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Stanley Cups Finals Year-By-Year Results

Year Winning team Coach Losing team Coach Games
1927 Ottawa Senators Dave Gill Boston Bruins Art Ross 2–0–2
1928 New York Rangers Lester Patrick-playing Montreal Maroons Eddie Gerard 3–2
1929 Boston Bruins Cy Denneny-playing New York Rangers Lester Patrick 2–0
1930 Montreal Canadiens Cecil Hart Boston Bruins Art Ross 2–0
1931 Montreal Canadiens Cecil Hart Chicago Black Hawks Dick Irvin 3–2
1932 Toronto Maple Leafs Dick Irvin New York Rangers Lester Patrick 3–0
1933 New York Rangers Lester Patrick Toronto Maple Leafs Dick Irvin 3–1
1934 Chicago Black Hawks Tommy Gorman Detroit Red Wings Jack Adams 3–1
1935 Montreal Maroons Tommy Gorman Toronto Maple Leafs Dick Irvin 3–0
1936 Detroit Red Wings Jack Adams Toronto Maple Leafs Dick Irvin 3–1
1937 Detroit Red Wings Jack Adams New York Rangers Lester Patrick 3–2
1938 Chicago Black Hawks Bill Stewart Toronto Maple Leafs Dick Irvin 3–1
1939 Boston Bruins Art Ross Toronto Maple Leafs Dick Irvin 4–1
1940 New York Rangers Frank Boucher Toronto Maple Leafs Dick Irvin 4–2
1941 Boston Bruins Cooney Weiland Detroit Red Wings Jack Adams 4–0
1942 Toronto Maple Leafs Hap Day Detroit Red Wings Jack Adams 4–3
1943 Detroit Red Wings Jack Adams Boston Bruins Art Ross 4–0
1944 Montreal Canadiens Dick Irvin Chicago Black Hawks Paul Thompson 4–0
1945 Toronto Maple Leafs Hap Day Detroit Red Wings Jack Adams 4–3
1946 Montreal Canadiens Dick Irvin Boston Bruins Dit Clapper 4–1
1947 Toronto Maple Leafs Hap Day Montreal Canadiens Dick Irvin 4–2
1948 Toronto Maple Leafs Hap Day Detroit Red Wings Tommy Ivan 4–0
1949 Toronto Maple Leafs Hap Day Detroit Red Wings Tommy Ivan 4–0
1950 Detroit Red Wings Tommy Ivan New York Rangers Lynn Patrick 4–3
1951 Toronto Maple Leafs Joe Primeau Montreal Canadiens Dick Irvin 4–1
1952 Detroit Red Wings Tommy Ivan Montreal Canadiens Dick Irvin 4–0
1953 Montreal Canadiens Dick Irvin Boston Bruins Lynn Patrick 4–1
1954 Detroit Red Wings Tommy Ivan Montreal Canadiens Dick Irvin 4–3
1955 Detroit Red Wings Jimmy Skinner Montreal Canadiens Dick Irvin 4–3
1956 Montreal Canadiens Toe Blake Detroit Red Wings Jimmy Skinner 4–1
1957 Montreal Canadiens Toe Blake Boston Bruins Milt Schmidt 4–1
1958 Montreal Canadiens Toe Blake Boston Bruins Milt Schmidt 4–2
1959 Montreal Canadiens Toe Blake Toronto Maple Leafs Punch Imlach 4–1
1960 Montreal Canadiens Toe Blake Toronto Maple Leafs Punch Imlach 4–0
1961 Chicago Black Hawks Rudy Pilous Detroit Red Wings Sid Abel 4–2
1962 Toronto Maple Leafs Punch Imlach Chicago Black Hawks Rudy Pilous 4–2
1963 Toronto Maple Leafs Punch Imlach Detroit Red Wings Sid Abel 4–1
1964 Toronto Maple Leafs Punch Imlach Detroit Red Wings Sid Abel 4–3
1965 Montreal Canadiens Toe Blake Chicago Black Hawks Billy Reay 4–3
1966 Montreal Canadiens Toe Blake Detroit Red Wings Sid Abel 4–2
1967 Toronto Maple Leafs Punch Imlach Montreal Canadiens Toe Blake 4–2
1968 Montreal Canadiens Toe Blake St. Louis Blues Scotty Bowman 4–0
1969 Montreal Canadiens Claude Ruel St. Louis Blues Scotty Bowman 4–0
1970 Boston Bruins Harry Sinden St. Louis Blues Scotty Bowman 4–0
1971 Montreal Canadiens Al MacNeil Chicago Black Hawks Billy Reay 4–3
1972 Boston Bruins Tom Johnson New York Rangers Emile Francis 4–2
1973 Montreal Canadiens Scotty Bowman Chicago Black Hawks Billy Reay 4–2
1974 Philadelphia Flyers Fred Shero Boston Bruins Bep Guidolin 4–2
1975 Philadelphia Flyers Fred Shero Buffalo Sabres Floyd Smith 4–2
1976 Montreal Canadiens Scotty Bowman Philadelphia Flyers Fred Shero 4–0
1977 Montreal Canadiens Scotty Bowman Boston Bruins Don Cherry 4–0
1978 Montreal Canadiens Scotty Bowman Boston Bruins Don Cherry 4–2
1979 Montreal Canadiens Scotty Bowman New York Rangers Fred Shero 4–1
1980 New York Islanders Al Arbour Philadelphia Flyers Pat Quinn 4–2
1981 New York Islanders Al Arbour Minnesota North Stars Glen Sonmor 4–1
1982 New York Islanders Al Arbour Vancouver Canucks Roger Neilson 4–0
1983 New York Islanders Al Arbour Edmonton Oilers Glen Sather 4–0
1984 Edmonton Oilers Glen Sather New York Islanders Al Arbour 4–1
1985 Edmonton Oilers Glen Sather Philadelphia Flyers Mike Keenan 4–1
1986 Montreal Canadiens Jean Perron Calgary Flames Bob Johnson 4–1
1987 Edmonton Oilers Glen Sather Philadelphia Flyers Mike Keenan 4–3
1988 Edmonton Oilers Glen Sather Boston Bruins Terry O'Reilly 4–0
1989 Calgary Flames Terry Crisp Montreal Canadiens Pat Burns 4–2
1990 Edmonton Oilers John Muckler Boston Bruins Mike Milbury 4–1
1991 Pittsburgh Penguins Bob Johnson Minnesota North Stars Bob Gainey 4–2
1992 Pittsburgh Penguins Scotty Bowman Chicago Blackhawks Mike Keenan 4–0
1993 Montreal Canadiens Jacques Demers Los Angeles Kings Barry Melrose 4–1
1994 New York Rangers Mike Keenan Vancouver Canucks Pat Quinn 4–3
1995 New Jersey Devils Jacques Lemaire Detroit Red Wings Scotty Bowman 4–0
1996 Colorado Avalanche Marc Crawford Florida Panthers Doug MacLean 4–0
1997 Detroit Red Wings Scotty Bowman Philadelphia Flyers Terry Murray 4–0
1998 Detroit Red Wings Scotty Bowman Washington Capitals Ron Wilson 4–0
1999 Dallas Stars Ken Hitchcock Buffalo Sabres Lindy Ruff 4–2
2000 New Jersey Devils Larry Robinson Dallas Stars Ken Hitchcock 4–2
2001 Colorado Avalanche Bob Hartley New Jersey Devils Larry Robinson 4–3
2002 Detroit Red Wings Scotty Bowman Carolina Hurricanes Paul Maurice 4–1
2003 New Jersey Devils Pat Burns Mighty Ducks of Anaheim Mike Babcock 4–3
2004 Tampa Bay Lightning John Tortorella Calgary Flames Darryl Sutter 4–3
2005 Season cancelled due to 2004–05 NHL lockout
2006 Carolina Hurricanes Peter Laviolette Edmonton Oilers Craig MacTavish 4–3
2007 Anaheim Ducks Randy Carlyle Ottawa Senators Bryan Murray 4–1
2008 Detroit Red Wings Mike Babcock Pittsburgh Penguins Michel Therrien 4–2
2009 Pittsburgh Penguins Dan Bylsma Detroit Red Wings Mike Babcock 4–3
2010 Chicago Blackhawks Joel Quenneville Philadelphia Flyers Peter Laviolette 4–2
2011 Boston Bruins Claude Julien Vancouver Canucks Alain Vigneault 4–3
2012 Los Angeles Kings Darryl Sutter New Jersey Devils Peter DeBoer 4–2
2013 Chicago Blackhawks Joel Quenneville Boston Bruins Claude Julien 4–2
2014 TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD

