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Historical Simulation (1947-undetermined date)

Historical mode is my favourite part of FHM, and with FHM 2 coming soon (hopefully), I thought I'd do one last historical simulation on FHM and post it here.

Pretty much, I'm playing as commissioner, not interfering with the actual management. I have expansion draft and auto-expand league on, but I have generate rookies at 17 and hold amateur draft off (something I haven't tried before). I also set trades down to 20, as it seems there are usually too many trades in the earlier seasons. I'll adjust it, and also award names, etc as the seasons go on. Since the Calder Memorial is never selected by the game, I'll make a personal selection every year.

I think that is pretty much it, so without further ado, I present to you my FHM Historical Simulation!
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1947-48 NHL Season

1947-48 NHL Season
Standings

1. Toronto Maple Leafs: 30-19-11; 71 pts
2. Montreal Canadiens: 30-20-10; 70 pts
3. Chicago Blackhawks: 22-25-13; 57 pts
4. Boston Bruins: 22-25-13; 57 pts
5. Detroit Red Wings: 22-26-12; 56 pts
6. New York Rangers: 17-28-15; 49 pts

Toronto Maple Leafs
The Toronto Maple Leafs came 1st place, and look to win a second straight Stanley Cup. Toronto was led by the line of Sid Smith (13-6-19 in 26 games), Syl Apps (20-27-47) and Bud Poile (21-31-52). Depth scoring was a major factor in Toronto's success, with Gus Bodnar (22-27-49), Harry Watson (17-25-42), and Gaye Stewart (16-25-41) making good contributions. Ted Kennedy (14-13-27) had a sleeper year, playing on the 3rd line with Stewart and Meeker, and both Apps and Bodnar emerged ahead of the wily center. Turk Broda (26-17-11, 5 shutouts, 2.61 GAA, .903 SV%) was the man in goal, and Wally Stanowski and Bill Barilko were +25 and +22 respectively. The Leafs made only 2 small transactions with Boston this season.

Montreal Canadiens
The Montreal Canadiens came second place, by just 1 point under the Maple Leafs. Led by Maurice Richard (35-20-55), who won the league goal scoring title by 10 goals, and his linemates Elmer Lach (11-49-60), and Hector "Toe" Blake (17-27-44), as well as the dominating goaltending of Bill Durnan (23-12-8, 6 shutouts, 2.18 GAA, .922 SV%), the Canadiens rolled to a +34 goal difference. Ken Mosdell also impressed, tying for 3rd on the team with 44 points, and coming 2nd in goals with 20. Doug Harvey, Ken Reardon, and Butch Bouchard formed a dominant trio on defence, combining for a +42, and 75 points. Montreal led the league for most of the season, however on March 12th, Bill Durnan was injured against the Rangers, and the Canadiens slipped behind the Leafs. Other injuries included Doug Harvey missing 10 games in February and early March. The Canadiens were not involved in any major transactions.

Chicago Blackhawks
The Chicago Blackhawks came third after a tight race with Boston and Detroit, coming in 13 points behind Montreal. With Doug Bentley (24-27-51), Max Bentley (22-45-67), and Bill Mosienko (24-20-44) leading the way on offense, and Emile Francis (22-25-13, 3 shutouts, 2.85 GAA, .902 SV%) in net the Blackhawks were clearly an offense based team. Bill Gadsby (2-27-29) led a feeble defensive core. Injuries over the course of the season included Bill Mosienko missing 4 weeks, and Roy Conacher missing 3 weeks. Chicago made only a few minor deals.

Boston Bruins
The Boston Bruins barely squeaked into the playoffs past Detroit. Woody Dumart (18-25-43), Milt Schmidt (11-23-34), and Paul Ronty (12-27-39) led a feeble offense. Frank Brimsek (15-17-13, 1 shutout, 2.86 GAA, .896 SV%), who suffered a few injuries, was the team's saving grace in many games. The team did not have single player with a positive plus minus. Murray Henderson and Pat Egan anchored a very flimsy defense.

Detroit Red Wings
The young Detroit Red Wings surprised everyone by missing the playoffs. Sid Abel (25-15-40), Gordie Howe (18-18-36), and Ted Lindsay (7-24-31) struggled to score, Bill Quackenbush and Doug McCaig were the lone bright spots on defense, and Harry Lumley (22-26-12, 6 shutouts, 2.43 GAA, .914 SV%) was the only Red Wing who impressed.

New York Rangers
The New York Rangers were the worst in the NHL, and didn't even have a player with 40 points. Cal Gardner (19-20-39) was the closest. Frank Eddolls (3-22-25) was a +16, and the lone good player for New York, although Chuck Rayner (17-28-15, 1 shutout, 2.67 GAA, .910) had an alright season.

