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NHL Stanley Cup Winners Statistics

NHL Stanley Cup Statistics
Year Winning Team Losing Team Games Winning Goal
1927 Ottawa Senators  Boston Bruins  2–0–2 Cy Denneny (7:30, second)
1928 New York Rangers  Montreal Maroons  3–2 Frank Boucher (3:35, third)
1929 Boston Bruins  New York Rangers  2–0 Bill Carson (18:02, third)
1930 Montreal Canadiens Boston Bruins  2–0 Howie Morenz (1:00, second)
1931 Montreal Canadiens Chicago Black Hawks  3–2 Johnny Gagnon (9:59, second)
1932 Toronto Maple Leafs New York Rangers  3–0 Ace Bailey (15:07, third)
1933 New York Rangers  Toronto Maple Leafs  3–1 Bill Cook (7:34, OT)
1934 Chicago Black Hawks Detroit Red Wings  3–1 Mush March (10:05, second OT)
1935 Montreal Maroons  Toronto Maple Leafs  3–0 Baldy Northcott (16:18, second)
1936 Detroit Red Wings  Toronto Maple Leafs  3–1 Pete Kelly (9:45, third)
1937 Detroit Red Wings  New York Rangers  3–2 Marty Barry (19:22, first)
1938 Chicago Black Hawks Toronto Maple Leafs  3–1 Carl Voss (16:45, second)
1939 Boston Bruins Toronto Maple Leafs 4–1 Roy Conacher (17:54, second)
1940 New York Rangers Toronto Maple Leafs 4–2 Bryan Hextall (2:07, OT)
1941 Boston Bruins Detroit Red Wings 4–0 Bobby Bauer (8:43, second)
1942 Toronto Maple Leafs Detroit Red Wings 4–3 Pete Langelle (9:48, third)
1943 Detroit Red Wings Boston Bruins 4–0 Joe Carveth (12:09, first)
1944 Montreal Canadiens Chicago Black Hawks 4–0 Toe Blake (9:12, OT)
1945 Toronto Maple Leafs Detroit Red Wings 4–3 Babe Pratt (12:14, third)
1946 Montreal Canadiens Boston Bruins 4–1 Toe Blake (11:06, third)
1947 Toronto Maple Leafs Montreal Canadiens 4–2 Ted Kennedy (14:39, third)
1948 Toronto Maple Leafs Detroit Red Wings 4–0 Harry Watson (11:13, first)
1949 Toronto Maple Leafs Detroit Red Wings 4–0 Cal Gardner (19:45, second)
1950 Detroit Red Wings New York Rangers 4–3 Pete Babando (8:31, second OT)
1951 Toronto Maple Leafs Montreal Canadiens 4–1 Bill Barilko (2:53, OT)
1952 Detroit Red Wings Montreal Canadiens 4–0 Metro Prystai (6:50, first)
1953 Montreal Canadiens Boston Bruins 4–1 Elmer Lach (1:22, OT)
1954 Detroit Red Wings Montreal Canadiens 4–3 Tony Leswick (4:20, OT)
1955 Detroit Red Wings Montreal Canadiens 4–3 Gordie Howe (19:49, second)
1956 Montreal Canadiens Detroit Red Wings 4–1 Maurice Richard (15:08, second)
1957 Montreal Canadiens Boston Bruins 4–1 Dickie Moore (0:14, second)
1958 Montreal Canadiens Boston Bruins 4–2 Bernie Geoffrion (19:26, second)
1959 Montreal Canadiens Toronto Maple Leafs 4–1 Marcel Bonin (9:55, second)
1960 Montreal Canadiens Toronto Maple Leafs 4–0 Jean Beliveau (8:16, first)
1961 Chicago Black Hawks Detroit Red Wings 4–2 Ab McDonald (18:49, second)
1962 Toronto Maple Leafs Chicago Black Hawks 4–2 Dick Duff (14:14, third)
1963 Toronto Maple Leafs Detroit Red Wings 4–1 Eddie Shack (13:28, third)
1964 Toronto Maple Leafs Detroit Red Wings 4–3 Andy Bathgate (3:04, first)
1965 Montreal Canadiens Chicago Black Hawks 4–3 Jean Beliveau (0:14, first)
1966 Montreal Canadiens Detroit Red Wings 4–2 Henri Richard (2:20, OT)
1967 Toronto Maple Leafs Montreal Canadiens 4–2 Jim Pappin (19:24, second)
1968 Montreal Canadiens St. Louis Blues  4–0 J. C. Tremblay (11:40, third)
1969 Montreal Canadiens St. Louis Blues  4–0 John Ferguson (3:02, third)
1970 Boston Bruins St. Louis Blues  4–0 Bobby Orr (0:40, OT)
1971 Montreal Canadiens Chicago Black Hawks  4–3 Henri Richard (2:34, third)
1972 Boston Bruins New York 4–2 Bobby Orr (11:18, first)
1973 Montreal Canadiens Chicago Black Hawks  4–2 Yvan Cournoyer (8:13, third)
1974 Philadelphia Flyers Boston Bruins 4–2 Rick MacLeish (14:48, first)
1975 Philadelphia Flyers Buffalo Sabres  4–2 Bob Kelly (0:11, third)
1976 Montreal Canadiens Philadelphia Flyers  4–0 Guy Lafleur (14:18, third)
1977 Montreal Canadiens Boston Bruins  4–0 Jacques Lemaire (4:32, OT)
1978 Montreal Canadiens Boston Bruins  4–2 Mario Tremblay (9:20, first)
