1947

 

The TorontoMaple Leafs were a "new look" club in 1946-47. Young players like Calder Trophy-winner Howie Meeker, Bill Barilko and Bill Ezinicki were new performers in the Leafs' overhauled lineup.

In the first all-Canadian final in 12 years, the Maple Leafs defeated the Canadiens in six games. Toronto's "Teeder" Kennedy potted three goals in the series, including the Cup-winner in the closing match-up. The Leafs were the youngest NHL team to win the Stanley Cup.

1946-47 - Toronto Maple Leafs - Turk Broda, Garth Boesch, Gus Mortson, Jimmy Thomson, Wally Stanowski, Bill Barilko, Harry Watson, Bud Poile, Ted Kennedy, Syl Apps Sr., Don Metz, Nick Metz, Bill Ezinicki, Vic Lynn, Howie Meeker, Gaye Stewart, Joe Klukay, Gus Bodnar, Bob Goldham, Conn Smythe (manager), Hap Day (coach), Tim Daly (trainer).

ROUND-BY-ROUND RESULTS

SEMIFINALS
Mar. 25 Boston 1 at Montreal 3
Mar. 27 Boston 1 at Montreal 2 OT
Mar. 29 Montreal 2 at Boston 4
Apr. 1 Montreal 5 at Boston 1
Apr. 3 Boston 3 at Montreal 4 2OT
Montrealwon best-of-seven series 4-1
Mar. 26 Detroit 2 at Toronto 3 OT
Mar. 29 Detroit 9 at Toronto 1
Apr. 1 Toronto 4 at Detroit 1
Apr. 3 Toronto 4 at Detroit 1
Apr. 5 Detroit 1 at Toronto 6
Torontowon best-of-seven series 4-1
FINALS
Apr. 8 Toronto 0 at Montreal 6
Apr. 10 Toronto 4 at Montreal 0
Apr. 12 Montreal 2 at Toronto 4
Apr. 15 Montreal 1 at Toronto 2 OT
Apr. 17 Toronto 1 at Montreal 3
Apr. 19 Montreal 1 at Toronto 2
Torontowon best-of-seven series 4-2

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