Stanley Cup Finals Tickets News

6-12-14: The New York Rangers avoided elimination last night after fending off the Los Angeles Kings 2-1 and forcing a Game 5. Friday’s game will be played at the Staples Center in Los Angeles as the Kings look to win their second Stanley Cup in three years. Average price for Stanley Cup Finals Game 5 tickets is currently $1653 with a get-in price of $700.

6-10-14: The Stanley Cup Finals continues Wednesday when the New York Rangers host the Los Angeles Kings in Game 4 at Madison Square Garden. With the Rangers on the brink of elimination after going down 3-0 in the series, average price for Wednesday’s Game 4 is currently $1459 with a get-in price of $444.

6-5-14: The Stanley Cup Finals continue Saturday when Game 2 is played in Los Angeles. Average ticket price for Game 2 at the Staples Center is $1133 with a get-in price of $420. The series heads to New York for the next two games, where average price for Games 3 and 4 reach the $2,000 mark and continue to rise.

5-21-14: The Conference Finals are underway in the Stanley Cup Playoffs. The New York Rangers have jumped out to a 2-0 series lead despite being the road team in the series. The Montreal Canadians are far from eliminated, but after losing starting goaltender Carey Price in Game One, things aren’t too promising. Meanwhile the Chicago Blackhawks took Game One against the Los Angeles Kings in Chicago.

5-20-14: The Rangers Stanley Cup finals aspirations certainly grew stronger with the news of Canadiens goalie Carey Price missing the rest of the series. The Rangers have not won the Stanley Cup since 1994, and thus far Rangers Stanley Cup tickets on the secondary market at Madison Square Garden average $1857.33

5-15-14: Only five teams remain in the Stanley Cup Playoffs: The New York Rangers, Montreal Canadians, Chicago Blackhawks, Anaheim Ducks and Los Angeles Kings. The Kings and Ducks play a Game Seven Friday night, with the winner advancing to the Western Conference Finals against last season’s Stanley Cup Champions, the Blackhawks. The Rangers and Canadians play Game One of their series Saturday at 1 PM in Montreal.

5-7-14: Taking an early look at Stanley Cup Finals tickets o the secondary market – the Blackhawks currently have the priciest tickets, followed by the Rangers and the Bruins. The Rangers would certainly prove to be the most interesting story of the 3, having not appeared in the finals since their 1994 Cup win. Last year's finals included the Bruins & Blackhawks.

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