Stanley Cup winning players

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This is a complete alphabetic list of all players who won the Stanley Cup (trophy) with year(s), team(s) and total wins. All known players from each winning team from 1893 to 1923 are included. Since 1924, all players on the Stanley Cup are listed. Any player who qualified, but whose name was not included on the Stanley Cup or dressed in the playoffs, is also listed. Rules for qualifying to win the Stanley Cup:

  • 1893 to 1926 – played one game for the winning team during the regular season or the Stanley Cup playoffs, or included on the team picture;
  • 1926 to 1970 – played 1/2 the regular season games (and was not traded to another team), or played one playoff game; Some players who qualified were left off the Stanley Cup, while other players who did not officially qualify were still included.
  • 1971 to 1976 – played in the playoffs (a player who played at least 1/2 the regular season games and was left off the cup is included on this list);
  • Since 1976 – Appeared in at least one game in the Stanley Cup Finals, or 1/2 the regular season games, and was still with the winning team after the NHL trade deadline; Between 1978 and 1993: 11 players who did not qualify still ended up having their name engraved on the Stanley Cup.
  • Starting 1994 – Winning Teams may request exceptions to the rules. Usually players who spend the whole season with the winning team, but don't officially qualify are included, especially if they missed many games injured. Other players may be added on a case by case bases. The league does not look at all extra players on a roster only the ones requested by the winning team. The National Hockey League (NHL) has the final say on any requests for additional names and has said "No" to some players names going on the Stanley Cup. Teams have to choose how many extra players to request each year, so there is enough for many of non-players member names.
  • 1998 Limit of 52 only including, non-players and players introduced. So as the number of non-playing members on each team goes up, more names are left off the Stanley Cup.

* Note – Extra information

  • 1. Any player who qualified, but was left off the Stanley Cup is included with information on how they qualified.
  • 2. Also included with info is any person who had a non-player position and played in at least one game for the winning team that season.
  • 3. Any player who did not officially qualify but was included on the cup, has information about why they are on the cup.
  • 4. Any player who dressed in the playoffs, but was left off the Stanley Cup, because they did not qualify.

– A –[edit]

  • Abel, Clarence "Taffy" – New York Rangers 1928; Chicago Black Hawks 1934 {2}
  • Abel, Sid – Detroit Red Wings 1943-50-52 {3}
  • Acer, Douglas – Montreal Victorias 1899 {1}
  • Acton, Keith – Edmonton Oilers 1988 {1}
  • Adams, Craig – Carolina Hurricanes 2006; Pittsburgh Penguins 2009 {2}
  • Adams, Jack – Toronto Arenas 1918; Ottawa Senators 1927 {2}
  • Adams, John M. – Boston Bruins 1970 {1} – 1970 – name was engraved on cup before playing in the NHL, spare goalie for the playoffs.
  • Adams, Kevyn – Carolina Hurricanes 2006 {1}
  • Aebischer David – Colorado Avalanche 2001 {1}
  • Afanasenkov, Dmitry – Tampa Bay Lightning 2004 {1}
  • Aitkenhead, Andy – New York Rangers 1933 {1}
  • Albelin, Tommy – New Jersey Devils 1995-2003 {2}
  • Allan, Angus "Bones" – Ottawa Silver Sevens 1905 {1}
  • Allen, Keith – Detroit Red Wings 1954 {1}
  • Anderson, Doug – Montreal Canadiens 1953 {1} – 1953 – Only 2 NHL games played (playoffs), qualified, but still left off cup.
  • Anderson, Glenn – Edmonton Oilers 1984-85-87-88-90; New York Rangers 1994 {6}
  • Anderson, John – Victoria Cougars 1925 {1}
  • Andreychuk, Dave – Tampa Bay Lightning 2004 {1}
  • Andrews, Lloyd - Toronto St. Pats 1922 {1}
  • Apps Syl Sr. – Toronto Maple Leafs 1942-47-48 {3}
  • Arbour, Al – Detroit Red Wings 1954; Chicago Black Hawks 1961; Toronto Maple Leafs 1962-64 {4} – 1964 – played 6 regular season games, 1 game in finals, qualified, but name is missing.
  • Arbour, Amos – Montreal Canadiens 1916 {1}
  • Archibald, Josh - Pittsburgh Penguins 2017 {1}
  • Armytage, Jack "J.C." – Winnipeg Victorias 1896 {1}
  • Armstrong, George – Toronto Maple Leafs 1962-63-64-67 {4}
  • Arnott, Jason – New Jersey Devils 2000 {1}
  • Ashbee, Barry – Philadelphia Flyers 1974 {1}
  • Asmundson Ossie – New York Rangers 1933 {1}
  • Aurie, Larry – Detroit Red Wings 1936-37 {2}
  • Awrey, Don – Boston Bruins 1970–72; Montreal Canadiens 1976 {3} – 1976 – played 72 regular season games, qualified, left off for not playing in the playoffs.

