Toronto Maple Leafs
Stanley Cup Champions 1932
Front Row L to R - Tim Daly (trainer), Frank J. Selke (publicity), Clarence "Hap" Day, Conn Smythe (manager/owner), Dick Irvin Sr (coach).
Middle Row - Alex Levinsky, Charlie Conacher, Andy Blair, Red Horner, Irvin "Ace" Bailey, Harvey "Busher" Jackson, Lorne Chabot.
Top Row - King Clancy, Ken Doraty, Charlie Sands, Harold "Baldy" Cotton, Joe Primeau, Bob Gracie, Bill Thoms.
The 1932 Stanley Cup finals was a best-of-five series between the New York Rangers and the Toronto Maple Leafs.
Toronto would win the series in three straight to win their first Stanley Cup as the Maple Leafs.
The championship was won at the brand new Maple Leaf Gardens on April 9, 1932.
Joe Primeau was awarded the Lady Byng Trophy.
Busher Jackson was the NHL leading scorer (points) during the season with 28 goals, 25 assists in 48 games.
Teammate Charlie Conacher and Rangers Bill Cook both scored 34 goals.
Busher Jackson was named NHL First Team All-Star and Charlie Conacher was named second Team All-Star.