NHL 1966-67

1966-67 NHL Strat hockey Playoffs

1966-67 NHL HOCKEY REPLAY

Actual Results of 1966-67 season


STRAT REPLAY


The Black Hawks and the Montreal Canadiens finished 1-2 in real life, can they finish 1-2 in the Strat Hockey Replay.The Toronto Maple Leafs won it all in the playoffs, so it should be an interesting replay.

FINAL STANDINGS

TEAM WINS LOSSES TIES POINTS Real life Pts
Chicago 8 2 0 16 94
Toronto 6 3 1 13 75
Boston 4 3 3 11 44
Montreal 3 4 3 9 77
Detroit 2 5 3 7 58
Rangers 1 7 2 4 72

SCHEDULE

Chicago 2 Toronto 1
Rangers 3 at Detroit 5
Motnreal 6 at Boston 4
Montreal 2 at Chicago 5
Boston 2 at Rangers 5
Detroit 0 at Toronto 4
Chicago 4 at Rangers 1
Toronto 6 at Montreal 1
Detroit 2 at Boston 6

Detroit 0 at Chicago 8 Stan Mikita scored 4 goals and Bobby Hull had two for the Hawks
Boston 2 at Toronto 2
Rangers 1 at Montreal 2 . Jean Beliveau had both goals for the Habs to lead them to victory.
Chicago 6 at Boston 1 Phil Esposito and linemate Eric Nesterenko each had a goal and an assist to lead the Hawks. Glenn Hall was superb in net for Chicaggo
Toronto 5 at Rangers 0 Kent Douglas on the powerplay and George Armstrong scored for Toronto to give them the win. Johnny Bower stopped 23 shots (5/5 gr) for the win.
Montreal 4 at Detroit 4 Charlie Hodges stopped 29 shots and was 7/9 on goalie ratings to earn the first star. Montreal was outshot 33-24 but Hodge was terrific. Bobby Rousseau had a goal and an assist to lead the Habs attack.
Detroit 0 at Rangers 0 Eddie Giacomin and Roger Crozier were both terrific as the Wings and Rangers play to a 0-0 tie
Boston 1 at Montreal 1

Chicago 1 at Montreal 4 Henri Richard had two goals for the Habs and Rogie Vachon was solid as Montreal picks up the win.
Rangers 2 at Boston 6 Bobby Orr and Skip Krake each had two goals as the Bruins chase Cesare Maniago after two periods
Toronto 3 at Detroit 0

Montreal 0 at Toronto 1 Terry Sawchuk was the star stopping all 31 shots (4/4 goalie ratings) as the Leafs beat the Habs.
Rangers 1 at Chicago 4 Stan Mikita scored twice to lead the Hawks to a win over the visiting Rangers.
Boston 3 at Detroit 3 Ted Hampson scored with less than three minutes left to get the Wings a tie. Murray Hall chipped in two goals for the Wings.
Chicago 3 at Detroit 1 Pierre Pilote had two goals and Stan Mikita chipped in two assists as the Hawks defeat the Red Wings.
Toronto 3 at Boston 8 The Bruins explode for 5 goals in the second period to defeat the Leafs and earn a playoff spot. Bruins were led by
Murray Oliver and Ron Schock who each had three assists. Bruins Skip Krake had two goals.

Montreal 4 at NY Rangers 4 Charlie Hodge earned first star as the stopped 24 shots and 5/6 goalie ratings as the Rangers rally late on a goal by Rod Gilbert to tie the game.
Boston 3 at Chicago 2 Boston surprises the league leader Hawks as Bobby Orr scores late in the game to give the Bruins the win. Bill Goldsworthy had two goals for Boston. Orr finished with three points.
Rangers 0 at Toronto 2 Dave Keon scored twice early in the first period and that is all the Leafs needed behind the solid goaltending of Terry
Sawchuk to give them the win.
Detroit 3 at Montreal 2 Gordie Howe scores late in the third period as the Wings defeat the Habs.


Strat Playoffs- Semi Finals

AT 

Game 1. Montreal 4 at Chicago 1 Montreal jumped out to a 4-1 lead before Chicago scored two late goals to make it interesting. Ralph Backstrom, bobby Rousseau, JC Tremblay and Henri Richard scored for the Habs. Doug Mohns (pp) , Stan Mikita and Bobby Hull replied for Chicago. Saves Mon- Vachon – 15 Chi- Dejordy 28

Game 2. Chicago 1 at Montreal 0 Glenn Hall picks up the win as the Hawks and Canadiens play a close one.

