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5+ STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONS AND THEIR HOCKEY HALL OF FAME STATUS

11 STANLEY CUP RINGS


01. Henri Richard (Montreal Canadiens) Inducted in 1979

10 STANLEY CUP RINGS

01. Jean Beliveau (Montreal Canadiens) Inducted in 1972
02. Yvan Cournoyer (Montreal Canadiens) Inducted in 1982

9 STANLEY CUP RINGS

01. Claude Provost (Montreal Canadiens)

8 STANLEY CUP RINGS

01. Maurice Richard (Montreal Canadiens) Inducted in 1961
02. Red Kelly (Detroit Red Wings; Toronto Maple Leafs) Inducted in 1969
03. Jacques Lemaire (Montreal Canadiens) Inducted in 1984

7 STANLEY CUP RINGS

01. Serge Savard (Montreal Canadiens) Inducted in 1986
02. Jean-Guy Talbot (Montreal Canadiens) 

6 STANLEY CUP RINGS

01. Jack Marshall (Winnipeg Victorias; Montreal AAA; Montreal Wanderers; Toronto Blueshirts) Inducted in 1965
02. Tom Johnson (Montreal Canadiens) Inducted in 1970
03. Bernie Geoffrion (Montreal Canadiens) Inducted in 1972
04. Doug Harvey (Montreal Canadiens) Inducted in 1973
05. Dickie Moore (Montreal Canadiens) Inducted in 1974
06. Jacques Plante (Montreal Canadiens) Inducted in 1978
07. Frank Mahovlich (Toronto Maple Leafs; Montreal Canadiens) Inducted in 1981
08. Ken Dryden (Montreal Canadiens) Inducted in 1983
09. Jacques Lapperriere (Montreal Canadiens) Inducted in 1987
10. Guy Lapointe (Montreal Canadiens) Inducted in 1993
11. Larry Robinson (Montreal Canadiens) Inducted in 1995
12. Bryan Trottier (New York Islanders; Pittsburgh Penguins) Inducted in 1997
13. Dick Duff (Toronto Maple Leafs; Montreal Canadiens) Inducted in 2006
14. Mark Messier (Edmonton Oilers; New York Rangers) Inducted in 2007
15. Glenn Anderson (Edmonton Oilers; New York Rangers) Inducted in 2008
16. Kevin Lowe (Edmonton Oilers; New York Rangers) Inducted in 2020
17. Larry Hillman (Detroit Red Wings, Toronto Maple Leafs, Montreal Canadiens)
18. Ralph Backstrom (Montreal Canadiens)

5 STANLEY CUP RINGS

01. Cy Denneny (Ottawa Senators; Boston Bruins) Inducted in 1959
02. Ted Kennedy (Toronto Maple Leafs) Inducted in 1966
03. Marcel Pronovost (Detroit Red Wings; Toronto Maple Leafs) Inducted in 1978
04. Bert Olmstead (Montreal Canadiens; Toronto Maple Leafs) Inducted in 1985
05. Guy Lafleur (Montreal Canadiens) Inducted in 1988
06. Bob Gainey (Montreal Canadiens) Inducted in 1992
07. Steve Shutt (Montreal Canadiens) Inducted in 1993
08. Harry Watson (Detroit Red Wings; Toronto Maple Leafs) Inducted in 1994
09. Jari Kurri (Edmonton Oilers) Inducted in 2001
10. Bob Goldham (Toronto Maple Leafs, Detroit Red Wings)
11. Don Metz (Toronto Maple Leafs)
12. Dollard St. Laurent (Montreal Canadiens; Chicago Black Hawks)
13. Donnie Marshall (Montreal Canadiens)
14. Bob Turner (Montreal Canadiens)
15. John Ferguson (Montreal Canadiens)
16. Terry Harper (Montreal Canadiens)
17. Ted Harris (Montreal Canadiens; Philadelphia Flyers)
18. Claude Larose (Montreal Canadiens)
19. Jimmy Roberts (Montreal Canadiens)
20. J.C. Tremblay (Montreal Canadiens)
21. Pierre Bouchard (Montreal Canadiens)
22. Rejean Houle (Montreal Canadiens)
23. Mario Tremblay (Montreal Canadiens)
24. Randy Gregg (Edmonton Oilers)
25. Charlie Huddy (Edmonton Oilers)

