Led by hockey's best defenseman, Bobby Orr, the Boston Bruins faced the New York Rangers in the Stanley Cup Finals. The Rangers fought gallantly in efforts to avenge their Cup loss to Boston in 1929. Boston proved too much and won the series four games to two. Orr scored the Cup-winning goal, again, and captured his second Conn Smythe Trophy, becoming the first player to win that award twice. Orr registered eight of his 24 playoff points in the finals.
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