Years Montreal Won the Stanley CupThe answer depends on if you are asking about the Stanley Cup as we know it today and the team your asking about is the Montreal Canadians. Assuming it is, Montreal won it the following years: 1929-1931 (2 in a row) 1943-1946 (2 in a row) 1952-1953 1955-1960 (5 in a row) 1964-1966 (2 in a row) 1967-1969 (2 in a row) 1970-1971 1975-1979 (4 in a row) 1985-1986 1992-1993 If you wanted just "Montreal" in general, before 1915 the Stanley Cup was the Challenge Cup and Montreal won it 19 times.Also, in 1915-1916, 1923-1924 & 1925-1926 the Montreal Canadians were PCHA & WCHL/WHL champions
As of now, the Chicago Blackhawks. They just won a cup and their roster tells it all. Toews, Keith, Sharp, Kane, and Hossa are all amazing players, and they will probably walk home with another cup soon. If your talking historically, then the Montreal Canadians. The Montreal Canadians have won 26 Stanley Cups in their whole history, and had over 16 Stanley Cups in the last 50 years, which really impressive.
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1956 to 1960
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Cam Ward in 2006 was 22 years old, however Patrick Roy was only 20 years old when he won the Stanley Cup with the Montreal Canadiens in 1986.
5 i think it was in the 1960's im not 100%
The hawks have lost a total of 7 times in the Stanley Cup final series. The first year they lost was in 1931 when they lost to the Montreal Canadiens. The next time they lost was in 1944 when they lost to the Montreal Canadiens again. In 1962 they lost to the Toronto Maple Leafs. Three years later, in 1965, the Hawks lost to the Montreal Canadiens for a third time. In 1971, the hawks were unable to take down the Montreal Canadiens for the fourth time. Two years late, 1973, the Hawks were defeated by the Montreal Canadiens for the fifth time! The last time they lost was in 1992 when they were deafeated by the Pittsburg Penguins. Lets just say the Hawks are to hot against the Montreal Canadiens in Stanley Cup final games.
They won only once in 1989. They won in the finals against the Montreal Canadiens 4-2 in the series
76 years (1917 to 1993). It might be even less as I don't know when the Habs won their first cup
1931 - Montreal defeated Chicago 3 games to 2 1944 - Montreal defeated Chicago 4 games to 0 1965 - Montreal defeated Chicago 4 games to 3 1971 - Montreal defeated Chicago 4 games to 3 1973 - Montreal defeated Chicago 4 games to 2
Maurice "The Rocket" Richard won the Stanley Cup in 1943-44, 1945-46, 1952-53, 1955-56, 1956-57, 1957-58, 1958-59 and 1959-60. He won them all with the Montreal Canadiens.
The Montreal Canadiens is the only team in NHL history to have won 5 Stanley Cups in a row. They accomplished that feat between 1956 and 1960 inclusively. They also won 4 straight cups from 1976 to 1979. Other streaks worth noting are the NY Islanders who won 4 cups in a row from 1980 to 1983. The Edmonton Oilers won 4 in 5 years (1984, 1985, 1987, 1988)The Montreal Canadiens from 1956 to 1960, winning 5 Stanley Cups.
In 2006 approximately 0.7% of Canadians 15 years and older had earned a doctorate
Canadians celebrate their new years by gathering with family and friends, playing music and lighting fireworks, drinking, and enjoying a wonderful meal.
Lord Stanley has been DEAD for years.
Stanley is a famous child scientist, age 8 years old.
55. Most of them were during the early Challenge Cup years, when the Cup was to be awarded to "the best amateur hockey team in Canada", as Lord Stanley originally intended. The last two Canadian teams to play for the Cup were the Calgary Flames and Montreal Canadiens in 1989. Calgary won in 6 games.
yes Stanley Drucker is still alive. He is 83 years old
As a matter of fact Canadians do not go to the bathroom because they have enormously large bladders which are able to hold it all in for hundreds of years.
Frederick Stanley was born on January 15, 1841 and died on June 14, 1908. Frederick Stanley would have been 67 years old at the time of death or 169 years old today.
Kim Stanley was born on February 11, 1925 and died on August 20, 2001. Kim Stanley would have been 76 years old at the time of death or 90 years old today.