The Detroit Red Wings have made 24 appearances in the Stanley Cup. They are:193419361937194119421943194519481949195019521954195519561961196319641966199519971998200220082009note: bold stands for victoriesThey have a Stanley Cup finals record of 11-13.
They haven't won any Stanley cups, they made it to the finals once but were swept by the Detroit red wings in the 1997-1998 season
Once. The Washington Capitals made it to the Stanley Cup Finals in 1998, and were swept in 4 games by the Detroit Red Wings.
The Washington Capitals made it to the Stanley Cup Finals in 1998, and were swept in 4 games by the Detroit Red Wings.
Howe was never a member of a Stanley Cup winning team. He made the Cup Finals with the Philadelphia Flyers in 1985 and 1987 and the Detroit Red Wings in 1995.
Detroit Red Wings just made the playoffs for the last 23 years in a row
Dominik Hased won 2 Stanley Cups with the Detroit Red Wings in 2002 and 2008. Winning in 2002 made Hasek the first European starting goalie to win the Cup.
2009-2010. The Chicago Blackhawks and the Philadelphia Flyers made it that year.
Yes, many teams have been swept in the first round. None were swept in the first round of the 2012 Stanley Cup playoffs. The last team to be swept in the first round was the Phoenix Coyotes, who were swept by the Detroit Red Wings in the 2011 Stanley Cup Playoffs.
The Hartford Whalers never won the Stanley Cup. They moved to North Carolina and became the Carolina Hurricans. They made it to the Stanley Cup in 2001-2002 and lost in 5 games to the Detroit Red Wings. They made it to the Stanley Cup, again, in 2005-2006 and won against the Edmonton Oilers in 7 games.
The Detroit Tigers last made the playoffs in 2011. Prior to that, it was 2006.
The Detroit Red Wings have appeared in 24 Stanley Cup Finals winning 11 and losing 13. The first time the Wings made it to the finals was the 1933-1934 season, which they lost.1934: Lost1936: Won1937: Won1941: Lost1942: Lost1943: Won1945: Lost1948: Lost1949: Lost1950: Won1952: Won1954: Won1955: Won1956: Lost1961: Lost1963: Lost1964: Lost1966: Lost1995: Lost1997: Won1998: Won2002: Won2008: Won2009: Lost
The Whalers never made any appearances in the Stanley Cup Finals. After the team moved to North Carolina, the Hurricanes played in the Finals twice, losing in 2002 to the Detroit Red Wings and defeating the Edmonton Oilers in 2006.
The last time the Edmonton Oilers made the Stanley Cup Playoffs was in the 2005-2006 season when they made it to the Stanley Cup Finals. Since then, they have failed to make the playoffs.
Since their inception in 1974 til 2009, the Washington Capitals have qualified for the Stanley Cup playoffs, 20 times including 14 straight seasons from 1982-1995. They have appeared in the Stanley Cup Finals once, losing to the Detroit Red Wings, 4 games to 0 during the 1997-98 season.
The Bruins last made it to the Cup Final in 1990, losing to the Edmonton Oilers.
From Bob Duff in his Detroit Red Wings article in Total Hockey: The Official Encyclopedia of the National Hockey League: "Norris had been a member of the Montreal Amateur Athletic Association, a sporting club with cycling roots. The MAAA's teams were known by their club emblem and these Winged Wheelers were the first winners of the Stanley Cup in 1893. Norris decided that a version of their logo was perfect for a team playing in the Motor City and on October 5, 1932 the club was renamed the Red Wings." Coincidence or not, the new name and logo marked a turnaround in the team's fortunes. The Detroit Red Wings made the playoffs in their first season, and won their first Stanley Cup in 1936.
The Canucks last made the Stanley Cup Finals in 1994 2011
As far as Stanley Cup wins, it's the Montreal Canadiens. 24 Stanley Cup Wins, However many of these wins come when there were only six teams in the NHL. The Detroit Red Wings won a record 62 games in one season. They have also made more consistent finals appearances with 18 consecutive showings.
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Vancouver made the finals in 2011, none since then.
The Edmonton Oilers lost to the Carolina Hurricanes in 7 games in the 2006 Stanley Cup Finals.