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Nitrous: the 7677 Habs (the Canadiens' other nickname, short for "Habitants" which was the name of the original European settlers) are basically the equivalent of the 1927 Yankees. They are generally considered the greatest hockey team of all time. Their record that seasons was 60-8-12. They only lost 8 games in an 80-game season! So the start of this series is a complete shock.

A legend for the abbreviations:

-in the scoring summary, where it says "EV", that means it was an even strength goal, with 5 skaters on the ice for each team. If it says "PP", then that means it was scored on the Power Play, which is when the other team takes a 2-minute penalty and have only 4 skaters on the ice. The team with 5 skaters is referred to as being on a "power play", and the team with 4 skaters is referred to as the "short-handed" team. If you see SH beside a goal, then that means it was scored by the short-handed team.

-SOG: shots on goal. To be considered a shot on goal, you have to imagine that if the goalie was not there, then the puck would go in the net. Therefore, shots that hit the post or the crossbar, or are saved by the goalie but would have been wide of the net, are NOT considered shots on goal.

FOW: face-offs won

Blocks: shots towards the net that were blocked

Not sure how "scoring chances" are determined

PIM: penalties in minutes

PP: in the game 2 example, Detroit had one power play and did not score. Montreal had 6 power plays and did not score.

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Game 3

 
Montreal finally scored, but they were THIS close to being down 3-0!  Murray Wilson scored late in the 3rd, with Dryden on the bench, to tie the game and send it to overtime.  The Habs finally won it late in the first overtime.
 
 January 10 1955                  Detroit Olympia                    11-04-2014

                                     1   2   3   4     F
7677 Montreal        1-1-0-1         1   0   1   1     3
6566 Detroit         5-0-0-2         1   1   0   0     2

Scoring Summary
Per Time Str Team
 1 18:18  EV  Det McKenney (1), assisted by Marshall (2)
 1 19:07  PP  Mon Lafleur (1), assisted by Lemaire (1) and Shutt (1)
 2 11:03  PP  Det Bryan Watson (1), assisted by Bathgate (3) and Prentice (6)
 3 18:56  EV  Mon Wilson (1), assisted by Mahovlich (1) and Lafleur (1)
 4 13:24  EV  Mon Jarvis (1), assisted by Houle (1) and Gainey (1)

Penalty Summary
Per Time Team
 1  5:29 Mon Lambert (2), 2:00 - interference
 1 10:38 Mon Risebrough (7), 2:00 - roughing
 1 10:38 Det Barkley (9), 2:00 - roughing
 1 18:32 Det MacDonald (2), 2:00 - cross checking
 1 19:53 Det Gadsby (6), 2:00 - cross checking
 2  8:52 Mon Wilson (4), 2:00 - cross checking
 2 11:27 Det Godfrey (4), 2:00 - checking from behind
 3  3:32 Det Murphy (2), 2:00 - hooking
 3 19:27 Mon Risebrough (9), 2:00 - roughing
 3 19:27 Det Howe (13), 2:00 - roughing
 4  2:16 Mon Cournoyer (2), 2:00 - hooking
 4  8:13 Mon Shutt (6), 2:00 - delay of game

                SOG 1  SOG 2  SOG 3  SOG 4  
7677 Montreal     6     10     16      4  
6566 Detroit     12      2      3      6  

                Mon        Det
SOG              36         23
FOW              31         30
FO%            50.8       49.2
Hits             23         19
Blocks            9         15
Missed Net       12         11
Shot Attempts    63         43
Scoring Chances   6          5
PIM              16         16
PP              1-4        1-4
TOA            3:18       6:48


Star 1: Mon Lafleur 1 G, 2 Pts
Star 2: Mon Jarvis 1 G
Star 3: Mon Wilson 1 G

GWG: Doug Jarvis

Notables: Mon None
          Det Crozier 33 saves


  7677 Montreal  GA SV  Save%    TOI    W  L OL   Rate
G Dryden (W)      2 21   .913  72:48    1  1  1    9.5 (-0.1)

  6566 Detroit   GA SV  Save%    TOI    W  L OL   Rate
G Crozier (OL)    3 33   .917  72:47    5  0  2    7.1 (+0.5)

 



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Game 4

 
Well, Detroit wishes they could have won game 3, because now the giant seems to have awoken and the series is tied.
 
