|Playoffs Teams||Stanley Cup Winner|
The 1959-60 Stanley Cup Finals winner was the Montreal Canadiens, who defeated the Toronto Maple Leafs in 4 games. The final game was on on Apr 14, 1960, in which the Canadiens won 4-0 on the road.
The 1959-60 Stanley Cup Finals started on Apr 7, 1960 and ended on Apr 14, 1960, lasting 4 games.
The Montreal Canadiens had the best regular season record in the 1959-60 NHL season at 40-18-12.
The Montreal Canadiens had the best goal differential in the 1959-60 regular season at +77 goals.
The New York Rangers had the worst goal differential in the 1959-60 regular season at -60 goals.
The Montreal Canadiens had the most goals per game in the 1959-60 regular season at 3.64 GPG.
The Montreal Canadiens allowed the fewest goals per game in the 1959-60 regular season at 2.54 goals allowed per game.
|Team||Record||Streak||GPG||GPG Allowed||Goal Differential||Playoff Result|
|Montreal Canadiens||40-18-12||L1||3.64||2.54||+77||Won Final|
|Toronto Maple Leafs||35-26-9||W3||2.84||2.79||+4||Lost Final|
|Chicago Black Hawks||28-29-13||T1||2.73||2.57||+11||Lost Conf Finals|
|Detroit Red Wings||26-29-15||L1||2.66||2.81||-11||Lost Conf Finals|
|New York Rangers||17-38-15||W1||2.67||3.53||-60|