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About NHL Stanley Cup

The Stanley Cup is the oldest professional sports trophy in North America and is awarded annually to the National Hockey League (NHL) playoff champion. Here’s more information about the Stanley Cup:

History:

The Cup was donated by Lord Stanley of Preston, then the Governor General of Canada, in 1892. Originally, it was awarded to the top-ranking amateur ice hockey team in Canada. In 1926, it became the championship trophy of the NHL.

Design:

The original cup was just a bowl, about 7 inches tall. However, as the tradition of inscribing the names of the winning players, management, and club staff members on the trophy started, bands were added at the base to allow for more space. Today, the Stanley Cup has a size of about 35.25 inches tall and 34.5 pounds in weight.

The Cup has a unique characteristic: when the bottom band of the Cup gets filled with names, the oldest band is removed, and a new band is added at the bottom. The removed band is then displayed in the Vault Room at the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto, Ontario.

Winning the Cup:

To win the Stanley Cup, a team must first make it to the NHL playoffs, which includes the top teams from each of the league’s divisions along with wild card entries. The playoffs are organized in a series of best-of-seven rounds – the first round, the second round, the Conference Finals, and then the Stanley Cup Finals.

The team that wins four out of seven games in the Stanley Cup Finals is awarded the Cup. Each player and key team staff member gets their name engraved on the Cup.

Traditions:

One of the most famous traditions involves each member of the winning team getting to spend a day with the Cup during the off-season. Players often bring the Cup back to their hometowns, and it’s appeared at everything from family picnics to local landmarks to late-night TV shows.

Another tradition is the “captain’s skate” – the captain of the winning team is usually the first to skate a lap around the rink holding the Cup after the victory. This is followed by other team members taking turns hoisting and skating with the Cup.

Remember that the journey to the Stanley Cup is one of the most grueling in professional sports, with teams potentially needing to play up to 28 high-intensity games in the playoffs alone to win the championship. It’s a testament to the skill, teamwork, and endurance of the winning team.

Ticket Information

The Stanley Cup is the oldest professional sports trophy in North America and is awarded annually to the National Hockey League (NHL) playoff champion. Attending an NHL Stanley Cup Final is an exhilarating experience for hockey fans.

Availability and Purchase:

Tickets for the Stanley Cup Finals usually become available once the two teams who will be playing in the finals are determined. Season ticket holders often have priority for these tickets, followed by the general public.

You can typically buy tickets through the NHLTICKETS.US website and authorized third-party ticket vendors such as Ticketmaster, American Arenas, StubHub, or Vivid Seats. Always use trusted, reputable websites and sellers when purchasing tickets to avoid scams or counterfeit tickets.

Pricing:

Stanley Cup tickets are usually more expensive than a regular season or early playoff round tickets due to high demand and the significance of the games. Prices can vary widely based on the participating teams, the location of the game, and the seat location.

As of my last update, prices could start at a few hundred dollars for the cheapest seats and potentially go up to several thousand dollars for premium seats or VIP packages. Remember, prices can change from season to season and even from game to game, so they might be different now.

Resale Market:

If the game is sold out, you might still be able to find tickets on the resale market. However, prices on the resale market can often be significantly higher than the original prices, especially for high-demand games.

Refunds:

If a series ends before all games have been played (for example, if one team wins the first four games of a best-of-seven series), tickets for the unplayed games are generally refunded.

Top 10 Greatest NHL Teams

Here are the top 10 NHL teams with the most Stanley Cup championships:


Rank Team Stanley Cup Wins Years Won
1 Montreal Canadiens 24 1916, 1924, 1930, 1931, 1944, 1946, 1953, 1956–60, 1965, 1966, 1968, 1969, 1971, 1973, 1976–79, 1986, 1993
2 Toronto Maple Leafs 13 1918, 1922, 1932, 1942, 1945, 1947–49, 1951, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1967
3 Detroit Red Wings 11 1936, 1937, 1943, 1950, 1952, 1954, 1955, 1997, 1998, 2002, 2008
4 Boston Bruins 6 1929, 1939, 1941, 1970, 1972, 2011
5 Chicago Blackhawks 6 1934, 1938, 1961, 2010, 2013, 2015
6 Edmonton Oilers 5 1984, 1985, 1987, 1988, 1990
7 Pittsburgh Penguins 5 1991, 1992, 2009, 2016, 2017
8 New York Islanders 4 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983
9 New York Rangers 4 1928, 1933, 1940, 1994
10 New Jersey Devils 3 1995, 2000, 2003

NHL All-Time Goals Leaders

Here are the top 20 NHL leaders with the most career goals:


Rank Player Goals Years Active
1 Wayne Gretzky 894 1979–1999
2 Alexander Ovechkin 822 2002-2019
3 Gordie Howe 801 1946–1980
4 Jaromir Jagr 766 1990–2018
5 Brett Hull 741 1986–2006
6 Marcel Dionne 731 1971–1989
7 Phil Esposito 717 1963–1981
8 Mike Gartner 708 1979–1998
9 Mark Messier 694 1979–2004
10 Steve Yzerman 692 1983–2006
11 Mario Lemieux 690 1984–2006
12 Teemu Selanne 684 1992–2014
13 Luc Robitaille 668 1986–2006
14 Brendan Shanahan 656 1987–2009
15 Dave Andreychuk 640 1982–2006
16 Jarome Iginla 625 1996–2017
17 Joe Sakic 625 1988–2009
18 Bobby Hull 610 1957–1980
19 Dino Ciccarelli 608 1980–1999
20 Jari Kurri 601 1980–1998