#3. Montreal 3 at Chicago 4 (Overtime) Chicago wins it in overtime to win the series and make it into the finals

Chicago wins the best of three series 2-1

AT

Game 1. Boston 2 at Toronto 5 Bob Pulford had two goals and an assist and Larry Jeffrey three assists as the Leafs win game one. Bobby Orr chipped in two goals for the Bruins. Saves: Bos-Cheevers 30, Tor-Bowers- 30

Game 2. Toronto 4 at Boston 0 Toronto dominates from start to finish to win the series .

Toronto wins the best of three series 2-0

Strat Playoffs- Stanley Cup Finals

#1. Toronto 2 at Chicago 3. W- Glenn Hall L-Johnny Bower

#2. Toronto at Chicago

#3. Chicago 4 at Toronto 1 W- Glenn Hall L-Johnny Bower.


Strat Scoring Leaders

Date : 08/05/2006         S C O R I N G  L E A D E R S
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PLAYER                         TEAM   GM   G   A PTS PPG SHG   S  PM +/-    PCT GWG GTG
Stan Mikita                     CHI    5   3   8  11   0   0  15   0   9  20.00   1   0
Bobby Orr                       BOS    5   4   4   8   2   0  20   8  -1  20.00   1   0
Bobby Hull                      CHI    5   3   3   6   0   0  13   2   9  23.08   1   0
Dave Keon                       TOR    5   3   3   6   0   0  27   2   3  11.11   1   0
Pit Martin                      BOS    5   3   3   6   1   0  20   2  -2  15.00   0   1
Pierre Pilote                   CHI    5   3   3   6   1   0   6  10   5  50.00   0   0
Frank Mahovlick                 TOR    5   1   5   6   0   0  14   5   4   7.14   0   0
Phil Esposito                   CHI    5   3   2   5   1   0  21   4   1  14.29   0   0
Johnny Bucyk                    BOS    5   2   3   5   1   0  21   0   4   9.52   0   0
Ron Schock                      BOS    5   1   4   5   0   0  10   2   4  10.00   0   0
Ken Wharram                     CHI    5   1   4   5   0   0   7   2   9  14.29   0   0
Joe Watson                      BOS    5   0   5   5   0   0   2   2   4   0.00   0   0
Skip Krake                      BOS    5   4   0   4   0   0  14   0   3  28.57   0   0
Henri Richard                   MON    4   2   2   4   1   0  16   0   0  12.50   1   0
Bobby Rousseau                  MON    4   1   3   4   0   0  11   0   1   9.09   0   0
Kent Douglas                    TOR    5   3   0   3   3   0   6   0   0  50.00   1   0
Murray Hall                     DET    4   3   0   3   0   0   8   0   3  37.50   0   0
Dennis Hull                     CHI    5   2   1   3   1   0  19   4   5  10.53   1   0
Doug Mohns                      CHI    5   2   1   3   1   0  11   0  -1  18.18   1   0
Ron Stewart                     BOS    5   2   1   3   0   0  15   2   3  13.33   0   0
Bill Goldsworthy                BOS    5   1   2   3   0   0   7   2   3  14.29   0   0
Bill Hay                        CHI    5   1   2   3   0   0   8   2   3  12.50   0   0
Chico Maki                      CHI    5   1   2   3   0   0   4   0   4  25.00   0   0
Tim Horton                      TOR    5   0   3   3   0   0   9   4   1   0.00   0   0
Murray Oliver                   BOS    5   0   3   3   0   0   8   0   2   0.00   0   0
Pat Stapleton                   CHI    5   0   3   3   0   0   2   2   4   0.00   0   0
Tom Williams                    BOS    5   0   3   3   0   0  11   0   1   0.00   0   0
George Armstrong                TOR    5   2   0   2   0   0  17   6  -1  11.76   0   0
Dick Duff                       MON    4   2   0   2   0   0   3   0   3  66.67   0   0
Ted Hampson                     DET    4   2   0   2   0   0  13   0  -2  15.38   0   1
Ron Murphy                      BOS    5   2   0   2   1   0  12   4  -1  16.67   1   0
Leon Rochefort                  MON    4   2   0   2   0   0   9   0   3  22.22   0   0
Ron Ellis                       TOR    5   1   1   2   0   0  11   2   4   9.09   0   0
Don Marshall                    NYR    3   1   1   2   1   0   7   0  -2  14.29   0   0
Norm Ullman                     DET    4   1   1   2   0   0  11   0  -1   9.09   0   1
Andy Bathgate                   DET    4   0   2   2   0   0   8   2  -1   0.00   0   0
Jean Beliveau                   MON    4   0   2   2   0   0  11   2   2   0.00   0   0
Gary Bergman                    DET    4   0   2   2   0   0   6   4  -2   0.00   0   0
Ray Cullen                      DET    4   0   2   2   0   0   5   0   3   0.00   0   0
Alex Delvecchio                 DET    4   0   2   2   0   0  13   0  -1   0.00   0   0
John Ferguson                   MON    4   0   2   2   0   0  10   6  -1   0.00   0   0
Larry Jeffrey                   TOR    5   0   2   2   0   0   9   4  -2   0.00   0   0
Eric Nesterenko                 CHI    5   0   2   2   0   0  14   0  -1   0.00   0   0
J.C. Tremblay                   MON    4   0   2   2   0   0   7   0   1   0.00   0   


