Toronto Maple Leafs
Stanley Cup Champions 1951
Front Row L to R - Joe Klukay, Harry Watson, Tim Daly (trainer), Conn Smythe (manager/president/owner), Joe Primeau (coach), Ted Kennedy, William MacBrien (chairman/owner), George McGillach (vice-president), Clarence Hap Day (assistant coach), Max Bentley, Howie Meeker.
Middle Row - Tom Nayler (assistant trainer), Danny Lewicki, Ray Timgren, Sid Smith, Walter "Turk" Broda, Tod Sloan, Fleming Mackell, Bill Juzda, Archie Campbell (assistant trainer).
Top Row - Fern Flaman, Hugh Bolton, Cal Gardner, Jimmy Thomson, Al Rollins, Gus Mortson, Bill Barilko, John McCormack, Bob Hassard.
The 1951 Stanley Cup Final NHL championship series was contested by the Toronto Maple Leafs and the Montreal Canadiens. The Maple Leafs would win the series 4–1, with all five games going into overtime. It was the Toronto franchise's ninth Stanley Cup win and the last in a series of six wins starting in 1942.
Bill Barilko scored the Stanley Cup-winning goal at 2:53 of OT, his last goal in the NHL as he would die in a plane crash during the summer.
April 11 Montreal 2 Toronto 3 OT
April 14 Montreal 3 Toronto 2 OT
April 17 Toronto 2 Montreal 1 OT
April 19 Toronto 3 Montreal 2 OT
April 21 Montreal 2 Toronto 3 OT