 

SCOTTY BOWMAN STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONSHIPS (14)
Inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1991 in the Builder Category


01. 1973 - Montreal Canadiens; Head Coach
02. 1976 - Montreal Canadiens; Head Coach
03. 1977 - Montreal Canadiens; Head Coach
04. 1978 - Montreal Canadiens; Head Coach
05. 1979 - Montreal Canadiens; Head Coach
06. 1991 - Pittsburgh Penguins; Director of Player Development
07. 1992 - Pittsburgh Penguins; Head Coach
08. 1997 - Detroit Red Wings; Head Coach
09. 1998 - Detroit Red Wings; Head Coach
10. 2002 - Detroit Red Wings; Head Coach
11. 2008 - Detroit Red Wings; Consultant
12. 2010 - Chicago Blackhawks; Senior Advisor of Hockey Operations
13. 2013 - Chicago Blackhawks; Senior Advisor of Hockey Operations
14. 2015 - Chicago Blackhawks; Senior Advisor of Hockey Operations

TOE BLAKE STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONSHIPS (11)
Inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1966 in the Player Category


01. 1935 - Montreal Canadiens; Player
02. 1944 - Montreal Canadiens; Player
03. 1946 - Montreal Canadiens; Player
04. 1956 - Montreal Canadiens; Head Coach
05. 1957 - Montreal Canadiens; Head Coach
06. 1958 - Montreal Canadiens; Head Coach
07. 1959 - Montreal Canadiens; Head Coach
08. 1960 - Montreal Canadiens; Head Coach
09. 1965 - Montreal Canadiens; Head Coach
10. 1966 - Montreal Canadiens; Head Coach
11. 1968 - Montreal Canadiens; Head Coach

PETE GREEN STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONSHIPS (10) NOT IN THE HOCKEY HALL OF FAME

01. 1903 - Ottawa Hockey Club; Trainer
02. 1904 - Ottawa Hockey Club; Trainer
03. 1905 - Ottawa Hockey Club; Trainer
04. 1906 - Ottawa Hockey Club; Trainer
05. 1909 - Ottawa Hockey Club; Head Coach
06. 1910 - Ottawa Hockey Club; Head Coach
07. 1911 - Ottawa Hockey Club; Head Coach
08. 1920 - Ottawa Senators; Head Coach
09. 1921 - Ottawa Senators; Head Coach
10. 1923 - Ottawa Senators; Head Coach

AL ARBOUR STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONSHIPS (8)
Inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1996 in the Builder Category


01. 1954 - Detroit Red Wings; Player
02. 1961 - Chicago Black Hawks; Player
03. 1962 - Toronto Maple Leafs; Player
04. 1964 - Toronto Maple Leafs; Player
05. 1980 - New York Islanders; Head Coach
06. 1981 - New York Islanders; Head Coach
07. 1982 - New York Islanders; Head Coach
08. 1983 - New York Islanders; Head Coach

HAP DAY STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONSHIPS (7)
Inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1961 in the Player Category


01. 1932 - Toronto Maple Leafs; Player
02. 1942 - Toronto Maple Leafs; Head Coach
03. 1945 - Toronto Maple Leafs; Head Coach
04. 1947 - Toronto Maple Leafs; Head Coach
05. 1948 - Toronto Maple Leafs; Head Coach
06. 1949 - Toronto Maple Leafs; Head Coach
07. 1951 - Toronto Maple Leafs; Assistant Manager

DOUG JARVIS STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONSHIPS (6) NOT IN THE HOCKEY HALL OF FAME

01. 1976 - Montreal Canadiens; Player
02. 1977 - Montreal Canadiens; Player
03. 1978 - Montreal Canadiens; Player
04. 1979 - Montreal Canadiens; Player
05. 1999 - Dallas Stars; Assistant Coach
06. 2011 - Boston Bruins; Assistant Coach

GLEN SATHER STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONSHIPS (5)
Inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1997 in the Builder Category


01. 1984 - Edmonton Oilers; Head Coach
02. 1985 - Edmonton Oilers; Head Coach
03. 1987 - Edmonton Oilers; Head Coach
04. 1988 - Edmonton Oilers; Head Coach
05. 1990 - Edmonton Oilers; General Manager

