1931 Stanley Cup Finals

1931 ice hockey championship series

The 1931 Stanley Cup finals was between the Chicago Blackhawks and the Montreal Canadiens. In the first game the Canadiens beat the Black hawks 2-1. In game two it was a 1-1 tie when in a second over time but then Johnny Gottselig scored for the Black hawks and won it 2-1. In game three in Montreal it was 2-2 until the 3rd overtime when Wentworth scored and the Blackhawks had a 2-1 series lead. In game four the Canadiens beat Chicago 4-2 and tied the series 2-2. Then the Canadieans beat the Black hawks 2-0 and won the series would take the Stanley Cup.

1931 Stanley Cup Finals
12345 Total
Chicago Black Hawks 12320 2
Montreal Canadiens 21242 3
* indicates periods of overtime.
Location(s)Chicago: Chicago Stadium (1, 2)
Montreal: Forum (3–5)
CoachesChicago: Dick Irvin
Montreal: Cecil Hart
CaptainsChicago: Ty Arbour
Montreal: Sylvio Mantha
DatesApril 3–14, 1931
Series-winning goalJohnny Gagnon (9:59, second)