Awards
Art Ross: Max Bentley, CHI - 67 points
Hart Memorial Trophy: Max Bentley, CHI - 67 points
Vezina Trophy: Bill Durnan, MTL - 93 GA
Calder Memorial Trophy: Paul Ronty, BOS - 39 points
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1947-48 NHL Playoffs

1947-48 NHL Playoffs

Round 1

Toronto Maple Leafs vs Boston Bruins
*Series Notes
Boston won the regular season series 7-4-1.
Frank Brimsek is still injured, so Gordie Bell will start in goal for Boston.

Game 1 - Toronto, ON (5-4 TOR)
Gallinger, Taylor, and Crawford make it 3-0 for Boston after twenty minutes. Kenny Smith makes it 4-0 for Boston after 24 minutes. Apps and Poile make it 4-2 by the end of the 2nd period. Meeker and Stewart score to tie it a 4 a piece, and then Watson scores a PP goal to win it 5-4 for Toronto. The shots are 34-22 for Toronto.

Game 2 - Toronto, ON (2-1 BOS)
Taylor and Peirson but Boston up 2-0 in the first period. In the second period, Bud Poile scores on the PP to make in 1-2. The third is scoreless, and Boston ends up winning 2-1, despite being outshot 32-18.

Game 3 - Boston, MA (4-1 BOS)
Once again, Toronto is down 2-0 after the first period, with Babando and Taylor scoring for Boston. Johnny Peirson makes it 3-0 in the second period, and later in the third Billy Taylor scores his 4th goal of the series to make it 4-0. The only thing Howie Meeker's late goal does is break returning Frank Brimsek's shutout. The final score is 4-1 Boston, with the shots being 31-20 Boston.

Game 4 - Boston, MA (3-2 BOS)
Bud Poile puts Toronto in front for the first time in the series. In the second period Peirson and Carveth give Boston the lead back. Taylor makes it 3-1, and his tally is followed by a great goal from Meeker, but it isn't enough and Boston wins 3-2. The shots are 31-23 for Boston.

Game 5 - Toronto, ON (4-3 BOS)
Egan gives Boston a 1-0 lead, but Smith ties it for Toronto. In the second period Carveth and Crawford give Boston a 3-1 lead before Apps makes it 3-2. Boston can't keep Poile from tying it late in the third, and the game goes to OT. Midway through overtime, Billy Taylor scores his 6th goal of the series to win it 4-3 for Boston. The shots were 40-39 for Boston.

Series: 4-1 Boston

Montreal Canadiens vs Chicago Blackhawks
*Series Notes
Chicago won the regular season series 5-4-3.
Durnan is still injured, so McNeil starts for Montreal.

Game 1 - Montreal, QC (5-4 MTL)
Blake and Kaleta score a minute apart, and it is 1-1 after 20 minutes. Bouchard and Peters make it 3-1 for Montreal after 40 minutes. The 3rd period sees Gee and Doug Bentley tie it for Chicago before Reardon makes it 4-3 Montreal. Prystai then ties it again, but Fillon scores the final goal for Montreal in a 5-4 win for Les Canadiens. The shots were 35-25 Montreal.

Game 2 - Montreal, QC (2-1 CHI)
After two periods, the lone goal is a PP tally from Bill Gadsby, putting Chicago up 1-0. In the third, Butch Bouchard ties the game, but with only 46 seconds remaining, Gerry Gee wins it for Chicago. The final score is 2-1 Chicago, the shots 24-23 for Montreal.

Game 3 - Chicago, IL (4-2 CHI)
Elmer Lach gives Montreal a 1-0 lead in the first period. Kaleta ties it 54 seconds into the second period, but a shorthanded goal from Mosdell gives Montreal the lead back. With 5:58 to go, Nattrass ties the game on the power play, and then, Bill Mosienko scores 2 power play goals to give Chicago the 4-2 win. The shots are 28-26 in Montreal's favour.

Game 4 - Chicago, IL ( 2-1 MTL)
Kenny Mosdell strikes first for Montreal, putting them up 1-0 after 20 minutes. George Gee ties it for Chicago in the second period. Elmer Lach scores in the third period, and Bill Durnan stands on his head to give Montreal a 2-1 win in Game 4. The final shots are 29-28 for Chicago.