JOHN MUCKLER STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONSHIPS (5) NOT IN THE HOCKEY HALL OF FAME

01. 1984 - Edmonton Oilers; Assistant Coach
02. 1985 - Edmonton Oilers; Assistant Coach
03. 1987 - Edmonton Oilers; Assistant Coach
04. 1988 - Edmonton Oilers; Assistant Coach
05. 1990 - Edmonton Oilers; Head Coach

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Of the 23 names listed above as not being in the Hockey Hall of Fame, 9 of them deserve to be inducted.

 

5+ STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONS WHO ARE NOT IN THE HOCKEY HALL OF FAME

01. Pete Green (10 Stanley Cup Rings) DEAD - 66
02. Claude Provost (9 Stanley Cup Rings) DEAD - 50
03. Jean-Guy Talbot (7 Stanley Cup Rings) ALIVE - 90
04. Larry Hillman (6 Stanley Cup Rings) ALIVE - 85
05. Ralph Backstrom (6 Stanley Cup Rings) DEAD - 83
06. Doug Jarvis (6 Stanley Cup Rings) ALIVE - 67
07. J.C. Tremblay (5 Stanley Cup Rings) DEAD - 55
08. Charlie Huddy (5 Stanley Cup Rings) ALIVE - 63

09. John Muckler (5 Stanley Cup Rings) DEAD - 86

 

CLAUDE PROVOST (9 STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONSHIPS)
Years in NHL: 1955-1970 (15 Seasons)

01. 1956: Montreal Canadiens
02. 1957: Montreal Canadiens
03. 1958: Montreal Canadiens
04. 1959: Montreal Canadiens
05. 1960: Montreal Canadiens
06. 1965: Montreal Canadiens
07. 1966: Montreal Canadiens
08. 1968: Montreal Canadiens
09. 1969: Montreal Canadiens

JEAN-GUY TALBOT (7 STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONSHIPS)
Years in NHL: 1954-1971 (17 Seasons)

01. 1956: Montreal Canadiens
02. 1957: Montreal Canadiens
03. 1958: Montreal Canadiens
04. 1959: Montreal Canadiens
05. 1960: Montreal Canadiens
06. 1965: Montreal Canadiens
07. 1966: Montreal Canadiens

LARRY HILLMAN (6 STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONSHIPS)
Years in NHL: 1954-1973 (19 Seasons)

01. 1955: Detroit Red Wings
02. 1962: Toronto Maple Leafs
03. 1963: Toronto Maple Leafs
04. 1964: Toronto Maple Leafs
05. 1967: Toronto Maple Leafs
06. 1969: Montreal Canadiens

RALPH BACKSTROM (6 STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONSHIPS)
Years in NHL: 1956-1973 (16 Seasons)

01. 1959: Montreal Canadiens
02. 1960: Montreal Canadiens
03. 1965: Montreal Canadiens
04. 1966: Montreal Canadiens
05. 1968: Montreal Canadiens
06. 1969: Montreal Canadiens

J.C. TREMBLAY (5 STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONSHIPS)
Years in NHL: 1959-1972 (13 Seasons)

01. 1965: Montreal Canadiens
02. 1966: Montreal Canadiens
03. 1968: Montreal Canadiens
04. 1969: Montreal Canadiens
05. 1971: Montreal Canadiens

CHARLIE HUDDY (5 STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONSHIPS)
Years in NHL: 1980-1997 (17 Seasons)

01. 1984: Edmonton Oilers
02. 1985: Edmonton Oilers
03. 1987: Edmonton Oilers
04. 1988: Edmonton Oilers
05. 1990: Edmonton Oilers

CLAUDE PROVOST (9 STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONSHIPS) Montreal Canadiens
Years in NHL: 1955-1970 (15 Seasons) | 11-Time All-Star | 1968 Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy
Regular Season: 1005 Games Played; 254 Goals; 335 Assists; 589 Total Points; 469 Penalty Minutes
Playoffs: 126 Games Played; 25 Goals; 38 Assists; 63 Total Points; 86 Penalty Minutes
Combined: 1131 Games Played; 279 Goals; 373 Assists; 652 Total Points; 555 Penalty Minutes

