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1930 Stanley Cup Finals

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1930 Stanley Cup Finals

1930 Stanley Cup Finals
Location: Boston (Boston Garden) (1)
Montreal (Forum) (2)
Format: best-of-three
Coaches: Boston: Art Ross
Montreal: Cecil Hart
Captains: Boston: Lionel Hitchman
Montreal: Sylvio Mantha
Dates: March 28 - March 29
Series-winning
goal:
Howie Morenz (1:00, second)
 < 1929 Stanley Cup Finals 1931 > 

The 1930 Stanley Cup Final championship series was played between the Boston Bruins and the Montreal Canadiens. In a best of three series, Montreal won 4–3 and 3–0 to win the team's third Stanley Cup championship.

Contents

  • Paths to the final 1
  • The series 2
  • Montreal Canadiens 1930 Stanley Cup champions 3
  • See also 4
  • References 5

Paths to the final

The defending champion Boston Bruins had an outstanding season. Their final record of 38–5–1 translates to an .875 winning percentage, the best in NHL history. The team did not lose two games in a row all season, until being swept by the Canadiens. This prompted the change for the following year in the Finals format to a best-of-five format.

The series

The final was a best of three series. The Canadiens had lost all four of their regular-season meetings with the Bruins. Captain Sylvio Mantha was the leader, scoring in both final games.

Boston Bruins vs. Montreal Canadiens { border="1" cellpadding="3" cellspacing="0" class="wikitable"|- ! bgcolor="#DDDDFF" width="60" | Date ! bgcolor="#DDDDFF" width="150" | Away ! bgcolor="#DDDDFF" width="5" | Score ! bgcolor="#DDDDFF" width="150" | Home ! bgcolor="#DDDDFF" width="5" | Score ! bgcolor="#DDDDFF" width="60" | Notes |- |April 1||Montreal Canadiens||3||Boston Bruins||0|| |- |April 3||Boston Bruins||3||Montreal Canadiens||4|| |} Montreal wins best-of-three series 2–0

Montreal Canadiens 1930 Stanley Cup champions

See also

References

  • Podnieks, Andrew; Hockey Hall of Fame (2004). Lord Stanley's Cup. Triumph Books, 12, 57. ISBN 1-55168-261-3.

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