Game 5 - Montreal, WC (4-3 CHI)
Richard scores 20 seconds in for Montreal, but Olmstead and Doug Bentley make it 2-1 Chicago. Butler makes it 3-1 for Chicago in the second period before goals from Reay and Reardon tie it at 3 goals a piece. In overtime, Bill Mosienko wins it 4-3 for Chicago. The shots were 41-30 for Montreal.

Game 6 - Chicago, IL (4-3 MTL)
Red Hamill makes it 1-0 in the first period for Chicago. Harmon ties it on a second period power play, but Hamill adds a 2nd goal and Mariucci makes it 3-1. In the third period, Lach and Richard score to tie it for Montreal. Just minutes into overtime, Norm Dussualt scores a shorthanded goal for Montreal to win it 4-3. The shots are 29-24 for Montreal.

Game 7 - Montreal, QC (3-0 MTL)
Richard makes it 1-0 for Montreal with a PP marker. In the 2nd period, Richard strikes again, making it 2-0. Billy Reay adds insurance in the third period, and McNeil finishes the shutout for a 3-0 win. Montreal outshot Chicago 26-24.

Series: 4-3 Montreal

Round 2 - Stanley Cup Final
Montreal Canadiens vs Boston Bruins
*Series Notes
Montreal won the regular season series 9-1-2.
Durnan is still injured, so McNeil starts the series.

Game 1 - Montreal, QC (3-1 BOS)
Woody Dumart makes it 1-0 after twenty minutes. Taylor's 7th goal in 6 games makes it 2-0. In the third period Lund makes it 3-0 Boston. A late goal from Mosdell is not enough to spark a comeback, and Boston wins 3-1. The shots were 30-19 for Montreal.

Game 2 - Montreal, QC (5-4 MTL)
Carveth makes it 1-0 Boston, but Bouchard ties it up. Perison makes it 2-1 Boston in the second period. In a crazy third period, Dumart makes it 3-1 Boston. Lach makes it 3-2, and then Peters makes it 3-3. Babando makes it 4-3 Boston, but then Richard scores twice and Montreal wins 5-4. The shots were 34-23 Montreal.

Game 3 - Boston, MA (5-2 BOS)
Boston storms out to a 3-0 lead on the fresh, untested Durnan as Ronty, Schmidt, and Babando light him up. Durnan settles in during the second period, and goals from Lach and Reay pull Montreal within 1 goal. Lund and Ronty catch Montreal off guard with two quick goals in the third, and Montreal can't recover, losing 5-2. The shots were 32-26 Boston.

Game 4 - Boston, MA (4-1 MTL)
Gravelle, Richard, and Fillon score for Montreal, mimicking the Bruins first period in Game 3. Babando scores an impressive shorthanded goal, but Boston still trails by 2 goals following the second period. Lach scores a power play goal in the 3rd period, and Montreal wins 4-1. The shots were 34-25 Boston.

Game 5 - Montreal, QC (2-0 MTL)
Peters makes it 1-0 after twenty minutes for Montreal. Neither team scores in a deadlocked 2nd period. Montreal's Lach is able to score in the 3rd period, as Durnan leads Montreal to a 2-0 victory. The shots were 26-22 Montreal.

Game 6 - Boston, MA (3-2 MTL)
Babando gives Boston the lead, but Blake ties it quickly for Montreal. The second period is once again scoreless as neither team gives an inch. Schmidt gives Boston the 2-1 lead. With nothing to lose, Montreal goes all out on the attack, and Peters ties the game. Riding on the wave of momentum, Richard scores for Montreal, and the Habs win 3-2. The shots are 33-21 Montreal.

Series: 4-2 Montreal

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1948-49 NHL Off-season

1948-49 NHL Off-season
Trades
Chicago trades Alex Kaleta (8-7-15), and Ray Powell (n/a) to Boston for Jack McGill (0-0-0 in 11 games) and Arnie Kullman (n/a)

Toronto trades Sid Smith (13-6-19 in 26 games) and Bud Kemp (n/a) to Boston for Wally Wilson (n/a) and Johnny Harms (n/a)

Toronto trades Tim Horton (n/a) and Jack Hamilton (n/a) to Boston for Paul Ronty (12-27-39) and Ray Hannigan (n/a)

Chicago trades Emile Francis (22 wins) and Norm McAtee (n/a) to Boston for Gordie Bruce (n/a) and Jack Miller (n/a)

Detroit trades Red Kelly (n/a) and Barry Sullivan (n/a) to Boston for Woody Dumart (18-25-43) and Bud Kemp (n/a)

Free Agency
Chicago signs Bobby Bauer to a 2 year deal
Toronto signs Jack Gordon to a 3 year deal
Chicago signs Jack Gelineau to a 1 year deal