JEAN-GUY TALBOT (7 STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONSHIPS) Montreal Canadiens
Years in NHL: 1954-1971 (17 Seasons) | 7-Time All-Star
Regular Season: 1056 Games Played; 43 Goals; 242 Assists; 285 Total Points; 1006 Penalty Minutes
Playoffs: 150 Games Played; 4 Goals; 26 Assists; 30 Total Points; 142 Penalty Minutes
Combined: 1206 Games Played; 47 Goals; 268 Assists; 315 Total Points; 1148 Penalty Minutes
Montreal Canadiens * Minnesota North Stars * Detroit Red Wings * St. Louis Blues * Buffalo Sabres

LARRY HILLMAN (6 STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONSHIPS) Detroit Red Wings * Toronto Maple Leafs * Montreal Canadiens
Years in NHL: 1954-1973 (19 Seasons) | 5-Time All-Star
Regular Season: 790 Games Played; 36 Goals; 196 Assists; 232 Total Points; 579 Penalty Minutes
Playoffs: 74 Games Played; 2 Goals; 9 Assists; 11 Total Points; 30 Penalty Minutes
Combined: 864 Games Played; 38 Goals; 205 Assists; 243 Total Points; 609 Penalty Minutes
Detroit Red Wings * Boston Bruins * Toronto Maple Leafs * Minnesota North Stars * 
Montreal Canadiens * Philadelphia Flyers * Los Angeles Kings * Buffalo Sabres * Winnipeg Jets

RALPH BACKSTROM (6 STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONSHIPS) Montreal Canadiens
Years in NHL: 1956-1973 (16 Seasons) | 6-Time All-Star | 1959 Calder Memorial Trophy
Regular Season: 1032 Games Played; 278 Goals; 361 Assists; 639 Total Points; 386 Penalty Minutes
Playoffs: 116 Games Played; 27 Goals; 32 Assists; 59 Total Points; 68 Penalty Minutes
Combined: 1148 Games Played; 305 Goals; 393 Assists; 698 Total Points; 454 Penalty Minutes
Montreal Canadiens * Los Angeles Kings * Chicago Black Hawks

J.C. TREMBLAY (5 STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONSHIPS) Montreal Canadiens
Years in NHL: 1959-1972 (13 Seasons) | 7-Time All-Star
Regular Season: 794 Games Played; 57 Goals; 306 Assists; 363 Total Points; 204 Penalty Minutes
Playoffs: 108 Games Played; 14 Goals; 51 Assists; 65 Total Points; 58 Penalty Minutes
Combined: 902 Games Played; 71 Goals; 357 Assists; 428 Total Points; 262 Penalty Minutes
Montreal Canadiens * Quebec Nordiques

CHARLIE HUDDY (5 STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONSHIPS) Edmonton Oilers
Years in NHL: 1980-1997 (17 Seasons)
Regular Season: 1017 Games Played; 99 Goals; 354 Assists; 453 Total Points; 785 Penalty Minutes
Playoffs: 183 Games Played; 19 Goals; 66 Assists; 85 Total Points; 134 Penalty Minutes
Combined: 1200 Games Played; 118 Goals; 420 Assists; 538 Total Points; 919 Penalty Minutes
Edmonton Oilers * Los Angeles Kings * Buffalo Sabres * St. Louis Blues

MONTREAL CANADIENS STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONS (1956-1971)
WHO ARE NOT IN THE HOCKEY HALL OF FAME, BUT SHOULD BE


01. 1956: Claude Provost * Jean-Guy Talbot
02. 1957: Claude Provost * Jean-Guy Talbot
03. 1958: Claude Provost * Jean-Guy Talbot
04. 1959: Claude Provost * Jean-Guy Talbot * Ralph Backstrom
05. 1960: Claude Provost * Jean-Guy Talbot * Ralph Backstrom
06. 1965: Claude Provost * Jean-Guy Talbot * Ralph Backstrom * J.C. Tremblay
07. 1966: Claude Provost * Jean-Guy Talbot * Ralph Backstrom * J.C. Tremblay
08. 1968: Claude Provost * Ralph Backstrom * J.C. Tremblay
09. 1969: Claude Provost * Ralph Backstrom * J.C. Tremblay * Larry Hillman
10. 1971: J.C. Tremblay

