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1990 Stanley Cup Final
Teams 1*** 2 3 4 5 Games
Edmonton Oilers  3 7 1 5 4 4
Boston Bruins  2 2 2 1 1 1
* - overtime periods
Location: Boston, MA (Boston Garden) (1,2,5)
Edmonton, AB (Northlands Coliseum) (3,4)
Format: Best-of-seven
Coaches: Edmonton: John Muckler
Boston: Mike Milbury
Captains: Edmonton: Mark Messier
Boston: Ray Bourque
Dates: May 15 to May 24
MVP: Bill Ranford
Series-winning
goal:
Craig Simpson (9:31, second)
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In the 1990 Stanley Cup Final, the Edmonton Oilers defeated the Boston Bruins four games to one. For the Oilers, it was their fifth Cup win in seven years, and the only one without Wayne Gretzky.

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Paths to the Final

Boston defeated the Hartford Whalers 4–3, the Montreal Canadiens 4–1, and the Washington Capitals 4–0 to advance to the Final. Edmonton defeated the Winnipeg Jets 4–3, the Los Angeles Kings 4–0 and the Chicago Blackhawks 4–2.

The series

In game one, Petr Klima scored at 15:13 of the third overtime period to give the Oilers a 3–2 win; this game remains the longest in Stanley Cup Finals history (Longest NHL overtime games), edging both Brett Hull's cup-winner in 1999 and Igor Larionov's game-winner in 2002 by less than 30 seconds. In game five at the Boston Garden on May 24, the Oilers won 4–1. Craig Simpson scored the game-winning goal. Oilers goaltender Bill Ranford was awarded the Conn Smythe Trophy as Playoff MVP. Ray Bourque would not get to the Stanley Cup Finals again until the Colorado Avalanche championship season of 2001.

Though he would win two Stanley Cups as a captain, Mark Messier won his only Stanley Cup as captain of the Oilers. He would win his other Stanley Cup as a captain with the New York Rangers four years later.

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Boston Bruins vs. Edmonton Oilers

Date Away Score Home Score Notes
Tue, May 15 Edmonton 3 Boston 2 3OT
Fri, May 18 Edmonton 7 Boston 2
Sun, May 20 Boston 2 Edmonton 1
Tue, May 22 Boston 1 Edmonton 5
Thu, May 24 Edmonton 4 Boston 1
Edmonton wins series 4–1 and Stanley Cup

Edmonton Oilers 1990 Stanley Cup champions

Roster

  Centers
  Goaltenders


  Non-players
  • Peter Pocklington (Owner), Glen Sather (President/General Manager)
  • John Muckler (Head Coach), Ted Green (Co-Coach)
  • Bruce MacGregor (Ass't General Manager), Ron Low (Ass't Coach)
  • Barry Fraser (Director of Player Personnel/Chief Scout), Bill Tuele (Director of Public Relations)
  • Werner Baum (Controller), Dr. Gordon Cameron (Chief of Medicial Staff), Dr. David Reid (Team Physician)
  • Ken Lowe (Athletic Tainer-Therapist), Barrie Stafford (Trainer), Stuart Poirier (Massage Therapist)
  • Lyle Kulchisky (Ass’t Trainer), John Blackwell (Director of Hockey Operations, AHL)
  • Garnet Bailey, Ed Chadwick, Lorne Davis (Scouts)
  • Harry Howell, Albert Reeves, Matti Vaisanen (Scouts)

Stanley Cup Engravings

  • Garnet "Ace" Bailey won 7 Stanley Cup rings. His name was engraved on the Stanley Cup 5 times. He was engraved as Garnet Bailey in 1972, G. Bailey in 1970, 1985, 1987, and Ace Bailey in 1990. Name was left off cup, but was awarded Stanley Cup rings in 1984, 1988.
  • Vladimir Ruzicka† joined Edmonton from Europe in January. Ruzicka played 25 games, but did not dress in the playoffs. Anatoli Semenov† joined Edmonton from Europe in May. Semenov played 2 games in the Conference Finals. Neither player qualified for engravement on the cup, but both players received Stanley Cup Rings. Ruzicka was also included on the team winning picture.

Members of all 5 Edmonton Oilers championships

  • Glenn Anderson, Grant Fuhr, Randy Gregg, Charlie Huddy, Jari Kurri, Kevin Lowe, Mark Messier (7 Players), Peter Pocklington, Glen Sather, John Mucker, Ted Green, Barry Fraser, Barry Stafford, Lyle Kulchisky (7 Non-players).

See also

References

  • Podnieks, Andrew; Hockey Hall of Fame (2004). Lord Stanley's Cup. Bolton, Ont.: Fenn Pub. pp. 12, 50. ISBN 978-1-55168-261-7.  
Preceded by
Calgary Flames
1989
Edmonton Oilers
Stanley Cup Champions

1990
Succeeded by
Pittsburgh Penguins
1991

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