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The National Hockey League (NHL) is a sports team of professional hockey players from around the world. It was started in the 1917 in Montreal, Canada and had continued until 1983. The league was discontinued in 1983, but was restarted in 2003.

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Pre-Doomsday

Before the war, the NHL played regular seasonal hockey through the winter and spring. Afterwards, the top teams competed in a championship for a trophy called the Stanley Cup. The Stanley Cup was a very prestigious award.

Pre-War Stanley Cup Champions

1917 Seattle Metropolitans (PCHA) Pete Muldoon Montreal Canadiens (NHA) Newsy Lalonde 3–1 Bernie Morris (7:55, first)
1918 Toronto[16] (NHL) Dick Carroll Vancouver Millionaires (PCHA) Frank Patrick 3–2 Corb Denneny (10:30, third)
1919 Montreal Canadiens (NHL) vs. Seattle Metropolitans (PCHA) – Series cancelled after game 5 because of the flu epidemic – Stanley Cup not awarded
1920 Ottawa Senators (NHL) Pete Green Seattle Metropolitans (PCHA) Pete Muldoon 3–2 Jack Darragh (5:00, third)
1921 Ottawa Senators (NHL) Pete Green Vancouver Millionaires (PCHA) Lloyd Cook & Frank Patrick 3–2 Jack Darragh (9:40, second)
1922 Toronto St. Pats (NHL) George O'Donoghue Vancouver Millionaires (PCHA) Lloyd Cook & Frank Patrick 3–2 Babe Dye (4:20, first)
1923 Ottawa Senators (NHL) Pete Green Edmonton Eskimos (WCHL) Ken McKenzine 2–0 Punch Broadbent (11:23, first)
1924 Montreal Canadiens (NHL) Leo Dandurand Calgary Tigers (WCHL) Eddie Oatman 2–0 Howie Morenz (4:55, first)
1925 Victoria Cougars (WCHL) Lester Patrick Montreal Canadiens (NHL) Leo Dandurand 3–1 Gizzy Hart (2:35, second)
1926 Montreal Maroons (NHL) Eddie Gerard Victoria Cougars (WHL) Lester Patrick 3–1

Nels Stewart(2:50, second)

