1941 Stanley Cup Finals

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1941 Stanley Cup Finals
1234 Total
Boston Bruins 3243 4
Detroit Red Wings 2121 0
Location(s)Boston: Boston Garden (1, 2)
Detroit: Olympia Stadium (3, 4)
CoachesBoston: Cooney Weiland
Detroit: Jack Adams
CaptainsBoston: Dit Clapper
Detroit: Ebbie Goodfellow
DatesApril 6 – April 12
Series-winning goalBobby Bauer (8:43, second)

The 1941 Stanley Cup Finals was a best-of-seven series between the Boston Bruins and the Detroit Red Wings. Boston would win the series 4–0 to win their third Stanley Cup.

Paths to the Finals[edit]

Boston defeated the Toronto Maple Leafs in a best-of-seven 4–3 to advance to the finals. The Red Wings had to play two best-of three series; winning 2–1 against the New York Rangers, and 2–0 against the Chicago Black Hawks.

Game summaries[edit]

In the third best-of-seven series, Boston became the first to sweep the series in four games.

Boston won series 4–0


Boston Bruins 1941 Stanley Cup champions[edit]

Players

  Centres
  Wingers
  Defencemen
  Goaltenders
  • A Jack Shewchuk played 22 of 48 regular season games, but not dressed in the playoffs. He was original left off the cup. Shewchuk name was added to the cup when it redone during 1957–58, but not Gordie Bruce.
  • Gordie Bruce(LW) was original was credited with playing 8 regular season games, and 3 playoffs games. Bruce's stats were corrected to only 7 regular season, and no playoff games. He did not qualify so his name was left off the Stanley Cup.

Coaching and administrative staff:

  • Weston Adams Sr. (President/Owner), Art Ross (Vice President/Manager)
  • Ralph Burkard (Treasurer), Ralph Cooney Weiland (Coach)
  • Win Green (Trainer)
  • Frank Ryan (Publicity Director)^

Stanley Cup engraving

  • ^Frank Ryan (Publicity Director) was included on 1929, 1939 1941 Stanley Cup pictures, but his name is not engraved on the Stanley Cup.
  • Des Smith was engraved as WES SMITH with a "W" instead a "D". This mistake was corrected when the Stanley Cup was redone during the 1957–58 Season.
  • Pat McReavy was misspelled PAT McCREAVY with an extra "C" on new version of the cup created during the 1957–58 season. Pat McReavy was often misspelled as Pat McCreavy on some team pictures with the Boston Bruins. When the Replica Cup was created in 1992–93, Pat McReavy name was misspelled as Pat McCeavy with "C" instead of a "R".

See also[edit]

References & notes[edit]

  • Diamond, Dan (2000). Total Stanley Cup. Toronto: Total Sports Canada. ISBN 978-1-892129-07-9.
Preceded by
New York Rangers
1940
Boston Bruins
Stanley Cup Champions

1941
Succeeded by
Toronto Maple Leafs
1942