REAL 1966-67 NHL season

 

The 1966-67 NHL season was the 50th season of the National Hockey League. Six teams each played 70 games. Since the 1942-43 season, there had only been six teams in the NHL, but this was to be the last season of the Original Six as six more teams were added for the 1967-68 season. This season saw the addition of arguably the greatest defenceman in the game’s history, Bobby Orr of the Boston Bruins.

Regular season
The Chicago Black Hawks, who had won three Stanley Cups, finished first overall in the standings for the first time in their history, a full seventeen points ahead of the Montreal Canadiens and nineteen ahead of the Toronto Maple Leafs.

Final standings

Final standings
Note: GP = Games played, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, Pts = Points,
 GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against, PIM = Penalties in minutes 

National Hockey League  GP  W  L  T  Pts  GF  GA  PIM  
Chicago Black Hawks  70  41  17  12  94  264 170  757  
Montreal Canadiens  70  32  25  13  77  202  188 879  
Toronto Maple Leafs  70  32  27 11 75  204  211 736  
New York Rangers  70  30  28 12  72 188  189 664  
Detroit Red Wings  70  27  39  4  58  212  241 719  
Boston Bruins  70  17  43  10  44  182  253 764  

Scoring leaders
Note: GP = Games played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points 

Player  Team  GP  G  A  Pts  PIM  
Stan Mikita  Chicago Black Hawks  70  35  62  97  
Bobby Hull  Chicago Black Hawks  66  52  28  80  
Norm Ullman  Detroit Red Wings  68  26  44  70  
Ken Wharram  Chicago Black Hawks  70  31  34  65   
Gordie Howe  Detroit Red Wings  69 25 40 65   
Bobby Rousseau  Montreal Canadiens  68  19 44 63   
Phil Esposito  Chicago Black Hawks  69 21 40 61  
Phil Goyette New York Rangers  70 12 49 61  
Doug Mohns  Chicago Black Hawks  61  25 35 60  
Henri Richard  Montreal Canadiens  65 21 34 55   

Stanley Cup playoffs

The Stanley CupDespite Chicago’s impressive regular season marks, it was the third seed Toronto Maple Leafs who beat the Black Hawks 4-2 in the first round of the playoffs. Montreal beat the Rangers 4-0. The Leafs went on to win the Stanley Cup over the Montreal Canadiens four games to two; it proved to be the most recent time Toronto has won the Cup. The Leafs’ squad was renowned as the oldest ever to win a Cup final; the average age of the team was well over thirty, and four players were over forty.

Stanley Cup finals
NHL awards
Prince of Wales Trophy:  Chicago Black Hawks  
Art Ross Memorial Trophy:  Stan Mikita, Chicago Black Hawks  
Calder Memorial Trophy:  Bobby Orr, Boston Bruins  
Conn Smythe Trophy:  Dave Keon, Toronto Maple Leafs  
Hart Memorial Trophy:  Stan Mikita, Chicago Black Hawks  
James Norris Memorial Trophy:  Harry Howell, New York Rangers  
Lady Byng Memorial Trophy:  Stan Mikita, Chicago Black Hawks  
Vezina Trophy:  Glenn Hall & Denis DeJordy, Chicago Black Hawks  
Lester Patrick Trophy:  Gordon Howe, Charles F. Adams, James Norris Sr.  

 

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