NHL: Teams That Have Come Back from 3-2 in the Stanley Cup Finals
The loser will have to take the series to seven games and win the final two in order to hoist the Cup.
The upshot? According to history, no matter who wins tomorrow night, it’s a coin flip (50-50) to call the winner.Follow @VinGetz
|STANLEY CUP FINAL||WINNER||LOSER|
|1.||1942**||Toronto Maple Leafs||Detroit Red Wings|
|2.||1950||Detroit Red Wings||New York Rangers|
|3.||1964||Toronto Maple Leafs||Detroit Red Wings|
|4.||1971||Montreal Canadiens||Chicago Black Hawks|
|5.||2001||Colorado Avalanche||New Jersey Devils|
|6.||2004||Tampa Bay Lightning||Calgary Flames|
|7.||2009||Pittsburgh Penguins||Detroit Red Wings|
|8.||2011||Boston Bruins||Vancouver Canucks|
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