|Detroit Red Wings
When Detroit won the Stanley Cup in 1954, team president Marguerite Norris became the first woman to have her name engraved on the Cup. It took the Red Wings seven games to defeat the Montreal Canadiens, but Detroit was able to win with a thrilling 2-1 overtime win. Tony Leswick scored the Cup-winning goal, which became only the second goal ever scored in a seventh game overtime. Another Detroit player, Pete Babando, scored the first in 1950. The Wings' Alex Delvecchio paced all scorers with six points in the finals.
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