Who won the Stanley Cup in 2001 2002?

Who won the Stanley Cup in 2001 2002?

The Detroit Red Wings
The Detroit Red Wings defeated the Carolina Hurricanes on June 13, 2002, four games to one, to win their tenth championship in their history. The Hurricanes were in the Stanley Cup Final for the first time in their 23-year history, which includes their tenure as the Hartford Whalers.

Who won Stanley Cup in 2003?

New Jersey Devils2003 Stanley Cup Finals / Champion

2003 New Jersey Devils The New Jersey Devils won their third Stanley Cup in nine seasons after defeating Anaheim in Game 7 of the Cup Final.

How many divisions are there in the Stanley Cup?

four division
The four division names are Atlantic, Metropolitan, Central and Pacific.

Who won Stanley Cup in 2001?

Colorado Avalanche2001 Stanley Cup Finals / ChampionThe Colorado Avalanche are a professional ice hockey team based in Denver. They compete in the National Hockey League as a member of the Central Division in the Western Conference, and play their home games at Ball Arena. Wikipedia

Is there a replica Stanley Cup?

Do teams get a copy of the Stanley Cup? No, there are no more Stanley Cups being replicated. In other major sports like MLB, NBA, and the NFL each team is given a replica of their respective trophy, but not in the NHL.

Who won the Stanley in 2005?

Carolina Hurricanes
Stanley Cup

Season Lg Team
2008-09 NHL Pittsburgh Penguins
2007-08 NHL Detroit Red Wings
2006-07 NHL Anaheim Ducks
2005-06 NHL Carolina Hurricanes

Why was there no Stanley Cup in 2005?

The 2004–05 NHL lockout was a labor lockout that resulted in the cancellation of the National Hockey League (NHL) season, which would have been its 88th season of play. The main dispute was the league’s desire to implement a salary cap to limit expenditure on player salaries.