Stanley Cup Champions 1970
Bobby Orr, Phil Esposito, Fred Stanfield, Jim Lorentz, Derek Sanderson, Ken Hodge Sr, Johnny Bucyk, Wayne Carleton, Wayne Cashman, Garnet "Ace" Bailey, Ed Westfall, John McKenzie, Don Marcotte, Dan Schock, Bill Lesuk, Ron Murphy, Rick Smith, Dallas Smith, Bill Speer, Gary Doak, Don Awrey, Ivan Boldirev, Ted Green, John Adams, John Adams, Gerry Cheevers
Head Coach - Harry Sinden
General Manager - Milt Schmidt
Assistant General Manager - Tom Johnson
Trainer - Dan Canney
Assistant Trainer - John Forristal
President - Weston Adams Jr.
The 1970 Stanley Cup Final NHL championship series was contested by the Boston Bruins and the St. Louis Blues, appearing in their third straight finals. The Bruins were making their first appearance in the Final since 1958. The Bruins would win the series 4–0, their first Stanley Cup victory in 29 years.
Bobby Orr scored the Cup-winning goal on Glenn Hall, with an assist from Derek Sanderson, at forty seconds of the 1st overtime, and the subsequent image of Orr flying through the air, his arms raised in victory — he had been tripped by Blues' defenseman Noel Picard at the moment of shooting — is arguably the most famous and recognized Hockey image of all time.