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1940 Stanley Cup Finals
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The 1940 Stanley Cup Finals was a best-of-seven series between the New York Rangers and the Toronto Maple Leafs. New York would win the series 4–2 to win their third Stanley Cup. The Rangers would not win another for 54 years.

Paths to the Finals

New York defeated the Boston Bruins in a best-of-seven 4–2 to advance to the finals. The Maple Leafs had to play two best-of three series; winning 2–0 against the Chicago Black Hawks, and 2–0 against the Detroit Red Wings.

Game summaries

The final series between the Rangers and the Maple Leafs was an exciting one that went back and forth with three overtime games. The Rangers took the first two at home and the Leafs took the next two in Toronto.The circus forced the Rangers to vacate Madison Square Garden after the first two games. The Rangers would score three game-winning goals in overtime including the Cup winner. Lynn and Murray Patrick played for the Rangers to be the third and fourth members of the Patrick family to win the Stanley Cup.{{NHLPlayoffs|team1=Toronto Maple Leafs|team2=New York Rangers|stadium1=Madison Square Garden III|stadium2=Maple Leaf Gardens|date1 =April 2|home1 =1|score1 =1–2|ot1 =1|won1 =2|recap1 =www.nhl.com/gamecenter/tor-vs-nyr/1940/04/02/1939030211#game=1939030211,game_state=final|1-1-1 =Red Heron (2) - 11:01|1-1-2 =9:09 - pp - Art Coulter (1)|1-2-1 =No scoring|1-2-2 =No scoring|1-3-1 =No scoring|1-3-2 =No scoring|1-4-1 =No scoring|1-4-2 =15:30 - Alf Pike (2)|goalie1-1 =Turk Broda|goalie1-2 =Dave Kerr|date2 =April 3|home2 =1|score2 =2–6|won2 =2|recap2 =www.nhl.com/gamecenter/tor-vs-nyr/1940/04/03/1939030212#game=1939030212,game_state=finalBilly Taylor (ice hockey b. 1919)>Billy Taylor (1) - 5:01Hank Goldup (4) - 6:01|2-1-2 =15:14 - Bryan Hextall|2-2-1 =No scoring|2-2-2 =3:57 - Babe Pratt (3)19:48 - pp - Bryan Hextall (2)|2-3-1 =No scoring|2-3-2 =6:26 - Bryan Hextall (3)12:21 - pp - Dutch Hiller (2)13:09 - pp - Lynn Patrick (2)|goalie2-1 =Turk Broda|goalie2-2 =Dave Kerr|date3 =April 6|home3 =2|score3 =1–2|won3 =1|recap3 =www.nhl.com/gamecenter/nyr-vs-tor/1940/04/06/1939030213#game=1939030213,game_state=final|3-1-1 =No scoring|3-1-2 =Phil Watson (3) - 18:19|3-2-1 =No scoring|3-2-2 =No scoring|3-3-1 =10:32 - Gordie Drillon (2)13:40 - Hank Goldup (5)|3-3-2 =No scoring|goalie3-1 =Turk Broda|goalie3-2 =Dave Kerr|date4 =April 9|home4 =2|score4 =0–3|won4 =1|recap4 =www.nhl.com/gamecenter/nyr-vs-tor/1940/04/09/1939030214#game=1939030214,game_state=final|4-1-1 =19:20 - Gus Marker (1)|4-1-2 =No scoring|4-2-1 =No scoring|4-2-2 =No scoring|4-3-1 =16:03 - Wally Stanowski (1)19:26 - Gordie Drillon (3)|4-3-2 =No scoring|goalie4-1 =Turk Broda|goalie4-2 =Dave Kerr|date5 =April 11|home5 =2|score5 =2–1|ot5 =2|won5 =2|recap5 =www.nhl.com/gamecenter/nyr-vs-tor/1940/04/11/1939030215#game=1939030215,game_state=final|5-1-1 =No scoring|5-1-2 =Neil Colville (1) - 12:21|5-2-1 =16:55 - Syl Apps (4)|5-2-2 =No scoring|5-3-1 =No scoring|5-3-2 =No scoring|5-4-1 =No scoring|5-4-2 =Muzz Patrick (3) - 11:43|goalie5-1 =Turk Broda|goalie5-2 =Dave Kerr|date6 =April 13|home6 =2|score6 =3–2|ot6 =1|won6 =2|recap6 =www.nhl.com/gamecenter/nyr-vs-tor/1940/04/13/1939030216#game=1939030216,game_state=final|6-1-1 =6:52 - Syl Apps (5)|6-1-2 =No scoring|6-2-1 =4:51 - Nick Metz (1)|6-2-2 =No scoring|6-3-1 =No scoring|6-3-2 =Neil Colville (2) - 8:08Alf Pike (3) - 10:01|6-4-1 =No scoring|6-4-2 =Bryan Hextall (4) - 2:07|goalie6-1 =Turk Broda|goalie6-2 =Dave Kerr|series =New York won series 4–2}}

New York Rangers 1940 Stanley Cup champions

{{Stanley Cup champion|goaltenders=*1 Dave Kerr |defence=*2 Art Coulter (Captain) a Missing from the Stanley Cup, but qualified to be on it.
  • Frank Boucher was 6th NHL rookie coach to win the Stanley Cup.
  • Lester Patrick and Frank Boucher became the first (and to this date, the only) duo to win the Stanley Cup together as players and then as a coach-managerial team, having won as players on the Rangers in 1928.NEWS, New York Is Edmonton's Home Away From Home, If the Edmonton Oilers, Oilers win the 2006 Stanley Cup Finals, Stanley Cup, Kevin Lowe, Lowe and Craig MacTavish, MacTavish will be the second twosome in NHL history to win as teammates, and as general manager and coach. Lester Patrick was the Rangers' general manager and Frank Boucher was the coach when they won the championship in 1940. They played together when the Rangers won the Cup in 1928., June 1, 2006, John, Branch, The New York Times, D7,weblink
  • A new ring was added to the Stanley Cup. This large ring had room to hold 7 winning Stanley Cup teams.
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See also

References and notes

Notes

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References

  • BOOK, Diamond, Dan, Total Stanley Cup, 2000, Total Sports Canada, Toronto, 978-1-892129-07-9, registration,weblink
  • BOOK, Podnieks, Andrew, Hockey Hall of Fame, 2004, Lord Stanley's Cup, Bolton, Ont., Fenn Pub., 12, 50, 978-1-55168-261-7,
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