 January 11 1955                  Detroit Olympia                    11-04-2014

                                     1   2   3     F
7677 Montreal        2-1-0-1         2   2   0     4
6566 Detroit         5-1-0-2         0   0   0     0

Scoring Summary
Per Time Str Team
 1  8:44  PP  Mon Shutt (1), assisted by Lafleur (2)
 1 11:55  PP  Mon Shutt (2), assisted by Chartraw (1)
 2  3:02  EV  Mon Lafleur (2), assisted by Robinson (1) and Shutt (2)
 2 18:53  EV  Mon Cournoyer (1), assisted by Mahovlich (2) and Bouchard (1)

Penalty Summary
Per Time Team
 1  1:32 Mon Wilson (6), 2:00 - hooking
 1  5:23 Mon Nyrop (2), 2:00 - holding
 1  7:42 Det Bathgate (4), 2:00 - hooking
 1 11:02 Det Bryan Watson (22), 2:00 - roughing
 1 14:08 Mon Risebrough (11), 2:00 - elbowing
 1 19:14 Mon Lapointe (2), 2:00 - tripping
 2  8:54 Det Godfrey (6), 2:00 - tripping
 2 11:40 Det MacGregor (4), 2:00 - hooking
 3  3:05 Det Prentice (6), 2:00 - hooking
 3  4:43 Det Ullman (4), 2:00 - tripping

                SOG 1  SOG 2  SOG 3  
7677 Montreal    10      8      5  
6566 Detroit     19      4      7  

                Mon        Det
SOG              23         30
FOW              25         24
FO%            51.0       49.0
Hits             20         12
Blocks           15         12
Missed Net        8         10
Shot Attempts    43         55
Scoring Chances   9          4
PIM               8         12
PP              2-6        0-4
TOA            4:12       6:32

Injuries: Mahovlich(Mon)-game 

Star 1: Mon Dryden 30 saves
Star 2: Mon Shutt 2 G, 3 Pts
Star 3: Mon Lafleur 1 G, 2 Pts

GWG: Steve Shutt

Notables: Mon Dryden 30 saves
          Det None


  7677 Montreal  GA SV  Save%    TOI    W  L OL   Rate
G Dryden (W)      0 30  1.000  60:00    2  1  1    9.0 (-0.6)

  6566 Detroit   GA SV  Save%    TOI    W  L OL   Rate
G Crozier (L)     4 19   .826  60:00    5  1  2    5.9 (-0.7)

 

Series tied 2-2



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I am loving this so far!!!!!!!!

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71Bruins wrote:

Seajaw:  We haven't had a hockey dynasty in over 25 years.  Although the Detroit Red Wings from the mid-90s to about 2010 might come close:  4 Cups in 11 seasons.  I must say that I do like the variability or parity in today's league.  You never know who's going to win it all.


Agreed.  The Oilers were the last to really be able to make that claim.  Even four Cups in 11 years is a stretch, as there are a lot of empty years in there.  Maybe even an overhaul of talent.

I believe it is a sign of the times that "dynasty" has come to be used where it is not truly applicable.  In these days of parity, it has become nearly impossible to assemble and maintain a championship-caliber club.

I think that three titles in four years (maybe five) would be the low-end accepted use, so long as the non-title years involve at least a conference championship game appearance.

But the idea (in reference to the San Francisco Giants' case) that you can be a "dynasty," when they didn't even reach the postseason in the two years between their three championships is somehow wrong.  What's "dynastic" about that?

Consecutive titles should be somewhere in the mix.



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Like the box scores, helps to bring the game to life and easy to follow. Awesome stuff 71bruins.

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Love seeing some of those old names again.



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I think that three titles in four years (maybe five) would be the low-end accepted use, so long as the non-title years involve at least a conference championship game appearance.

But the idea (in reference to the San Francisco Giants' case) that you can be a "dynasty," when they didn't even reach the postseason in the two years between their three championships is somehow wrong.  What's "dynastic" about that?

Consecutive titles should be somewhere in the mix.


 Gotta agree with you there.  I find sportswriters are so desperate to hang a label on a team, even though it doesn't quite fit.  Or they're all set to make a conclusion or prediction based on a very small sample or limited number of games.  There's a guy in our local paper where it seems that when a hockey player has ONE good game, he figures the guy is set for the season and will play that way the whole season.



