Many teams have never won the Stanley Cup.
The Blues have never won Lord Stanley's Cup :(
Here's four: The Cup, Lord Stanley's Cup, The Holy Grail, or Lord Stanley's Mug.
The Stanley Cup was donated by Lord Stanley
The Stanley cup finals have only went up to 7 games and never past.
he did not buy it, the cup (trophy) was made to honour him by calling it the "Stanley Cup" to be presented to the winning NHL hockey team. It was a changle trophy that started out in the late 1800s, the NHL never started until 1917.And he did buy it back thenfor all of Canada that had hockey teams. in the Early years teams from the USA even won it a time or two
LORD STANLEY THE GOVENER GENERAL OF CANADA OFFERED THE CHALLENGE CUP OF HOCKEY TO THE WINNER OF A GAME BETWEEN TWO TEAMS , CAN'T REMEMBER THEIR NAMES, IN AROUND 1898.
Columbus, Minnesota, Vegas, Winnipeg, Arizona
Lord Stanley, in 1893
Lord Stanley founded it.
The founder of the Stanley Cup was Lord Stanley who was at the time was the Govener General of Canada
because it is named after lord stanley
Yes, the Stanley Cup was named after Fredrick Stanley (Lord Stanley of Preston). He bought the cup, and the (1,000 acre) Stanley Park in Canada, is named after Lord Stanley of Preston, the Governor General of Canada.
Lord Stanley donated the cup in 1892 at the age of 51. It cost him roughly 50 dollars to create.
The NHL expanded from six teams to twelve teams in the 1967-68. All six of the 'original' teams have won a Cup. Of the six new teams, the Los Angeles Kings and St. Louis Blues have not won a Stanley Cup. As of the 2007-08 season, they would be the oldest teams not to have won a Cup.
Los Angeles Kings won Stanley Cup in 2012
"Lord Stanley" is sometimes used as a nickname for the Stanley Cup. However, Lord Stanley was Frederick Arthur Stanley, Lord Stanley of Preston. He was appointed governor general of Canada in 1888 and served in that capacity until 1893. While in Canada his son became a hockey player and Lord Stanley grew fond of the game. He is best remembered for donating the Stanley Cup as a trophy for Canada's hockey champions and now is synonomous with the NHL champions. I suggest you Google the Stanley Cup and Lord Stanley for complete information.
Lord Frederick Stanley (1841-1908) was a British official and MP, during the period 1888-1893 General Governor of Canada. He never got to see a Stanley Cup final.
Lord Stanley came to Canada from England after he was appointed the Governor General of Canada in 1888. He became a fan of hockey and he purchased a decrotice punch bowl that was intended to be awarded to the top amateur hockey team in Canada. Lord Stanley never saw a Stanley cup championship game, nor did he ever present the Cup.
Lord Frederick Stanley was born in the UK
27 different teams