Toronto:47-49 Montreal:56-60 Toronto:62-64 Montreal 76-79 New York Islanders: 80-83
From my knowledge, Montreal gets more snowfall than Toronto or Winnipeg. I was born in Winnipeg, raised in Toronto and visited Montreal last year. The snow in Montreal was much heavier than in Toronto and Toronto gets more snow than Winnipeg.
Yes. Montreal Canadiens with 24 Toronto Maple Leafs with 13
Toronto cuz there cooler
Red Kelly won four times with Detroit and four more with Toronto.
The Montreal Canadiens have won more Stanley Cups than any other.As of the start of the 2010-2011 season, Montreal has won 25 Cups (one won pre-NHL era), Toronto has won 13, and Detroit Red Wings have won 11.Montreal Canadiennes.
The team who won the more Stanley Cups is Canadiens of Montreal, they had won 24 Stanley Cups, but unfortunately the last Stanley Cup was in 1993!
Toronto has won more Stanley Cups, having won 13 Stanley Cups.The original Ottawa Senators have won the Stanley Cup 5 times, but the current Ottawa Senators have not yet won the Stanley cup.
The franchise known today as the Toronto Maple Leafs won the Cup in 1918 as the Toronto Hockey Club (later engraved on the Stanley Cup as the Toronto Arenas in 1947), and in 1922 as the Toronto St. Patricks.Since then, 19 more appearances.
The Montreal Canadiens have won 24 Stanley Cups.
The Montreal Canadians won more Stanley Cup victories than any other team with 24 wins.
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Strictly speaking, Toronto has won more Stanley Cups, having won the Stanley Cup when it was a challenge cup before the formation of the NHL. The Detroit Red Wings have won 13 Stanley Cups, while the number of Stanley Cups the Toronto Maple Leafs have won is disputed. They have won 11 Stanley Cups as the Maple Leafs, but also won 1 as the St. Patricks, and 1 as the Arenas before that, both precursors to the Maple Leafs. Before that, the Toronto Hockey Club won the Stanley Cup as a challenge cup.
This depends on if you count all 13 of the Maple Leafs' Stanley Cups. The Detroit Red Wings have won 11 Stanley Cups. The Toronto Maple Leafs have won 13 Stanley Cups: 11 as the Toronto Maple Leafs, and one each as the Toronto Arenas and the Toronto St. Patricks. The name was changed from Arenas to St. Patricks in 1919 and from the St. Patricks to the Maple Leafs in 1927.
The franchise known today as the Toronto Maple Leafs won the Cup in 1918 as the Toronto Hockey Club (later engraved on the Stanley Cup as the Toronto Arenas in 1947), and in 1922 as the Toronto St. Patricks. As of 2017, they have won 11 more as the Maple Leafs.
The Toronto Maple Leafs have 13 Stanley Cup titles while the New York Rangers have 4.
Yes, the Detriot Red Wings swept the playoffs going 8-0 in 1951-52. They beat the Toronto Maple Leafs 4-0 in the first round and the Montreal Canadiens 4-0 in the Stanley Cup Final. The Montreal Canadiens did it as well in the 1959-60 playoffs going 8-0 against Chicago and Toronto. There have probably been others throughout the NHL's history as the Stanley Cup playoffs used to much shorter than what it is now. Check the related links for more.
The Montreal Canadiens. Also nick named the Habs. As the Yankees have won the most World Series in Baseball. The Montreal Canadiens have won more Stanley Cups than any other team in the NHL.
Yes!! Very much. I'm a Leafs fan and I'm always checking the score when they play Montreal, more than any other team.
From 1956 to 1973, Henri Richard won 11 Stanley Cups with the Montreal Canadiens. Jean Beliveau won 10 Stanley Cups with the Canadiens from 1956 to 1971. His name is also on the Cup another seven times as a member of Montreal's front office. Scotty Bowman holds the distinction of winning more Stanley Cup championships (9) than any other coach.
The Montreal Canadiens won the Stanley Cup five times in a row in the 1960s. Runners up, like the Islanders, have won the Stanley cup four times in a row. Nowadays, it is almost impossible to win more than one in a row because of the salary cap.The Montreal Canadiens won five consecutive Stanley Cups between the 1955-56 and 1959-60 seasons.
