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71-72 NSVoy

1971-72 champion Nova Scotia Voyageurs

The 1972 Calder Cup Playoffs of the American Hockey League began on April 4, 1972.[1] The eight teams that qualified played best-of-7 series for Division Semifinals and Finals. The division champions played a best-of-7 series for the Calder Cup. The Calder Cup Final ended on May 15, 1972 with the Nova Scotia Voyageurs, in their inaugural season in Nova Scotia, defeating the Baltimore Clippers four games to two to win the Calder Cup for the first time in team history. The Voyageurs also became the first Canadian team to win the Calder Cup.[2]

Baltimore and Cincinnati set an AHL playoff record for most goals scored by both teams in one game with 18, when Baltimore beat Cincinnati 10-8 in game 5 of the Southern division final.[3] Baltimore's Howie Menard set an AHL record for most points in one playoff game with 7 against Cleveland in game 5 of their Southern division semifinal. Two players have tied this record since then.[4] Nova Scotia's Michel Plasse set an AHL record for lowest goals against average in one playoff, posting a 1.25 GAA.[4]

Playoff seedsEdit

After the 1971–72 AHL regular season, the top three teams from each division qualified for the playoffs. The Boston Braves finished the regular season with the best overall record, winning the head-to-head tiebreaker with Nova Scotia.[5]

Eastern DivisionEdit

  1. Boston Braves - 96 points
  2. Nova Scotia Voyageurs - 96 points
  3. Springfield Kings - 77 points
  4. Providence Reds - 67 points

Western DivisionEdit

  1. Baltimore Clippers - 79 points
  2. Hershey Bears - 79 points
  3. Cincinnati Swords - 78 points
  4. Cleveland Barons - 74 points

BracketEdit

  Division Semifinals Division Finals Calder Cup Final
                           
  1  Boston 4  
4  Providence 1  
  1  Boston 0  
Eastern Division
  2  Nova Scotia 4  
2  Nova Scotia 4
  3  Springfield 1  
    E1  Nova Scotia 4
  W1  Baltimore 2
  1  Baltimore 4  
4  Cleveland 2  
1  Baltimore 4
Western Division
  3  Cincinnati 2  
2  Hershey 0
  3  Cincinnati 4  

In each round, the higher seed receives home ice advantage, meaning they receive the "extra" game on home-ice if the series reaches the maximum number of games. There is no set series format due to arena scheduling conflicts and travel considerations.[6]

Division Semifinals Edit

Note: Home team is listed first.

Eastern DivisionEdit

(1) Boston Braves vs. (4) Providence Reds Edit

Boston won series 4 – 1


(2) Nova Scotia Voyageurs vs. (3) Springfield Kings Edit

Nova Scotia won series 4 - 1


Western DivisionEdit

(1) Baltimore Clippers vs. (4) Cleveland Barons Edit

Baltimore won series 4 - 2


(2) Hershey Bears vs. (3) Cincinnati Swords Edit

Cincinnati won series 4 - 0


Division FinalsEdit

Eastern DivisionEdit

(1) Boston Braves vs. (2) Nova Scotia VoyageursEdit

Nova Scotia won series 4 - 0


Western DivisionEdit

(1) Baltimore Clippers vs. (3) Cincinnati SwordsEdit

Baltimore won series 4 - 2


Calder Cup FinalEdit

(W1) Baltimore Clippers vs. (E2) Nova Scotia VoyageursEdit

Nova Scotia won series 4 - 2


See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. 1972 AHL playoff results The Internet Hockey Database. Retrieved on May 13, 2008.
  2. Calder Cup champions caldercup.com. Retrieved on May 13, 2008.
  3. Calder Cup record book: Teams caldercup.com. Retrieved on May 13, 2008.
  4. 4.0 4.1 Calder Cup record book: Players caldercup.com. Retrieved on May 13, 2008.
  5. 1971-72 AHL standings The Internet Hockey Database. Retrieved on May 13, 2008.
  6. Frequently asked questions theahl.com. Retrieved on May 12, 2008.
Preceded by
1971 Calder Cup Playoffs
Calder Cup Playoffs
1972
Succeeded by
1973 Calder Cup Playoffs
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