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The 1942 Stanley Cup Final was a best-of-seven series between the Toronto Maple Leafs and the Detroit Red Wings. After losing the first three games, the Maple Leafs won the next four to win the series 4–3, winning their fourth Stanley Cup.
Paths to the FinalEdit
Toronto defeated the New York Rangers in a best-of-seven 4–2 to advance to the finals. The Red Wings had to play two best-of three series; winning 3–1 against the Montreal Canadiens, and 2–0 against the Boston Bruins.
This was the series of the remarkable comeback. Toronto came back from a 3–0 deficit to win the best-of-seven series (the only such occurrence in a Stanley Cup Final series as of 2008). Game seven in Toronto was the first time a crowd of over 16,000 attended a hockey game in Canada.
Toronto Maple Leafs vs. Detroit Red Wings
Toronto wins best-of-seven series 4–3.
Toronto Maple Leafs 1942 Stanley Cup championsEdit
- 1 Walter Turk Broda
- 2 Bob Goldham
- 3 Wally Stanowski
- 5 Reg Hamilton
- 6 Rudolph "Bingo" Kampman
- 19 Wilfred Bucko McDonald
- 23 Ernie Dickens
- 8 Pete Langelle
- 10 Sylvanus Syl Apps Sr. (Captain)
- 21 Billy Taylor Sr.
- 4 Bob Davidson
- 9 Lorne Carr
- 11 David Sweeney Schriner
- 12 Gord Drillon
- 14 John McCreedy
- 16 Don Metz
- 16 Gaye Stewart
- 19 Nick Metz
- 20 Hank Goldup
- George Cottrelle (President/Owner)
- Ed Bickle, William MacBrien, (Vice Presidents/Owners)
- Conn Smythe (Manager), Frank Selke Sr.(Acting Manager/Publicity Director)
- Clarence Hap Day (Coach), Tim Daly (Trainer)
- Hugh Smythe (Mascot)
- *Conn Smythe spent most of the year overseas fighting in World War II. Frank Selke Sr. was the acting Manager while Smythe was away. Smythe returned for the finals to help Toronto win the Stanley Cup. When the cup was redone during 1957–58 Walter "Turk" Broda was included on the cup twice with 1942 Toronto, once as WALTER BRODA, other as TURK BRODA.
- Gaye Stewart was 18 years, 9 months, and 21 days when he won his first Stanley Cup.
References & notesEdit
- NHL (2000). Total Stanley Cup. Dan Diamond & Associates.
|Toronto Maple Leafs|
Stanley Cup Champions
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Detroit Red Wings
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