The Stanley Cup was first awarded decades before the NHL was created. They awarded the cup differently then. From 1892 until 1914 they did not have a round robin playoff series like they do now. The winners of series could challenge each other for the Cup. Some challenges were played in the middle of the season as long as it was approved by the Stanley Cup trustees. Therefore, there was usually more than one challenge in a season, which in turn means the Cup was awarded more than once in a season. 1893 Montreal AAA 1894 Montreal AAA 1895 Montreal Victorias 1896 Montreal Victorias 1896 Winnipeg Victorias 1897 Montreal Victorias 1898 Montreal Victorias 1899 Montreal Shamrocks 1900 Montreal Shamrocks 1901 Winnipeg Victorias 1902 Winnipeg Victorias 1902 Montreal AAA 1903 Montreal AAA 1903 Ottawa Senators 1904 Ottawa Senators 1905 Ottawa Senators 1906 Ottawa Senators 1906 Montreal Wanderers 1907 Kenora Thistles 1907 Montreal Wanderers 1908 Montreal Wanderers 1909 Ottawa Senators 1910 Montreal Wanderers 1911 Ottawa Senators 1912 Quebec Bulldogs 1913 Quebec Bulldogs 1914 Toronto Blueshirts Between 1915 and 1927, prior to the NHL taking over the Cup, they played the best of 3 or best of 5. It was usually the winner of the NHA or NHL against one of the other leagues (Western Canada Hockey League, Western Hockey League, or Pacific Coast Hockey Association). 1915 Vancouver Millionaires 1916 Montreal Canadiens 1917 Seattle Metropolitans 1918 Toronto Arenas 1919 Series Cancelled 1920 Ottawa Senators 1921 Ottawa Senators 1922 Toronto St. Pats 1923 Ottawa Senators 1924 Montreal Canadiens 1925 Victoria Cougars 1926 Montreal Maroons The NHL officially took over the Stanley Cup in the 1926-27 season and awarded it to their annual champion. 1927 Ottawa Senators 1928 New York Rangers 1929 Boston Bruins 1930 Montreal Canadiens 1931 Montreal Canadiens 1932 Toronto Maple Leafs 1933 New York Rangers 1934 Chicago Black Hawks 1935 Montreal Maroons 1936 Detroit Red Wings 1937 Detroit Red Wings 1938 Chicago Blackhawks 1939 Boston Bruins 1940 New York Rangers 1941 Boston Bruins 1942 Toronto Maple Leafs 1943 Detroit Red Wings 1944 Montreal Canadiens 1945 Toronto Maple Leafs 1946 Montreal Canadiens 1947 Toronto Maple Leafs 1948 Toronto Maple Leafs 1949 Toronto Maple Leafs 1950 Detroit Red Wings 1951 Toronto Maple Leafs 1952 Detroit Red Wings 1953 Montreal Canadiens 1954 Detroit Red Wings 1955 Detroit Red Wings 1956 Montreal Canadiens 1957 Montreal Canadiens 1958 Montreal Canadiens 1959 Montreal Canadiens 1960 Montreal Canadiens 1961 Chicago Blackhawks 1962 Toronto Maple Leafs 1963 Toronto Maple Leafs 1964 Toronto Maple Leafs 1965 Montreal Canadiens 1966 Montreal Canadiens 1967 Toronto Maple Leafs 1968 Montreal Canadiens 1969 Montreal Canadiens 1970 Boston Bruins 1971 Montreal Canadiens 1972 Boston Bruins 1973 Montreal Canadiens 1974 Philadelphia Flyers 1975 Philadelphia Flyers 1976 Montreal Canadiens 1977 Montreal Canadiens 1978 Montreal Canadiens 1979 Montreal Canadiens 1980 New York Islanders 1981 New York Islanders 1982 New York Islanders 1983 New York Islanders 1984 Edmonton Oilers 1985 Edmonton Oilers 1986 Montreal Canadiens 1987 Edmonton Oilers 1988 Edmonton Oilers 1989 Calgary Flames 1990 Edmonton Oilers 1991 Pittsburgh Penguins 1992 Pittsburgh Penguins 1993 Montreal Canadiens 1994 New York Rangers 1995 New Jersey Devils 1996 Colorado Avalanche 1997 Detroit Red Wings 1998 Detroit Red Wings 1999 Dallas Stars 2000 New Jersey Devils 2001 Colorado Avalanche 2002 Detroit Red Wings 2003 New Jersey Devils 2004 Tampa Bay Lightning 2005 NHL Lockout 2006 Carolina Hurricanes 2007 Anaheim Ducks 2008 Detroit Red Wings 2009 Pittsburgh Penguins 2010 Chicago Blackhawks 2011 Boston Bruins2012 Los Angeles Kings 2013 Chicago Blackhawks
The Montreal Canadians, they have far more Stanley Cup wins than any other team. That's because they have 24 Stanley Cup wins. The Leafs and the Red Wings have the 2nd most, with 11.
Simple answer? The Montreal Canadiens. This dates from the formation of the National Hockey League in 1917 (Toronto & Montreal were original members). More recently, the Ottawa Senators have become a fierce rival, as Ottawa has a definite advantage in regular season play, but the Leafs have won every playoff series.