Stanley Cup Champions 1960
Prince of Wales Trophy Champions 1960
Front Row L to R - Jacques Plante, Ken Reardon (Vice-President), Hartland de Montarville Molson (President & Owner), Maurice Rocket Richard, Frank J. Selke (Manager), Hector Toe Blake (Coach), Charlie Hodge
Second Row L to R - Bernie "Boom Boom" Geoffrion, Doug Harvey, Alvin Ab McDonald, Jean Béliveau, Albert Langlois, Tom Johnson, Dickie Moore
Third Row l to R - Camile DesRoches (Publicity Director), Henri Richard, Jean-Guy Talbot, Phil Goyette, Bob Turner, Marcel Bonin, Frank D. Selke (Publicity Directors)
Back Row L to R - Hector Dubois (Trainer), Andre Pronovost, Ralph Backstrom, Don Marshall, Claude Provost, Bill Hicke, Larry Aubut (Assistant Trainer)
Norris Trophy Winner - Tom Johnson
Vezina Trophy Winner - Jacques Plante
Calder Memorial Trophy Winner - Ralph Backstrom
Art Ross Trophy Winner - Dickie Moore
The 1960 Stanley Cup Final was contested by the four-time defending champion Montreal Canadiens, appearing in their tenth consecutive Final series and the Toronto Maple Leafs. The two teams had last met in the Finals the previous year. The Canadiens won the series four games to none, outscoring them 15–5, en route to being the first team since the 1952 Detroit Red Wings to go without a loss in the playoffs, and won their fifth straight Stanley Cup victory, which stands as an NHL record.
After the series Rocket Richard retired. He went out with style, finishing with his 34th final-series goal in the third game.