There have been 17 players who scored an overtime goal to win the Stanley Cup. Only two have waited longer than Kings defenseman Alec Martinez.
Martinez’s series-winning goal in a 3-2 victory over the New York Rangers came 14 minutes 34 seconds into the second overtime
Uwe Krupp scored 4:31 into the third overtime to give Colorado a 1-0 victory over Florida in 1996.
Topping the list is Brett Hull, who scored 14:51 into the third overtime to beat Buffalo, 2-1, in 1999. Of course, there are many Sabres fans — well, all of them — who claim to this day claim that Hull was in the goaltender crease (something illegal that season).
Here are the top six Stanley Cup-winning overtime goal scorers, ranked in order of total game time:
—Brett Hull (Dallas) at Buffalo, 114:51, 1999
—Uwe Krupp (Colorado) at Florida 104:31, 1996
—Alec Martinez (Kings) vs. New York Rangers, 94:34, 2014
—Mush March (Chicago) vs. Detroit, 90:05, 1934
—Pete Babando (Detroit) vs. Rangers, 88:31, 1950
—Jason Arnott (New Jersey) at Dallas, 88:20, 2000