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1948-49 NHL Season

1948-49 NHL Season

Standings
1. Montreal Canadiens: 30-16-14; 74 pts
2. Toronto Maple Leafs: 29-18-13; 71 pts
3. Boston Bruins: 26-23-11; 63 pts
4. Detroit Red Wings: 24-25-11; 59 pts
5. Chicago Blackhawks: 21-30-9; 51 pts
6. New York Rangers: 14-32-14; 42 pts

Montreal Canadiens
The Montreal Canadiens came 1st place this time around, building on last year's Cup success. Led once again by Richard (50-26-76), who won his first Art Ross Trophy, and scored 50 goals, the Canadiens dominated the league. Lach (19-54-73) was great, and Blake (16-32-48) kept pace. Bouchard, Reardon, and Harvey combined for a +40 and 81 points, just as good as the year before. Bill Durnan (25-11-12, 3 shutouts, 2.29 GAA, .916 SV%) was brilliant yet again.

Toronto Maple Leafs
The Toronto Maple Leafs once again upheld (along with Montreal) Canadian dominance in the standings. With Paul Ronty (15-51-66) replacing Apps down the middle, and Bud Poile (37-24-61) clicking well with the sophomore center and left wing Harry Watson (27-18-45), the Leafs were nigh unstoppable. Turk Broda (19-13-6, 6 shutouts, 2.45 GAA, .913) was dealt to Chicago, and Harvey Bennett (10-5-7, 3 shutouts, 2.73 GAA, .905 SV%) took his place. Gus Mortson and Jim Thomson emerged as the top pairing in the league, combining for a +45 and 60 points.

Boston Bruins
The Boston Bruins did well, coming into the playoff more comfortably than last season, despite losing playoff hero Billy Taylor to retirement. Johnny Peirson (26-29-55) emerged as a star goal scorer, and Milt Schmidt (23-27-50), and new addition Sid Smith (22-28-50) complemented him well. Frank Brimsek (26-23-11, 2 shutouts, 2.62 GAA, .906 SV%) was better than last year, and Backor and Egan formed a solid defensive pair.

Detroit Red Wings
The Detroit Red Wings didn't collapse this year, as added veteran Woody Dumart (23-33-56) helped stabilize the team. He replaced Ted Lindsay (15-14-29) as the top line LW, and Gerry Couture (18-23-41) moved into Gordie Howe's (14-24-38) usual spot. Between Howe and Lindsay was Jim Conacher (29-18-47), and the Red Wings had two legitimate scoring lines. Quackenbush and McCaig once again led the defense for Detroit. Harry Lumley (24-25-11, 7 shutouts, 2.68 GAA, .901 SV%) was solid in net once again.

Chicago Blackhawks
The Chicago Blackhawks were on the outside looking in this year, as their one dimensional play was their downfall. Max Bentley (28-28-56) couldn't dominate the way he did last year, maybe because Doug Bentley (18-28-46) and Bill Mosienko (14-26-40) just weren't putting his slick passes in the net as much. Roy Conacher (23-33-56) had a breakout year playing with new addition Bobby Bauer (19-19-38). On defense, Bill Gadsby (8-31-39) managed a career high in points despite playing only 50 games. Jack Gelineau (16-17-5, 4 shutouts, 2.97 GAA, .894 SV%) began the year as the goalie, but was replaced by Turk Broda (5-13-4, 1 shutout, 4.18 GAA, .894) who struggled to get used to the new surroundings.

New York Rangers
The New York Rangers came last again, mostly because they lacked any serious threats in the lineup. Chuck Rayner (14-32-14, 2 shutouts, 2.95 GAA, .903 SV%) was one of the league's top goalies, but had little support. Grant Warwick (21-23-44) led the team in points, and Buddy O'Connor (23-19-42) was the only other to breach 40 points, or 33 for that matter. Fred Shero and Bill Juzda formed a decent pair on defense.

Awards
Art Ross Trophy: Maurice Richard, MTL - 76 points
Hart Memorial Trophy: Maurice Richard, MTL - 76 points
Vezina Trophy: Bill Durnan, MTL - 103 GA
Calder Memorial Trophy: Dunc Fisher, NYR - 26 points

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1948-49 NHL Playoffs

1948-49 NHL Playoffs

Round 1

Montreal Canadiens vs Detroit Red Wings
*Series Notes
Montreal won regular season series 7-4-1

Game 1 - Montreal, QC (4-0 MTL)
Richard strikes twice on the PP in the first period. He completes the hat-trick in the second period on another PP goal. Lach assisted all 3 directly. Blake adds a 4th PP goal in the 3rd period, and Montreal wins 4-0. The shots were 30-18 Montreal.

