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[[File:76-77NSVoy.jpg|thumb|400px|center|1976-77 champion [[Nova Scotia Voyageurs]]]]
 
 
The '''1977 Calder Cup Playoffs''' of the [[American Hockey League]] began on April 3, 1977.<ref name=calder1977>[http://www.hockeydb.com/ihdb/stats/playoffdisplay.php3?league=ahl1941&season=1977&leaguenm=AHL 1977 AHL playoff results] ''The Internet Hockey Database''. Retrieved on May 11, 2008.</ref> The top four teams in the league qualified for the playoffs and played [[Playoff format#Best-of-seven playoff|best-of-7 series]] for Semifinals. The two winners played a best-of-7 series for the [[Calder Cup]]. The Calder Cup Final ended on April 30, 1977 with the [[Nova Scotia Voyageurs]] defeating the [[Rochester Americans]] four games to two to win the Calder Cup for second consecutive year, and the third time in team history.<ref>[http://www.caldercup.com/cup/past/ Calder Cup champions] ''caldercup.com''. Retrieved on May 11, 2008.</ref>
 
The '''1977 Calder Cup Playoffs''' of the [[American Hockey League]] began on April 3, 1977.<ref name=calder1977>[http://www.hockeydb.com/ihdb/stats/playoffdisplay.php3?league=ahl1941&season=1977&leaguenm=AHL 1977 AHL playoff results] ''The Internet Hockey Database''. Retrieved on May 11, 2008.</ref> The top four teams in the league qualified for the playoffs and played [[Playoff format#Best-of-seven playoff|best-of-7 series]] for Semifinals. The two winners played a best-of-7 series for the [[Calder Cup]]. The Calder Cup Final ended on April 30, 1977 with the [[Nova Scotia Voyageurs]] defeating the [[Rochester Americans]] four games to two to win the Calder Cup for second consecutive year, and the third time in team history.<ref>[http://www.caldercup.com/cup/past/ Calder Cup champions] ''caldercup.com''. Retrieved on May 11, 2008.</ref>
   

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