The 1964 Stanley Cup Final was contested by the defending champion Toronto Maple Leafs. And the Detroit Red Wings. For the second straight year.The Maple Leafs would win the best-of-seven series four games to three to win the Stanley Cup. There would not be another Game 7 at Maple Leaf Gardens. Thanks for visiting my listing. PICTURED FOR YOU TO SEE - NOT MINT CONDITION, BUT NOT JUNK.
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WAIT for my invoice that I adjust. The 196364 NHL season was the 47th. Of the National Hockey League. Six teams each played 70 games.Won their third consecutive Stanley Cup. By defeating the Detroit Red Wings. Four games to three in the final series. The biggest trade of the offseason took place in June, 1963, with the New York Rangers. Went to Montreal, along with Dave Balon. And minor-leaguer Len Ronson, for six-time Vezina Trophy.
Whose relationship with Canadiens' coach Toe Blake. Had seriously soured - along with Don Marshall. Of the Red Wings, who'd likewise worn out his welcome in Detroit, was traded to the Chicago Black Hawks. Who would make an immediate impact in Detroit.The former coach of the Maple Leafs who had been coaching the Buffalo Bisons. Of the American Hockey League. Was named coach of the Black Hawks, a position he would hold for a record thirteen seasons. At the league meeting on June 5, the governors noted the death of William Northey. Who had died in April at age 92, and established a memorial on behalf of Montreal Children's Hospital in Northey's name.
It was announced at the league's October 4 meeting that Ron Andrews would replace Ken McKenzie. Whose work as publisher and editor of The Hockey News. Was taking priority, as the NHL's director of publicity.Furthermore, the waiver rules were liberalized, so that a player not on the 20-man protected list submitted in June could be dispatched to the minors without clearing waivers. The 17th National Hockey League All-Star Game. Was held on October 5 in Toronto and resulted in a 3-3 tie between the Stanley Cup. Champion Maple Leafs and the NHL All-Stars. Who scored on two of Toronto's goals and assisted on the third, was named Most Valuable Player. Of the Black Hawks, the First Team All-Star center, at the time unsigned, was not permitted to play. Unusually, six All-Stars were named from the Boston Bruins. The most of any other team, although the Bruins had finished the 1963 season.
Plante made his debut as a Ranger on October 9 against Chicago. Losing 31 and being cut by an elbow from Black Hawk Johnny McKenzie. He fared no better four nights later in the home opener in Montreal against the Canadiens, losing 6-2 in the Forum. While the fans both applauded and jeered their former goaltender.While Mikita signed his contract in time for the start of the season, star defenseman Carl Brewer. Of the Maple Leafs was a holdout and claimed he was going to retire from hockey to attend the University of Toronto. Contract terms were agreed upon by the end of October. Montreal defeated the Red Wings 64 in Detroit, but the highlight of the game was Gordie Howe. Scoring his 544th goal to tie Maurice Richard's all-time career goal scoring mark and he drew a five minute ovation from the capacity crowd. Toronto defeated Montreal 63 at Maple Leaf Gardens. On October 30 in a penalty-filled game; the most prominent fight featured Canadien Terry Harper. And Maple Leaf Bob Pulford. There were two lasting consequences; Canadien goaltender Gump Worsley. In the match and was eventually replaced by Charlie Hodge. For the remainder of the season. Furthermore, on November 8, Maple Leaf Gardens became the first arena in the NHL to have separate penalty boxes installed. The first penalty shot of the season was taken on November 3, with the Canadiens defeating the Rangers 5-3 in Madison Square Garden. Having been tripped by Jean Beliveau. Of Montreal, took the shot, but Canadien goaltender Charlie Hodge made the save.
Nonetheless, the Rangers' management was not happy with the officiating of referee Vern Buffey. And called for the removal of referee-in-chief Carl Voss. A demand rejected by league president Clarence Campbell. Detroit defeated the Canadiens 30 on November 10. Famously, two longtime career records were set in this match.
Scored a shorthanded goal on Charlie Hodge. For his 545th career goal, breaking Maurice Richard. Further, Detroit netminder Terry Sawchuk. Recorded his 94th career NHL shutout, tying him with George Hainsworth.As the all-time NHL shutout leader. Howe would hold the all-time career goalscoring record for thirty seasons until broken by Wayne Gretzky.
While Sawchuk would hold the all-time shutout record for thirty-five seasons, when it was broken in 2009 by Martin Brodeur. By late November it was clear to Ranger management that Doug Harvey had lost his form entirely and was given his release. He finished out the season in the AHL with the Quebec Aces. Another career milestone fell on December 4, when Andy Hebenton.
Of the Bruins broke the all-time career iron man streak, playing in his 581st consecutive game, to surpass Johnny Wilson. He would extend the streak to 630 games, his last in the NHL, while continuing his career in the minors, where he would play ten more straight seasons without missing a match. An unusual record fell on December 12, in a Montreal-New York match won 6-4 by the Canadiens. Of Montreal and Camille Henry. Of the Rangers scored goals within a frame of eighteen seconds, setting a mark for the fastest three goals by two teams.In a game on December 22 when Montreal exploded for five goals in nine minutes of the second period in a 6-1 win against Detroit, Canadien Jean Beliveau. Scored a goal to make him the highest scoring center in league history.
Rookie Detroit goaltender Roger Crozier. Substituting for injured Terry Sawchuk, recorded his second shutout against Boston on January 7. Only 7,000 fans attended in Boston Garden. To see the last place Bruins play, chanting We shall overcome.
To register their opinion on their team's performance. On January 18, Terry Sawchuk.
S NHL career shutout record with his 95th in a 20 win over Montreal. That same night, cellar dwelling Boston staggered the Maple Leafs 110 in Toronto, Andy Hebenton. On February 1, Montreal forward Bobby Rousseau. Scored five goals against Detroit in a 93 whipping of the Red Wings, one behind the league record for a single game and the first time five goals had been scored by a player in a single match in nearly a decade. A trade rumored most of the season finally took place on February 22 when the New York Rangers traded Andy Bathgate.
Whom the Maple Leafs had coveted for some time - and Don McKenney. Ranger fans did not like the deal and in the next game chants of Muzz must go! Were heard, referring to Muzz Patrick. However, Bathgate - his days as a scoring star through - and McKenney both would be gone from Toronto by the end of the next season, while Seiling, Nevin and Brown would star for the Rangers for many years to come. Several players scored their 200th goal in the season, with Camille Henry.
Of the Rangers scoring his against Boston on October 20, Bobby Hull. Of the Black Hawks against the Rangers on December 11, Dean Prentice of the Bruins against the Hawks on December 12, as well as George Armstrong. Played every minute of all 70 games for the Boston Bruins, the last time in NHL history a goaltender played every minute of every game. The regular season title was secured by the Canadiens after Chicago, which had a substantial lead halfway through the season, played little better than. 500 hockey the rest of the way; a Habs' 2-1 win against the Rangers on the road the last game of the season was needed to nose ahead of the Black Hawks, which had never to that date finished first in the league standings.This playoffs saw exactly the same match-ups as the previous season with the two Canadian teams, Toronto. And the two American teams, Detroit. As with last season, the Maple Leafs ousted the Canadiens and the Red Wings again defeated the Black Hawks. For the first time since the league began using the best-of-seven. All three series went the full seven games. The item "STANLEY CUP FINAL 1964 April 14 DETROIT RED WINGS vs TORONTO MAPLE LEAFS PROGRAM" is in sale since Thursday, January 26, 2017. This item is in the category "Sports Mem, Cards & Fan Shop\Sports Trading Cards\Ice Hockey Cards".1" and is located in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
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