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NHL Stanley Cup History, Game Results and Past MVP's

A complete list of the Stanley Cup winners from 1911 up to the present. Also including a complete list of all runner ups and Conn Smyth award winners.



 

Year	Winning Team		Coach		Runner up		Coach		Games	Playoff MVP (Conn Smythe Trophy)

2013    Chicago Blackhawks      Joel Quenneville  Boston Bruins         Claude Julien   4-2     Patrick Kane, Chicago
2012	Los Angeles Kings	Darryl Sutter	New Jersey Devils	Peter DeBoer	4-2	Jonathan Quick, LA
2011	Boston Bruins		Claude Julien	Vancouver Canucks	Alain Vigneault	4-3	Tim Thomas, Bos
2010	Chicago Blackhawks	Joel Quenneville Philadelphia Flyers	Peter Laviolette 4-2	Jonathan Toews, Chi
2009	Pittsburgh Penguins	Dan Bylsma	Detroit Red Wings	Mike Babcock	4-3	Evgeni Malkin, Pit
2008	Detroit Red Wings	Mike Babcock	Pittsburgh Penguins	Michel Therrien	4-2	Henrik Zetterberg, Det
2007	Anaheim Ducks		Randy Carlyle	Ottawa Senators		Bryan Murray	4-1	Scott Niedermayer, Anaheim
2006	Carolina Hurricanes    Peter Laviolette	Edmonton Oilers		Craig MacTavish 4-3	Cam Ward, Carolina
2005	NHL Lockout					
2004	Tampa Bay Lightning	John Tortorella	Calgary Flames		Darryl Sutter	4-3	Brad Richards, Tampa Bay
2003	New Jersey Devils	Pat Burns	Mighty Ducks of Anaheim	Mike Babcock	4-3	Jean-Sebastien Giguere, Ducks
2002	Detroit Red Wings	Scotty Bowman	Carolina Hurricanes	Paul Maurice	4-1	Nicklas Lidstrom, Red Wings
2001	Colorado Avalanche	Bob Hartley	New Jersey Devils	Larry Robinson	4-3	Patrick Roy, Colorado
2000	New Jersey Devils	Larry Robinson	Dallas Stars		Ken Hitchcock	4-2	Scott Stevens, Devils
1999	Dallas Stars		Ken Hitchcock	Buffalo Sabres		Lindy Ruff	4-2	Joe Nieuwendyk, Stars
1998	Detroit Red Wings	Scotty Bowman	Washington Capitals	Ron Wilson	4-0	Steve Yzerman, Red Wings
1997	Detroit Red Wings	Scotty Bowman	Philadelphia Flyers	Terry Murray	4-0	Mike Vernon, Red Wings
1996	Colorado Avalanche	Marc Crawford	Florida Panthers	Doug MacLean	4-0	Joe Sakic, Colorado
1995	New Jersey Devils	Jacques Lemaire	Detroit Red Wings	Scotty Bowman	4-0	Claude Lemieux, Devils
1994	New York Rangers	Mike Keenan	Vancouver Canucks	Pat Quinn	4-3	Brian Leetch, Rangers
1993	Montreal Canadiens	Jacques Demers	Los Angeles Kings	Barry Melrose	4-1	Patrick Roy, Montreal
1992	Pittsburgh Penguins	Scotty Bowman	Chicago Blackhawks	Mike Keenan	4-0	Mario Lemieux, Pittsburgh
1991	Pittsburgh Penguins	Bob Johnson	Minnesota North Stars	Bob Gainey	4-2	Mario Lemieux, Pittsburgh
1990	Edmonton Oilers		John Muckler	Boston Bruins		Mike Milbury	4-1	Bill Ranford, Edmonton
1989	Calgary Flames		Terry Crisp	Montreal Canadiens	Pat Burns	4-2	Al MacInnis, Calgary
1988	Edmonton Oilers		Glen Sather	Boston Bruins		Terry O'Reilly	4-0	Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton
1987	Edmonton Oilers		Glen Sather	Philadelphia Flyers	Mike Keenan	4-3	Ron Hextall, Flyers
1986	Montreal Canadiens	Jean Perron	Calgary Flames		Bob Johnson	4-1	Patrick Roy, Montreal
1985	Edmonton Oilers		Glen Sather	Philadelphia Fyers	Mike Keenan	4-1	Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton
1984	Edmonton Oilers		Glen Sather	New York Islanders	Al Arbour	4-1	Mark Messier, Edmonton
1983	New York Islanders	Al Arbour	Edmonton Oilers		Glen Sather	4-0	Billy Smith, Islanders
1982	New York Islanders	Al Arbour	Vancouver Canucks	Roger Neilson	4-0	Mike Bossy, Islanders
1981	New York Islanders	Al Arbour	Minnesota North Stars	Glen Sonmor	4-1	Butch Goring, Islanders
1980	New York Islanders	Al Arbour	Philadelphia Flyers	Pat Quinn	4-2	Bryan Trottier, Islanders
1979	Montreal Canadiens	Scotty Bowman	New York Rangers	Fred Shero	4-1	Bob Gainey, Montreal
1978	Montreal Canadiens	Scotty Bowman	Boston Bruins		Don Cherry	4-2	Larry Robinson, Montreal
1977	Montreal Canadiens	Scotty Bowman	Boston Bruins		Don Cherry	4-0	Guy Lafleur, Montreal
1976	Montreal Canadiens	Scotty Bowman	Philadelphia Flyers	Fred Shero	4-0	Reggie Leach, Flyers
1975	Philadelphia Flyers	Fred Shero	Buffalo Sabres		Floyd Smith	4-2	Bernie Parent, Flyers
1974	Philadelphia Flyers	Fred Shero	Boston Bruins		A. 'Bep' Guidolin  4-2	Bernie Parent, Flyers
1973	Montreal Canadiens	Scotty Bowman	Chicago Blackhawks	Billy Reay	4-2	Yvan Cournoyer, Montreal
1972	Boston Bruins		Tom Johnson	New York Rangers	Emile Francis	4-2	Bobby Orr, Bruins
1971	Montreal Canadiens	Al MacNeil	Chicago Blackhawks	Billy Reay	4-3	Ken Dryden, Montreal
1970	Boston Bruins		Harry Sinden	St. Louis Blues		Scotty Bowman	4-0	Bobby Orr, Bruins
1969	Montreal Canadiens	Claude Ruel	St. Louis Blues		Scotty Bowman	4-0	Serge Savard, Montreal

