Alex Delvecchio recalled the 1952 Stanley Cup finals, his first of his long career.
"We had a very defensive team. You could argue all night about the best team of the 1950s - us or the Canadiens, who won five straight Cups. But I think we might have been better defensively. I think that year when we won eight straight playoff games, Sawchuk had four shutouts.
"We were the third line - myself, Prystai and Johnny Wilson. When we went out, we didn't want to get scored on. That's what we concentrated on - don't let them score on us. Let the big line of Abel, Howe and Lindsay do the scoring. So when we got the three goals that won the last game, it was like an added feature.