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Rosters & Final Series Scores (2002-Present)
 
2009-10 Chicago Blackhawks win series 4-2
Players: Jonathan Toews (Captain), Dave Bolland, Nick Boynton, Troy Brouwer, Adam Burish, Dustin Byfuglien, Brian Campbell, Ben Eager, Colin Fraser, Jordan Hendry, Niklas Hjalmarsson, Marion Hossa, Cristobel Huet, Patrick Kane, Duncan Keith, Tomas Kopecky, Andrew Ladd, John Madden, Antti Niemi, Brent Seabrrok, Patrick Sharp, Brent Sopel, Kris Versteeg.
Staff: W. Rockwell Wirtz (Chairman), John McDonough (President), Jay Blunk (Senior VP, Business Operations), Stan Bowman (General Manager), Kevin Cheveldayoff (Assistant General Manager), Al Madsaac (Senior Director, Hockey Administration/Assitant to the President), Scotty Bowman, Dale Tallon (Senior Advisors, Hockey Operations), Joel Quenneville (Head Coach), John Torchetti, Mike Haviland (Assistant Coaches), Stephane Waite (Goaltending Coach), Paul Goodman (Strength and Conditioning Coach), Brad Aldrich (Video Coach), Paul Vincent (Skating Coach), Marc Bergenin (Director, Player Personnel), Mark Bernard (G.M. Minor League Affliations), Norm Maciver (Director, Player Development), Mark Kelley (Director, Amateur Scouting), Ron Anderson (Director, Player Recruitment), Michel Dumas (Chief Amateur Scout), Tony Ommen (Direcot Team Services), Dr. Michael Terry (Head Team Physician), Mike Gapski (Head Athletic Trainer), Troy Parchment (Equipment Manager), Pawel Ptylinski (Message Therapist), Jeff Thomas (Assistant Athletic Trainer), Clint Reif (Assistant Equipment Manager), Jim Heintzelman (Equipment Assistant).
Scores: May 29, at Chicago - Chicago 6, Philadelphia 5;
May 31, at Chicago - Chicago 2 - Philadelphia 1;
June 2, at Philadelphia - Philadelphia 4, Chicago 3;
June 4, at Philadelphia - Philadelphia 5, Chicago 3;
June 6, at Chicago - Chicago 7, Philadelphia 4;
June 9, at Philadelphia - Philadelphia 3, Chicago 5.
 
2008-09 Pittsburgh Penguins win series 4-3
Players: Sidney Crosby (Captain), Craig Adams, Philippe Boucher, Matt Cooke, Pascal Dupuis, Mark Eaton, Ruslan Fedotenko, Marc-Andre Fleury, Mathieu Garon, Hall Gill, Eric Godard, Alex Goligoski, Sergei GOnchar, Bill Guerin, Tyler Kennedy, Chris Kunitz, Kris Letang, Evgeni Malkin, Brooks Orpik, Miroslav Satan, Rob Scuderi, Jordan Staal, Petr Sykora, Maxime Talbot, Mike Zogomanis.
Staff: Mario Lemieux (Co-owner/Chairman), Ron Burkle (Co-owner), Bill Kassling, Tom Grealish, Tony Liberati (Directors), Ken Sawyer (Chief Executive Officer), David Morehouse (President), Ray Shero (Executive Vice President and General Manager), Chuck Fletcher (Assistant General Manager), Ed Johnson (Senior Advisor, Hockey Operations), Jason Botherill (Director of Hockey Administration), Dan Bylsma (Head Coach), Mike Yeo (Assitant Coach), Tom Fitzgerald (Director of Player Development), Gilles Meloche (Goaltending Coach), Mike Kadar (Strength and Conditioning Coach), Travis Ramsay (Video Coordinator), Chris Stewart (Head Athletic Trainer), Scott Adams (Assistant Athletic Trainer), Mark Mortland (Physical Therapist), Dana Heinze (Equipment Manager), Paul DeFazio, Danny Knoll (Assistant Equipment Managers), Frank Buonomo (Senior Director of Team Services and Communications), Tom McMillan (Vice President, Communications), Dan MacKinnon (Director of Professional Scouting), Jay Heinbuck (Director of Amateur Scouting).
Scores: May 30, at Detroit - Detroit 3, Pittsburgh 1;
May 31, at Detroit - Detroit 3, Pittsburgh 1;
June 2, at Pittsburgh - Pittsburgh 4, Detroit 2;
June 4, at Pittsburgh - Pittsburgh 4, Detroit 2;
June 6, at Detroit - Detroit 5, Pittsburgh 0;
June 9, at Pittsburgh - Pittsburgh 2, Detroit 1;
June 12, at Detroit - Pittsburgh 2, Detroit 1.
 
