Who Won the 1975 Stanley Cup?

Philadelphia Flyers

Flyers win the 1975 Stanley Cup
Date: 
May 27, 1975
Score: 
4-2
Site: 
Buffalo Memorial Auditorium - Buffalo, NY
Runner Up: 
Buffalo Sabres
Misc: 
Coached by Fred Shero

The Philadelphia Flyers won their second consecutive Stanley Cup with a 4 games to 2 series win over the Buffalo Sabres, who were making their first-ever trip to the finals.

Philadelphia goaltender Bernie Parent won the Conn Smythe Trophy as the playoff's most valuable player.

Game three suffered from heavy fog inside Buffalo's arena, and Sabres center Jim Lorentz killed a bat that was flying around the rink.

Philadelphia Flyers 4
Buffalo Sabres 2

GameDateScoreSiteGame Winning Goal
GAME 1May 15Philadelphia 4, Buffalo 1Spectrum, Philadelphia 
GAME 2May 18Philadelphia 2, Buffalo 1Spectrum, Philadelphia 
GAME 3May 20Buffalo 5, Philadelphia 4 (OT)Memorial Auditorium, Buffalo 
GAME 4May 22Buffalo 4, Philadelphia 2Memorial Auditorium, Buffalo 
GAME 5May 25Philadelphia 5, Buffalo 1Spectrum, Philadelphia 
GAME 6May 27Philadelphia 2, Buffalo 0Memorial Auditorium, Buffalo 

1975 NHL Playoffs

Los Angeles Kings1   
Toronto Maple Leafs2Toronto Maple Leafs0  
  Philadelphia Flyers4 
  Philadelphia Flyers4  
     
   Philadelphia Flyers4
Pittsburgh Penguins2   
St Louis Blues0Pittsburgh Penguins3  
  New York Islanders3 
New York Rangers1New York Islanders4  
New York Islanders2   
  PHILADELPHIA FLYERS
1975 Stanley Cup Champion
     
  Buffalo Sabres4  
  Buffalo Sabres4 
Boston Bruins1Chicago Blackhawks1  
Chicago Blackhawks2   
   Buffalo Sabres2
     
  Montreal Canadiens4  
  Montreal Canadiens2 
  Vancouver Canucks1