The defending Stanley Cup champion Boston Bruins are about to establish themselves as a hockey dynasty. With the likes of Tiny Thompson in net, Eddie Shore on defense and the Dynamite Line - Cooney Weiland, Dit Clapper and Dutch Gainor - up front, no one expected anyone to stop the powerhouse Bruins. The Bruins coasted through the regular season with a 38-5-1 record, the best winning percentage in NHL history at .875.
The series went to Montreal for game 2, setting the early stage for the magic of Montreal Forum to haunt the Bruins. Howie Morenz attacked in waves of end-to-end rushes, leading Les Habitants to a 4-3 win and the Stanley Cup championship.
Hainsworth was the key player of the post season. He led all performers with a brilliant 0.75 average and three shutouts in six games.
Team was featuring Morenz and Joliat's linemate Johnny Gagnon, originally from my birthplace!
Go Habs Go!
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