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The 1977 Stanley Cup Final championship series was contested by the Boston Bruins and the defending champion Montreal Canadiens. The Bruins were making their first appearance in the Final series since their loss in the 1974 Final. The Canadiens would win the best-of-seven series four games to none, to win their second straight Stanley Cup.
Paths to the FinalEdit
Montreal wins the series 4–0.
Montreal Canadiens 1977 Stanley Cup championsEdit
- † Serge Savard served as Captain, when Yvan Cournoyer missed the whole playoffs due to a back injury.
- Jacques Courtois (president), Sam Pollock (vice president/general manager)
- Jean Beliveau (vice president), William Scotty Bowman (head coach)
- Peter Bronfman (chairman/owner), Edward Bronfman (executive director/owner)
- Claude Ruel (director of player development), Floyd Curry, Ron Caron, (ass't general managers)
- Pierre Meilluer (ass't trainer), Eddy Palchak (trainer)
Stanley Cup engraving
- Bob Gainey was misspelled on the Stanley Cup as ROBERT GAINY missing an "E". When the Replica Cup was created in 1992–93, ROBERT GAINEY was spelled correctly with 1977 Montreal.
- †† not on Cup. Engblom played 2 playoff games, no regular-season games and no games in the finals.
Stanley Cup Champions
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