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– C –[edit]

– D –[edit]

– E –[edit]

  • Eager, Ben – Chicago Blackhawks 2010 {1}
  • Eaton, Mark – Pittsburgh Penguins 2009 {1}
  • Ebbs, Jack – Ottawa Silver Sevens 1906 {1}
  • Eddolls, Frank – Montreal Canadiens 1946 {1}
  • Edwards, Allan "Roy" – Chicago Black Hawks 1961 {1} – 1961 – name was engraved on the cup as a spare goalie for the playoffs, before playing first NHL game. Never played a game for Chicago.
  • Ehman, Gerry – Toronto Maple Leafs 1964 {1}
  • Elias, Patrik – New Jersey Devils 2000-03 {2}
  • Elliot, Ronald – Montreal Victorias 1895; Montreal AAA 1902 {2}
  • Ellis, Ron – Toronto Maple Leafs 1967 {1}
  • Elmer, Wally – Victoria Cougars 1925 {1}
  • Emery, Ray – Chicago Blackhawks 2013 {1}
  • Engblom, Brian – Montreal Canadiens 1977-78-79 {3} – 1977 – played 2 playoff games. Left off for spending the rest of season in the minors.
  • Erickson, Aut – Toronto Maple Leafs 1967 {1}
  • Eriksson, Anders – Detroit Red Wings 1998 {1}
  • Errey, Bob – Pittsburgh Penguins 1991-92 {2}
  • Eskrine, Thomas - Montreal Wanderers 1907 {1} - included on both team pictures, but name was left off the Stanley Cup. Never played for Wanderers, but dressed in the Finals.
  • Esposito, Tony – Montreal Canadiens 1969 {1}
  • Esposito, Phil – Boston Bruins 1970-72 {2}
  • Evans, Jack "Tex" – Chicago Black Hawks 1961 {1}
  • Evans, Stewart – Montreal Maroons 1935 {1}
  • Ewen, Todd – Montreal Canadiens 1993 {1}
  • Ewing, Jack – Montreal Victorias 1897-98-99 {3}
  • Ezinicki, Bill – Toronto Maple Leafs 1947-48-49 {3}

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– G –[edit]

– H –[edit]