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stratfan70 wrote:

Like the box scores, helps to bring the game to life and easy to follow. Awesome stuff 71bruins.


 I'm glad that you asked about posting the penalty minutes.  Because it spurred me to post the boxscores.  You're right:  just posting linescores was pretty dry.

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Game 5

 
Another 1-0 game!  The Canadiens have not scored a goal in the Forum yet!
 
 January 12 1955                  Montreal Forum                     11-04-2014

                                     1   2   3     F
6566 Detroit         6-1-0-2         0   0   1     1
7677 Montreal        2-2-0-1         0   0   0     0

Scoring Summary
Per Time Str Team
 3 16:18  EV  Det Ullman (4), assisted by Prentice (7) and Barkley (1)

Penalty Summary
Per Time Team
 1   :42 Mon Lapointe (4), 2:00 - holding
 1  5:30 Det Godfrey (
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, 2:00 - roughing
 1  5:30 Mon Chartraw (7), 2:00 - roughing
 1  7:52 Det Gadsby (11), 5:00 - fighting
 1  7:52 Mon Savard (5), 5:00 - fighting
 1 15:24 Mon Tremblay (2), 2:00 - cross checking
 1 17:49 Mon Lemaire (4), 2:00 - cross checking
 2  6:46 Mon Savard (7), 2:00 - hooking
 2  7:24 Det Harris (4), 2:00 - holding
 2  9:44 Det Barkley (11), 2:00 - tripping
 3  1:24 Mon Robinson (4), 2:00 - tripping
 3  8:50 Mon Gainey (2), 2:00 - cross checking

                SOG 1  SOG 2  SOG 3  
6566 Detroit     16      6      9  
7677 Montreal     7      8      9  

                Det        Mon
SOG              31         24
FOW              25         25
FO%            50.0       50.0
Hits             17         22
Blocks            9         13
Missed Net       12          6
Shot Attempts    56         39
Scoring Chances   7          6
PIM              13         21
PP              0-6        0-2
TOA            5:36       4:38


Star 1: Det Crozier 24 saves
Star 2: Det Ullman 1 G
Star 3: Mon Dryden 30 saves

GWG: Norm Ullman

Notables: Det None
          Mon Dryden 30 saves


  6566 Detroit   GA SV  Save%    TOI    W  L OL   Rate
G Crozier (W)     0 24  1.000  59:45    6  1  2    7.1 (+0.5)

  7677 Montreal  GA SV  Save%    TOI    W  L OL   Rate
G Dryden (L)      1 30   .968  58:25    2  2  1    8.7 (-0.9)

Detroit leads the series, 3-2


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Game 6

 
An exciting game at the Detroit Olympia.  Detroit led 1-0 after 2 and scored a power play goal in the 1st minute of the 3rd.  Just past the midpoint of the period, Guy Lapointe scored a short-handed goal to make it 2-1.  Murray Wilson then tied the game about 4 minutes later and we head to overtime again!  The Habs seem to like living dangerously.  Just 21 seconds into overtime, the Flower fired one past Roger Crozier to give Montreal the win and even the series!  Let's see if Montreal can score a goal in game 7.
 
Wowee, this is fun!
 
 January 13 1955                  Detroit Olympia                    11-05-2014

                                     1   2   3   4     F
7677 Montreal        3-2-0-1         0   0   2   1     3
6566 Detroit         6-1-0-3         0   1   1   0     2

Scoring Summary
Per Time Str Team
 2  2:21  EV  Det Howe (3), assisted by Delvecchio (4) and Smith (4)
 3   :53  PP  Det Prentice (1), assisted by Smith (5) and Bathgate (4)
 3 10:09  SH  Mon Lapointe (1), assisted by Mahovlich (3) and Houle (2)
 3 14:13  EV  Mon Wilson (2), assisted by Cournoyer (1) and Mahovlich (4)
 4   :21  EV  Mon Lafleur (3), assisted by Shutt (3) and Lemaire (2)