1927 Ottawa Senators (C) Dave Gill Boston Bruins (A) Art Ross 2–0–2 Cy Denneny (7:30, second)
1928 New York Rangers (A) Lester Patrick Montreal Maroons (C) Eddie Gerard 3–2 Frank Boucher (3:35, third)
1929 Boston Bruins (A) Cy Denneny New York Rangers (A) Lester Patrick 2–0 Bill Carson (18:02, third)
1930 Montreal Canadiens (C) Cecil Hart Boston Bruins (A) Art Ross 2–0 Howie Morenz (1:00, second)
1931 Montreal Canadiens (C) Cecil Hart Chicago Black Hawks (A) Dick Irvin 3–2 Johnny Gagnon (9:59, second)
1932 Toronto Maple Leafs (C) Dick Irvin New York Rangers (A) Lester Patrick 3–0 Ace Bailey (15:07, third)
1933 New York Rangers (A) Lester Patrick Toronto Maple Leafs (C) Dick Irvin 3–1 Bill Cook (7:34, OT)
1934 Chicago Black Hawks (A) Tommy Gorman Detroit Red Wings (A) Jack Adams 3–1 Mush March (10:05, second OT)
1935 Montreal Maroons (C) Tommy Gorman Toronto Maple Leafs (C) Dick Irvin 3–0 Baldy Northcott (16:18, second)
1936 Detroit Red Wings (A) Jack Adams Toronto Maple Leafs (C) Dick Irvin 3–1 Pete Kelly (9:45, third)
1937 Detroit Red Wings (A) Jack Adams New York Rangers (A) Lester Patrick 3–2 Marty Barry (19:22, first)
1938 Chicago Black Hawks (A) Bill Stewart Toronto Maple Leafs (C) Dick Irvin 3–1 Carl Voss (16:45, second)
1939 Boston Bruins Art Ross Toronto Maple Leafs Dick Irvin 4–1 Roy Conacher (17:54, second)
1940 New York Rangers Frank Boucher Toronto Maple Leafs Dick Irvin 4–2 Bryan Hextall (2:07, OT)
1941 Boston Bruins Cooney Weiland Detroit Red Wings Jack Adams 4–0 Bobby Bauer (8:43, second)
1942 Toronto Maple Leafs Hap Day Detroit Red Wings Jack Adams 4–3 Pete Langelle (9:48, third)
1943 Detroit Red Wings Jack Adams Boston Bruins Art Ross 4–0 Joe Carveth (12:09, first)
1944 Montreal Canadiens Dick Irvin Chicago Black Hawks Paul Thompson 4–0 Toe Blake (9:12, OT)
1945 Toronto Maple Leafs Hap Day Detroit Red Wings Jack Adams 4–3 Babe Pratt (12:14, third)
1946 Montreal Canadiens Dick Irvin Boston Bruins Dit Clapper 4–1 Toe Blake (11:06, third)
1947 Toronto Maple Leafs Hap Day Montreal Canadiens Dick Irvin 4–2 Ted Kennedy (14:39, third)
1948 Toronto Maple Leafs Hap Day Detroit Red Wings Tommy Ivan 4–0 Harry Watson (11:13, first)
1949 Toronto Maple Leafs Hap Day Detroit Red Wings Tommy Ivan 4–0 Cal Gardner (19:45, second)
1950 Detroit Red Wings Tommy Ivan New York Rangers Lynn Patrick 4–3 Pete Babando (8:31, second OT)
1951 Toronto Maple Leafs Joe Primeau Montreal Canadiens Dick Irvin 4–1 Bill Barilko (2:53, OT)
1952 Detroit Red Wings Tommy Ivan Montreal Canadiens Dick Irvin 4–0 Metro Prystai (6:50, first)
1953 Montreal Canadiens Dick Irvin Boston Bruins Lynn Patrick 4–1 Elmer Lach (1:22, OT)
1954 Detroit Red Wings Tommy Ivan Montreal Canadiens Dick Irvin 4–3 Tony Leswick (4:20, OT)
1955 Detroit Red Wings Jimmy Skinner Montreal Canadiens Dick Irvin 4–3 Gordie Howe (19:49, second)
1956 Montreal Canadiens Toe Blake Detroit Red Wings Jimmy Skinner 4–1 Maurice Richard (15:08, second)
1957 Montreal Canadiens Toe Blake Boston Bruins Milt Schmidt 4–1 Dickie Moore (0:14, second)
1958 Montreal Canadiens Toe Blake Boston Bruins Milt Schmidt 4–2 Bernie Geoffrion (19:26, second)
1959 Montreal Canadiens Toe Blake Toronto Maple Leafs Punch Imlach 4–1 Marcel Bonin (9:55, second)
1960 Montreal Canadiens Toe Blake Toronto Maple Leafs Punch Imlach 4–0 Jean Beliveau (8:16, first)
1961 Chicago Black Hawks Rudy Pilous Detroit Red Wings Sid Abel 4–2 Ab McDonald (18:49, second)
1962 Toronto Maple Leafs Punch Imlach Chicago Black Hawks Rudy Pilous 4–2 Dick Duff (14:14, third)
1963 Toronto Maple Leafs Punch Imlach Detroit Red Wings Sid Abel 4–1 Eddie Shack (13:28, third)
1964 Toronto Maple Leafs Punch Imlach Detroit Red Wings Sid Abel 4–3 Andy Bathgate (3:04, first)
1965 Montreal Canadiens Toe Blake Chicago Black Hawks Billy Reay 4–3 Jean Beliveau (0:14, first)
1966 Montreal Canadiens Toe Blake Detroit Red Wings Sid Abel 4–2 Henri Richard (2:20, OT)
1967 Toronto Maple Leafs Punch Imlach Montreal Canadiens Toe Blake 4–2 Jim Pappin (19:24, second)
1968 Montreal Canadiens (E) Toe Blake St. Louis Blues (W) Scotty Bowman 4–0 J. C. Tremblay (11:40, third)
1969 Montreal Canadiens (E) Claude Ruel St. Louis Blues (W) Scotty Bowman 4–0 John Ferguson (3:02, third)
1970 Boston Bruins (E) Harry Sinden St. Louis Blues (W) Scotty Bowman 4–0 Bobby Orr (0:40, OT)
1971 Montreal Canadiens (E) Al MacNeil Chicago Black Hawks (W) Bill Reay 4–3 Henri Richard (2:34, third)
1972 Boston Bruins (E) Tom Johnson New York Rangers (E) Emile Francis 4–2 Bobby Orr (11:18, first)
1973 Montreal Canadiens (E) Scotty Bowman Chicago Black Hawks (W) Bill Reay 4–2 Yvan Cournoyer (8:13, third)
1974 Philadelphia Flyers (W) Fred Shero Boston Bruins (E) Bep Guidolin 4–2 Rick MacLeish (14:48, first)
1975 Philadelphia Flyers (CC) Fred Shero Buffalo Sabres (PW) Floyd Smith 4–2 Bob Kelly (0:11, third)
1976 Montreal Canadiens (PW) Scotty Bowman Philadelphia Flyers (CC) Fred Shero 4–0 Guy Lafleur (14:18, third)
1977 Montreal Canadiens (PW) Scotty Bowman Boston Bruins (PW) Don Cherry 4–0 Jacques Lemaire (4:32, OT)
1978 Montreal Canadiens (PW) Scotty Bowman Boston Bruins (PW) Don Cherry 4–2 Mario Tremblay (9:20, first)
1979 Montreal Canadiens (PW) Scotty Bowman New York Rangers (CC) Fred Shero 4–1 Jacques Lemaire (1:02, second)
1980 New York Islanders (CC) Al Arbour Philadelphia Flyers (CC) Pat Quinn 4–2 Bob Nystrom (7:11, OT)
1981 New York Islanders (CC) Al Arbour Minnesota North Stars (PW) Glen Sonmor 4–1 Wayne Merrick (5:37, first)
1982 New York Islanders (PW) Al Arbour Vancouver Canucks (CC) Roger Neilson 4–0 Mike Bossy (5:00, second)
1983 New York Islanders (PW) Al Arbour Edmonton Oilers (CC) Glen Sather 4–0 Mike Bossy (12:39, first)

The Islanders were the last team to win the Stanley Cup until 2003

Post-Doomsday

The Stanley Cup was in Toronto when the bombs went off. The Stanley Cup was lost. Or was it? In 2001, an expedition to Toronto was sent to uncover the Cup. The Cup was kept in Virginia until 2003, when the NHL was started again. Several teams were created.

Post-War Teams

Name Host City Date Founded Captain
Glaciers St. John's (Canada) 2003 Jonas Heath
Musketeers Gaspé (Canada) 2003 Louis Tier
Bears Iqaluit (Canada) 2003 Kenneth Adams
Tribals Cheyanne (North American Union) 2009 John Perry
Bombers Charles (North American Union) 2009 George Jeffries
Tidal Waves Henderson (Kerr Republic/Henderson) 2010 Rick Rivers
Leprechauns Dublin (Celtic Alliance) 2010 Paddy McGee
Boulders Pebbles (New Scotland) TBA (Maybe 2011) William Stewart

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