This Date In Stanley Cup History
May 1, 1965 • Montreal captain Jean Beliveau notched the winning goal and added one assist to lead the Canadiens past the Chicago Black Hawks in Game Seven of the 1965 Final. Beliveau, who posted a 5-5-10 scoring total in the seven-game Stanley Cup Final series, received a new NHL award, the Conn Smythe Trophy, as the most valuable player to his team in the playoffs. May 1, 2004 • Colorado Avalanche captain Joe Sakic tallied his sixth career overtime goal, tying the playoff record set by the…
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La puissance de son lancer des poignets et la vitesse d'Yvan Cournoyer faisaient de lui un des attaquants les plus craints du hockey.
Hockey History - The Stanley Cup
Basic Facts - First called The Challenge Cup, it was purchased (for 10 guineas which is equal to $1,175 today) in 1892 by the Governor General of Canada, Lord Frederick Stanley, who wanted a challenge cup that the best hockey teams in Canada could compete for. The original - It is the oldest…