Who won the Stanley Cup 2020?

Who won the NHL championship?

National Hockey League/Latest Champion

Who won the last three Stanley Cups?

Year Winning Team Conf Runner Ups
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
2013 Chicago Blackhawks Los Angeles Kings Pittsburgh Penguins

Who won the NHL championship last year?

Stanley Cup Finals/Latest champion

Who won the NHL 2021?

2020–21 NHL season/Champion

Has any team won 3 Stanley Cups in a row?

Toronto Maple Leafs The Maple Leafs defeated Montreal in 1947 en route to their first of three straight Cups, followed by topping Detroit in 1948 and 1949 to become the first team to win three in a row.

Who won the Stanley Cup 2004?

2004 Stanley Cup Finals/Champion

Who won the Stanley Cup 2015?

2015 Stanley Cup Finals/Champion

Who is the best team in hockey?

Montreal Canadiens Montreal Canadiens The Montreal Canadiens are the greatest team in hockey history. It doesn’t matter that they finished 15th and dead last in the Eastern Conference in 2011-12. It doesn’t matter that they haven’t won a Stanley Cup since 1993. The fact is that they have won more titles—24—than any other team.

Who owns the Seattle Kraken?

David Bonderman The Kraken’s ownership group, which includes billionaire David Bonderman and Amazon (AMZN) CEO Andy Jassy, paid a $650 million expansion fee to join the NHL. That was the largest amount ever paid to join the league and worth more than the estimated value of 20 NHL franchises.

Who won Stanley Cup in 2003?

2003 Stanley Cup Finals/Champion

Who won 2005 Stanley Cup?

Carolina Hurricanes Stanley Cup

Season Lg Team
2008-09 NHL Pittsburgh Penguins
2007-08 NHL Detroit Red Wings
2006-07 NHL Anaheim Ducks
2005-06 NHL Carolina Hurricanes

Who won 1991 Stanley Cup?

1991 Stanley Cup Finals/Champion

Who won Stanley Cup in 1994?

1994 Stanley Cup Finals/Champion

Was Brett Hulls goal legal?

NHL Director of Officiating Bryan Lewis said after the game that the goal had been reviewed, just as every goal that season had been, and the officials in the video review booth had determined that since Hull was deemed to have been in possession of the puck throughout the play, he was allowed to shoot and score a goal