Montreal Maroons

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Montreal Maroons
First Season
1924-25
Team History
Montreal Maroons (1924-38)
Conference/Division
National Hockey League (1924-38)
  • Canadian Division (1926-1938)
Venue
Montreal Forum (1924-38)

The Montreal Maroons (officially the Montreal Professional Hockey Club) were a professional men's ice hockey team in the National Hockey League (NHL). They played in the NHL from 1924 to 1938, winning the Stanley Cup in 1926 and 1935. They were the last non-Original Six team to win the Stanley Cup until the expansion Philadelphia Flyers won in 1974.

The Maroons' last season was 1937-38, although the franchise was not officially canceled until 1947.

Publications

Home programs by season

Season/Date Type Opponent Venue
1920s
1925-26 Stanley Cup Finals Victoria Cougars Montreal Forum
December 4, 1926 Regular Season Chicago Black Hawks Montreal Forum
1930s
1937-38 Regular Season n/a Montreal Forum
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