Game 2 - Montreal, QC (3-1 DET)
Reay puts Montreal up 1-0, and then Quackenbush scores Detroit's first goal of the series to tie it 1-1. Pavelich gives Detroit a 2-1 lead in the second period. Gordie Howe makes it 3-1 in the third, and Lumley completes a spectacular game in net. The final score is 3-1 Detroit, with the shots being 32-27 for Montreal.

Game 3 - Detroit, MI (4-3 DET)
Detroit's Abel, Dumart, and Couture all score powerplay goals, as Detroit goes up 3-0 in the first on just 4 shots. Peters makes it 3-1 just before the buzzer goes to end the first. Reay scores a SH goal to open the second period and make it 3-2, but Couture answers with his 2nd goal of the game. Gravelle brings Montreal back within 1. Lumley once again stands tall in the 3rd period, and Detroit wins 4-3, despite being outshout 36-22.

Game 4 - Detroit, MI (3-2 MTL)
Gravelle starts where he left off and opens the scoring. Howe and Lach trade goals in the 2nd period, then Abel and Richard trade goals in the 3rd. Montreal wins 3-2, and ties the series at 2 games a piece. Detroit outshoots Montreal 28-25.

Game 5 - Montreal, QC (3-2 DET)
Couture strikes again, giving Detroit an early lead. Mosdell ties it in the 2nd period. Howe and Lach trade 3rd period goals, sending it to OT. Dumart beats Durnan in OT and Detroit wins 3-2. Montreal shoots 33 to the 30 of Detroit.

Game 6 - Detroit, MI (6-4 MTL)
Conacher scores on the first shot for Detroit, but Reay and Gravelle answer back for Montreal. Pavelich ties it in the 2nd period, but Richard and Harmon give Montreal a 4-2 lead before Quackenbush makes it 4-3. Richard and Gravelle each score a second, and despite McFadden's goal, Detroit loses 6-4, being outshout 35-31.

Game 7 - Montreal, QC (3-2 DET)
Dussualt and Blake score for Montreal, and Abel strikes twice for Detroit, as the teams are deadlocked after 20. The second period is scoreless, and neither team takes a chance. Conacher scores a big goal in the third, and the Lindsay-Conacher-Howe line shuts down Richard. Detroit wins 3-2, outshot by Montreal 31-26.

Series: 4-3 Detroit

Toronto Maple Leafs vs Boston Bruins
*Series Notes
Boston won regular season series 5-4-3

Game 1 - Toronto, ON (7-6 TOR)
Egan, McCormack, and Ezinicki put Boston up 3-0 within the 12:00 minute mark. Mortson, Bodnar, and Boesch all score as Toronto answer to tie the game before the end of the 1st in spectacular fashion. Pierson scores twice to start the second period, but then Poile and Boesch answer back for Toronto again. Boston ends the period up 6-5 when Carveth notches a PP goal. Jim Thomson scores a shorhanded goal to tie the game, and then former Bruin Kaleta scores to win the game 7-6 for Toronto. The shots were 30-29 Boston.

Game 2 - Toronto, ON (5-0 TOR)
Thomson, Watson, and Kaleta have Toronto up 3-0 after twenty minutes. Kaleta beats his former team for a 3rd time in the series in the second period. Poile scores the fifth goal, and Toronto wins 5-0. The shots were 39-22 Toronto.

Game 3 - Boston, MA (4-1 BOS)
Backor and Peirson give Boston a 2-0 lead heading into the 2nd period. Bodnar makes it 2-1, but Peirson strikes again against the inexperienced Harvey Bennett. Carveth scores to finish Toronto off. Bruins win 4-1, and outshoot Toronto 26-25.

Game 4 - Boston, MA (2-1 BOS)
McCormack opens the scoring. Stewart ties the game in the 2nd period. Ed Sanford scores in the 3rd period, and Boston wins 2-1, outshooting Toronto 31-20.

Game 5 - Toronto, ON (4-2 TOR)
Poile and Ronty score for Toronto, while McCormack scores another 1st period goal for Boston. Meeker scores in the 2nd, but late in the 2nd Kelly brings Boston within 1. Kaleta continues to burn Boston as he scores an insurance goal, his 4th goal in the series. Toronto wins 4-2, outshooting Boston 35-26.

Game 6 - Boston, MA (4-3 BOS)
Babando scores early on Bennett, who seems nervous outside of Maple Leaf Gardens. Ezinicki makes it 2-0, but Bodnar and Kaleta are able to tie it for Toronto. Bodnar gives Toronto a 3-2 lead in the 3rd period, but Boston pushes, and wins 4-3 on goals from Peirson and Carveth. They outshoot Toronto 29-25.

