1934 - Chicago Black Hawks


For the second year in a row, the Stanley Cup-winning goal was scored in overtime. When Chicago's Harold "Mush" March netted the series-winner at 30:05 of overtime, the Black Hawks captured their first Cup victory.

Chicago's Chuck Gardiner limited Detroit to two goals in his club's three victories, while Detroit goaltender Wilf Cude led the Red Wings to their only win of the series in game three despite suffering a broken nose midway through the contest. Cude stopped 52 of 53 Detroit shots in the deciding game, while Gardiner turned aside all 40 Black Hawk blasts. Gardiner had been plagued by severe headaches all year. Two months after the Stanley Cup series he died of a brain hemorrhage.

1933-34 - Chicago Black Hawks - Clarence Abel, Rosie Couture, Louis Trudel, Lionel Conacher, Paul Thompson, Leroy Goldsworthy, Art Coulter, Roger Jenkins, Don McFayden, Tom Cook, Doc Romnes, Johnny Gottselig, Mush March, Johnny Sheppard, Chuck Gardiner (captain), Bill Kendall, Jack Leswick, Tommy Gorman (manager-coach), Eddie Froelich (trainer).


Mar. 22 Detroit 2 at Toronto 1 OT
Mar. 24 Detroit 6 at Toronto 3
Mar. 26 Toronto 3 at Detroit 1
Mar. 28 Toronto 5 at Detroit 1
Mar. 30 Toronto 0 at Detroit 1
Detroit won best-of-five series 3-2
Mar. 22 Chicago 3 at Montreal 2
Mar. 25 Montreal 1 at Chicago 1 OT
Chicago won total-goals series 4-3
Mar. 20 NY Rangers 0 at Mtl Maroons 0
Mar. 25 Mtl Maroons 2 at NY Rangers 1
Maroons won total-goals series 2-1
Mar. 28 Chicago 3 at Mtl Maroons 0
Apr. 1 Mtl Maroons 2 at Chicago 3
Chicago won total-goals series 6-2
Apr. 3 Chicago 2 at Detroit 1 2OT
Apr. 5 Chicago 4 at Detroit 1
Apr. 8 Detroit 5 at Chicago 2
Apr. 10 Detroit 0 at Chicago 1 2OT
Chicago won best-of-five series 3-1


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