DOUG JARVIS STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONSHIPS

01. 1976: Montreal Canadiens (Player)
02. 1977: Montreal Canadiens (Player)
03. 1978: Montreal Canadiens (Player)
04. 1979: Montreal Canadiens (Player)
05. 1999: Dallas Stars (Assistant Coach)
06. 2011: Boston Bruins (Assistant Coach)

 

JOHN MUCKLER STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONSHIPS

01. 1984 - Edmonton Oilers; Assistant Coach
02. 1985 - Edmonton Oilers; Assistant Coach
03. 1987 - Edmonton Oilers; Assistant Coach
04. 1988 - Edmonton Oilers; Assistant Coach
05. 1990 - Edmonton Oilers; Head Coach


WHY ISN’T PETE GREEN IN THE HOCKEY HALL OF FAME IN THE BUILDER CATEGORY?

PETER “PETE” GREEN – 10 STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONSHIPS


01. 1903 – Ottawa Hockey Club (Trainer)
02. 1904 – Ottawa Hockey Club (Trainer)
03. 1905 – Ottawa Hockey Club (Trainer)
04. 1906 – Ottawa Hockey Club (Trainer)

05. 1909 – Ottawa Hockey Club (Head Coach)
06. 1910 – Ottawa Hockey Club (Head Coach)
07. 1911 – Ottawa Hockey Club (Head Coach)

08. 1920 – Ottawa Senators (Head Coach)
09. 1921 – Ottawa Senators (Head Coach)
10. 1923 – Ottawa Senators (Head Coach)

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1 hour ago, Wild Thing said:

Wayne Gretzky only won 4 Stanley Cups. If he would have stayed with Edmonton he would have most likely won several more.

Gretzky might have had 5 if the 1993 Canadiens weren’t unconscious in OT that playoff season.  Montreal beat Wayne (and coach Barry Melrose) in OT in games 2/3/4 of the finals.  
 

(Montreal won 10 of their 16 in OT that year.  Ironically, their one OT loss was the very first game, against Quebec.)

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5+ STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONS AND THEIR HOCKEY HALL OF FAME STATUS

 

11 STANLEY CUP RINGS

 

01. Henri Richard (Montreal Canadiens) Inducted in 1979

 

10 STANLEY CUP RINGS

 

01. Jean Beliveau (Montreal Canadiens) Inducted in 1972
02. Yvan Cournoyer (Montreal Canadiens) Inducted in 1982

 

9 STANLEY CUP RINGS

 

01. Claude Provost (Montreal Canadiens)

 

8 STANLEY CUP RINGS

 

01. Maurice Richard (Montreal Canadiens) Inducted in 1961
02. Red Kelly (Detroit Red Wings; Toronto Maple Leafs) Inducted in 1969
03. Jacques Lemaire (Montreal Canadiens) Inducted in 1984

 

7 STANLEY CUP RINGS

 

01. Serge Savard (Montreal Canadiens) Inducted in 1986
02. Jean-Guy Talbot (Montreal Canadiens) 

 

6 STANLEY CUP RINGS

 

01. Jack Marshall (Winnipeg Victorias; Montreal AAA; Montreal Wanderers; Toronto Blueshirts) Inducted in 1965
02. Tom Johnson (Montreal Canadiens) Inducted in 1970
03. Bernie Geoffrion (Montreal Canadiens) Inducted in 1972
04. Doug Harvey (Montreal Canadiens) Inducted in 1973
05. Dickie Moore (Montreal Canadiens) Inducted in 1974
06. Jacques Plante (Montreal Canadiens) Inducted in 1978
07. Frank Mahovlich (Toronto Maple Leafs; Montreal Canadiens) Inducted in 1981
08. Ken Dryden (Montreal Canadiens) Inducted in 1983
09. Jacques Lapperriere (Montreal Canadiens) Inducted in 1987
10. Guy Lapointe (Montreal Canadiens) Inducted in 1993
11. Larry Robinson (Montreal Canadiens) Inducted in 1995
12. Bryan Trottier (New York Islanders; Pittsburgh Penguins) Inducted in 1997
13. Dick Duff (Toronto Maple Leafs; Montreal Canadiens) Inducted in 2006
14. Mark Messier (Edmonton Oilers; New York Rangers) Inducted in 2007
15. Glenn Anderson (Edmonton Oilers; New York Rangers) Inducted in 2008
16. Kevin Lowe (Edmonton Oilers; New York Rangers) Inducted in 2020
17. Larry Hillman (Detroit Red Wings, Toronto Maple Leafs, Montreal Canadiens)
18. Ralph Backstrom (Montreal Canadiens)

