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Ice Hockey Stanley Cup Winners List [1893 – Present]

NHL ceremony - Stanley Cup trophy
NHL ceremony – Stanley Cup trophy

All You Need To Know About Hockey Stanley Cup

Sir Frederick Arthur Stanley, Lord Stanley of Preston and son of the Earl of Derby, made the Stanley Cup donation in 1892, making it the oldest trophy for which professional athletes in North America compete. To give to “the championship hockey club of the Dominion of Canada,” he paid 10 Guineas ($50 at the time) for the trophy. The Montreal Amateur Athletic Association received the Stanley Cup for the first time ever in 1893. The Stanley Cup has served as a benchmark for success in professional hockey since the National Hockey Association took control of it in 1910. Only NHL teams have competed for this coveted trophy since its introduction in 1926.

Ice Hockey Stanley Cup – Facts

Every year, the summer of celebration starts with the presentation of the trophy to the winning team. Each member of the organization’s players and staff spends 24 hours with the Cup, a custom that is unparalleled in any sport. The Stanley Cup has been around the world for many years, stopping in countries like Russia, Japan, and Switzerland as well as on mountain tops in the Rockies and inside igloos in Canada’s newest territory, Nunavut. The legacy and glory of the Stanley Cup continue to live in the dreams of hockey players and spectators alike, overshadowing all other championship trophies in sports.

Stanley Cup Of Ice Hockey – Playoffs

The playoffs consist of four rounds. It’s a best-of-seven series for each round. Accordingly, up to seven games may be played before a team wins four straight. Which team from each conference advances to the final round is determined by the first three rounds. The Stanley Cup Finals are the penultimate round. The NHL and Stanley Cup are awarded to the team that wins that series of games. The Conference Quarterfinals are the name of the first round of the playoffs. Each conference has four contests. The first round winners move on to the second round. The Conference Finals are in the third round. Each conference’s final two teams—the Eastern Conference and Western Conference—play one another. The conference winners proceed to the championship game.

Stanley Ice Hockey Championship – Upcoming

The 2022 Stanley Cup champion Colorado Avalanche is still in high spirits, but the rest of the NHL is eager to move on to the 2022-23 campaign, which will start on October 7 and feature a game between the Nashville Predators and San Jose Sharks in Europe. The Nashville Predators and San Jose Sharks will face off in the O2 Arena in Prague, Czech Republic, as part of the 2022 NHL Global Series.

