2015 Stanley Cup Finals

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2015 Stanley Cup Finals
123456 Total
Tampa Bay Lightning 143110 2
Chicago Blackhawks 232222 4
Location(s)Tampa Bay: Amalie Arena (1,2,5)
Chicago: United Center (3,4,6)
CoachesTampa Bay: Jon Cooper
Chicago: Joel Quenneville
CaptainsTampa Bay: Steven Stamkos
Chicago: Jonathan Toews
National anthemsTampa Bay: Sonya Bryson
Chicago: Jim Cornelison
RefereesWes McCauley (1, 3, 5), Kevin Pollock (1, 3, 5), Kelly Sutherland (2, 4, 6), Dan O'Halloran (2, 4, 6)
DatesJune 3 – 15
MVPDuncan Keith[1]
Series-winning goalDuncan Keith (17:13, second, G6)
NetworksCanada (English): CBC
Canada (French): TVA Sports
United States: NBC and NBCSN
Announcers(CBC) Jim Hughson, Craig Simpson, Glenn Healy
(TVA) Félix Séguin, Patrick Lalime
(NBC/NBCSN) Mike Emrick, Eddie Olczyk, Pierre McGuire
(NHL International) Dave Strader, Kevin Weekes

The 2015 Stanley Cup Finals was the championship series of the National Hockey League (NHL) 2014–15.

The Western Conference champion Chicago Blackhawks defeated the Eastern Conference champion Tampa Bay Lightning four games to two. This was the sixth championship for the Blackhawks.

Rosters[change | change source]

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

Chicago Blackhawks[change | change source]

# Nat Player Position Hand Age Acquired Place of birth Finals appearance
29 Canada Bryan Bickell LW L 29 2004 Bowmanville, Ontario second (2013)
13 Canada Daniel Carcillo LW L 30 2014 King City, Ontario third (2010, 2013)
50 Canada Corey Crawford G L 30 2003 Montreal, Quebec second (2013)
26 Canada Kyle Cumiskey D L 28 2014 Abbotsford, British Columbia first
33 United States Scott Darling G L 26 2014 Newport News, Virginia first
11 Canada Andrew Desjardins LW L 28 2015 Lively, Ontario first
4 Sweden Niklas Hjalmarsson D L 27 2005 Eksjö, Sweden third (2010, 2013)
81 Slovakia Marian Hossa RW L 36 2009 Stara Ľubovna, Czechoslovakia fifth (2008, 2009, 2010, 2013)
88 United States Patrick Kane RW L 26 2007 Buffalo, New York third (2010, 2013)
2 Canada Duncan Keith – A D L 31 2002 Winnipeg, Manitoba third (2010, 2013)
16 Sweden Marcus Kruger C L 25 2009 Stockholm, Sweden second (2013)
42 Sweden Joakim Nordstrom C L 23 2010 Stockholm, Sweden first
27 Sweden Johnny Oduya D L 33 2012 Stockholm, Sweden second (2013)
31 Finland Antti Raanta G L 26 2013 Rauma, Finland first
91 Canada Brad Richards C L 35 2014 Murray Harbour, P.E.I. third (2004, 2014)
32 Czech Republic Michal Rozsival D R 36 2012 Vlasim, Czechoslovakia second (2013)
5 Sweden David Rundblad D R 24 2013 Lycksele, Sweden first
20 United States Brandon Saad LW L 22 2011 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania second (2013)
7 Canada Brent Seabrook D R 30 2003 Richmond, British Columbia third (2010, 2013)
10 Canada Patrick Sharp – A LW R 33 2005 Winnipeg, Manitoba third (2010, 2013)
65 Canada Andrew Shaw RW R 23 2011 Belleville, Ontario second (2013)
86 Finland Teuvo Teravainen RW L 20 2012 Helsinki, Finland first
44 Finland Kimmo Timonen D L 40 2015 Kuopio, Finland second (2010)
19 Canada Jonathan Toews – C C L 27 2006 Winnipeg, Manitoba third (2010, 2013)
57 United States Trevor van Riemsdyk D R 23 2014 Middletown, New Jersey first
80 Canada Antoine Vermette C L 32 2015 Saint-Agapit, Quebec second (2007)
23 Canada Kris Versteeg LW R 29 2013 Lethbridge, Alberta second (2010)

Tampa Bay Lightning[change | change source]

# Nat Player Position Hand Age Acquired Place of birth Finals appearance
30 United States Ben Bishop G L 28 2013 Denver, Colorado first
11 United States Brian Boyle C L 30 2014 Hingham, Massachusetts second (2014)
23 United States J. T. Brown RW R 24 2013 Burnsville, Minnesota first
25 United States Matt Carle D L 30 2012 Anchorage, Alaska second (2010)
55 Canada Braydon Coburn D L 30 2015 Calgary, Alberta second (2010)
24 United States Ryan Callahan RW R 30 2014 Rochester, New York first
27 Canada Jonathan Drouin LW L 20 2013 Ste-Agathe-des-Monts, Quebec first
51 Finland Valtteri Filppula C L 31 2013 Vantaa, Finland third (2008, 2009)
5 Canada Jason Garrison D L 30 2014 White Rock, British Columbia first
50 Latvia Kristers Gudlevskis G L 22 2013 Aizkraukle, Latvia first
77 Sweden Victor Hedman D L 24 2009 Örnsköldsvik, Sweden first
9 United States Tyler Johnson C R 24 2011 Spokane, Washington first
17 Canada Alexander Killorn C L 25 2007 Halifax, Nova Scotia first
86 Russia Nikita Kucherov RW L 21 2011 Maykop, Russia first
42 Canada Jonathan Marchessault C R 24 2014 Cap-Rouge, Quebec first
10 Canada Brenden Morrow LW L 36 2014 Carlyle, Saskatchewan second (2000)
90 Russia Vladislav Namestnikov C L 22 2011 Voskresensk, Russia first
89 Russia Nikita Nesterov D L 22 2011 Chelyabinsk, Russia first
18 Czech Republic Ondrej Palat LW R 24 2011 Frydek-Mistek, Czechoslovakia first
13 Canada Cedric Paquette C L 21 2012 Gaspe, Quebec first
91 Canada Steven Stamkos – C C R 25 2008 Markham, Ontario first
6 Sweden Anton Stralman D R 28 2014 Tibro, Sweden second (2014)
62 Czech Republic Andrej Sustr D R 24 2013 Plzen, Czechoslovakia first
88 Russia Andrei Vasilevskiy G L 20 2012 Tyumen, Russia first

References[change | change source]

  1. "Blackhawks seize their third Stanley Cup in six seasons". Chicago Tribune. June 16, 2015. Retrieved November 3, 2015.