1935 - Montreal Maroons

 

In the first All-Canadian final since the Montreal Maroons beat Victoria in 1926, the Montreal team battled to its second Stanley Cup championship with a three-game sweep of Toronto. Maroons netminder Alex Connell allowed just four goals in three games.

Winning coach Tommy Gorman became the first and only coach to win successive Stanley Cup titles with two different teams. He had directed the Chicago Black Hawks to the championship a year earlier. Gorman currently ranks as one of three NHL coaches (Dick Irvin and Scotty Bowman are the others) to have led more than one team to the Stanley Cup.

1934-35 - Montreal Maroons - Lionel Conacher, Cy Wentworth, Alex Connell, Toe Blake, Stewart Evans, Earl Robinson, Bill Miller, Dave Trottier, Jimmy Ward, Baldy Northcott, Hooley Smith, Russ Blinco, Allan Shields, Sammy McManus, Gus Marker, Bob Gracie, Herb Cain, Tommy Gorman (manager-coach), Bill O'Brien (trainer).

ROUND-BY-ROUND RESULTS

SERIES A - SEMIFINALS
Mar. 23 Toronto 0 at Boston 1 2OT
Mar. 26 Toronto 2 at Boston 0
Mar. 28 Boston 0 at Toronto 3
Mar. 30 Boston 1 at Toronto 2 OT
Toronto won best-of-five series 3-1
SERIES B AND C - QUARTERFINALS
Mar. 23 Chicago 0 at Mtl Maroons 0
Mar. 26 Mtl Maroons 1 at Chicago 0 OT
Maroons won total-goals series 1-0
Mar. 24 Montreal 1 at NY Rangers 2
Mar. 26 NY Rangers 4 at Montreal 4
Rangers won total-goals series 6-5
SERIES D - SEMIFINALS
Mar. 28 Mtl Maroons 2 at NY Rangers 1
Mar. 30 NY Rangers 3 at Mtl Maroons 3
Maroons won total-goals series 5-4
FINALS
Apr. 4 Mtl Maroons 3 at Toronto 2 OT
Apr. 6 Mtl Maroons 3 at Toronto 1
Apr. 9 Toronto 1 at Mtl Maroons 4
Maroons won best-of-five series 3-0

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