Paths to the Final[edit | edit source]
The Series[edit | edit source]
After game one, the Rangers would vacate Madison Square Garden for the circus. Bill Cook would become the first player to score a Cup-winning goal in overtime. Rookie goalie Andy Aitkenhead would post the fourth shutout by a rookie in the finals.
Toronto Maple Leafs vs. New York Rangers
|April 4||Toronto||1||New York||5|
|April 8||New York||3||Toronto||1|
|April 11||New York||2||Toronto||3|
|April 13||New York||1||Toronto||0||OT|
New York wins best-of-five series 3–1.
New York Rangers 1933 Stanley Cup Champions[edit | edit source]
- 2 Cecil Dillon
- 3 Ivan Ching Johnson
- 4 Albert Babe Siebert
- 8 Cecil Dillon
- 14 Erhardt Ott Heller
- 15 Doug Brennan
- 6 Fred Bun Cook
- 9 Murray Murdoch
- 11 Gord Pettinger
- 12 Melville Butch Keeling
- Lester Patrick (Manager-Coach)
- Harry Westerby (Trainer)
- William Carey (President-Owner)†
- Richard Hojt (Vice President-Owner)†
† Left off Stanley Cup, but included on the team picture
Engraving Notes[edit | edit source]
- New York Rangers included two smaller rings on the Stanley Cup. Due to the size of the first ring, no playoff score were included. On the Second ring they honored Lester Patrick (See 1934 Chicago Black Hawks for the wording.) Lester Patrick's name was put on the Stanley Cup twice in 1934.
- The Rangers did not include President William Carey's name on the Stanley Cup. He is the only president of a Stanley Cup winning team left off the Cup, since the engraving of winning members became an annual tradition in 1924.
Gallery[edit | edit source]
Video[edit | edit source]
Arguably the most interesting NHL video of the 1930's. Game 4 highlights of all periods of play including the Cup winning goal by Bill Cook in overtime. Foster Hewitt provides the play-by-play and interviews Conn Smythe, Dick Irvin, Busher Jackson, Charlie Conacher, King Clancy and Red Horner in the dressing room during the first intermission. Horner played with a broken right hand and shows Hewitt his cast and how he was able to grip his stick. Hewitt then interviews the Rangers in their dressing room in the second intermission.
See Also[edit | edit source]
References[edit | edit source]
- NHL (2000). Total Stanley Cup. Dan Diamond & Associates.
- Podnieks, Andrew; Hockey Hall of Fame (2004). Lord Stanley's Cup. Triumph Books, 12, 50. ISBN 1–55168–261–3
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