|Playoffs Teams||Stanley Cup Winner|
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.
The 1968-69 Stanley Cup Finals started on Apr 27, 1969 and ended on May 4, 1969, lasting 4 games.
The Montreal Canadiens had the best regular season record in the 1968-69 NHL season at 46-19-11.
The Boston Bruins had the best goal differential in the 1968-69 regular season at +82 goals.
The Minnesota North Stars had the worst goal differential in the 1968-69 regular season at -81 goals.
The Boston Bruins had the most goals per game in the 1968-69 regular season at 3.99 GPG.
The St. Louis Blues allowed the fewest goals per game in the 1968-69 regular season at 2.07 goals allowed per game.
|Team||Record||Streak||GPG||GPG Allowed||Goal Differential||Playoff Result|
|Montreal Canadiens||46-19-11||L1||3.57||2.66||+69||Won Final|
|Boston Bruins||42-18-16||W1||3.99||2.91||+82||Lost Conf Finals|
|New York Rangers||41-26-9||W2||3.04||2.58||+35||Lost Conf Semi|
|St. Louis Blues||37-25-14||W2||2.68||2.07||+47||Lost Final|
|Toronto Maple Leafs||35-26-15||L2||3.08||2.86||+17||Lost Conf Semi|
|Detroit Red Wings||33-31-12||L1||3.14||2.91||+18|
|Chicago Black Hawks||34-33-9||W1||3.68||3.24||+34|
|Oakland Seals||29-36-11||W1||2.88||3.30||-32||Lost Conf Semi|
|Philadelphia Flyers||20-35-21||L1||2.29||2.96||-51||Lost Conf Semi|
|Los Angeles Kings||24-42-10||T1||2.43||3.42||-75||Lost Conf Finals|
|Minnesota North Stars||18-43-15||T1||2.49||3.55||-81|