Game 7 - Toronto, ON (3-2 TOR)
Kennedy and Carveth trade goals in the first period. Neither team gives an inch in the second period. Barilko scores early in the 3rd period, but Schmidt scores to tie it, and the game goes to overtime. In the second overtime period, former Bruin Paul Ronty scores the winner, and Toronto wins 3-2, despite Boston outshooting them 50-37.

Series 4-3 Toronto

Round 2 - Stanley Cup Final
Toronto Maple Leafs vs Detroit Red Wings
*Series Notes
Toronto won the regular season series 8-1-3

Game 1 - Toronto, ON (3-1 TOR)
The first is scoreless, but in the second period Stewart, Ronty, and Bodnar each score for Toronto. Dewsbury breaks the shutout bid, but Toronto holds on and wins 3-1, outshooting the Red Wings 34-19.

Game 2 - Toronto, ON (5-1 TOR)
Bodnar, Watson and Abel each score, and Toronto leads 2-1. Meeker makes it 3-1, and then Klukay and Kennedy add insurance in the 3rd. Toronto wins 5-1, but is outshout by Detroit 27-23.

Game 3 - Detroit, MI (2-1 TOR)
Reise scores the lone first period goal, putting Detroit up 1-0. Watson ties it in the 2nd period. The third is scoreless, and this game in Detroit goes to OT. Bodnar ends it less than 8 minutes into the OT period. Toronto wins 2-1, and outshoots Detroit 33-29.

Game 4 - Detroit, MI (5-1 DET)
Couture and Conacher give Detroit a 2-0 lead. Gauthier and Kennedy trade goals in the 2nd period. Lindsay and Dumart score in the third, and Detroit smashes Toronto 5-1, despite being outshot 30-28.

Game 5 - Toronto, ON (6-4 DET)
Couture, Abel, and Dumart each score in the first, putting Detroit up 3-0 early. Howe, Abel and McFadden make it 6-0 before Boesch and Ronty can stop the bleeding. Stewart and Kennedy score in the 3rd period, but it isn't enough, and Toronto is humiliated 6-4 in front of the Toronto crowd. They outshot Detroit 38-30. Toronto fans are beginning to doubt Bennett, and fear revenge of the 1942 Finals.

Game 6 - Detroit, MI (5-2 DET)
Ronty and Pavelich trade goals in the 1st period. The second is scoreless. Detroit explodes for 4 straight goals (Pavelich, Dumart, Gauthier, and Couture) before Toronto scores a marker from Poile. Final score is 5-2 Detroit, ths shots 32-31 for the winning side.

Game 7 - Toronto, ON (4-3 DET)
Scoreless first period. Dumart opens the scoring, followed by a goal from Klukay to tie it. McFadden and Couture make it 3-1, then Bodnar makes it 3-2. Kaleta ties it early in the period, but then Dumart makes it 4-3. Detroit holds on for the 4-3 victory in not only the game, but the series, outshooting Toronto 28-27 as they do so.

Series: 4-3 Detroit

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1949-50 NHL Off-season

1949-50 NHL Off-season
Trades
Boston trades Murray Henderson (2-12-14) and Clare Martin (1-12-13) to Detroit for Ted Lindsay (5-22-27) and Larry Wilson (n/a)

Toronto trades Ernie Dickens (2-8-10) to Boston for Ed Harrison (9-16-25)

Free Agency
Chicago signs Ray Timgren to a 3 year deal
Boston signs Allan Stanley to a 3 year deal
Boston signs Ed Kryzanowski to a 3 year deal
Chicago signs Jack Evans to a 3 year deal
Boston signs Dave Creighton to a 3 year deal
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1949-50 NHL Season

1949-50 NHL Season
*70 game seasons now, opposed to 60 games the prior seasons
Standings
1. Toronto Maple Leafs: 33-23-24; 80 pts
2. Detroit Red Wings: 34-25-11; 79 pts
3. Montreal Canadiens: 31-26-13; 75 pts
4. Chicago Blackhawks: 25-28-17; 67 pts
5. Boston Bruins: 22-27-21; 65 pts
6. New York Rangers: 19-35-16; 54 pts

Toronto Maple Leafs
The Toronto Maple Leafs reassert themselves as the top regular season team in the league. Paul Ronty (20-44-64) and Bud Poile (32-21-53), who missed 10 games, are brilliant again. Kennedy (20-29-49) has a bounce-back season, and 10 Leafs finish with 30+ points. On defense Thomson (3-38-41) is spectacular. Goalies Harvey Bennett (20-13-7, 7 shutouts, 2.27 GAA, .919 SV%) and Al Rollins (13-10-7, 2 shutouts, 2.40 GAA, .906 SV%), who was acquired in a trade with Boston, are brilliant.

