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The intensity permeating a match-up between Boston and Montreal is derived from a lifetime of [...]More
The1945-46 season sees a number of veterans rejoining their respective teams following the [...]More
Since 1893, the top teams in Canada and the United States have battled it out for the Stanley [...]More
The Bruins kept digging with star center Milt Schmidt notching the tying marker as time wound down in the second period. It would prove to be the last puck to elude Bill Durnan, who stonewalled the visitors the rest of the way.
Lach shouldered the load in the final frame, setting the table for the Toe Blake tally that would prove to be the game-winner. The playmaking center completed his night with an assist on Dutch Hiller’s goal as the Canadiens rolled to a 6-3 victory, securing the sixth Stanley Cup Championship in team history.
Blake, runner-up to Elmer Lach among playoff scorers, became the second Canadiens player to score two Stanley Cup-winning goals and Maurice Richard, with 11 postseason points, finished third in the scoring race.