1932 - Toronto Maple Leafs

 

After losing to Toronto in game one, the Rangers also lost the home-ice advantage because the circus had once again invaded Madison Square Garden. Game two, originally set for New York, was moved to Boston.

Toronto's famed Kid Line of Harvey "Busher" Jackson, Charlie Conacher and Joe Primeau made its Stanley Cup debut, combining for eight goals in the three-game sweep.

The Leafs' Dick Irvin, who lost in the 1931 finals with the Chicago Black Hawks, earned his first title as a coach.

1931-32 - Toronto Maple Leafs - Charlie Conacher, Harvey Jackson, King Clancy, Andy Blair, Red Horner, Lorne Chabot, Alex Levinsky, Joe Primeau, Harold Darragh, Harold Cotton, Frank Finnigan, Hap Day, Ace Bailey, Bob Gracie, Fred Robertson, Earl Miller, Conn Smythe (manager), Dick Irvin (coach), Tim Daly (trainer).

ROUND-BY-ROUND RESULTS

SERIES A - SEMIFINALS
Mar. 24 NY Rangers 3 at Montreal 4
Mar. 26 NY Rangers 4 at Montreal 3 3OT
Mar. 27 Montreal 0 at NY Rangers 1
Mar. 29 Montreal 2 at NY Rangers 5
Rangers won best-of-five series 3-1
SERIES B AND C - QUARTERFINALS
Mar. 27 Toronto 0 at Chicago 1
Mar. 29 Chicago 1 at Toronto 6
Toronto won total-goals series 6-2
Mar. 27 Mtl Maroons 1 at Detroit 1
Mar. 29 Detroit 0 at Mtl Maroons 2
Maroons won total-goals series 3-1
SERIES D - SEMIFINALS
Mar. 31 Toronto 1 at Mtl Maroons 1
Apr. 2 Mtl Maroons 2 at Toronto 3 OT
Toronto won total-goals series 4-3
FINALS
Apr. 5 Toronto 6 at NY Rangers 4
Apr. 7 Toronto 6 vs. NY Rangers 2*
Apr. 9 NY Rangers 4 at Toronto 6
* played in Boston
Toronto won best-of-five series 3-0

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