NO, Ken Mallen's name is on the Stanley Cup for winning the cup with the Vancouver Millionaire's
Your name is engraved on the Stanley Cup when the team you play for wins the National Hockey League championship for a season.
Stanley. The Stanley Cup
how many times did Mario lemieus's name appear on Stanley cup
He won 4 stanley cups all with Edmonton so he is on the Stanley cup 4 times
i think it is stanley, not really sure
The Stanley Cup, of course. But your name goes on the trophy, you get to spend some time with the Cup in your possession during the summer and the team presents you with a Championship ring. And you never lose the honor of being a Stanley Cup champion!
The Stanley Cup was donated by Lord Stanley
Only two - Mikael Samuelsson and Aaron Rome. Mikael won the 2008-2009 Stanley Cup when he was a member of the Detroit Red Wings and Aaron won it when he was a member of the Anaheim Ducks. He didn't play a game in the Stanley Cup Final so his name wasn't engraved on the Cup. However, they did include him on the Stanley Cup winning photo and gave him a Stanley Cup ring.
The Stanley Cup Is Older.
The Stanley Cup! "All hail Lord Stanley!"
41 regular season games or 1 Stanley cup final game.
40 games is all you need to get your name on the Cup
Assuming you are referring to the NHL champions, they are awarded the Stanley Cup.
For the NHL it's the Stanley cup.
Anyone on the winning team that has played one game in the Stanley Cup Finals series. So if someone gets injured in the Western Conference finals and doesn't play in the Stanley Cup final, he wlll not get his name on it. Also, the head coach gets his name on it.
Here's four: The Cup, Lord Stanley's Cup, The Holy Grail, or Lord Stanley's Mug.
Stanley Cup was created in 1893.
During the Canadiens' five straight Stanley Cups, Jaques Plante's name was only spelled right once so four times. (All the other times the Canadiens won the Stanley Cup with him his name was spelled correctly).
The question has been answered. It is on Wikipedia under the title Stanly Cup. "Twelve women have had their names engraved on the Stanley Cup. The first woman to have her name engraved on the Stanley Cup is Marguerite Norris, who won the Cup as the President of the Detroit Red Wings in 1954 and 1955. The only Canadian woman to have her name engraved on the Stanley Cup is Sonia Scurfield (born in Hafford, Saskatchewan) who won the Cup as a co-owner of the Calgary Flames in 1989. The Senior Director of Hockey Administration Charlotte Grahame's name was added in 2001 when the Colorado Avalanche won. Charlotte's son John later had his name engraved as a member of the Tampa Bay Lightning, making them the only mother-son combination to win the Stanley Cup."