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Who won the Stanley Cup in game 7 in overtime in the NHL?

bill barilko


Has a Stanley cup championship ever gone to a shootout?

No the Stanley Cup has never been decided by a shoot-out. It is actually impossible because in the Stanley Cup Playoffs overtime has a different format from the regular season. In the playoffs when a game is tied at the end of regulation (3x20 min periods and score tied) the teams enter sudden death overtime (which means the first team to score wins), but the overtime is very similar to regulation play. The teams skate 5-on-5 like a normal period and the periods are 20 mins long, also like a normal period. The game continues until one team scores. This means that theoretically if no one scored the game would go on forever. The most recent memory that comes to mind is the 1996 Stanley Cup Final where Uwe Krupp of the Colorado Avalanche scored the cup-clinching overtime goal in the third period of overtime (the sixth period of the game).


Will the blackhawks win the 2011 Stanley cup?

No, they were eliminated by the Vancouver Canucks in the first round, in game 7, 5:22 in overtime.


What's the most amount of overtime periods in a single Stanley cup playoff game?

The longest NHL game was played March 24, 1936 between the Montreal Maroons and the Detroit Red Wings in the semifinals of the Stanley Cup playoffs. The game went five full overtime periods and 16:30 into the sixth overtime period before Mud Bruneteau scored for Detroit to give them a 1-0 victory. Total time of the game was 176 minutes, 30 seconds.


What score was the Montreal Canadiens last win of the Stanley Cup?

I don't know but they won in overtime

Related questions

Has there ever been an overtime goal in game 7 of the Stanley cup final?

yes.


When was the last time a Stanley Cup final game 7 went into overtime?

The last time a game 7 overtime was in 1954, the detroit red wings being the victors


Who won the Stanley Cup in game 7 in overtime in the NHL?

bill barilko


When did the Dallas Stars win the Stanley Cup?

Dallas won the Stanley cup on the the season of 1998-1999. The sixth and final game with the Buffalo Sabres started on 1999 June 19, and ended on June 20 in triple overtime. It was the longest Stanley Cup winning game ever.


What was the score of the 1996 Stanley cup championship game?

The Colorado Avalanche won the Stanley Cup in Game 4 of the Cup Finals by defeating the Florida Panthers 1-0 in triple overtime.


Did bobby baun score with a broken ankle or leg?

Yes, he scored in overtime to force a seventh game in the series. They won the next game for the Stanley Cup. Baun played in the final game as well.


Who is the only team to ever win the Stanley Cup in game seven in overtime?

Dallas Stars


Was the Stanley Cup ever won in overtime?

yes


Who won the Stanley Cup in the 1998-99 season?

The Dallas Stars won the Stanley Cup in 1998 -99 against the Buffalo Sabres in game 6 with the Stanley Cup winning goal scored by Brett Hull in overtime


Game 3 of the 2002 Stanley cup finals went into triple overtime Who score the game winning goal?

Igor Larionov scored the game winner with 5:14 left in the 3rd overtime


What was the final score of the final game in 1967 Stanley cup?

On May 2, 1967, the Toronto Maple Leafs defeated the Montreal Canadiens 3-1 in Game 6 to win their 13th Stanley Cup.


Has a Stanley cup championship ever gone to a shootout?

No the Stanley Cup has never been decided by a shoot-out. It is actually impossible because in the Stanley Cup Playoffs overtime has a different format from the regular season. In the playoffs when a game is tied at the end of regulation (3x20 min periods and score tied) the teams enter sudden death overtime (which means the first team to score wins), but the overtime is very similar to regulation play. The teams skate 5-on-5 like a normal period and the periods are 20 mins long, also like a normal period. The game continues until one team scores. This means that theoretically if no one scored the game would go on forever. The most recent memory that comes to mind is the 1996 Stanley Cup Final where Uwe Krupp of the Colorado Avalanche scored the cup-clinching overtime goal in the third period of overtime (the sixth period of the game).

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