  • Hagelin, Carl - Pittsburgh Penguins 2016-17 {2}
  • Hague, Billy – Ottawa Silver Sevens 1906 {1}
  • Haidy, Gord – Detroit Red Wings 1950 {1} – 1950 – Only NHL game played Semi-Finals qualified, but name was left off.
  • Hainsey, Ron - Pittsburgh Penguins 2017 {1}
  • Hainsworth, George – Montreal Canadiens 1930-31 {2}
  • Halderson, Harold – Victoria Cougars 1925 {1}
  • Hall, Glenn "Mr. Goalie" – Detroit Red Wings 1952; Chicago Black Hawks 1961 {2} – 1952 – name was engraved on cup as a spare goalie, before playing an NHL game.
  • Hall, Joe – Kenora Thistles 1907; Quebec Bulldogs 1912-13 {3} – 1907 dressed in finals but did not play.
  • Haller, Kevin – Montreal Canadiens 1993 {1}
  • Halliday, Milton – Ottawa Senators 1927 {1}
  • Hallin, Mats – New York Islanders 1983 {1}
  • Hamill, Robert "Red" – Boston Bruins 1939 {1}
  • Hamilton, Reg – Toronto Maple leafs 1942-45 {2} - In 1942, played only 22 regular season games due to injury; name not included on Cup.
  • Handzuš, Michal – Chicago Blackhawks: 2013 (1)
  • Hanna, Dave – Edmonton Oilers 1988; Colorado Avalanche 1996 {2}
  • Harmon, Glen – Montreal Candiens 1944-46 {2}
  • Harper Terry – Montreal Canadiens 1965-66-68-69-71 {5}
  • Harris, Edward "Ted" – Montreal Canadiens 1965-66-68-69; Philadelphia Flyers 1975 {5}
  • Harris, Bill "Hinke" – Toronto Maple Leafs: 1962-63-64 {3}
  • Harriston, James – Toronto Blue Shirts 1914 {1}
  • Hart, Harold "Gizzy" – Victoria Cougars 1925 {1}
  • Hartigan, Mark – Anaheim Ducks: 2007; Detroit Red Wings: 2008 (2) – Left off Stanley Cup in 2007 and 2008, though played in the playoffs Spent most of the season in the minors.
  • Hartman, Mike – New York Rangers 1994 {1} – 1994 – only played 35 regular season games injured, so name was added cup.
  • Harvey, Doug – Montreal Canadiens 1953-56-57-58-59-60 {6}
  • Hasek, Dominik "Domminator" – Detroit Red Wings 2002-08 (2)
  • Hassard, Bob – Toronto Maple Leafs 1951 {1} – 1951 – only played 12 regular season games, did not qualify, but put on cup.
  • Hatcher, Derian – Dallas Stars 1999 {1}
  • Hay, Bill – Chicago Black Hawks 1961 {1}
  • Hay, Jim – Detroit Red Wings 1955 {1}
  • Hayes, Chris – Boston Bruins 1972 {1} – 1972 – Only NHL game played finals qualifying, but name is missing.
  • Healy, Glenn – New York Rangers 1994 {1}
  • Hefferman, Gerry – Montreal Canadiens 1944 {1}
  • Hedican, Bret – Carolina Hurricanes 2006 {1}
  • Hejduk, Milan – Colorado Avalanche 2001 {1}
  • Heller, Ehrhardt "Ott" – New York Rangers 1933-40 {2}
  • Helman, Harry – Ottawa Senators 1923 {1}
  • Helm, Darren – Detroit Red Wings 2008 {1}
  • Henderson, Harold – Montreal Victorias 1895-96-97 {3}
  • Hendry, Jordan – Chicago Blackhawks 2010 {1}
  • Henny, Lorne – New York Islanders 1980-81 {2} – 1981 – played 9 regular season and 1 playoff game while serving as an assistant coach.
  • Hern, Riley – Montreal Wanderers 1906-07-08-10 {4}
  • Hextall, Bryan Sr. – New York Rangers 1940 {1}
  • Hicke, Bill – Montreal Canadiens 1959-60 {2}
  • Hicks, Wayne – Chicago Black Hawks 1961 {1}
  • Higginbotham, Fred – Winnipeg Victorias 1896 {1}
  • Hill, Mel – Boston Bruins 1939-41; Toronto Maple Leafs 1945 {3}
  • Hill, Sean – Montreal Canadiens 1993 {1}
  • Hillier, Randy Pittsburgh Penguins 1991 {1}
  • Hiller, Wilbert "Dutch" – Boston Bruins 1941; Montreal Canadiens 1946 {2}
  • Hillman, Larry - Detroit Red Wings 1955; Toronto Maple Leafs 1962-63-64-67; Montreal Canadiens 1969 {6} – 1955 - Youngest player to win the Stanley Cup - 1962, 1963 – played only 5 regular season games, spent rest of season in minors but name on cup.
