1929 - Boston Bruins


When the Bruins met the Rangers in this series, it marked the first time in Stanley Cup history that two American teams clashed head-on for the prized trophy.

Goalie Cecil "Tiny" Thompson backstopped the Bruins to consecutive wins, allowing just one goal in the two games and posting the third Stanley Cup shutout ever by an NHL rookie as Boston captured its first Cup.

Dit Clapper and Harry Oliver scored the two game-winning goals.

1928-29 - Boston Bruins - Tiny Thompson, Eddie Shore, Lionel Hitchman, Perk Galbraith, Frank Fredrickson, Mickey Mackay, Red Green, Dutch Gainor, Harry Oliver, Eddie Rodden, Dit Clapper, Cooney Weiland, Lloyd Klein, Cy Denneny, Bill Carson, George Owen, Myles Lane, Art Ross (manager-coach), Win Green (trainer).


Mar. 19 Montreal 0 at Boston 1
Mar. 21 Montreal 0 at Boston 1
Mar. 23 Boston 3 at Montreal 2
Boston won best-of-five series 3-0
Mar. 19 NY Rangers 0 at NY Americans 0
Mar. 21 NY Americans 0 at NY Rangers 1 2OT
Rangers won total-goals series 1-0
Mar. 19 Toronto 3 at Detroit 1
Mar. 21 Detroit 1 at Toronto 4
Toronto won total-goals series 7-2
Mar. 24 Toronto 0 at NY Rangers 1
Mar. 26 NY Rangers 2 at Toronto 1 OT
Rangers won best-of-three series 2-0
Mar. 28 NY Rangers 0 at Boston 2
Mar. 29 Boston 2 at NY Rangers 1
Boston won best-of-three series 2-0


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