2007-08 Detroit Red Wings wins 4-2
Players: Nicklas Lidstrom (Captain), Chris Chelios, Daniel Clearly, Pavel Datsyuk, Aaron Downey, Dallas Drake, Kris Draper, Valttero Filppula, Johan Franzen, Dominik Hasek, Darren Helm, Tomas Holmstrom, Jiri Hudler, Tomas Kopecky, Niklas Kronwall, Brett Lebda, Andreas Lilja, Kirk Maltby, Darren McCarty, Derek Meech, Chris Osgood, Brian Rafalski, Mikeal Samuelsson, Brad Stuart, Henrik Zetterberg.
Staff: Michael Ilitch (Owner/Governor), Marian Ilitch (Owner/Secretary-Treasurer), Christopher Ilitch (Vice President/Alternate Governor), Denise Ilitch, Ronald Ilitch, Machael Ilitch Jr., Lisa Ilitch Murray, Atanas Ilitch, Carole Ilitch, Jim Devellano (Senior Vice President/Alternate Governor), Ken Holland (General Manager/Alternate Governor), Steve Yzerman (Vice President/Alternate Governor), Jim Nill (Assistant General Manager), Ryan Martin (Director, Hockey Operations), Scotty Bowman (Consultant), Mike Babcock (Head Coach), Todd McLellan (Associate Coach), Paul MacLean (Assistant Coach), Jim Bedard (Goaltending Consultant), Jay Woodcroft (Video Coordinator), Mark Howe (Director, Pro Scouting), Joe McDonnell (Director Amateur Scouting), Hakan Andersson (Director, Amateur Scouting Europe), Piet Van Zant (Athletic Trainer), Paul Boyer (Equipment Manager), Russ Baumann, Christopher Scoppetto (Assistant Athletic Trainer).
Scores: May 24, at Detroit - Detroit 4, Pittsburgh 0;
May 26, at Detroit - Detroit 3, Pittsburgh 0;
May 28, at Pittsburgh - Pittsburgh 3, Detroit 2;
May 31, at Pittsburgh - Detroit 2, Pittsburgh 1;
June 2, at Detroit - Pittsburgh 4, Detroit 3;
June 4, at Pittsburgh - Detroit 3, Pittsburgh 2.
 
2006-07 Anaheim Ducks wins 4-1
Players: Scott Miedermayer (Captain), Rob Niedermayer, Chris Pronger, Teemu Selanne, Sean O'Donnell, Brad May, Todd Marcharnt, Jean-Sebastien Giguere, Andy McDonald, Samuel Pahlsson, Shawn Thornton, Ric Jackman, Joe DiPenta, Kent Huskins, Chris Kunitz, George Parros, Joe Motzko, Ilya Bryzgalov, Francois Beauchemin, Travis Moen, Ryan Carterm, Drew Miller, Ryan Shannon, Dustin Penner, Ryan Getzlaf, Corey Perry.
Staff: Henry Samueli, Susan Samueli (Owners), Michael Schulman (CEO), Brian Burke (Executive Vice President/General Manager), Tim Ryan (Executive Vice President/COO), Bob Wagner (Senior Vice President/Chief Marketing Officer), Bob Murray (Senior Vice President-Hockey Operations), David McNab (Assistant General Manager), Al Coates (Senior Advisor to GM), Randy Carlyle (Head Coach), Dave Farrish, Newell Brown, (Assistant Coaches), Francois Allaire (Goaltending Consultant), Sean Skahan (Strength and Conditioning Coach), Joe Trotta (Video Coordinator), Tim Clark (Head Trainer), Mark O'Neill (Equipment Manager), John Allaway (Assistant Equipment Manager), James Partida (Message Therapist), Rick Paterson (Director of Professional Scouting), Alain Chainey (Director of Amateur Scouting).
Scores: May 28, at Anaheim - Anaheim 3, Ottawa 2;
May 30, at Anaheim - Anaheim 1, Ottawa 0;
June 2, at Ottawa - Ottawa 5 - Anaheim 3;
June 4, at Ottawa - Anaheim 3, Ottawa 2;
June 6, at Anaheim - Anaheim 6, Ottawa 2.
 