Year	Winning Team		Coach			Runner up		Coach		Games	Playoff MVP (Conn Smythe Trophy)

1968	Montreal Canadiens	Hector 'Toe' Blake	St. Louis Blues		Scotty Bowman	4-0	Glenn Hall, Blues
1967	Toronto Maple Leafs	G. 'Punch' Imlach	Montreal Canadiens	Hector Toe Blake4-2	Dave Keon, Maple Leafs
1966	Montreal Canadiens	Hector 'Toe' Blake	Detroit Red Wings	Sid Abel	4-2	Roger Crozier, Red Wings
1965	Montreal Canadiens	Hector 'Toe' Blake	Chicago Blackhawks	Billy Reay	4-3	Jean Beliveau, Montreal
1964	Toronto Maple Leafs	G. 'Punch' Imlach	Detroit Red Wings	Sid Abel	4-3	
1963	Toronto Maple Leafs	G. 'Punch' Imlach	Detroit Red Wings	Sid Abel	4-1	
1962	Toronto Maple Leafs	G. 'Punch' Imlach	Chicago Blackhawks	Rudy Pilous	4-2	
1961	Chicago Blackhawks	Rudy Pilous		Detroit Red Wings	Sid Abel	4-2	
1960	Montreal Canadiens	Hector 'Toe' Blake	Toronto Maple Leafs	G Punch Imlach	4-0	
1959	Montreal Canadiens	Hector 'Toe' Blake	Toronto Maple Leafs	G Punch Imlach	4-1
1958	Montreal Canadiens	Hector 'Toe' Blake	Boston Bruins		Milt Schmidt	4-2
1957	Montreal Canadiens	Hector 'Toe' Blake	Boston Bruins		Milt Schmidt	4-1
1956	Montreal Canadiens	Hector 'Toe' Blake	Detroit Red Wings	Jimmy Skinner	4-1
1955	Detroit Red Wings	Jimmy Skinner		Montreal Canadiens	Dick Irvin	4-3
1954	Detroit Red Wings	Tommy Ivan		Montreal Canadiens	Dick Irvin	4-3
1953	Montreal Canadiens	Dick Irvin		Boston Bruins		Lynn Patrick	4-1
1952	Detroit Red Wings	Tommy Ivan		Montreal Canadiens	Dick Irvin	4-0
1951	Toronto Maple Leafs	Joe Primeau		Montreal Canadiens	Dick Irvin	4-1
1950	Detroit Red Wings	Tommy Ivan		New York Rangers	Lynn Patrick	4-3
1949	Toronto Maple Leafs	Clarence 'Hap' Day	Detroit Red Wings	Tommy Ivan	4-0
1948	Toronto Maple Leafs	Clarence 'Hap' Day	Detroit Red Wings	Tommy Ivan	4-0
1947	Toronto Maple Leafs	Clarence 'Hap' Day	Montreal Canadiens	Dick Irvin	4-2
1946	Montreal Canadiens	Dick Irvin		Boston Bruins		A. Dit Clapper	4-1
1945	Toronto Maple Leafs	Clarence 'Hap' Day	Detroit Red Wings	Jack Adams	4-3
1944	Montreal Canadiens	Dick Irvin		Chicago Blackhawks	Paul Thompson	4-0
1943	Detroit Red Wings	Jack Adams		Boston Bruins		Art Ross	4-0	
1942	Toronto Maple Leafs	Clarence 'Hap' Day	Detroit Red Wings	Jack Adams	4-3	
1941	Boston Bruins		R. 'Cooney' Weiland	Detroit Red Wings	Ebbie Goodfellow4-0	
1940	New York Rangers	Frank Boucher		Toronto Maple Leafs	Dick Irvin	4-2	
1939	Boston Bruins		Art Ross		Toronto Maple Leafs	Dick Irvin	4-1	
1938	Chicago Blackhawks	Bill Stewart		Toronto Maple Leafs	Dick Irvin	3-1	
1937	Detroit Red Wings	Jack Adams		New York Rangers	Lester Patrick	3-2	
1936	Detroit Red Wings	Jack Adams		Toronto Maple Leafs	Dick Irvin	3-1	
