Who won the last 10 Stanley Cups?

TEAM SEASON SERIES
Los Angeles Kings 2013-14 Stanley Cup Finals
Chicago Blackhawks 2014-15 Stanley Cup Finals
Pittsburgh Penguins 2015-16 Stanley Cup Finals
Pittsburgh Penguins 2016-17 Stanley Cup Finals

Who are the current Stanley Cup champions?

All-Time Stanley Cup Champions

  • 2021. Tampa Bay Lightning. (Lightning defeat Canadiens, 4-1) Read Results.
  • 2020. Tampa Bay Lightning. (Lightning defeat Stars, 4-2) Read Results.
  • 2019. St. Louis Blues. (Blues defeat Bruins, 4-3) Read Results.

Who won the last two Stanley Cups?

Year Winning Team Conf Runner Ups
2017 Pittsburgh Penguins Anaheim Ducks Ottawa Senators
2016 Pittsburgh Penguins St. Louis Blues Tampa Bay Lightning
2015 Chicago Blackhawks Anaheim Ducks New York Rangers
2014 Los Angeles Kings Chicago Blackhawks Montreal Canadiens

When’s the last time a Canadian team won the Stanley Cup?

1992-93 Kings of the Stanley Cup Their most recent championship in 1992-93 also marks the last time a Canadian team won the Stanley Cup. The. The Canadiens play their home games at the Bell Centre in Montreal and regularly sell out their stadium.

Who won the last 15 Stanley Cups?

Chicago Blackhawks Stanley Cup

Season Lg Team
2017-18 NHL Washington Capitals
2016-17 NHL Pittsburgh Penguins
2015-16 NHL Pittsburgh Penguins
2014-15 NHL Chicago Blackhawks

Who won 2004 Stanley Cup?

2004 Stanley Cup Finals/Champion

Why was there no Stanley Cup in 2005?

The 2004–05 NHL lockout was a labor lockout that resulted in the cancellation of the National Hockey League (NHL) season, which would have been its 88th season of play. The main dispute was the league’s desire to implement a salary cap to limit expenditure on player salaries.

What NHL player has won the most Stanley Cups with different teams?

Jack Marshall owns the record for playing with four different teams to win the Stanley Cup.

Who won the Stanley Cup 1999?

1999 Stanley Cup Finals/Champion

Has anyone won the Stanley Cup two years in a row?

Tampa Bay is the first team to win consecutive championships since the Pittsburgh Penguins in 2016 and 2017. With one second-period goal by Ross Colton, Tampa Bay became the first team to clinch the Stanley Cup in back-to-back years since the Penguins did it in 2016 and 2017.

Who won the Stanley Cup 2006?

2006 Stanley Cup Finals/Champion

Who is the Stanley Cup named after?

Lord Stanley of Preston The Stanley Cup was first awarded in the 1892–93 season and is the oldest trophy that can be won by professional athletes in North America. The cup’s donor was a governor-general of Canada, Frederick Arthur, Lord Stanley of Preston, for whom it is named.

Has the Stanley Cup ever been won in 4 games?

The Red Wings won the series for the second year in a row, four games to none, to capture their ninth Stanley Cup in team history. This was the fourth consecutive Stanley Cup Finals that concluded with a sweep, as well as the last time it has ever happened.

Has there ever been a three peat in the NHL?

Before we go there, though, let’s remember there is always talk of a three-peat after a team wins two championships in a row. There was after the Edmonton Oilers won in 1984 and 1985, but the Calgary Flames got in their way in 1986 before the Oilers won back-to-back again in 1987 and 1988.

Who has the most goals in a NHL game?

Joe Malone The most goals scored by an individual in an NHL game is seven by Joe Malone for the Quebec Bulldogs in their game against the Toronto St. Patricks in Quebec City on 31 January 1920. The Quebec Bulldogs won the game 10-6.

Did the Flames score in 04?

June 5, 2004 is a date that likely causes stress among the Calgary Flames’ faithful fans. On that date, the Flames lost 3-2 in double overtime to the Tampa Bay Lightning in Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final.

Who won the NHL Stanley Cup 2003?

2003 Stanley Cup Finals/Champion

Did the puck go in 2004?

In the 2004 Stanley Cup Finals, the Calgary Flames entered Game 6 with a 3-2 lead in the series over the Tampa Bay Lightning and seemed poised to take the cup. But it was not to be. Louis eventually winning the game in overtime for the Lightning. Tampa Bay would go on to win Game 7 and the Stanley Cup.

Who was the goalie when the Flyers win their 2 cups?

Parent is widely acknowledged as one of the greatest goaltenders of all time. During the 1973–74 and 1974–75 seasons, in what many consider the finest consecutive seasons ever by a goaltender, the Flyers won two Stanley Cups and Parent won the Vezina Trophy and Conn Smythe Trophy both seasons.

Who has won 3 Stanley Cups in a row?

Most Consecutive Stanley Cups

  • Montréal Canadiens. 1955-56. 1959-60.
  • Montréal Canadiens. 1975-76. 1978-79.
  • New York Islanders. 1979-80. 1982-83.
  • Toronto Maple Leafs. 1946-47. 1948-49.
  • Toronto Maple Leafs. 1961-62. 1963-64.
  • St. Louis Eagles. 1919-20. 1920-21.
  • Montréal Canadiens. 1929-30. 1930-31.
  • Detroit Red Wings. 1935-36. 1936-37.

Who won the 2007 Stanley Cup?

2007 Stanley Cup Finals/Champion

Who is on the cover of NHL 04?

Dany Heatley Installments

Title Year Cover athletes, worldwide
NHL 2004 2003 Dany Heatley (Atlanta) Joe Sakic (Colorado)
NHL 2005 2004 Markus Naslund (Vancouver)
NHL 06 2005 Vincent Lecavalier (Tampa Bay)
NHL 07 2006 Alexander Ovechkin (Washington)

What caused the 2004/05 NHL lockout?

The Lockout of 2004-05 During the lockout, the primary dispute was the league’s desire to implement a salary cap to limit spending on player salaries. This was opposed by the NHL Players Association (NHLPA), which proposed an alternative system of revenue sharing. The lockout was initiated on Sept.

Who has the fastest hat trick in NHL history?

Bill Mosienko The only player in NHL history to score a faster hat trick on the road was Bill Mosienko, who scored three times in 21 seconds for the Chicago Black Hawks at the New York Rangers on March 23, 1952. Mosienko holds the record for fastest NHL hat trick in any game.

Has any name been removed from the Stanley Cup?

Aldrich is not the first person to have their name removed from the Stanley Cup. The league also removed Basil Pocklington’s name after the 1983-84 season. Pocklington was the father of the Edmonton Oilers’ owner, and was listed on the Cup despite having no official affiliation with the team.