Penalty Summary
Per Time Team
 1  3:05 Mon Shutt (
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 1 12:43 Det Boivin (16), 5:00 - boarding
 1 13:11 Det Team, 2:00 - too many men on the ice
 2  4:28 Det Smith (4), 2:00 - delay of game
 2  9:33 Mon Lambert (4), 2:00 - roughing
 2  9:33 Det MacDonald (4), 2:00 - roughing
 2 12:44 Det Ullman (6), 2:00 - interference
 2 16:41 Mon Mahovlich (2), 2:00 - hooking
 2 19:11 Mon Chartraw (9), 2:00 - slashing
 3  8:09 Mon Robinson (6), 2:00 - tripping
 3 10:45 Mon Gainey (4), 2:00 - roughing
 3 10:45 Det Barkley (13), 2:00 - roughing
 3 11:27 Det Boivin (18), 2:00 - cross checking

                SOG 1  SOG 2  SOG 3  SOG 4  
7677 Montreal    14      9     13      1  
6566 Detroit      5     14      6      0  

                Mon        Det
SOG              37         25
FOW              28         31
FO%            47.5       52.5
Hits             15          6
Blocks            6         11
Missed Net       21          9
Shot Attempts    69         40
Scoring Chances  24          4
PIM              12         15
PP              0-5        1-4
TOA            6:00       6:11


Star 1: Mon Lafleur 1 G
Star 2: Mon Lapointe 1 G
Star 3: Mon Wilson 1 G

GWG: Guy Lafleur

Notables: Mon None
          Det Crozier 34 saves


  7677 Montreal  GA SV  Save%    TOI    W  L OL   Rate
G Dryden (W)      2 23   .920  60:21    3  2  1    9.2 (-0.4)

  6566 Detroit   GA SV  Save%    TOI    W  L OL   Rate
G Crozier (OL)    3 34   .919  60:21    6  1  3    6.8 (+0.2)

Series tied 3-3



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Amazing!

Four shutouts, three games in the series have gone to OT. Five of the six games decided by a single goal.

You can't ask for more than that.

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GAME 7


Montreal finally scored on home ice, and the home team finally won a game in this series.  Doug Jarvis scored a PP goal late in the 1st, and Guy Lafleur got a PP goal early in the 3rd and that's all they needed.  So these mighty Habs survived a scare and move on to round 3.
 
 January 14 1955                  Montreal Forum                     11-06-2014

                                     1   2   3     F
6566 Detroit         6-2-0-3         0   0   0     0
7677 Montreal        4-2-0-1         1   0   1     2

Scoring Summary
Per Time Str Team
 1 18:15  PP  Mon Jarvis (2), assisted by Lapointe (1) and Lambert (1)
 3  2:24  PP  Mon Lafleur (4), assisted by Lemaire (3) and Lapointe (2)

Penalty Summary
Per Time Team
 1  3:37 Det Barkley (15), 2:00 - hooking
 1 16:26 Det Murphy (4), 2:00 - interference
 1 19:51 Det Team, 2:00 - too many men on the ice
 2  5:16 Det Bryan Watson (24), 2:00 - roughing
 2 11:22 Mon Cournoyer (4), 2:00 - tripping
 2 15:58 Mon Lapointe (6), 2:00 - hooking
 3   :24 Det Howe (15), 2:00 - cross checking
 3 11:28 Mon Mahovlich (7), 5:00 - slashing

                SOG 1  SOG 2  SOG 3  
6566 Detroit      3     10      8  
7677 Montreal    12     10     10  

                Det        Mon
SOG              21         32
FOW              17         24
FO%            41.5       58.5
Hits             12         25
Blocks           14         12
Missed Net       10         17
Shot Attempts    43         63
Scoring Chances   0          8
PIM               8          9
PP              0-3        2-5
TOA            6:33       8:22

Injuries: Godfrey(Det)-January 22  

Star 1: Mon Dryden 21 saves
Star 2: Mon Lafleur 1 G
Star 3: Mon Jarvis 1 G

GWG: Doug Jarvis

Notables: Det Crozier 30 saves
          Mon None


  6566 Detroit   GA SV  Save%    TOI    W  L OL   Rate
G Crozier (L)     2 30   .938  58:12    6  2  3    7.5 (+0.9)

  7677 Montreal  GA SV  Save%    TOI    W  L OL   Rate
G Dryden (W)      0 21  1.000  59:48    4  2  1    9.1 (-0.5)

7677 MONTREAL (1) defeats 6566 DETROIT (128), 4 GAMES TO 3


-- Edited by 71Bruins on Thursday 6th of November 2014 01:38:23 PM

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Tough series for the #1 seed.

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