Detroit Red Wings
The Detroit Red Wings roll off the momentum of the Cup win and have a spectacular season. Harry Lumley (34-25-11, 9 shutouts, 2.34 GAA, .917 SV%) is fabulous, and Dumart (23-33-56), Abel (26-27-53), and Howe (20-26-46) form one of the league's most deadly lines. Stewart and Quackenbush combine for 70 points on defense.

Montreal Canadiens
The Montreal Canadiens slip to third in the league, but still have a good year. Bill Durnan (31-26-13, 6 shutouts, 2.73 GAA, .904 SV%) declines, and Richard (40-21-61), Lach (18-46-64), and Blake (15-24-39) show a little aging (at least Lach; and Blake especially). Harvey manages 40 points from the blue line, and Bouchard leads the team as a +12.

Chicago Blackhawks
The Chicago Blackhawks return to the playoffs after missing the year before, as they reform their game around goalie Turk Broda (20-21-14, 6 shutouts, 2.71 GAA, .906 SV%). Gadsby (4-25-29) leads the way on defense, and Doug (14-49-63) and Max Bentley (31-31-62) lead a refreshed offensive charge with Bill Mosienko (35-15-50).

Boston Bruins
The Boston Bruins miss the playoffs after nearly upsetting the Leafs last season. The Bruins however boast the league's two best young left wingers, with Sid Smith (25-29-54) and Ted Lindsay (13-37-50). They are mentored by long time Bruin Milt Schmidt (34-23-57). Rookie Dave Creighton (18-27-45) has a standout year. In goal, Frank Brimsek (21-22-20, 3 shutouts, 2.39 GAA, .915 SV%) is the man. Phil Samis, acquired in a trade with Toronto impresses with a team best +9.

New York Rangers
The New York Rangers find themselves hopelessly in the basement again. Ed Slowinski (32-18-50) appears out of nowhere, and Buddy O'Connor (19-21-40) struggles to captain such a weak team. Fred Shero (1-30-31) gets an impressive number of assists. Chuck Rayner (19-35-16, 4 shutouts, 2.77 GAA, .906) continues to struggle with such a weak defense and non existent offense.

Awards
Art Ross Trophy: Paul Ronty, TOR - 64 points
Hart Memorial Trophy: Maurice Richard, MTL - 61 points
Vezina Trophy: Harvey Bennett, TOR - 91 GA
Calder Memorial Trophy: Dave Creighton, BOS - 45 points
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1949-50 NHL Playoffs

1949-50 NHL Playoffs

Round 1

Toronto Maple Leafs vs Chicago Blackhawks
* Series Notes
Teams tied regular season series 6-6-2

Game 1 - Toronto, ON (5-3 TOR)
Olmstead gives Chicago the lead, but Toronto storms back with goals from Watson, Kennedy, and Kenny Smith. Conacher brings Chicago back within 1 in the 2nd period. In the third, Olmstead ties it, but Smith adds another, and Jim Thomson puts the final nail in the coffin. The final score is 5-3 Toronto, with the shots being 32-18 Chicago.

Game 2 - Toronto, ON (5-4 CHI)
Kennedy scores SH to put Toronto up 1-0 early. Chicago storms back with 3 goals from Conacher, Prystai, and Gee. Thomson brings Toronto within one in the second period. In the third, Toronto regains control, and Poile and Klukay give Toronto a 4-3 lead. Wily veteran Bob Bauer ties the game late. In overtime, Tony Licari of Chicago scores the game winning goal to tie the series, with a 5-4 victory. The shots were 41-32 Chicago.

Game 3 - Chicago, IL (4-1 TOR)
The first period is scoreless. Klukay scores the lone 2nd period goal to give Toronto a 1-0 lead. Poile and Meeker score in rapid succession, followed by a goal from Chicago's Gee. Kenny Smith gets his 3rd of the series to seal the deal. Toronto wins 4-1, outshooting Chicago 29-16.

Game 4 - Chicago, IL (3-1 CHI)
Watson gets Toronto going early. In the second period Max Bentley ties the game before Doug Bentley gives Chicago the lead. Roy Conacher adds insurance in the third period, and Chicago wins 3-1 at home, being outshot 28-26.

