1970-71 NHL season

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1970-71 National Hockey League season
Preseason n/a
Regular Season October 9, 1970-April 4, 1971
Postseason April 7-May 18, 1971
1969-70 • NHL seasons • 1971-72

The 1970-71 NHL season was the 54th season of the National Hockey League. Two new teams, the Buffalo Sabres and Vancouver Canucks, made their debuts and were both put into the East Division. The Chicago Black Hawks were moved to the West Division. The Montreal Canadiens won the Stanley Cup by beating the Black Hawks in seven games in the finals.

Publications

Programs
Team Type Venue
Boston Bruins Regular Season Boston Garden
Detroit Red Wings Regular Season Olympia Stadium
Los Angeles Kings Regular Season The Forum
New York Rangers Regular Season Madison Square Garden
New York Rangers vs. Toronto Maple Leafs Postseason Madison Square Garden
New York Rangers vs. Chicago Black Hawks Postseason Madison Square Garden
Vancouver Canucks Regular Season (1 • 2 • 3) Pacific Coliseum
East Division vs. West Division NHL All-Star Game Boston Garden
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Media Guides Buffalo Sabres • California Golden Seals • Chicago Black Hawks • Minnesota North Stars • Montreal Canadiens • Pittsburgh Penguins • St. Louis Blues • Toronto Maple Leafs
Yearbooks St. Louis Blues • Vancouver Canucks
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