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Paths to the FinalEdit
Boston defeated New York Rangers in a best-of-seven 4–3 to advance to the final. The Maple Leafs had to play two best-of three series; winning 2–0 against New York Americans, and 2–1 against the Detroit Red Wings.
Frank Brimsek held Toronto to just six goals in the 5 games.
Boston Bruins vs. Toronto Maple Leafs
|April 6||Toronto Maple Leafs||1||Boston Bruins||2|
|April 9||Toronto Maple Leafs||3||Boston Bruins||2||OT|
|April 11||Boston Bruins||3||Toronto Maple Leafs||1|
|April 13||Boston Bruins||2||Toronto Maple Leafs||0|
|April 16||Toronto Maple Leafs||1||Boston Bruins||3|
Boston wins best-of-seven series 4–1.
Boston Bruins 1939 Stanley Cup championsEdit
- Weston Adams Sr. (President),
- Art Ross (Vice President/Manager-Coach),
- Ralph Burkard (Treasurer),
- Win Green (Trainer)&
& Missing from the Stanley Cup, but qualified to be on it.
Stanley Cup engraving
- From 1930 to 1939, except for the 1933 New York Rangers, 1934 Chicago Black Hawks and 1935 Montreal Maroons every team included their playoff games scores on the Stanley Cup. In 1939, the Boston Bruins were the last team to do this. When the Cup was redone during 1957–58 season all playoff game scores were left off the new ring for the cup winners from 1928 to 1940.
- Three players were included on the Stanley Cup, but did not qualify Pat McReavy (6 games played), Terry Readron (4 games played), Jack Shewchuk (3 games played). Not one of the three players played in the playoffs.
References & notesEdit
- NHL (2000). Total Stanley Cup. Dan Diamond & Associates.
- Podnieks, Andrew; Hockey Hall of Fame (2004). Lord Stanley's Cup. Triumph Books, 12, 50. ISBN 1–55168–261–3.
Chicago Black Hawks
Stanley Cup Champions
| Succeeded by|
New York Rangers