1935	Montreal Maroons	Tommy Gorman		Toronto Maple Leafs	Dick Irvin	3-0	
1934	Chicago Black Hawks	Tommy Gorman		Detroit Red Wings	Jack Adams	3-1	
1933	New York Rangers	Lester Patrick		Toronto Maple Leafs	Dick Irvin	3-1	
1932	Toronto Maple Leafs	Dick Irvin		New York Rangers	Lester Patrick	3-0	
1931	Montreal Canadiens	Cecil Hart		Chicago Black Hawks	Dick Irvin	3-2	
1930	Montreal Canadiens	Cecil Hart		Boston Bruins		Art Ross	2-0	
1929	Boston Bruins		Cy Denneny		New York Rangers	Lester Patrick	2-0	
1928	New York Rangers	Lester Patrick		Montreal Maroons	Eddie Gerard	3-2	
1927	Ottawa Senators		Dave Gill		Boston Bruins		Art Ross	2-0-2	
	NHL officially takes control of the Stanley Cup starting in 1927					
1926	Montreal Maroons	Eddie Gerard		Victoria Cougars	Lester Patrick	3-1	
1925	Victoria Cougars	Lester Patrick		Montreal Canadiens	Leo Dandurand	3-1	
1924	Montreal Canadiens	Leo Dandurand		Calgary Tigers / Vancouver Maroons	2-0	
1923	Ottawa Senators		Pete Green		Edmonton Eskimos / Vancouver Maroons	3-1	
1922	Toronto St. Pats	George O'Donoghue	Vancouver Millionaires	Lloyd Cook/Frank Patrick	3-2	
1921	Ottawa Senators		Pete Green		Vancouver Millionaires	Lloyd Cook/Frank Patrick	3-2	
1920	Ottawa Senators		Pete Green		Seattle Metropolitans	Pete Muldoon	3-2	
1919	No decision due to flu epidemic					
1918	Toronto Arenas		Dick Carroll		Vancouver Millionaires	Frank Patrick		
1917	Seattle Metropolitans	Pete Muldoon		Montreal Canadiens	Newsy Lalonde		
1916	Montreal Canadiens	Newsy Lalonde		Portland Rosebuds			
1915	Vancouver Millionaires	Frank Patrick		Ottawa Senators			
1914	Toronto Blueshirts	Scotty Davidson		Victoria Cougars / Montreal Canadiens			
1913	Quebec Bulldogs		Joe Malone		Sydney Miners			
1912	Quebec Bulldogs		Mike Quinn		Moncton Victories			
1911	Ottawa Senators		Bruce Stuart		Port Arthur Bearcats / Galt			
   

Notes: Conn Smythe Trophy does not necessarily go to a player on the Stanley Cup Winning team. Voting is done during the 2nd intermission of a deciding game. If that game ends up not ending the Stanley Cup, voting is scratched and started over in the next deciding game.

The Stanley Cup is the oldest trophy in all professional sports in North America. The first cup, called the Dominion Hockey Challenge Cup, was first awarded in 1893. The current look of the trophy was designed in 1947 by engraver Carl Petersen. Rings are added to the bottom of the trophy as the trophy fills up. All the names of the players on the championship team are engraved on the rings of the trophy.

NHL Stanley Cup Winners, NHL Conn Smythe Results and NHL Chapionship Game Results provided by ChampionshipHistory.com

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