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Red Wings-Ducks Game 7 history

Thursday, 05.14.2009 / 11:08 AM / Conference Semifinals: Detroit vs. Anaheim

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Detroit Red Wings Game 7 history

2002 Western Conference Finals
May 31: Colorado 0 at Detroit 7

1996 Western Conference Semifinals
May 16: St. Louis 0 at Detroit 1 (2OT)

1994 Western Conference Quarterfinals
April 30: San Jose 3 at Detroit 2

1993 Norris Division Semifinals
May 1: Toronto 4 at Detroit 3 (OT)

1992 Norris Division Semifinals
April 30: Minnesota 2 at Detroit 5

1991 Norris Division Semifinals
April 16: Detroit 2 at St. Louis 3

1987 Norris Division Finals
May 3: Toronto 0 at Detroit 3

1965 Semifinals
April 15: Chicago 4 at Detroit 2

1964 Stanley Cup Final
April 25: Detroit 0 at Toronto 4

1964 Semifinals
April 9: Detroit 4 at Chicago 2

1955 Stanley Cup Final
April 14: Montreal 1 at Detroit 3

1954 Stanley Cup Final
April 16: Montreal 1 at Detroit 2 (OT)

1950 Stanley Cup Final

April 23: NY Rangers 3 at Detroit 4 (2OT)

1950 Semifinals
April 9: Toronto 0 at Detroit 1 (OT)

1949 Semifinals
April 5: Montreal 1 at Detroit 3

1945 Stanley Cup Final
April 22: Toronto 2 at Detroit 1

1945 Semifinals
April 3: Boston 3 at Detroit 5

1942 Stanley Cup Final
April 18: Detroit 1 at Toronto 3

RECORD: 11-7



Anaheim Ducks Game 7 history

2006 Western Conference Quarterfinals
May 3: Anaheim 3 at Calgary 0

2003 Stanley Cup Final
June 9: Anaheim 0 at New Jersey 3

1997 Western Conference Quarterfinals
April 29: Phoenix 0 at Anaheim 3

RECORD: 2-1



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