|Detroit Red Wings
In one of the more bizarre occurrences in NHL history, the New York Rangers were forced to play two of their home games in Toronto. Once again, the circus coincided with New York's playoff success. The Rangers split two games with Detroit, winning game two 3-1 and falling 4-0 in game three. New York won the next two games both in overtime, but Detroit was able to comeback in game six and then again in a thrilling overtime in game seven. The Red Wings Cup-winning goal scorer was Pete Babando, who scored the first game seven overtime goal ever. Sid Abel of Detroit led all players with five goals and seven points in the finals.
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