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The 1932 Stanley Cup Finals was a best-of-five series between the New York Rangers and the Toronto Maple Leafs. Toronto would win the series in three straight to win their first Stanley Cup.[1]

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Paths to the Final

New York defeated the defending champion Canadiens in a best-of-five 3–1 to advance to the finals. The Leafs had to play two total-goals series; 6–2 against 1931 finalists Chicago, and 4–3 against the Maroons.

The series

New York would have to play game two in Boston, due to the circus having been booked into Madison Square Garden.

Toronto's 'Kid Line' of Jackson, Conacher and Primeau, in their first Finals, combined for eight goals.

Toronto's coach Dick Irvin made his second straight Finals appearance, having coached for Chicago in 1931.

Toronto Maple Leafs vs. New York Rangers

Date Away Score Home Score Notes
April 5 Toronto Maple Leafs 6 New York Rangers 4
April 7 Toronto Maple Leafs 6 New York Rangers 2 (played in Boston)
April 9 New York Rangers 4 Toronto Maple Leafs 6

Toronto wins best-of-five series 3–0.

Toronto Maple Leafs 1932 Stanley Cup champions

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Roster

  Centers
  Wingers
  Defensemen
  Goaltenders


  Non-players
  • Jack Bickell (President/Owner), Conn Smythe (Managing Director/Manager/Owner)
  • Ed Bickle, George Cortelle, Harry MacGee (Vice Presidents/Owners)
  • Dick Irvin Sr. (Coach), Frank Selke Sr. (Publicity Director)
  • Tim Daly (trainer), Stafford Smythe (Mascot)
  • John Aird†, J.E. Birks†, Albert Ellsworth†, George Goodenham†, Bob Laidlaw†,
  • Leighton McCarty†, William MacBrien†, Fred Morrow†, John Murdoch†,
  • Frank O’Connor†, Alfred Rogers†, Frank Ralph†, Victor Ross†, William Ross†, Horne Smith†,
  • Sigmund Samuel†, John Tory† (Investors).


† Left off the newer ring.

Stanley Cup engraving

  • Conn Smythe's son Stafford Smythe (who later served as Toronto Maple President from 1958 to 1970) is the youngest person to be engraved on the Stanley Cup, engraved in 1932 at age 11. His name was also engraved sideways on the original ring. It was engraved the correct way on the newer version.
  • Conn Smythe was engraved twice, once as Conn Smythe, Manager, the other time as Conn Smythe -- Managing Director. His name was only included once on the newer version of the Stanley Cup.
  • Smythe wanted to include 17 investors on the Stanley Cup, and playoff scores. In order to have enough room five player's names were engraved by their last name only: Darragh, Finnigan, Gracie, Miller, Robertson. When the cup was redesigned during 1957–58 season, the playoff game scores, 17 investors, and five players listed by only their last name only were removed. Those five players played every playoff game and qualified to be on the cup. There was more than enough room to include them.

References

  • NHL (2000). Total Stanley Cup. Dan Diamond & Associates. 
  • Podnieks, Andrew; Hockey Hall of Fame (2004). Lord Stanley's Cup. Triumph Books, 12, 50. ISBN 1–55168–261–3

Notes

  1. Two predecessor clubs of the franchise, the 'Torontos' (1918) and 'St. Patricks' (1922) also won the Cup.
Preceded by
Montreal Canadiens
1931
Toronto Maple Leafs
Stanley Cup Champions

1932
Succeeded by
New York Rangers
1933
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