  • Hillman, Wayne – Chicago Black Hawks 1961 {1}
  • Hinote, Dan – Colorado Avalanche 2001 {1}
  • Hitchman, Lionel – Ottawa Senators 1923; Boston Bruins 1929 {2}
  • Hjalmarsson, Niklas – Chicago Blackhawks 2010-13-15 {3}
  • Hnidy Shane – Boston Bruins 2011 {1} – Left off only playing 3 regular season, & 3 playoff games.
  • Hodge, Charlie - Montreal Canadiens 1956-58-59-60-65-66 {6} – 1956 spare goalie for playoffs, did not play for Montreal, 1958-59-60 sub who played very few games, but name on cup.
  • Hodge, Ken Sr. – Boston Bruins 1970-72 {2}
  • Hodge, Tom – Montreal AAA 1902-03 {2}
  • Hodgson, Archie – Montreal AAA 1893-94 {2}
  • Hodson, Kevin – Detroit Red Wings 1997–98 {2} – 1997 – only played 6 regular season games, dressed for 23 games spent the whole season with Detroit so name was included.
  • Hoerner, Charles – Montreal Shamrocks 1899-1900 {2}
  • Hogue, Benoit – Dallas Stars 1999 {1}
  • Holik, Bobby – New Jersey Devils 1995-2000 {2}
  • Hollet Bill "Flash" – Boston Bruins 1939-41 {2}
  • Holmes, Hap – Toronto Blue Shirts 1914; Seattle Metropolitans 1917; Toronto Arenas 1918; Victoria Cougars 1925 {4}
  • Holmstrom, Tomas – Detroit Red Wings 1997-98-2002-08 {4}
  • Holota, Johnny – Detroit Red Wings 1943 {1} – 1943 – only played 13 regular season games, did not qualify, but name was added to cup.
  • Holway, Albert "Toots" - Montreal Maroons 1926 {1}
  • Hooper, Art – Montreal AAA 1902-03 {2}
  • Hooper. Tom – Kenora Thistles 1907; Montreal Wanderers 1908 {2}
  • Horne, George – Montreal Maroons 1926 {1} – 1926 – played 13 regular season games, qualified to be on cup, left off for not playing in the playoffs.
  • Horner, Charlies – Montreal Shamrocks 1899-1900 {2} – 1900 dressed in finals, but did not play.
  • Horner, Reginald "Red" – Toronto Maple Leafs 1932 {1}
  • Hornqvist, Patric - Pittsburgh Penguins 2016-17 {2}
  • Horton, Nathan – Boston Bruins 2011 {1}
  • Horton, Miles "Tim" – Toronto Maple Leafs 1962-63-64-67 {4}
  • Hossa, Marian – Chicago Blackhawks 2010-13-15 {3}
  • Houle, Rejean – Montreal Canadiens 1971-73-77-78-79 {5}
  • Howard, Tom "Attie" – Winnipeg Victorias 1896 {1}
  • Howatt, Garry – New York Islanders 1980-81 {2}
  • Howe, Gordie "Mr. Hockey" – Detroit Red Wings 1950-52-54-55 {4}
  • Howe, Syd – Detroit Red Wings 1936-37-43 {3}
  • Hrdina, Jiri – Calgary Flames 1989; Pittsburgh Penguins 1991-92 {3}
  • Hrkac, Tony – Dallas Stars 1999 {1}
  • Huddy, Charlie – Edmonton Oilers 1984-85-87-88-90 {5}
  • Hudler, Jiri – Detroit Red Wings 2008 {1}
  • Hudson, Mike – New York Rangers 1994 {1}
  • Huet, Cristobal – Chicago Blackhawks 2010 {1}
  • Hughes, Pat – Montreal Canadiens 1979; Edmonton Oilers 1984-85 {3}
  • Hull, Bobby "Golden Jet" – Chicago Black Hawks 1961 {1}
  • Hull, Brett "Golden" – Dallas Stars 1999; Detroit Red Wings 2002 {2}
  • Hutton, Carter – Chicago Blackhawks 2013 {1} – 2013 – played one regular season game, dressed for 1st 5 playoffs games, but did not play. Name left cup off for not dressing during the finals.
  • Hunter, Dave – Edmonton Oilers 1984-85-87 {3}
  • Hunter, Mark – Calgary Flames 1989 {1}
  • Hunter, Tim - Calgary Flames 1989 {1}
  • Huskins, Kent – Anaheim Ducks 2007 {1}
  • Hutchinson, Andrew – Carolina Hurricanes 2006{1} – 2006 – played 36 regular season games, included at request of Carolina.
  • Hutton, John "Bouse" – Ottawa Silver Sevens 1903-04 {2}
  • Hyland, Harry – Montreal Wanderers 1910 {1}