2005-06 Carolina Hurricanes wins 4-3
Players: Rod Brind'Amour (Captain), Craig Adams, Kevyn Adams, Anton Babchuk, Erik Cole, Mike Commmodore, Matt Cullen, Martin Gerber, Bret Hedican, Andrew Hutchinson, Frantisek Kaberle, Chad LaRose, Andrew Ladd, Mark Recchi, Eric Staal, Cory Stillman, Oleg Tverdovsky, Josef Vasicek, Niclas Wallin, Aaron Ward, Cam Ward, Doug Weight, Glen Wesley, Ray Whitney, Justin Williams.
Staff: Peter Karmanos Jr. (Owner), Thomas Thewes (Owner), Jim Rutherford (President and General Manager), Jason Karmanos (Vice President and Assistant General Manager), Mike Amendola (Chief Finanical Officer), Peter Laviolette (Head Coach), Kevin McCathy, Jeff Daniels (Assistant Coaches), Greg Stefan (Goaltending Coach), Chris Huffine (Video Coordinator), Skip Cunningham, Willy Tatomir, Bob Gorman (Equipment Managers), Peter Friesen (Head Athletic Therapist and Strength and Conditioning Coach), Chris Stewart (Associate Athletic Trainer), Brian Tatum (Team Services Manager), Kelly Kirwin (Event Coordinator for Hockey Operations), Marshall Johnston (Director of Professional Scouting), Claude Larose, Ron Smith (Professional Scouts), Sheldon Ferguson (Director of Amateur Scouting), Tony MacDonald, Albert Marshall, Albert Marshall, Martin Madden (Amateur Scouts), Tom Rowe (Head Coach, Lowell Lock Monsters), Mike Sundheim (Director of Media Relations), Kyle Hanlin (Manager of Media Relations).
Scores: June 5, at Carolina - Carolina 5, Edmonton 4;
June 7, at Carolina - Carolina 5 - Edmonton 0;
June 10, at Edmonton - Edmonton 2 - Carolina 1;
June 12, at Edmonton - Carolina 2 - Edmonton 1;
June 14, at Carolina - Edmonton 4 - Carolina 3;
June 17, at Edmonton - Edmonton 4 - Carolina 0;
June 19, at Carolina - Carolina 3 - Edmonton 1.
 
2003-04 Tampa Bay Lightning wins 4-3
Players: Dace Andreychuk (Captain), Dimitry Afanasenkov, Dan Boyle, Martin Cibak, Ben Clymer, Jassen Cullimore, Chris Dingman, Ruslan Fedotenko, John Graham, Nikolai Khabibulin, Pavel Kubina, Vincent Lacavalier, Brad Lukowich, Fredrik Modin, Stan Neckar, Eric Perrin, Nolan Pratt, Brad Richards, Andre Roy, Darren Rumble, Martin St. Louis, Cory Sarich, Cory Stillman, Darryl Sydor, Tim Taylor.
Staff: Bill Davidson (Owner) Tom Wilson (Governor), Ron Campbell (President), Jay Feaster (General Manager), Bill Barber (Director of Player Personnel), John Tortorella (Head Coach), Craig Ramsay (Assistant Coach), Jeff Reese (Assistant Coach), Eric Lawson (Strength and Conditioning Coach), Nigel Kirwan (Video Coach), Jake Goertzen (Head Scout), Rick Paterson (Chief Professional Scout), Rick Paterson (Chief Professional Scout), Mikael Andersson, Stephen Baker, Larry Bernard, Dirk Graham, Dave Heitz, Karri Kettunen, Yuri Yanchenkov, Darrell Young, Glen Zacharias (Scouts), Phil Thibodeau (Director of Team Services), Thomas Mulligan (Trainer), Adam Rambo (Assistant Trainer), Mike Griebel (Massage Therapist), Ray Thill (Equipment Manager), Dana Heinze, Jim Pickard (Assistant Equipment Managers).
Scores: May 25, at Tampa Bay - Calgary 4, Tampa Bay 1;
May 27, at Tampa Bay - Tampa Bay 4, Calgary 1;
May 29, at Calgary - Calgary 3, Tampa Bay 0;
May 31, at Calgary - Tampa Bay 1, Calgary 0;
June 3, at Tampa Bay - Calgary 3, Tampa Bay 2;
June 5, at Calgary - Tampa Bay 3, Calgary 2;
June 7, at Tampa Bay - Tampa Bay 2, Calgary 1.
 
