Who played for the Stanley Cup in 1994?

Who played for the Stanley Cup in 1994?

New York Rangers
New York Rangers defeat Vancouver Canucks 4-3.

Did Rangers ever win Stanley Cup?

One of the oldest teams in the National Hockey League (NHL), the Rangers play in the Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference. The team has won the Stanley Cup, the NHL’s championship trophy, four times (1928, 1933, 1940, and 1994).

What player won a Stanley Cup with the Rangers and Devils?

Bruce Driver
Driver, #23 to the left, moments after the New Jersey Devils won the Stanley Cup in 1995.
Born April 29, 1962 Etobicoke, Ontario, Canada
Height 6 ft 0 in (183 cm)
Weight 185 lb (84 kg; 13 st 3 lb)

When did the Rangers win the Stanley Cup in 1994?

June 14, 1994
The Rangers won their first Stanley Cup in 54 years with a 3-2 Game 7 win over the Vancouver Canucks at Madison Square Garden on June 14, 1994.

What did Messier do to the Stanley Cup?

1987: After the Edmonton Oilers won their third title in four years, Mark Messier brought the Cup to his favorite club in his hometown (St. Albert, Alberta) and allowed fans to drink from it. It wound up being bent in a few places and was repaired at a local body shop before being returned to the Hockey Hall of Fame.

What happened in the 1994 Stanley Cup Finals?

The 1994 Stanley Cup Finals was the championship series of the National Hockey League ‘s (NHL) 1993–94 season, and the culmination of the 1994 Stanley Cup playoffs. It was contested between the Eastern Conference champion New York Rangers and Western Conference champion Vancouver Canucks.

What happened in the 1982 Stanley Cup Finals?

The Canucks were making the club’s second Finals appearance, their first coming during their Cinderella run of 1982, and the Rangers were making their tenth appearance, their first since 1979. The Rangers ended their record 54-year championship drought with a victory in game seven to claim the long-awaited Stanley Cup.

What happened in Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Final?

The Rangers then won game seven 2–1 on Stéphane Matteau ‘s goal in double overtime, prompting the call of “Matteau, Matteau, Matteau!” by Rangers radio announcer Howie Rose. It was Matteau’s second double overtime goal of the series.

How good were the Rangers in the 1990 Stanley Cup Finals?

The Rangers players had a decided edge in Finals experience, with seven players from the 1990 Oilers, including Messier, Glenn Anderson, Jeff Beukeboom, Adam Graves, Kevin Lowe, Craig MacTavish and Esa Tikkanen. One 1990 Oiler, Martin Gelinas, was playing for the Canucks.

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