 

5 STANLEY CUP RINGS

 

01. Cy Denneny (Ottawa Senators; Boston Bruins) Inducted in 1959
02. Ted Kennedy (Toronto Maple Leafs) Inducted in 1966
03. Marcel Pronovost (Detroit Red Wings; Toronto Maple Leafs) Inducted in 1978
04. Bert Olmstead (Montreal Canadiens; Toronto Maple Leafs) Inducted in 1985
05. Guy Lafleur (Montreal Canadiens) Inducted in 1988
06. Bob Gainey (Montreal Canadiens) Inducted in 1992
07. Steve Shutt (Montreal Canadiens) Inducted in 1993
08. Harry Watson (Detroit Red Wings; Toronto Maple Leafs) Inducted in 1994
09. Jari Kurri (Edmonton Oilers) Inducted in 2001
10. Grant Fuhr (Edmonton Oilers) Inducted in 2003
11. Bob Goldham (Toronto Maple Leafs, Detroit Red Wings)
12. Don Metz (Toronto Maple Leafs)
13. Dollard St. Laurent (Montreal Canadiens; Chicago Black Hawks)
14. Donnie Marshall (Montreal Canadiens)
15. Bob Turner (Montreal Canadiens)
16. John Ferguson (Montreal Canadiens)
17. Terry Harper (Montreal Canadiens)
18. Ted Harris (Montreal Canadiens; Philadelphia Flyers)
19. Claude Larose (Montreal Canadiens)
20. Jimmy Roberts (Montreal Canadiens)
21. J.C. Tremblay (Montreal Canadiens)
22. Pierre Bouchard (Montreal Canadiens)
23. Rejean Houle (Montreal Canadiens)
24. Mario Tremblay (Montreal Canadiens)
25. Randy Gregg (Edmonton Oilers)
26. Charlie Huddy (Edmonton Oilers)

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On 4/26/2022 at 8:43 PM, SaucyJack said:

Gretzky might have had 5 if the 1993 Canadiens weren’t unconscious in OT that playoff season.  Montreal beat Wayne (and coach Barry Melrose) in OT in games 2/3/4 of the finals.  
 

(Montreal won 10 of their 16 in OT that year.  Ironically, their one OT loss was the very first game, against Quebec.)

 

Charlie Huddy would have had 7 Stanley Cup rings if the Los Angeles Kings had defeated the Montreal Canadiens in 1993, and if Charlie Huddy had been included with all the Edmonton Oilers players who played for the New York Rangers during the 1993-1994 NHL season. That would have made Charlie Huddy's Hockey Hall of Fame case even stronger. 

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THE 7 PLAYERS WHO WON ALL 5 STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONSHIPS
WITH THE EDMONTON OILERS (1984 * 1985 * 1987 * 1988 * 1990)


1. Jari Kurri

2. Grant Fuhr

3. Kevin Lowe

4. Randy Gregg

5. Mark Messier

6. Charlie Huddy

7. Glenn Anderson

 

THE 7 PLAYERS WHO WON STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONSHIPS

WITH THE EDMONTON OILERS AND THE NEW YORK RANGERS

(1990 * 1994)

 

1. Kevin Lowe

2. Adam Graves

3. Mark Messier

4. Esa Tikkanen

5. Glenn Anderson

6. Craig MacTavish

7. Jeff Beukeboom
 

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Larry Hillman has passed away.