List of Stanley Cup Champions

Here is the list of the top winners of Stanley Cup Championship in the history- 

Year Winner Loser
2023 Vegas Golden Knights Florida Panthers
2022 Colorado Avalanche (3rd) Tampa Bay Lightning
2021 Tampa Bay Lightning (3rd) Montreal Canadiens
2020 Tampa Bay Lightning (2nd) Dallas Stars
2019 St. Louis Blues Boston Bruins
2018 Washington Capitals Vegas Golden Knights
2017 Pittsburgh Penguins (5th) Nashville Predators
2016 Pittsburgh Penguins (4th) San Jose Sharks
2015 Chicago Blackhawks (6th) Tampa Bay Lightning
2014 Los Angeles Kings (2nd) New York Rangers
2013 Chicago Blackhawks (5th) Boston Bruins
2012 Los Angeles Kings New Jersey Devils
2011 Boston Bruins (6th) Vancouver Canucks
2010 Chicago Blackhawks (4th) Philadelphia Flyers
2009 Pittsburgh Penguins (3rd) Detroit Red Wings
2008 Detroit Red Wings (11th) Pittsburgh Penguins
2007 Anaheim Ducks Ottawa Senators
2006 Carolina Hurricanes Edmonton Oilers
2004 Tampa Bay Lightning Calgary Flames
2003 New Jersey Devils (3rd) Mighty Ducks of Anaheim
2002 Detroit Red Wings (10th) Carolina Hurricanes
2001 Colorado Avalanche (2nd) New Jersey Devils
2000 New Jersey Devils (2nd) Dallas Stars
1999 Dallas Stars Buffalo Sabres
1998 Detroit Red Wings (9th) Washington Capitals
1997 Detroit Red Wings (8th) Philadelphia Flyers
1996 Colorado Avalanche Florida Panthers
1995 New Jersey Devils Detroit Red Wings
1994 New York Rangers (4th) Vancouver Canucks
1993 Montreal Canadiens (23rd) Los Angeles Kings
1992 Pittsburgh Penguins (2nd) Chicago Blackhawks
1991 Pittsburgh Penguins Minnesota North Stars
1990 Edmonton Oilers (5th) Boston Bruins
1989 Calgary Flames Montreal Canadiens
1988 Edmonton Oilers (4th) Boston Bruins
1987 Edmonton Oilers (3rd) Philadelphia Flyers
1986 Montreal Canadiens (22nd) Calgary Flames
1985 Edmonton Oilers (2nd) Philadelphia Flyers
1984 Edmonton Oilers New York Islanders
1983 New York Islanders (4th) Edmonton Oilers
1982 New York Islanders (3rd) Vancouver Canucks
1981 New York Islanders (2nd) Minnesota North Stars
1980 New York Islanders Philadelphia Flyers
1979 Montreal Canadiens (21st) New York Rangers
1978 Montreal Canadiens (20th) Boston Bruins
1977 Montreal Canadiens (19th) Boston Bruins
1976 Montreal Canadiens (18th) Philadelphia Flyers
1975 Philadelphia Flyers (2nd) Buffalo Sabres
1974 Philadelphia Flyers Boston Bruins
1973 Montreal Canadiens (17th) Chicago Black Hawks
1972 Boston Bruins (5th) New York Rangers
1971 Montreal Canadiens (16th) Chicago Black Hawks
1970 Boston Bruins (4th) St. Louis Blues
1969 Montreal Canadiens (15th) St. Louis Blues
1968 Montreal Canadiens (14th) St. Louis Blues
1967 Toronto Maple Leafs (13th) Montreal Canadiens
1966 Montreal Canadiens (13th) Detroit Red Wings
1965 Montreal Canadiens (12th) Chicago Black Hawks
1964 Toronto Maple Leafs (12th) Detroit Red Wings
1963 Toronto Maple Leafs (11th) Detroit Red Wings
1962 Toronto Maple Leafs (10th) Chicago Black Hawks
1961 Chicago Black Hawks (3rd) Detroit Red Wings
1960 Montreal Canadiens (11th) Toronto Maple Leafs
1959 Montreal Canadiens (10th) Toronto Maple Leafs
1958 Montreal Canadiens (9th) Boston Bruins
1957 Montreal Canadiens (8th) Boston Bruins
1956 Montreal Canadiens (7th) Detroit Red Wings
1955 Detroit Red Wings (7th) Montreal Canadiens
1954 Detroit Red Wings (6th) Montreal Canadiens
1953 Montreal Canadiens (6th) Boston Bruins
1952 Detroit Red Wings (5th) Montreal Canadiens
1951 Toronto Maple Leafs (9th) Montreal Canadiens
1950 Detroit Red Wings (4th) New York Rangers
1949 Toronto Maple Leafs (8th) Detroit Red Wings
1948 Toronto Maple Leafs (7th) Detroit Red Wings
1947 Toronto Maple Leafs (6th) Montreal Canadiens
1946 Montreal Canadiens (5th) Boston Bruins
1945 Toronto Maple Leafs (5th) Detroit Red Wings
1944 Montreal Canadiens (4th) Chicago Black Hawks
1943 Detroit Red Wings (3rd) Boston Bruins
1942 Toronto Maple Leafs (4th) Detroit Red Wings
1941 Boston Bruins (3rd) Detroit Red Wings
1940 New York Rangers (3rd) Toronto Maple Leafs
1939 Boston Bruins (2nd) Toronto Maple Leafs
1938 Chicago Black Hawks (2nd) Toronto Maple Leafs
1937 Detroit Red Wings (2nd) New York Rangers
1936 Detroit Red Wings Toronto Maple Leafs
1935 Montreal Maroons  (2nd) Toronto Maple Leafs
1934 Chicago Black Hawks Detroit Red Wings
1933 New York Rangers (2nd) Toronto Maple Leafs
1932 Toronto Maple Leafs (3rd) New York Rangers
1931 Montreal Canadiens (3rd) Chicago Black Hawks
1930 Montreal Canadiens (2nd) Boston Bruins
1929 Boston Bruins New York Rangers
1928 New York Rangers Montreal Maroons 
1927 Ottawa Senators  (4th) Boston Bruins
1926 Montreal Maroons  Ottawa Senators 
1925 Montreal Canadiens  Hamilton Tigers 
1924 Montreal Canadiens Ottawa Senators 
1923 Ottawa Senators  (3rd) Montreal Canadiens
1922 Toronto St. Patricks (2nd) Ottawa Senators 
1921 Ottawa Senators  (2nd) Toronto St. Patricks
1920 Ottawa Senators  Seattle Metropolitans 
1919 Montreal Canadiens  Ottawa Senators 
1918 Toronto Arenas Montreal Canadiens

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