Game 5 - Toronto, ON (4-3 TOR)
Doug Bentley gives Chicago the early lead, despite being doubled (14-7) in shots. Mortson and Bodnar give Toronto the 2-1 lead in the 2nd period. Gee and Doug Bentley give Toronto a scare, but Poile ties the game and sends it to OT. Poile adds another goal in OT to win Game 5 for Toronto.

Game 6 - Chicago, IL (4-0 TOR)
Bodnar gives Toronto a 1-0 lead into the second period. Watson furthers the lead by 1 goal. As Chicago presses harder on attack, Kaleta and Ronty exploit the gaps, and Toronto wins 4-0, outshooting Chicago 29-27.

Series: 4-2 Toronto

Detroit Red Wings vs Montreal Canadiens
* Series Notes
Detroit won regular season series 7-5-2

Game 1 - Detroit, MI (3-1 DET)
The first period is scoreless. Howe and Dumart give Detroit a 2-0 lead, then Dussault makes it 2-1. Conacher regains the 2 goal gap for Detroit as the 40 minutes runs out. Detroit holds on in the third for a 3-1 victory, being outshot 27-22.

Game 2 - Detroit, MI (2-0 DET)
Guidolin and Quackenbush give Detroit an early 2-0 lead. The second period is scoreless, as is the third. Detroit wins 2-0, outshooting Montreal by a slim margin of 29-28.

Game 3 - Montreal, QC (4-0 MTL)
Montreal's 37 year old Blake strikes quickly, giving Montreal confidence that they can beat Lumley. Reay and Dussault add second period markers. Reardon's third period PP goal seals the deal. The Habs win 4-0, despite being outshot 26-24.

Game 4 - Montreal, QC (4-3 MTL)
Dumart strikes twice, and Guidolin adds one of his own for Detroit. The Hab's Blake and Reay score first period goals as well. Harvey ties the game in a more tame second period. Just 6 minutes before overtime, Ken Mosdell wins it 4-3 for Montreal. The shots are 32-23 for Detroit.

Game 5 - Detroit, MI (5-1 DET)
Howe and Couture give Detroit a 2-0 lead heading into the second. Reise makes it 3-0 in the second. The third period sees Gravelle score for Montreal before McFadden and Howe further embarrass a disheartened Montreal team. The final score is 5-1 Detroit, the shots 29-21 for the winning side.

Game 6 - Montreal, QC (3-2 DET)
Howe scores two goals in the first. His counterpart, Richard has yet to score in the series. He breaks the drought in the second period, but Martin makes it 3-1 soon after. Riopelle scores a late goal, but it isn't enough, and Detroit wins 3-2 on the strength of their 30 shots, and the 35 of 37 Montreal shots that Lumley kicked aside.

Series: 4-2 Detroit

Round 2 - Stanley Cup Final

Toronto Maple Leafs vs Detroit Red Wings
*Series Notes
Detroit won season series 7-6-1

Game 1 - Toronto, ON (2-0 TOR)
Meeker scores the first goal of the rematch. Watson makes it 2-0 in the second period. The Leafs hold onto that score, winning 2-0, and the shots are equal at 32.

Game 2 - Toronto, ON (3-2 TOR)
Meeker scores on the first shot for Toronto, and then Lundy ties it late. Ronty and Poile score for Toronto in the second, and Detroit gets one from Couture. The third period is once again scoreless, and Toronto wins 3-2, outshooting Detroit 34-28.

Game 3 - Detroit, MI (3-0 TOR)
Poile scores the lone 1st period goal despite 29 shots being fired. Watson scores another 2nd period marker on the PP. Watson adds another in the 3rd period, and just like last year, Toronto finds themselves leading 3-0 in the series. The final score is 3-0, and the final shots are 32-31 for Detroit.

Game 4 - Detroit, MI (6-2 DET)
Detroit's Woody Dumart scores Detroit's 3rd goal of the series to give them a 1-0 lead. Barilko and Kyle score goals sandwiched between a Howe goal and two Lundy goals, and Detroit leads 4-2 after 40 minutes. Lundy completes the hat-trick, and Pavelich rubs salt in the wounds as Toronto fans start to feel a terrible de ja vu. The final score is 6-2 Detroit, the shots 32-26 for the home side.

Game 5 - Toronto, ON (2-0 TOR)
The first period is scoreless and tight defensively. Toronto breaks the ice with a goal from Bodnar, but they do not relax. Stewart scores on the PP, and Rollins pitches his 3rd shutout of the series to give Toronto their first Stanley Cup since 1947. The final score is 2-0 Toronto with 33-30 being the shots in their favour.

Series: 4-1 Toronto
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