New York Rangers captain Bill Cook receives The Stanley Cup from NHL President Frank Calder on November 11, 1933.
Teammates Earl Seibert, Andy Aitkenhead, Ching Johnson, Frank Boucher and Bun Cook wait in line.
The Rangers did not receive The Stanley Cup until this day, almost 7 months after they won the championship on April 13, 1933 at Maple Leaf Gardens, after they defeated the Toronto Maple Leafs 3 games to 1, in the best of 5 championship.
This Championship was to be known as the "Forgotten Cup"
Bill Cook, who is presented The Stanley Cup in this photo, also scored the game winning goal in OT on the power play, for the Stanley Cup Championship.
It was the first overtime power play goal in NHL playoff history.
He also scored the game winner in game 2 of this series.