– I –[edit]

  • Irving, Alex – Montreal AAA 1893-94 {2}

– J –[edit]

  • Jackman, Ric – Anaheim Ducks 2007 {1}
  • Jackson, Art – Boston Bruins 1941; Toronto Maple Leafs 1945 {2}
  • Jackson, Don – Edmonton Oilers 1984-85 {2}
  • Jackson, Harold "Hal" – Chicago Black Hawks 1938; Detroit Red Wings 1943 {2} – 1938 – played 3 regular season games, and 1 playoff game, qualified, still left off.
  • Jackson, Harvey "Busher" – Toronto Maple Leafs 1932 {1}
  • Jackson, Stan – Toronto Maple Leafs 1922 {1}
  • Jagr, Jaromir – Pittsburgh Penguins 1991-92 {2}
  • James, George – Montreal AAA 1894 {1}
  • Jarry, Tristan - Pittsburgh Penguins 2016-17 {2} - 2016 - dressed for first 2 playoff games. Left off, had not played an NHL game, or dressed in the finals - 2017 - played final regular season game, dressed for 11 playoffs games (did not play) left off for only playing 1 game, not dressing in finals.
  • Jarvis, Doug – Montreal Canadiens 1976-77-78-79 {4}
  • Jennings, Grant – Pittsburgh Penguins 1991-92 {2}
  • Jenkins, Roger "Broadway" – Chicago Black Hawks 1934-38 {2}
  • Jeffrey, Larry – Toronto Maple Leafs 1967 {1}
  • Johnson, Ernie "Moose" – Montreal Wanderers 1906-07-08-10 {4}
  • Johnson, Ivan "Ching" – New York Rangers 1928-33 {2}
  • Johnson, Tom – Montreal Canadiens 1953-56-57-58-59-60 {6}
  • Johnson, Earl "Ching" – Detroit Red Wings 1954 {1} – 1954 – Only played 1 NHL game, did not qualify, or play in the playoffs, played rest of career in minors, name on cup.
  • Johnson, Virgil – Chicago Black Hawks 1938 {1}
  • Johnston, Eddie – Boston Bruins 1970-72 {2}
  • Johnstone, Charles – Winnipeg Victorias 1896-01-02 {3}
  • Johnstone, Ross – Toronto Maple Leafs 1945 {1}
  • Joliat, Aurel – Montreal Canadiens 1924-30-31 {3}
  • Jones, Robert – Montreal Victorias 1895–96 {2}
  • Jones, Martin - Los Angeles Kings 2014 {1}
  • Jonsson, Tomas – New York Islanders 1982-83 {2}
  • Juzda, Bill – Toronto Maple Leafs 1949-51 {2}

