2013-14 Hockey Windows Season

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  • Comeback Kings: Persistent LA hoists Stanley Cup for second time in three years
  • Century Cities: Boston (117) leads ten 100-point teams
  • Celestial Stars: MVP Crosby, 51-goal Ovechkin, Rask (Vezina), Keith (Norris)
Full Summary

Down 3-0 to San Jose in the playoff’s opening round, Los Angeles stormed back to win the series – in the first of an unprecedented three Game Seven victories on the road, including one at defending champ Chicago. Then the Kings roared past the New York Rangers in a five-game Finals for their second Stanley Cup in three seasons.

Neither finalist was the top team in their division. Boston (117 points), Anaheim (116), Colorado (112) and Pittsburgh (109) were the regular-season winners. San Jose (111), St. Louis (111) and Chicago (107) also excelled in a season with 10 teams reaching 100 points.

Pittsburgh’s Sidney Crosby won the scoring title and the MVP award. Alex Ovechkin’s 51 goals were eight more than any other scorer. Boston had the Vezina winner in Tukka Rask and the Selke winner in Patrice Bergeron. Chicago had Norris Trophy winner Duncan Keith and four goal scorers with 28 or more. Top rookie Nathan MacKinnon was one of five 20-goal men for high-flying Colorado, where Ryan O’Reilly won the Lady Byng Trophy and Patrick Roy was the league’s top coach.

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