2014 Stanley Cup Finals

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2014 Stanley Cup Finals
12345 Total
New York Rangers 24022 1
Los Angeles Kings 35313 4
* – Denotes overtime period(s)
Location(s)Los Angeles: Staples Center (1, 2, 5)
New York: Madison Square Garden (3, 4)
CoachesNY Rangers: Alain Vigneault
Los Angeles: Darryl Sutter
CaptainsNY Rangers: Vacant
Los Angeles: Dustin Brown
National anthemsNY Rangers: John Amirante
Los Angeles: The Tenors (1)
Los Angeles::Pia Toscano (2, 5)
RefereesSteve Kozari (1, 3, 5), Brad Watson (1, 3, 5), Wes McCauley (2, 4), Dan O'Halloran (2, 4)
DatesJune 4 – June 13
MVPJustin Williams
Series-winning goalAlec Martinez (14:43, 2OT, G5)
NetworksCanada (English): CBC
Canada (French): RDS
United States: NBC, NBCSN
Announcers(CBC) Jim Hughson, Craig Simpson, Glenn Healy
(RDS) Pierre Houde, Marc Denis
(NBC/NBCSN) Kenny Albert (1), Doc Emrick (2–5), Eddie Olczyk, Pierre McGuire
(NHL International) Dave Strader, Joe Micheletti

The 2014 Stanley Cup Finals was the championship series of the National Hockey League (NHL)'s 2013–14 season.

The Western Conference champion Los Angeles Kings defeated the Eastern Conference champion New York Rangers four games to one. This was the second championship for the Los Angeles Kings.

Rosters[change | change source]

Years in boldface under the "Finals appearance" column signify the player won the Stanley Cup in the given year.

New York Rangers[change | change source]

# Nat Player Position Hand Age Acquired Place of birth Finals appearance
22 United States Brian Boyle C L 29 2009 Hingham, Massachusetts First
16 Canada Derick Brassard C L 26 2013 Hull, Quebec First
4 Switzerland Raphael Diaz D R 28 2014 Baar, Switzerland First
15 Canada Derek Dorsett RW R 27 2013 Kindersley, Saskatchewan First
5 Canada Daniel GirardiA D R 30 2006 Welland, Ontario First
62 Sweden Carl Hagelin LW L 25 2007 Södertälje, Sweden First
8 Canada Kevin Klein D R 29 2014 Kitchener, Ontario First
20 United States Chris Kreider LW L 23 2009 Boxford, Massachusetts First
29 Canada David LeNeveu G L 31 2014 Fernie, British Columbia First
30 Sweden Henrik Lundqvist G L 32 2000 Åre, Sweden First
27 United States Ryan McDonagh D L 25 2009 Saint Paul, Minnesota First
28 Canada Dominic Moore C L 33 2013 Sarnia, Ontario First
17 United States John Moore D L 23 2013 Winnetka, Illinois First
61 Canada Rick Nash LW L 29 2012 Brampton, Ontario First
67 Canada Benoit Pouliot LW R 27 2013 Alfred, Ontario First
19 Canada Brad RichardsA C L 34 2011 Murray Harbour, Prince Edward Island Second (2004)
26 Canada Martin St. Louis RW L 38 2014 Laval, Quebec Second (2004)
18 Canada Marc StaalA D L 27 2005 Thunder Bay, Ontario First
21 United States Derek Stepan C R 23 2008 Hastings, Minnesota First
6 Sweden Anton Stralman D R 27 2011 Tibro, Sweden First
36 Norway Mats Zuccarello LW L 26 2010 Oslo, Norway First

Los Angeles Kings[change | change source]

# Nat Player Position Hand Age Acquired Place of birth Finals appearance
23 United States Dustin BrownC RW R 29 2003 Ithaca, New York Second (2012)
77 Canada Jeff Carter C R 29 2012 London, Ontario Third (2010, 2012)
13 Canada Kyle Clifford LW L 23 2009 Ayr, Ontario Second (2012)
8 Canada Drew Doughty D R 24 2008 London, Ontario Second (2012)
12 Slovakia Marian Gaborik LW L 32 2014 Trenčín, Czechoslovakia First
2 United States Matt GreeneA D R 31 2008 Grand Ledge, Michigan Third (2006, 2012)
31 Canada Martin Jones G L 24 2008 North Vancouver, British Columbia First
74 Canada Dwight King LW L 24 2007 Meadow Lake, Saskatchewan Second (2012)
11 Slovenia Anze KopitarA C L 26 2005 Jesenice, Yugoslavia Second (2012)
22 United States Trevor Lewis C R 27 2006 Salt Lake City, Utah Second (2012)
27 United States Alec Martinez D L 26 2007 Rochester Hills, Michigan Second (2012)
33 Canada Willie Mitchell D L 37 2010 Port McNeill, British Columbia Second (2012)
6 Canada Jake Muzzin D L 25 2010 Woodstock, Ontario First
70 Canada Tanner Pearson LW L 21 2012 Kitchener, Ontario First
32 United States Jonathan Quick G L 28 2005 Milford, Connecticut Second (2012)
10 Canada Mike Richards C L 29 2011 Kenora, Ontario Third (2010, 2012)
28 Canada Jarret Stoll C R 31 2008 Melville, Saskatchewan Third (2006, 2012)
73 Canada Tyler Toffoli C R 22 2010 Scarborough, Ontario First
26 Russia Slava Voynov D R 24 2008 Chelyabinsk, Soviet Union Second (2012)
14 Canada Justin Williams RW R 32 2009 Cobourg, Ontario Third (2006, 2012)