1979 Montreal Canadiens New York Rangers 4–1 Jacques Lemaire (1:02, second)
1980 New York Islanders Philadelphia Flyers  4–2 Bob Nystrom (7:11, OT)
1981 New York Islanders Minnesota North Stars 4–1 Wayne Merrick (5:37, first)
1982 New York Islanders Vancouver Canucks  4–0 Mike Bossy (5:00, second)
1983 New York Islanders Edmonton Oilers  4–0 Mike Bossy (12:39, first)
1984 Edmonton Oilers  New York Islanders  4–1 Ken Linseman (0:38, second)
1985 Edmonton Oilers  Philadelphia Flyers  4–1 Paul Coffey (17:57, first)
1986 Montreal Canadiens Calgary Flames  4–1 Bobby Smith (10:30, third)
1987 Edmonton Oilers  Philadelphia Flyers  4–3 Jari Kurri (14:59, second)
1988 Edmonton Oilers  Boston Bruins  4–0 Wayne Gretzky (9:44, second)
1989 Calgary Flames  Montreal Canadiens  4–2 Doug Gilmour (11:02, third)
1990 Edmonton Oilers  Boston Bruins  4–1 Craig Simpson (9:31, second)
1991 Pittsburgh Penguins Minnesota North Stars  4–2 Ulf Samuelsson (2:00, first)
1992 Pittsburgh Penguins Chicago Blackhawks  4–0 Ron Francis (7:59, third)
1993 Montreal Canadiens Los Angeles Kings  4–1 Kirk Muller (3:51, second)
1994 New York Rangers Vancouver Canucks  4–3 Mark Messier (13:29, second)
1995 New Jersey Devils  Detroit Red Wings  4–0 Neal Broten (7:56, second)
1996 Colorado Avalanche Florida Panthers  4–0 Uwe Krupp (4:31, third OT)
1997 Detroit Red Wings Philadelphia Flyers  4–0 Darren McCarty (13:02, second)
1998 Detroit Red Wings Washington Capitals  4–0 Martin Lapointe (2:26, second)
1999 Dallas Stars  Buffalo Sabres  4–2 Brett Hull (14:51, third OT)
2000 New Jersey Devils  Dallas Stars  4–2 Jason Arnott (8:20, second OT)
2001 Colorado Avalanche New Jersey Devils  4–3 Alex Tanguay (4:57, second)
2002 Detroit Red Wings Carolina Hurricanes  4–1 Brendan Shanahan (14:04, second)
2003 New Jersey Devils  Mighty Ducks of Anaheim 4–3 Michael Rupp (2:22, second)
2004 Tampa Bay Lightning Calgary Flames  4–3 Ruslan Fedotenko (14:38, second)
2005 Season cancelled due to 2004–05 NHL lockout
2006 Carolina Hurricanes Edmonton Oilers  4–3 Frantisek Kaberle (4:18, second)
2007 Anaheim Ducks  Ottawa Senators  4–1 Travis Moen (15:44, second)
2008 Detroit Red Wings Pittsburgh Penguins  4–2 Henrik Zetterberg (7:36, third)
2009 Pittsburgh Penguins Detroit Red Wings  4–3 Maxime Talbot (10:07, second)
2010 Chicago Blackhawks Philadelphia Flyers  4–2 Patrick Kane (4:06, OT)
2011 Boston Bruins  Vancouver Canucks  4–3 Patrice Bergeron (14:37, first)
2012 Los Angeles Kings New Jersey Devils  4–2 Jeff Carter (12:45, first)
2013 Chicago Blackhawks Boston Bruins 4-2 Dave Bolland (19:01, third)
2014 Los Angeles Kings New York Rangers 4-1 Alec Martinez (14:43, second OT)
2015 Chicago Blackhawks Tampa Bay Lightning 4-2 Duncan Keith (17:13, second)
Total Team Wins Losses Win %
34 Montreal Canadiens 24 9 .727
24 Detroit Red Wings 11 13 .458
21 Toronto Maple Leafs 13 8 .619
19 Boston Bruins 6 13 .316
13 Chicago Blackhawks 6 7 .462
11 New York Rangers 4 7 .363
8 Philadelphia Flyers 2 6 .250
7 Edmonton Oilers 5 2 .714
5 New York Islanders 4 1 .800
5 New Jersey Devils 3 2 .600
4 Pittsburgh Penguins 3 1 .750
4 Dallas Stars 1 3 .250
3 Calgary Flames 1 2 .333
3 St. Louis Blues 0 3 .000
3 Vancouver Canucks 0 3 .000
2 Colorado Avalanche 2 0 1.000
2 Anaheim Ducks  1 1 .500
2 Carolina Hurricanes 1 1 .500
3 Los Angeles Kings 2 1 .667
2 Buffalo Sabres 0 2 .000
2 Tampa Bay Lightning 1 1 .500
1 Florida Panthers 0 1 .000
1 Ottawa Senators 0 1 .000
1 Washington Capitals 0 1 .000
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The Stanley Cup is a trophy awarded annually to the playoff champion club of the National Hockey League (NHL) ice hockey league. It was donated by the Governor General of Canada Lord Stanley of Preston in 1892, and is the oldest professional sports trophy in North America.

Statistic Verification
Source: National Hockey League NHL
Research Date: September 5th, 2015

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