No one. The Stanley Cup was not invented yet.
They last won a Stanley Cup 1975.
Each member of a Stanley Cup winning team will get one full day during which they will have sole possession of the Stanley Cup.
No one. The Stanley Cup was awarded for the first time in 1893.
The LA Kings won the Stanley Cup twice: one in 2012 and one in 2014
pitsburgh penguins one the Stanley cup because they had more heart and determinatin , plus the did not want to loose to the same team that they lost last year in the stnley cup finals
no, there were lots of them.
I'm not sure all of them but one I know is Montreal Canadians (Habs) they one the most Stanley cups in the NHL. 24 stanley cups they've also been the last canadian team to win a Stanley cup
Easy,only one Stanley Cup exists.
they have been to only one Stanley cup
No one deserves it. The Stanley Cup is earned.
The franchise has won thirteen Stanley Cup championships, eleven as the Leafs, one as the Toronto St. Patricks, and one as the Toronto Arenas.
He won one Cup with Philly in 1975.
The Vancouver Millionaires are just one group that have only won one Stanley Cup. There are various teams that have won twice, and others that have won just once.
The Toronto Arenas won one Stanley Cup in 1918.
I'm not sure if this one is the biggest scoring differential or not, but in the 1991 Stanley Cup Final game 6 the Pittsburgh Penguins beat the Minnesota North Stars 8-0 to clinch the Stanley Cup. That is the biggest that I recall
After a team wins the Stanley Cup the players each have one day during the summer with the Stanley Cup to do whatever they like after each player has gotten their turn it goes back to the hockey hall of fame in Toronto until next year.
Mario Lemieux scored five goals in one game in the 1990 Stanley Cup final.
No one has the cup. I'm pretty sure that after the summer and everyone has had their turn with it, it goes back to the place that it's stored until the Stanley Cup Finals, then it attends games 5-7.
Marc-Andre Fleury has won one Stanley Cup
Yes, Jonathan Toews captained the 2010 Chicago Blackhawks to their first Stanley Cup in 49 years. He also was awarded the Conn Smythe Award, and led the team with 29 Points (7G 22A). He is one of the few players to have one the Stanley Cup, Olympic Gold Medal, and Conn Smythe award in the course of one season.
The Stanley cup finals are a best-of-seven series, so they play the number of games needed for one team to win 4 games.