, '88) with the Oilers; holds playoff records for most career (122) and game-winning goals (24) and assists (260).
LW Bobby Hull
The Golden Jet led postseason goal scorers three times ('62, '63, '65) and playoff point-getters once ('65); won the Stanley Cup in '61 with the Blackhawks.
RW Maurice (Rocket) Richard
Dominated finals during Canadiens' heyday (eight Cups, including five in a row from '56 to '60); 34 goals, three of them in OT, are league finals records.
D Bobby Orr
Two-time playoff MVP for Boston; famously scored the Stanley Cup-winning goal in 70 while flying through the air; won a second Cup two years later.
D Red Kelly
Physical blueliner was also a superb puck mover; eight Stanley Cup victories (four each with Red Wings and Maple Leafs), the most by a non-Canadien.
G Patrick Roy
More postseason wins (148) and shutouts (22) than any other netminder; record in overtime was 40-16; won two Cups with Canadiens and two with Avalanche.