 

 

5+ STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONS WHO ARE NOT IN THE HOCKEY HALL OF FAME

01. Pete Green (10 Stanley Cup Rings) DEAD - 66
02. Claude Provost (9 Stanley Cup Rings) DEAD - 50
03. Jean-Guy Talbot (7 Stanley Cup Rings) ALIVE - 90
04. Larry Hillman (6 Stanley Cup Rings) DEAD - 85
05. Ralph Backstrom (6 Stanley Cup Rings) DEAD - 83
06. Doug Jarvis (6 Stanley Cup Rings) ALIVE - 67
07. J.C. Tremblay (5 Stanley Cup Rings) DEAD - 55
08. Charlie Huddy (5 Stanley Cup Rings) ALIVE - 63

09. John Muckler (5 Stanley Cup Rings) DEAD - 86

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5+ STANLEY CUP CHAMPION BUILDERS AND THEIR HOCKEY HALL OF FAME STATUS

 

01. 14 - Scotty Bowman (Inducted in 1991)

02. 12 - Sam Pollock (Inducted in 1978)

03. 10 - Pete Green

04. 9 - Frank J. Selke (Inducted in 1960)

05. 8 - Conn Smythe (Inducted in 1958)

06. 8 - Toe Blake (Inducted in 1966)

07. 7 - Tommy Gorman (Inducted in 1963)

08. 7 - Jim Devellano (Inducted in 2010)

09. 6 - Hap Day (Inducted in 1961)

10. 6 - James D. Norris (Inducted in 1962)

11. 6 - J.P. Bickell (Inducted in 1978)

12. 5 - James Norris Sr. (Inducted in 1958)

13. 5 - Glen Sather (Inducted in 1997)

14. 5 - John Muckler

 

5+ STANLEY CUP CHAMPION PLAYERS / BUILDERS COMBINED AND THEIR HOCKEY HALL OF FAME STATUS

 

01. 11 - Toe Blake (Inducted in 1966)

02. 8 - Al Arbour (Inducted in 1996)

03. 7 - Hap Day (Inducted in 1961)

04. 6 - Lester Patrick (Inducted in 1947)

05. 6 - Doug Jarvis

06. 5 - Jack Adams (Inducted in 1959)

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The 5+ Stanley Cup Champions who are not in the Hockey Hall of Fame, who also went on to coach in the NHL

 

Jean-Guy Talbot won 7 Stanley Cups as a player with the Montreal Canadiens. He later coached three seasons in the NHL.

 

1972-1973 - St. Louis Blues

1973-1974 - St. Louis Blues

1977-1978 - New York Rangers

 

John Ferguson won 5 Stanley Cups as a player with the Montreal Canadiens. He later coached three seasons in the NHL.

 

1975-1976 - New York Rangers

1976-1977 - New York Rangers

1985-1986 - Winnipeg Jets

 

Ted Harris won 5 Stanley Cups as a player; 4 with the Montreal Canadiens, and 1 with the Philadelphia Flyers. He later coached three seasons in the NHL.

 

1975-1976 - Minnesota North Stars

1976-1977 - Minnesota North Stars

1977-1978 - Minnesota North Stars

 

Jimmy Roberts won 5 Stanley Cups as a player with the Montreal Canadiens. He went to become the head coach for the Buffalo Sabres and Hartford Whalers.

 

1981-1982 - Buffalo Sabres

1991-1992 - Hartford Whalers

 

Mario Tremblay won 5 Stanley Cups as a player with the Montreal Canadiens. He was the head coach for the Montreal Canadiens for two seasons.

 

1995-1996 - Montreal Canadiens

1996-1997 - Montreal Canadiens

 

5+ Stanley Cup Champion players who became Assistant Coaches in the NHL - Terry Harper (Colorado Rockies); Claude Larose (Hartford Whalers); Jimmy Roberts (Buffalo Sabres, Pittsburgh Penguins, St. Louis Blues); Mario Tremblay (Minnesota Wild, New Jersey Devils)

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5-Time Stanley Cup Champions in the player category only, who have absolutely no chance at being inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame because their stats don't merit an induction:

 

