1969-70 Hockey Season Roster
- Boston wins Cup for first time since ‘41
- Orr first defenseman to lead NHL in scoring
- Chicago glory: Rookie Esposito’s shutout record, Hull’s 500th goal
In the ferocious fight for four playoff spots in the East, the top five teams finished within 7 points of each other. Though Montreal’s 92 points were better than West winner St. Louis, the Canadiens were fifth in the East. For the first time, no Canadian team was in the playoffs. Scotty Bowman-coached St. Louis represented the expansion West for the third time in the franchise’s third year. Can’t get enough? Here’s more.
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