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Round 2
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Stanley Cup Final

Players on Stanley-Cup Winning Teams


A total of 1,134 players have skated for Stanley Cup championship teams since the trophy was first awarded to the Montreal Amateur Athletic Association (Mtl. AAA) hockey club in 1893. Of the 1,134 winners, 626 (55.2%) have won one Cup title, while 508 (44.8%) have won on two or more occasions.

Cup wins 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
Players 626 270 87 88 35 19 1 4 1 2 1
Pct. 55.2 23.8 7.7 7.8 3.1 1.7 - - - - -
Henri Richard holds the record for playing on the most Stanley Cup champions, winning 11 times in his career. During Richard's 20 years with the Montreal Canadiens from 1955- 56 to 1974-75, "The Pocket Rocket" never played more than four consecutive seasons without earning a new Stanley Cup ring.

Jean Beliveau and Yvan Cournoyer of the Canadiens share second place behind Richard with 10 Cup wins apiece, and Montreal's Claude Provost ranks third with nine. Red Kelly, Maurice Richard, Jacques Lemaire and Serge Savard are tied with eight, while Jean-Guy Talbot has seven. Kelly is the only player to rank among these all-time Stanley Cup winners without ever playing for the Canadiens. He won the Cup four times with Detroit in the 1950s and four times with Toronto in the 1960s.

Kelly, Jack Marshall, Bob Goldham, Dick Duff, Frank Mahovlich, Bryan Trottier, Larry Murphy and Patrick Roy are the only players in history to win multiple Stanley Cup titles with two different teams. Of the 508 players to win more than one Stanley Cup championship, 367 won with the same team every time. Another 123 players won with two teams, while nine won with three and one won with four.

Jack Marshall owns the record for playing with four different teams to win the Stanley Cup. Marshall played on championship teams with the 1901 Winnipeg Victorias, 1902 and 1903 Montreal AAA, 1907 and 1910 Montreal Wanderers and 1914 Toronto Blueshirts.

Nine players have skated for three different Stanley Cup winning franchises in their careers. Frank Foyston, Jack Walker, Mike Keane and Joe Nieuwendyk had Cup wins with three different clubs, while Claude Lemieux, Hap Holmes, Al Arbour and Gord Pettinger won four Cup titles with three separate teams. Larry Hillman was a six-time winner with Detroit, Toronto and Montreal.

Players on Stanley-Cup Winning Teams:
A   B   C   D   E   F   G   H   I   J   K   L   M   N   O   P   Q-R   S   T   U-V   W   X-Y   Z
Clarence Abel  
NY Rangers 1928; Chicago 1934
Sid Abel  
Detroit 1943, 1950, 1952
Douglas Acer  
Mtl. Victorias 1899
Keith Acton  
Edmonton 1988
Craig Adams  
Carolina 2006
Jack Adams  
Toronto 1918; Ottawa 1927
John Adams  
Boston 1970
Kevyn Adams  
Carolina 2006
David Aebischer  
Colorado 2001
Dimitry Afanasenkov  
Tampa Bay 2004
Andy Aitkenhead  
NY Rangers 1933
Tommy Albelin  
New Jersey 1995, 2003
Bones Allen  
Ottawa 1905
Keith Allen  
Detroit 1954
Doug Anderson  
Montreal 1953
Glenn Anderson  
Edmonton 1984,1985,1987,1988,1990; NY Rangers 1994
Jocko Anderson  
Victoria 1925
Lloyd Andrews  
Toronto 1922
Dave Andreychuk  
Tampa Bay 2004
Syl Apps  
Toronto 1942, 1947, 1948
Al Arbour  
Detroit 1954; Chicago 1961; Toronto 1962, 1964
Amos Arbour  
Montreal 1916
Jack Armitage  
Wpg. Victorias 1896
George Armstrong  
Toronto 1962, 1963, 1964, 1967
Josh Arnold  
Mtl. Wanderers 1906
Jason Arnott  
New Jersey 2000
Barry Ashbee  
Philadelphia 1974
Oscar Asmundson  
NY Rangers 1933
Larry Aurie  
Detroit 1936, 1937
Don Awrey  
Boston 1970, 1972

Playing for my favorite team growing up, I've probably scored that goal a million times in my driveway. It feels good to actually do it in real life.

— Dale Weise, who grew up a Canadiens fan, on scoring the overtime winner in Montreal's 5-4 victory against Tampa Bay in Game 1