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The 1964–65 Chicago Black Hawks season was the Hawks' 39th season in the NHL, and the club was coming off a second-place finish in 1963–64, as Chicago won a team record 36 games and also set a club record with 84 points. The Hawks would then be defeated by the Detroit Red Wings in the NHL-semi finals for the second consecutive season.


In Playoffs, The Hawks would face the Detroit Red Wings in the NHL semi-finals for the third consecutive season, as Detroit finished first in the NHL with a record of 40–23–7, earning 87 points, which was 11 more than the third place Black Hawks. The series opened up at the Detroit Olympia, and the Red Wings took control of the series, winning the opening two games by scores 4–3 and 6–3. The series shifted to Chicago Stadium for the next two games, and the Black Hawks took advantage of their home ice, winning both games by scores of 5–2 and 2–1 to even the series up. The fifth game was played in Detroit, and the Red Wings won the game 4–2, and took a 3–2 series lead. Game six was in Chicago, and again, the home team won the game, as Chicago shutout the Red Wings 4–0, setting up a seventh game at the Olympia. The Black Hawks skated into Detroit, and completed the upset, as Chicago doubled the Wings 4–2, and advanced to the Stanley Cup final for the first time since 1962.


Chicago's opponent in the 1965 Stanley Cup Finals was the Montreal Canadiens, who finished second in the league with a record of 36–23–11, earning 83 points, which was seven more than the Hawks. The Canadiens defeated the Toronto Maple Leafs in the NHL semi-finals to earn a spot in the Stanley Cup final. The series opened at the Montreal Forum for the opening two games, and the Canadiens quickly opened up a 2–0 series lead, with wins of 3–2 and 2–0. The series moved to Chicago for the next two games, and the Black Hawks once again took advantage of their home ice, evening the series up with 3–1 and 5–1 victories. Montreal was the site of the fifth game, and the Canadiens once again took the series lead, shutting out Chicago 6–0. The sixth game was in Chicago, and the Black Hawks stayed red hot on home ice, defeating Montreal 2–1, and finished the playoffs with a 6–0 record at home. However, the seventh and final game of the series was in Montreal, and the Black Hawks road woes continued, as the Canadiens shut out Chicago 4–0, to win the Stanley Cup.


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1965 Montreal Canadiens Stanley Cup Championship Ring/Pendant(Premium)

  • Product Code: CRCNHL 1965
  • Availability: In Stock
  • $165.00


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