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– L –[edit]

– M –[edit]

– N –[edit]

– O –[edit]

– P –[edit]

– Q –[edit]

– R –[edit]

– S –[edit]

– T –[edit]

– V –[edit]

– W –[edit]

  • Wakely, Ernie – Montreal Canadiens 1965-68 {2} – 1965–68 – Spare goalie for the playoff, did not play for Montreal. May have dressed for one or more playoff games, so name was put on cup.
  • Walker Jack – Toronto Blueshirts 1914; Seattle Metropolitans 1917; Victoria Cougars 1925 {3}
  • Wall, Frank – Montreal Shamrocks 1899-1900 {2}
  • Wallance, William "Reg" – Montreal Victorias 1896 {1}
  • Wallin, Niclas – Carolina Hurricanes 2006 {1}
  • Walsh, Marty – Ottawa Senators 1909-10-11 {3}
  • Walter, Ryan – Montreal Canadiens 1986 {1)
  • Walton, Mike – Toronto Maple Leafs 1967; Boston Bruins 1972 {2}
  • Wamsley, Rick – Calgary Flames 1989 {1}
  • Waud, Arthur "Toat" – Montreal AAA 1893-94 {2}
  • Ward, Aaron – Detroit Red Wings 1997-98; Carolina Hurricanes 2006 {3}
  • Ward, Cam – Carolina Hurricanes 2006 {1}
  • Ward, Jimmy – Montreal Maroons 1935 {1}
  • Wares, Eddie – Detroit Red Wings 1943 {1}
  • Wasnie, Nick – Montreal Canadiens 1930-31 {2}
  • Watson, Bryan – Montreal Canadiens 1965 {1} – 1965 – only 8 regular season games played, did not qualify but name was included.
  • Watson, Harry "Whipper" – Detroit Red Wings 1943; Toronto Maple Leafs1947-48-49-51 {5}
  • Watson, Jim – Philadelphia Flyers 1974-75 {2}
  • Watson, Joe – Philadelphia Flyers 1974-75 {2}
  • Watson, Phil – NY Rangers 1940; Montreal Canadiens 1944 {2}
  • Weiland, Ralph "Cooney" – Boston Bruins 1929-39 {2}
  • Weight, Doug – Carolina Hurricanes 2006 {1}
  • Wells, Jay – New York Rangers 1994 {1}
  • Wentworth, Cy – Montreal Maroons 1935 {1}
  • Wesley, Glen – Carolina Hurricanes 2006 {1}
  • Westfall, Ed – Boston Bruins 1970-72 {2}
  • Westgarth, Kevin – Los Angeles Kings 2012 {1} – 2012 – played 25 games, spent whole season with Los Angeles, so name was included on the cup at Los Angeles' request.
  • Westwick, Harry – Ottawa Silver Sevens 1903-04-05-06-Ottawa Senators 1909; Kenora Thistles 1907{6}
  • Wharram, Ken – Chicago Black Hawks 1961 {1}
  • Wiemer, Jim – Edmonton Oilers 1988 {1} – 1988 – played 12 regular season, and 2 games in the Conference Finals. Left off for spending most of season in the minors.
  • Whitcroft, Fred – Kenora Thistles 1907 {1}
  • White, Colin – New Jersey Devils2000–03 {1}
  • White, Frank – Ottawa Silver Sevens 1905 {1}
  • Whitney, Ray – Carolina Hurricanes 2006 {1}
  • Wiebe, Art – Chicago Black Hawks 1938 {1}
  • Williams, Jason – Detroit Red Wings 2002 {1}
  • Williams, Justin – Carolina Hurricanes 2006; Los Angeles Kings 2012-14 {3}
  • Willett, Stanley – Montreal Victorias 1896 {1}
  • Wilson, Carol "Cully" – Toronto Blueshirts 1914; Seattle Metropolitans 1917 {2}
  • Wilson, Claude – Toronto Blueshirts 1914 {1}
  • Wilson, Johnny – Detroit Red Wings 1950-52-54-55 {4}
  • Wilson, Larry – Detroit Red Wings 1950 {1}
  • Wilson, Murray – Montreal Canadiens 1973-76-77-78 {4} – 1978 – Only played 12 regular season games due to injuries, included on cup.
  • Wilson, Ross "Lefty" – Detroit Red Wings 1954 {1} – 1954 – Trainer played 16 min when regular goalie got injured on Oct 10, 1953 (on cup in 1952, 1954, 1955 as a trainer)
  • Wilson, Scott – Pittsburgh Penguins 2017 {1}
  • Winkler, Hal – Boston Bruins 1929 {1} – 1929 – spent whole season in minors, added to cup as a spare goalie in 1958.
  • Wiseman, Eddie – Boston Bruins 1941 {1}
  • Woit, Ben – Detroit Red Wings 1952-54-55 {3}
  • Wolanin, Craig – Colorado Avalanche 1996 {1}
  • Wood, E. Burke – Winnipeg Victorias 1901-02 {2}
  • Wood, Frank – Ottawa Silver Sevens 1903 {1}
  • Worsley, Gump – Montreal Canadiens 1965-66-68-69 {4}
  • Wregget, Ken – Pittsburgh Penguins 1992 {1}

