1956-57 Hockey Season Roster
- Canadiens win 2nd straight Stanley Cup
- Red Wings best for regular season
- Howe, Lindsay 1-2 in scoring
After one year looking up, Detroit returned to the top of the regular-season standings for the eighth time in the last nine years. Red Wings Gordie Howe (44 goals, 89 points, league MVP) and Ted Lindsay (85 points) were the NHL’s top two scorers and Detroit out-pointed Montreal 88-82 in the 70-game season. But when Boston jolted Detroit in the playoffs, Montreal’s path to a second straight Stanley Cup was clear. Can’t get enough? Here’s more.
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