1968-69 NHL Season

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1968-69 NHL Season Summary

Who won the 1968-69 Stanley Cup?

The 1968-69 Stanley Cup Finals winner was the Montreal Canadiens, who defeated the St. Louis Blues in 4 games. The final game was on on May 4, 1969, in which the Canadiens won 2-1 on the road.

When was the 1968-69 Stanley Cup Finals?

The 1968-69 Stanley Cup Finals started on Apr 27, 1969 and ended on May 4, 1969, lasting 4 games.

Which NHL team had the best regular season record in 1968-69?

The Montreal Canadiens had the best regular season record in the 1968-69 NHL season at 46-19-11.

Which NHL team had the best goal differential in the 1968-69 regular season?

The Boston Bruins had the best goal differential in the 1968-69 regular season at +82 goals.

Which NHL team had the worst goal differential in the 1968-69 regular season?

The Minnesota North Stars had the worst goal differential in the 1968-69 regular season at -81 goals.

Which NHL team had the most goals per game in the 1968-69 regular season?

The Boston Bruins had the most goals per game in the 1968-69 regular season at 3.99 GPG.

Which NHL team allowed the fewest goals per game in the 1968-69 regular season?

The St. Louis Blues allowed the fewest goals per game in the 1968-69 regular season at 2.07 goals allowed per game.

1968-69 NHL Standings

Team Record Streak Goal Diff Playoff Result
1 Montreal Canadiens 46-19-11 L1 +69 Won Final
2 Boston Bruins 42-18-16 W1 +82 Lost Conf Finals
3 New York Rangers 41-26-9 W2 +35 Lost Conf Semi
4 St. Louis Blues 37-25-14 W2 +47 Lost Final
5 Toronto Maple Leafs 35-26-15 L2 +17 Lost Conf Semi
6 Detroit Red Wings 33-31-12 L1 +18
7 Chicago Black Hawks 34-33-9 W1 +34
8 Oakland Seals 29-36-11 W1 -32 Lost Conf Semi
9 Philadelphia Flyers 20-35-21 L1 -51 Lost Conf Semi
10 Los Angeles Kings 24-42-10 T1 -75 Lost Conf Finals
11 Pittsburgh Penguins 20-45-11 W1 -63
Minnesota North Stars 18-43-15 T1 -81

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