1963-64 Hockey Season Roster
- Toronto wins third straight Stanley Cup
- All playoff series go 7 games (for first time)
- Howe sets record for goals, Sawchuk for shutouts
Talk about competitive: This is fierce. Montreal won the regular season. Toronto won the Stanley Cup, but only after all three playoff series went the full seven games for the first time in NHL history. Chicago had the most goals and the league’s most explosive three goal scorers in Bobby Hull (43), Stan Mikita (39) and Ken Wharram (39). Detroit’s Gordie Howe set the record for career goals, passing Montreal’s Rocket Richard and the Red Wings’ Terry Sawchuk set the record for career shutouts, topping Montreal Hall of Famer George Hainsworth.
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