1. Bob Goldham (Toronto Maple Leafs, Detroit Red Wings) 650 games played; 28 goals; 143 assists; 171 points - DEAD - 69
2. Don Metz (Toronto Maple Leafs) 170 games played; 20 goals; 35 assists; 55 points - DEAD - 91
3. Dollard St. Laurent (Montreal Canadiens; Chicago Black Hawks) 652 games played; 29 goals; 133 assists; 162 points - DEAD - 85
4. Terry Harper (Montreal Canadiens) 1066 games played; 35 goals; 221 assists; 256 points - ALIVE -82
5. Ted Harris (Montreal Canadiens; Philadelphia Flyers) 788 games played; 30 goals; 168 assists; 198 points - ALIVE - 86
6. Pierre Bouchard (Montreal Canadiens) 595 games played; 24 goals; 82 assists; 106 points - ALIVE - 74
7. Randy Gregg (Edmonton Oilers) 474 games played; 41 goals; 152 assists; 193 points - ALIVE - 66

 

5-Time Stanley Cup Champions in the player category only, who still have a chance at being inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame someday because of their stats, and because of friends in high places; the good old boys network:

 

1. Don Marshall (Montreal Canadiens) 1176 games played; 265 goals; 324 assists; 589 points - ALIVE - 90

2. J.C. Tremblay (Montreal Canadiens) 794 games played; 57 goals; 306 assists; 363 points - DEAD - 55

3. John Ferguson (Montreal Canadiens) 500 games played; 145 goals; 158 assists; 303 points - DEAD - 68
4. Claude Larose (Montreal Canadiens) 943 games played; 226 goals; 257 assists; 483 points - ALIVE - 80
5. Jim Roberts (Montreal Canadiens) 1006 games played; 126 goals; 194 assists; 320 points - ALIVE - 76
6. Rejean Houle (Montreal Canadiens) 653 games played; 161 goals; 247 assists; 408 points - ALIVE - 73
7. Mario Tremblay (Montreal Canadiens) 852 games played; 258 goals; 326 assists; 584 points - ALIVE - 66
8. Charlie Huddy (Edmonton Oilers) 1017 games played; 99 goals; 354 assists; 453 points - ALIVE - 63

 

6+ Stanley Cup Champions in the Player Category not in the Hockey Hall of Fame 


1. Claude Provost (9 Stanley Cup Rings) DEAD - 50 - (1005 games played; 254 goals; 335 assists; 589 points)
2. Jean-Guy Talbot (7 Stanley Cup Rings) ALIVE - 90 - (1056 games played; 43 goals; 242 assists; 285 points)

3. Larry Hillman (6 Stanley Cup Rings) DEAD - 85 - (790 games played; 36 goals; 196 assists; 232 points)
4. Ralph Backstrom (6 Stanley Cup Rings) DEAD - 83 - (1032 games played; 278 goals; 361 assists; 639 points)

 

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I forgot Jacques Lemaire and Larry Robinson.

 

5+ STANLEY CUP CHAMPION BUILDERS AND THEIR HOCKEY HALL OF FAME STATUS

 

01. 14 - Scotty Bowman (Inducted in 1991)

02. 12 - Sam Pollock (Inducted in 1978)

03. 10 - Pete Green

04. 9 - Frank J. Selke (Inducted in 1960)

05. 8 - Conn Smythe (Inducted in 1958)

06. 8 - Toe Blake (Inducted in 1966)

07. 7 - Tommy Gorman (Inducted in 1963)

08. 7 - Jim Devellano (Inducted in 2010)

09. 6 - Hap Day (Inducted in 1961)

10. 6 - James D. Norris (Inducted in 1962)

11. 6 - J.P. Bickell (Inducted in 1978)

12. 5 - James Norris Sr. (Inducted in 1958)

13. 5 - Glen Sather (Inducted in 1997)

14. 5 - John Muckler

 

5+ STANLEY CUP CHAMPION PLAYERS / BUILDERS COMBINED AND THEIR HOCKEY HALL OF FAME STATUS

 

01. 11 - Toe Blake (Inducted in 1966)

02. 9 - Jacques Lemaire (Inducted in 1984)

03. 8 - Al Arbour (Inducted in 1996)

04. 7 - Hap Day (Inducted in 1961)

05. 7 - Larry Robinson (Inducted in 1995)

06. 6 - Lester Patrick (Inducted in 1947)

07. 6 - Doug Jarvis

08. 5 - Jack Adams (Inducted in 1959)

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