2002-03 New Jersey Devils wins 4-3
Players: Scott Stevens (Captain), Tommy Albelin, Jiri Bicek, Martin Brodeur, Sergei Brylin, Ken Daneyko, Patrik Elias, Jeff Friesen, Brian Gionta, Scott Gomez, Jamie Langenbrunner, John Madden, Grant Marshall, Jim McKenzie, Scott Niedermayer, Joe Nieuwendyk, Jay Pandolfo, Brian Rafalski, Pascal Rheaume, Mike Rupp, Cory Schwab, Richard Smahlik, Turner Stevenson, Oleg Tverdovsky, Colin White.
Staff: Lou Lamoriello (CEO/President/General Manager), Pat Burns (Head Coach), Bob Carpenter (Assistant Coach), John MacLean (Assistant Coach), Jacques Caron (Goaltending Coach), Larry Robinson (Special Assignment Coach), David Conte (Director Coaching), Claude Carrier (Assistant Director, Scouting), Chris Lamoriello (Scout/Albany GM), Milt Fisher (Scout), Dan Labraaten (Scout), MArcel Pronovost (Scout), Bob Hoffmeyer (Pro Scout), Jan Ludwig (Pro Scout), Dr. Barry Fisher (Orthopedist), Vladimir Bure (Fitness Consultant), Taran Singleton (Hockey Operations), Bill Murray (Medical Trainer), Michael Vasalani (Strength/Conditioning Coordinator), Rich Matthews (Equipment Manager), Juergen Merz (Message Therapist), Alex Abasto (Assistant Equipment Manager).
Scores: May 27 at New Jersey - New Jersey 3, Anaheim 0,
May 29, at New Jersey- New Jersey 3, Anaheim 0,
May 31, at Anaheim - Anaheim 3, New Jersey 2,
June 2, at Anaheim - Anaheim 1, New Jersey 0,
June 5, at New Jersey - New Jersey 6, Anaheim 3,
June 7, at Anaheim - Anaheim 5, New Jersey 2,
June 9, at New Jersey - New Jersey 3, Anaheim 0.
 
2001-02 Detroit Red Wings wins 4-1
Players: Steve Yzerman (Captain), Chris Chelios, Mathieu Dandenault, Pavel Datsyuk, Boyd Devereaux, Kris Draper, Steve Duchesne, Sergei Fedorov, Jiri Fischer, Dominik Hasek, Tomas Holmstrom, Brett Hull, Igor Larionov, Manny Lagace, Nicklas Lidstrom, Kirk Maltby, Darren McCarty, Fredrik Olausson, Luc Robitaille, Bredan Shanahan, Jiri Slegr, Jason Williams.
Staff: Michael Ilitch (Owner/Governor), Marian Ilitch (Owner/Secretary Treasurer), Ronald Ilitch, Michael Ilitch Jr., Lisa Ilitch Murray, Atanas Ilitch, Carole Ilitch Trepeck, Jim Devallano (Senior Vice President), Christopher Ilitch (Vice President), Denise Ilitch (Alternate Governor), Ken Holland (General Manager), Jim Nill (Assistant General Manager), Scotty Bowman (Head Coach), Dave Lewis (Associate Coach), Barry Smith (Associate Coach), Jim Berard (Goaltending Consultant), Jow Kocur (Video Coordinator), John Wharton (Athletic Trainer), Paul Boyer (Equipement Manager), Piet Van Zant (Assistant Athletic Trainer), Tim Abbott (Assistant Equipment Manager), Sergei Tchekmarev (Messeur), Dan Belisle (Pro Scout), Mark Howe (Pro Scout), Bob McCammon (Pro Scout), Hakan Andersson (Director of European Scouting), Mark Leach (Scout), Bruce Haralson (Scout), Joe McDonnell (Scout), Glenn Merkosky (Scout).
Scores: June 4, at Detroit - Carolina 3, Detroit 2,
June 6, at Detroit - Detroit 3, Carolina 1,
June 8, at Carolina - Detroit 3, Carolina 2,
June 10, at Carolina - Detroit 3, Carolina 0,
June 13, at Detroit - Detroit 3, Carolina 1.