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Stanley Cup Champions - Challenge Cup Era (1893–1914)
... See also List of Stanley Cup challenge games The origins of the Challenge era come from the method of play of the Amateur Hockey Association of Canada prior to 1893 ... Challenge games were played until 1912 at any time during hockey season by challenges approved and/or ordered by the Stanley Cup trustees ... Date Winning team Coach Losing team Playoff format Score Winning goal March 17, 1893 Montreal Hockey Club Harry Shaw 1893 AHAC champions, no challengers ...
Stanley Cup Playoffs - History
... its champion, generally opening up its playoff games to a much larger number of teams, including those with a losing regular season record in some years (the most ... two halves, with the top team from each half moving on to the league finals, which was a two-game total goals series in 1918 and a best-of-seven series in 1919 ... off for the NHL championship in a two-game total goals series ...
Stanley Cup Playoffs - History - NHL Takes Control of Stanley Cup
... division semifinals and finals being a two-game total goals affair and the Stanley Cup Finals a best-of-five affair ... the winner proceeding to the best-of-three Stanley Cup Finals, while the others was a two-game total goals series ... where the semifinal series became a two-game total goals affair and the Stanley Cup Finals became a best-of-five series ...

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