1964-65 NHL Season Standings

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1964-65 NHL Season Summary

Who won the 1964-65 Stanley Cup?

The 1964-65 Stanley Cup Finals winner was the Montreal Canadiens, who defeated the Chicago Black Hawks in 7 games. The final game was on on May 1, 1965, in which the Canadiens won 4-0 at home.

When was the 1964-65 Stanley Cup Finals?

The 1964-65 Stanley Cup Finals started on Apr 17, 1965 and ended on May 1, 1965, lasting the full 7 games.

Which NHL team had the best regular season record in 1964-65?

The Detroit Red Wings had the best regular season record in the 1964-65 NHL season at 40-23-7.

Which NHL team had the best goal differential in the 1964-65 regular season?

The Detroit Red Wings had the best goal differential in the 1964-65 regular season at +49 goals.

Which NHL team had the worst goal differential in the 1964-65 regular season?

The Boston Bruins had the worst goal differential in the 1964-65 regular season at -87 goals.

Which NHL team had the most goals per game in the 1964-65 regular season?

The Chicago Black Hawks and the Detroit Red Wings tied for the most goals per game in the 1964-65 regular season at 3.20 GPG.

Which NHL team allowed the fewest goals per game in the 1964-65 regular season?

The Toronto Maple Leafs allowed the fewest goals per game in the 1964-65 regular season at 2.47 goals allowed per game.

Which NHL team was the last undefeated team in the 1964-65 season?

The last undefeated team in the 1964-65 NHL season was the Montreal Canadiens, who started the season with a 4-0-3 record. The streak ended with a 1-3 loss against the New York Rangers on Nov 1, 1964.

1964-65 NHL Standings

Team Record Streak GPG GPG Allowed Goal Differential Playoff Result
1 Detroit Red Wings 40-23-7 L1 3.20 2.50 +49 Lost Conf Finals
2 Montreal Canadiens 36-23-11 W1 3.01 2.64 +26 Won Final
3 Chicago Black Hawks 34-28-8 L5 3.20 2.51 +48 Lost Final
4 Toronto Maple Leafs 30-26-14 W1 2.91 2.47 +31 Lost Conf Finals
5 New York Rangers 20-38-12 L2 2.56 3.51 -67
6 Boston Bruins 21-43-6 W2 2.37 3.61 -87

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