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The 2001 Stanley Cup Final NHL championship series was contested by the defending champion New Jersey Devils and the Colorado Avalanche making the franchise's second Stanley Cup Final appearance, and first since the team won the 1996 Final. The Avalanche won the series in seven games, claiming their second Stanley Cup championship. This marked the only Stanley Cup championship for Avalanche defenseman Ray Bourque, who retired following the series. As of 2008, this is the most recent time that a defending champion had lost in the Finals. This was also the second consecutive Final series of teams that had relocated. This was the first stanley cup finals since 1994 that would go seven.

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Paths to the final

For more details on this topic, see 2001 Stanley Cup playoffs.

New Jersey defeated the Carolina Hurricanes 4–2, the Toronto Maple Leafs 4–3 and the Pittsburgh Penguins 4–1 to advance to the finals. Colorado defeated the Vancouver Canucks 4–0, the Los Angeles Kings 4–3 and the St. Louis Blues 4–1.

The series

This is the first ever Final that featured two teams playing in a city that was the previous home of one team and the present home of another. The Colorado Rockies were formerly based in Denver and were relocated and renamed the New Jersey Devils prior to the 1982-83 season. The Quebec Nordiques were relocated to Denver and renamed the Colorado Avalanche prior to the 1995-96 season.

Colorado wins series 4–3 and Stanley Cup
Patrick Roy (Colorado) wins Conn Smythe Trophy

Colorado Avalanche 2001 Stanley Cup champions

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Stanley Cup roster

† Bryan Muir was called up from the minors mid-season. He played 8 regular-season games (also played 10 games for Tampa Bay), and 3 playoff games. Colorado was given permission to include Muir's name even though he did not officially qualify (at least 41 regular season games played or one Stanley Cup Finals game).

^ Six players also won the Stanley Cup with Colorado from the 1996 Stanley Cup Finals - Joe Sakic, Peter Forsberg, Jon Klemm, Stephane Yelle, Patrick Roy, and Adam Foote.

Non-players

  • E. Stanley Kroenke (owner/governor/chairman), Pierre Lacroix (president/general manager), Bob Hartley (head coach)
  • Jacques Cloutier (goaltending coach), Brian Trottier (ass’t coach), Paul Fixter (video coach), Francois Giguere (ass’t general manager)
  • Jean Martineau (vice president), Pat Karns (athletic therapist), Matthew Sokolowski (ass’t athletic therapist)
  • Wayne Flemming (equipment manager), Mark Miller (equipment manager), Dave Randolph (ass’t equipment manager)
  • Paul Goldberg (strength-conditioning coach), Gregorio Pradera (massage therapist), Brad Smith (pro scout)
  • Jim Hammett (chief scout), Garth Joy, Steve Lyons (scouts)
  • Joni Lehto, Orval Tessier (scouts), Charlotte Grahame (director of hockey operations).

References

  • Podnieks, Andrew; Hockey Hall of Fame (2004). Lord Stanley's Cup. Triumph Books. ISBN 1–55168–261. 

External links

  • CNNSI.com - 2001 NHL playoffs. Retrieved on 2008-04-27.
Preceded by
New Jersey Devils
2000
Colorado Avalanche
Stanley Cup Champions

2001
Succeeded by
Detroit Red Wings
2002
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