– Y –[edit]

  • Yelle, Stephane – Colorado Avalanche 1996-2001 {2}
  • Young, Doug – Detroit Red Wings 1936–37 {2} – 1937 – played only 11 regular season games injured, still included.
  • Young, Scott – Pittsburgh Penguins 1991; Colorado Avalanche 1996 {2}
  • Young, Wendell – Pittsburgh Penguins 1991-92 {2}
  • Yzerman, Steve – Detroit Red Wings 1997-98-2002 {3}

– Z –[edit]

  • Zanier, Mike – Edmonton Oilers 1984 {1} – 1984 – dressed for 2 games in the finals, qualified, left off, because he had not played in the NHL.
  • Zatkoff, Jeff – Pittsburgh Penguins 2016 {1} - 2016 - spent whole season with Pittsburgh. Request to be included on cup. Regular Season 14 games played, 59 games dressed. Played 2 playoff games, dressed for first 7 games winning game #1.
  • Zeidel, Larry – Detroit Red Wings 1952 {1}
  • Zelepukin, Valeri – New Jersey Devils 1995 {1}
  • Zetterberg, Henrik – Detroit Red Wings 2008 {1}
  • Zigomanis, Mike – Pittsburgh Penguins 2009 {1} – 2009 – Only played 22 regular season games injured, included on the cup at request of Pittsburgh.
  • Zubov, Sergei – New York Rangers 1994; Dallas Stars 1999 {2}
    • *Ottawa Hockey Club (1883 to 1834) were called Ottawa Silver Sevens from 1903 to 1907. In 1908 team was renamed Ottawa Senators. They played 1934-35 season as St. Louis Eagles before folding. A new Ottawa Senators team joined the NHL in 1992. All 11 Stanley Cups won by Ottawa teams are recognized as part of the same original team.
    • *Toronto Hockey Club were formed on November 22, 1917. They were later called the Toronto Arenas. For 1919-20 NHL season, the team was renamed the Toronto St. Pats. On February 14, 1927 team name was changed to Toronto Maple Leafs. 1 cup by Arenas, 1 cup by St. Pats, and 11 cups by Maple Leafs, for a total of 13, are counted as part of the same franchise. The 1914 Toronto Blueshirts Stanley Cup in not included as part of same team even though several members of 1914 Toronto team, won cup with 1918 Toronto team.
    • *Chicago Blackhawks (Since 1926) was spelt as two words Black Hawks during the 1926-27 to 1984-85 seasons. One world Blackhawks since 1985-86 season.

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